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Mission

The mission of this program is to provide students with the technical and creative skills necessary for success in the front-end web development workplace.

Description

This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers such as an Assistant Web Designer, a Web Designer, and Senior Web Designer.

Occupational Completion Points (OCPs)

This program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of four Occupational Completion Points. OCPs provide a student with early completion training options linked to employment opportunities established by the Florida Department of Education based on the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system and accepted industry titles.

Academic Skill Level Required to Complete the Program

Grade 9 math, language and reading.

Y700100 OCP Postsecondary Program of Study 1050 Hrs
OTA0040 A* Information Technology Assistant 150
CTS0070 B Web Design Foundations 150
CTS0071 Web Interface Design 150
CTS0049 C Web Scripting 150
CTS0015 Web Media Integration 150
CTS0016 D Web E-commerce 150
CTS0017 Web Interactivity 150
* The course in OCP A is the CORE program. If the student has credit for this course in high school or can demonstrate the attained skills, the student will start with OCP B, Web Design Foundations.
Dual Enrollment available for high school students.

Program Overview

Program Overview

Industry Certification/Licensure

While completing the program, students may take these exams:

  • Adobe Certified Associate (Dreamweaver), Adobe Systems
  • Adobe Certified Associate (Photoshop), Adobe Systems
  • Adobe Certified Associate (InDesign), Adobe Systems
  • Adobe Certified Associate (Illustrator), Adobe Systems
  • Certified Internet Web (CIW) Advanced HTML5 and CSS3 Specialist, Certification Partners

Articulation

Upon successful completion of this program, students enrolling in an AS degree program are eligible to be awarded articulated credits at:

  • Valencia College:
    • Computer Information Technology AS degree – 3 - 9 credits
    • Computer Programming and Analysis AS degree – 3 - 9 credits
    • Digital Media Technology AS degree – Up to 5 credits

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