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Web Design and Development Minor

Ronald P. Vullo, Minor Adviser
(585) 475-7281, rpvvks@rit.edu

The minor in Web design and development is for non-computing majors and students outside the computing field who wish to learn more than just the basics of Web usage. The minor features courses in Web images, video, communication, development, and integration technologies. Students learn how to design and build websites, and create and manipulate digital images and video for the Web. Students develop a broad range of skills and the understanding necessary to design and build a Web presence.

Course
Required Courses
ISTE-105 Web Foundations
ISTE-205 Digital Image Creation
ISTE-206 Digital Video Creation
ISTE-305 Rapid Online Presence
ISTE-405 Web Integration and Application

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The minor in Web design and development is designed for non-computing majors and students outside the computing field who wish to learn more than just the basics of Web usage. The minor features courses in Web media and communication technologies. Students will learn how to design and build Web pages and create and manipulate digital images and video for Web use.

Prerequisites: None

Required Courses:
4002-206 Web Foundations
4002-306 Digital Image Creation
4080-310 Digital Video for the Web
4002-406 Rapid Online Presence
4002-535 Network-Based Multimedia