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Web Programming

  • ​FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE for working or commuting students by use of 
  • VARIED CLASS FORMATS include classroom, distance learning and online options;
  • HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE using Cisco Networking Equipment
  • COMPREHENSIVE STUDENT SERVICES providing students with help from enrollment to job placement through Rural Information Technology Alliance
  • MOST COURSES RECORDED for convenient viewing online
Web Programming offers an exciting and challenging career for those who enjoy creativity and problem solving. This degree is designed for individuals who wish to be involved in the design and implementation of websites. Students will learn how the Internet works and how people use the Internet, which is important in the conception of web page design. Navigation, functionality, file size, design concepts and network management are stressed.
The Web Programming coursework prepares the student to develop business applications for the Internet, using leading-edge technologies. The student will master HTTP protocol, Java, Flash, Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop, networking concepts and learn how these technologies are ​implemented across different platforms.​​
The Internet’s ever-changing environment will continue to increase in popularity as business grows increasingly dependent on web technology. People find employment with Internet service provider companies, private companies, public agencies who design and manage their own websites, and printing companies that offer web services. Positions may be available in the areas of site design, site production, site maintenance and network administration.

Text, call or email Nate Erickson to set up a time to meet with an Education & Employment Advisor, tour the IT and Multimedia Design classrooms, or to attend an IT Info Session.  

You can also request information here.

Email: nathan.erickson@ridge​water.edu
Text/call: (320) 429-0472​​

Students who enroll in the Computer Support Technology Program and Multimedia Design programs are required to purchase a laptop computer with the following specifications.  

Windows

  • Intel® Core i5 as a minimum. Core i7 suggested.  Intel ONLY, No AMD.
  • BIOS must support virtualization
  • Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1*
  • 8GB of RAM minimum
  • 500GB free hard disk space 

Mac OS

  • Intel® Core i5 as a minimum. Core i7 suggested.
  • Mac OS X v10.8, or v10.9
  • 8GB of RAM minimum
  • 500GB free hard disk space 

Required accessories

  • Headset with microphone
  • 6’ Ethernet cable

Under no circumstances can there be less than 8GB of RAM.

BIOS must support virtualization. Most do today, but the student must verify. Intel processor required for Android HAXM virtualization. AMD will NOT work.

Students are free to buy any laptop that meets the above requirements.

The college does offer students the ability to purchase HP laptops at educational pricing through BusinessWare at this link.  Apple computers can be ordered through the Apple Educational store as a current students (Link).

BusinessWare

  • If students are looking for a different configuration, please contact Dan Kellerman or Direct Dial (320) 455.9356.   Contact him for tracking information as well.
  • Students can change the quantity to 0 if they do not want the warranty uplift. Students can click on ‘update cart’ at the top of the page or just click the ‘place order’ button once they have changed the quantity.
  • Once students click on the ‘place order’ button, they will need to click on ‘click here to make a payment’ in order to pay with credit card.​ 

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2016-2017 

Web Programming A.A.S. Degree
Hutchinson
60 Credits

Web Programming Diploma
Hutchinson
50 Credits

2015-2016

Web Programming A.A.S. Degree
Hutchinson
60 Credits

Web Programming Diploma
Hutchinson
50 Credits