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Web Design (Undergraduate Certificate)

This certificate prepares students to create and maintain Web sites. Students study relevant computer programming and software applications.

Admission Requirements: Applicants must meet Universitywide requirements for undergraduate certificate admission.

Certificate Requirements
20 credits
 
  • GD 101 Software Lab I: Photoshop*
  • GD 104 Software Lab IV: WordPress*
  • GD 308 Web Design
  • GD 404 Performance Media Lab
  • IT 125 Web Development
  • IT 225 Advanced Web Design
  • IT 310 Database Technology
  • 3 more credits in Information Technology or Graphic Design courses
 
*Students can place out of these courses and substitute other IT and GD courses. The following courses are also relevant to Web Design and can be used as electives: GD 102 Software Lab II: Illustrator, GD 202 Illustration I, GD 203 Digital Imaging, GD 205 Video Production I, GD 310 Electronic Media, GD 421 Project, IT 130 Java Programming, IT 210 Software Engineering, IT 230 Advanced Java Programming, IT 305 Computer Networking, IT 340 Data Structures and Algorithms

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Office of Admissions

Marymount University
2807 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

Questions? Call:
(800) 548-7638 or (703) 284-1500

E-mail: admissions@marymount.edu

Faculty Spotlight

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                      Photo Of Barry C. Erdeljon
Barry C. Erdeljon
Associate Professor of Graphic Design

With expertise in interactive media, digital imaging, and video production and design, Barry C. Erdeljon has been part of Marymount’s faculty since 1992. He has creative- and technology-directed award-winning museum interactive displays, video productions, and Web sites.