Online Degree and Certificate

You can earn an Associate of Science Degree or a Certificate of Achievement in Web Design to prepare for careers in

  • Web Site Design,
  • Web Site Development,
  • Content Management System Development,
  • Content Management Theme Design,
  • Web Database Development,
  • Mobile Web Development,
  • eCommerce Development, or
  • Search Engine Optimization Consulting.

This web design training can be completed entirely online.

Program Philosophy

Our team of knowledgeable and talented faculty will provide you with a foundation in writing valid XHTML markup, separating content from presentation with CSS, designing information architecture, applying principles of accessibility and usability, technical writing, and web project management. We emphasize design concepts, such as color theory, gestalt principles, typography, and page layout. You will also have frequent opportunities to work on group projects, acquiring essential collaborative, communication, and self-regulation skills.

We teach popular software applications (e.g. Adobe CS6) and scripting languages, however, you will become aware that tools change frequently in the industry. We will help you to become a successful lifelong learner so that after you graduate, you can easily stay current in this rapidly changing field.

Program News  

Spring 2014 Semester

Spring 2014 classes begin Tuesday, January 21, 2014 (the 20th is a holiday). We are offering the following courses:

  • DMA C102 Digital Imaging
    (CRN 32061)
  • DMA C111 Fundamentals of Web Development
    (CRN 32062)
  • DMA C113 Accessibility and Usability
    (CRN 32063)
  • DMA C117 Web Design with Dreamweaver
    (CRN 32064)
  • DMA C211 Web Scripting with JavaScript
    (CRN 32065)
  • DMA C280 Web Production Management
    (CRN 32066)

DMA C117 - This is a design-intensive course, and students should have strong skills in HTML/CSS markup and in digital imaging with Photohsop

DMA C280 - This is the capstone course in the program and should be taken in your last semester. At a minimum students should have previously completed DMA C102, DMA C111, DMA C113, and DMA C117.

If you have obtained essential skills through work experience or from another college, you can have prerequisites waived. Please contact Suzie Ama ( if you feel you meet this requirement and wish to enroll in the advanced courses.

See the How to Register page for instructions on registering for classes. Hope you can join us this Spring!

Plan Ahead

Please see the Classes page to see the long term schedule for Digital Media Arts courses. The online schedule is displayed by default. If you click a campus site name in the accordion table, the long term schedule for that campus displays.

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