Web Application Development

Web Application Development

The Web Development Major at USF focuses on implementation of automated business systems on the Internet.  Emphasis is on server application design and development, site planning and page creation, tools and technologies used to provide automation to web servers, and hosting options.  You will develop skill with both Macintosh and Windows platforms in this major and will work with faculty from the Computer Science, Visual Arts, and Communication and Media Arts departments at the university.

 

Major Program (61 semester hours)

COMP 135       Introduction to Information Technology
COMP 200       Microcomputer Systems
COMP 201       Introduction to DBMS
COMP 205       Information Systems: Analysis & Design
COMP 207       Network Fundamentals
COMP 241       Web Programming Languages
COMP 253       Java
COMP 312       Server Installation and Configuration
COMP 430       EBusiness
COMP 480       Senior Project
MATH    170     Applied Calculus
ARTD    101      2-D Design Principles
CMMA 122       Digital Photography
CMMA 222       Digital Photography Editing
CMMA 251       Multimedia Arts I
CMMA 318       Web Page Design
CMMA 325       2D Animation
CMMA 335       Web Publishing & Platforms
Upper Division Computer Science/ CMMA Electives (300-400 level) 6 hours

One course must be taken in either Computer Science or Communication Media Arts to satisfy the writing intensive requirement for a major.