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Content Development Certificate


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Department of Computer Science, College of Science and Engineering

22-27 credits

Introduction

The most important component of a web page is its content, and if the technology behind a web page does not help delivering relevant content, the reader will leave the page. Through the Web Content Development curriculum, students will learn how to create relevant information and present it effectively to the Web page readers.

Why Consider a Certificate in Content Development?

The Web Content Development Certification is a good choice for students with a major that naturally lends itself to content creation such as Communications, Design, English, Journalism or Marketing. In addition to four Internet Studies Center (ISC) core courses, content developers must take two or three other courses depending upon their academic major.

 Contact Information

Program Coordinator
Mary Hall
Communications Facility 459
360-650-2300
Mary.Hall@wwu.edu

Program Director
Martin Granier
Communications Facility 487
360-650-6879
Martin.Granier@wwu.edu

 Sample Careers

Art director | Content strategist | Content writers | CSS developer | Design director | Freelance web designer | Front end developer | Information architect | Interaction designer | SEO professionals | UI designer | UX designer | Web animation creator | Web designer | and a number of other jobs related to providing content on web pages

 Major/Career Resources

http://www.wwu.edu/careers/students_choosingamajor.shtml

How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):

After completion of CSCI 202 and MIS 314, students can apply to earn ISC certificates. Applications are available through the Computer Science department.

Grade Requirements

A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major or minor courses, and supporting courses for majors and minors.

Program Requirements


Students interested in receiving a Content Development Certificate must take the following four core courses plus a minimum of eight credits of content-oriented courses depending on their academic major, as shown below:

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