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Web Programming

Since April 2017 the minor is managed by the Department of Computer and Information Sciences.

Dr. Reneta Barneva, Coordinator until Spring 2017
Chair, Applied Professional Studies
E336 Thompson Hall

Web development is needed virtually for every profession: educators, writers, businessmen, musicians, scientists, etc. Many employers require such skills explicitly.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), positions for web development specialists are projected to increase almost 27% by 2024. This rapid growth reflects the growing popularity of e-commerce and the increasing accessibility of the internet. Workers in the field earn an average annual salary of $64,000. For more details about job opportunities see here.

The minor is organized in the framework of Web 2.0 technology allowing the users to interact and collaborate with each other. Examples of Web 2.0 include social networking sites, blogs, wikis, video sharing sites, web applications, and others.

Advisory Board: Dr. Gurmukh Singh and Profs. Michael Mendez, Stephen Raghunath, Michael Szocki.

Major/Minor Requirements for Interdisciplinary Studies Degree Programs

Program Requirements for Web Programming Minor

Assessment Report 2011-12

Assessment Report 2012-13

Assessment Report 2013-14

Assessment Report 2014-15

Assessment Report 2015-16

Assessment Report 2016-17

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