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Web Design and Development

Overview
In our Web Design and Development program, you can enhance your problem solving-skills and discover your geek potential. Two options are available:
1) On-campus - available to all students
2) Online - available to adults only
On-campus students attend morning, afternoon, or both. Online students work online, on their own schedule to meet weekly deadlines. For more information regarding the online option, visit the class website at WebClassHelp.com
Regardless of the option selected, in this program you will learn by doing. Each course has projects that have been validated by industry professionals. Learn essential skills in coding HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP/MySQL, as well as how to build sites in a Content Management System, and how to ensure that your sites are mobile friendly.
In addition to learning web design and development skills, you will get a head start on branding yourself as a web professional. You can also be a part of Pixlfest, a student conference where you have the opportunity to learn and network with successful industry experts currently working in the field.
Join our team of budding web professionals ...What do you want to code today?
Majors
Web Specialist720 hours
Web Designer960 hours
Web Developer1,080 hours
Who Can Attend
High school juniors, High school seniors, Adults
Employment Opportunities
Advertising Agencies, Corporations with an Intranet, Developer/designer positions, Freelance web design, Web development companies, Website design studios
Occupational Characteristics
In the web design profession, no two days are the same! Flexibility, creativity , and problem solving skills are essential for a web professional to adapt in the fast-paced world of web design. Web designers and developers often have to communicate with various departments and clients throughout the organization so communication and teamwork skills are also very important. Collaboration may occur in person or via instant messaging and e-mail.
Commitment to lifelong learning is essential. The web industry changes quickly and web professionals must be able to adapt and continuously seek to improve their skills and the quality of their work. However, this field offers one of the most flexible work environments in today's job market. An individual in this field can work as a freelancer, in a small office, or in a corporate environment.
Many web professionals have the freedom to work independently from the local coffee shop as they work on a wide variety of projects. They can also work from home or the company office. Many companies even offer perks for individuals in this industry such as a relaxed dress code, flex-time, break rooms stocked with munchies and foosball tables, continuing education, and paid volunteer time.
For Success in this Career You Should Have
Aptitude for problem solving, Analytical thinking skills, Ability to focus on details, Strong organizational skills, High degree of initiative and motivation with the ability to take on and manage projects from start to finish.
Location(s) and Times
Rockwell Campus, Information Technology Building
8:00 am - 10:55 am and 12:30 pm - 3:25 pm
High school students and part-time adults enroll in either the AM or PM session. Full-time adults attend both.
 
For more information on the Online Program visit the class site at http://www.webclasshelp.com
 
 

Contact Info

Main Number
405.717.7799
7:30am - 8:30pm

Enrollment
405.717.4900

Attendance Numbers
Portland - 405.717.4304
Reno - 405.717.4646
Rockwell - 405.717.4206

Maps and Directions

 
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12777 N. Rockwell Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73142 • Phone 405.717.7799