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2017-2018 COLLEGE CATALOG

Information Technology-Mobile and Web Applications Development Specialization AAS


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Information Technology (with a specialization in Mobile and Web Applications Development)

Purpose: The Mobile and Web Applications Development specialization gives students the right mix of creative and technical skills for today’s digital design and mobile industry. The mobile industry is a high-growth industry as most companies are augmenting their business strategy with mobile apps.

Occupational Objectives: Mobile App Designer • Web App Designer • Web Designer • Mobile App Developer • Web App Developer

Admission Requirements: Students who plan to transfer to a four-year university after completing the specialization degree requirements should inform their faculty advisors at the beginning of studies to determine the appropriate courses that meet transfer requirements.

Program Requirements: Students will learn the foundations of digital design and are trained in a variety of application software such as Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Flash. Classroom instruction includes Adobe Associate Certification in the three Adobe products. Students will learn the foundations of creating web apps and mobile apps using technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, PhoneGap, Dreamweaver, Server Side Scripting, Responsive Web Design, and Mobile App Technologies. Students are trained in a variety of software, programming languages, and operating systems such as Visual Basic. NET, Visual C++ .NET, Java, iOS, and Windows.

Students who plan to transfer after completing the degree should consult their IT Faculty Advisor at the beginning of studies to determine appropriate transfer course requirements.

For more information on this and other Information Technology or Computer Science programs, visit the department’s website.

Four-Semester (Two Year) Program


Total: 16


Total: 15 or 16


Total: 17


Total: 17 or 18


Total Minimum Credits: 65 or 67


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