IT Web Software Development

Associates of Applied Science

About the IT Web Software Developer Program

Gain a solid foundation in software application design and programming. You'll learn how to design and write programs using various programming languages as well as basic computer hardware and networking principles.

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Program Outline

Course # Course Title Credits
1010210600 Orientation 1.00
1015212000 Introduction to Programming 3.00
10152120C01 Develop a basic Visual Basic Program 1.50
10152120C02 Develop a basic JAVA Program 1.50


1015211500 Database Fundamentals 3.00
10152115C01 Demonstrate the ability to design and implement efficient relational database structures 1.00
10152115C02 Apply security features to database 0.50
10152115C03 Create commonly used documents as they relate to relational databases 1.00
10152115C04 Develop databases requirements for an information system 0.25
10152115C05 Demonstrate administrator's role and responsibilities in a database 0.25


1015417700 Web Programming Fundamentals 3.00
10154177C01 Develop basic static web page 0.75
10154177C02 Link web pages together to create a website 0.75
10154177C03 Implement styles on a web page using CSS 0.75
10154177C04 Create a Capstone Website 0.75


1010712700 IT Careers 1.00
10107127C01 Explore IT career readiness 1.00


1010311500 MS Word Beginning 1.00
10103107C01 Create a flyer, research paper, and business letter using a word processing software. 1.00
10103126 00 MS Excel Beginning 1.00
10103107C02 Create worksheets with an embedded chart, formulas, and If statements 1.00
1010314900 MS Visio 1.00
10103149C01 Create profession ready business diagrams and flow charts 1.00
1015416500 Project Management 3.00
10154165C01 Summarize the concepts, tools and techniques of project management 3.00


1015011400 Networking 1 3.00
10150130C01 Summarize and configure Routers and Routing protocols 0.50
10150130C02 Configure switches to include access methods and VLANS 0.50
10150130C03 Configure Access Control Lists 0.50
10150130C04 Configure Routers to perform DHCP and Network Address translation 0.75
10150130C05 Manage and Maintain Devices on the network 0.25


1015414000 PC Maintenance and Troubleshooting 3.00
10154140C01 Assemble and maintain computer hardware 1.00
10154140C02 Install, configure, and manage a windows operating system 0.50
10154140C03 Implement basic networking concepts on a computer system 0.50
10154140C04 Explore mobile devices and mobile operating systems 0.25
10154140C05 Manage printers and peripheral devices 0.25
10154140C06 Examine and maintain basic security on a computer system 0.25
10154140C07 Introduce troubleshooting and professionalism 0.25


1015214000 Emerging Software Technologies 3.00
10152120C01 Develop a basic Visual Basic Program 1.50
10152120C02 Develop a basic JAVA Program 1.50


1089010300 Professional Career Management 1.00
10890103C01 Develop an individualized, results-oriented job search strategy. 1.00


1080119500 Written Communication 3.00
10801195C01 Apply conventional elements of formal writing 1.00
10801195C02 Craft effective persuasive formal writing 1.00
10801195C03 Synthesize out sources with formal writing 1.00


1080412300 Math with Business Applications 3.00
10804123C01 Compute basic mathematic operations needed in business 1.00
10804123C02 Apply mathematics related to finance 1.00
10804123C03 Apply mathematics in business decision process 1.00
1080119600 Oral Interpersonal Communication 3.00
10801196C01 Demonstrate effective oral communication 0.50
10801196C02 Demonstrate effective oral interpersonal skills 2.50
1080119700 Technical Reporting 3.00
10801197C01 Demonstrate effective technical writing skills for an IT business setting 1.50
10801197C02 Present informal and formal reports 1.50


1080919500 Economics 3.00
10809195C01 Identify and understand foundational economic theory and principles using current dynamic industry scenarios 1.00
10809195C02 Assess and critique macro-economic indicators as related to industry sectors 1.00
10809195C03 Connect and critique current and future economic policy implications at national and global levels as related to the IT industry 1.00
1080919900 Psychology of Human Relations 3.00
10809199C01 Stress in everyday life self-analysis 0.50
10809199C02 Relationship making or break review 0.50
10809199C03 Successful groups identification 1.00
10809199C04 Individual professional profile 1.00
1015214600 Programming 2 3.00
1015216000 Programming 3 3.00
1015212500 Database Design and Implementation 4.00
1015218300 Interactive Web Programming 3.00
1015215500 E-Portfolio 3.00

At A Glance

How You'll Learn


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Multiple Start Dates

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Personalized Pace

2020 Start Dates

January 8 May 8 September 2
February 3 June 1 October 5
March 2 July 6 November 2

2021 Start Dates

January 6 March 1 June 7
February 1 May 7 July 5

What is Competency-Based Education?

Competency-Based Education (CBE) is learning at your own pace by mastering competencies through demonstration. Once all competencies for a program have been assessed and mastered, students will earn a certificate, diploma, or degree.

Approximate Cost


Financial Aid Eligible

*Based on 10-level courses - materials, books, and fees may be additional

What You'll Learn

  • Design and implement efficient relational database structures, such as 3NF.
  • Understand the various career opportunities in the Information Technology field, along with the social and ethical responsibilities required of those positions.
  • Prepare commonly used documents and procedures extracting information from Information Technology case studies.
  • Write computer programs to access database records.
  • Write interactive computer programs, web-based programs, software documentation, and system design specifications.
  • Understanding of the fundamentals of computer networking and the various technologies of local and wide area computer networks through lab assignments and projects.
  • Develop the requirements of information systems and databases. 

Your Potential Careers

  • Web Programmer
  • Web Analyst
  • Web Developer
  • Web Designer

Median Annual Salary

$40,518 $44,512 $57,096
Local State National

EMSI 2018.3

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