The JJC Web Design program provides students with technical aspects of Web page creation, programming, and management involved in creating websites. Students learn state-of-the-art programming languages to create interactive websites with dynamic content. Students high-end Web content and design programming skills will make them more competitive in the Web design market. The immense growth of the World Wide Web has created a need and opportunity for web design majors. Students at JJC will have ample opportunity to explore hands on, the latest technological advances in hardware and software in our multimedia labs. Students from other majors can also take courses in this area to become freelance web site creators.
Group III: Humanities and Fine Arts - No specific minimum credit hours required. This category is optional for AAS degrees. Students are encouraged to select a Humanities or Fine Arts course as part of their General Education coursework.