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Social Media

Course Descriptions

CS 201 Web Design (4.00 SH). This two-credit course provides the student with an understanding of the concepts and technologies used on the Internet to support Web pages and electronic commerce. Some of the topics covered in this course include the concepts of the Internet and WWW, the various protocols used - http, ftp, telnet - browsers and tools, and searching for information on the WWW. The course considers Web site design, development and management, as well as HTML document design and construction. HTML topics will include basic syntax or tags used to create HTML documents. Some specific items will be the syntax for tables and forms, image maps, frames, and cascading style sheets. Other topics will include the design and creation of images (including design theory and color theory, as well as cultural influences), and ethical and legal issues will be explored. (Offered Spring semester, even years.)


What can you do with a Social Media degree?

Imagine yourself as a digital content manager, multimedia storyteller, broadcast journalist, radio talent or management, or a communications specialist.