Digital Media Arts Classes

Specific degree or certificate requirements:

Long Term Class Schedule

Below is the long term schedule for courses in the Web Design and Web Professional programs.

Course # Course Title Units SP17 SU17 FA17 SP18 SU18 FA18 SP19
CSCI C101 Introduction to Computer Information Systems 3.0
X
 
X
X
 
X
X
CSCI C143 Network+Fundamentals of Networking 3.0
X
   
X
   
X
DMA C102 Digital Imaging with Photoshop 3.0
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
DMA C111 Fundamentals of Web Development 3.0
X
 
X
X
 
X
X
DMA C113 Accessiblity and Usability 3.0
X
   
X
   
X
DMA C117 Web Design with Dreamweaver 3.0
X
   
X
   
X
DMA C119 Advanced Web Development 3.0    
X
   
X
 
DMA C201 eCommerce 3.0    
X
   
X
 
DMA C211 Web Scripting with Javascript 3.0
X
   
X
   
X
DMA C213 Web Development with PHP and MySQL 3.0    
X
   
X
 
DMA C280 Web Production Management 3.0
X
   
X
   
X

Planning Your Schedule

The new Web Fundamentals Certificate can be completed as quickly as 1 year, and the Web Professional Certificate or the Web Professional Associate Degree can be completed as quickly as 2 years.

If you wish to reach your academic goals quickly, careful planning is needed to ensure that you take courses in the correct sequence and take advantage of when courses are offered. Some courses are offered every semester, some are only offered once per year, and some electives are offered every other year. Beginning in the Fall is most ideal, but you can begin any semester and still make progress.

It is recommended that you seek guidance on courses sequences before you begin your first semester in the program so you can meet your academic goals within your desired timeframe.

Sample 1-Year Plan for the Web Fundamentals Certificate

Fall
Spring

Sample 2-Year Plan for the Web Professional Certicate

Fall
Spring
Fall
Spring

Sample 2-Year Plan for the Web Professional Associate Degree

Your schedule should ideally follow the plan for the Web Professional Certificate, with general education courses inserted, where appropriate.

Taking One Course at a Time

Many students work full time and/or have family obligations that constrain them to taking just 1 course per semester or even skipping semesters occasionally. There is no problem with this approach, as long as you are mindful about a few guidelines: