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WEB DEVELOPMENT DIPLOMA
Course Length: 36 weeks
OBJECTIVE
The purpose of the program is to prepare students with the necessary skills and academic knowledge for entry-level
technical positions in a Web site development, administration and design environment. The program also provides an
integrated approach to Web site design by providing instruction in client-side Web site design techniques and Web site
management procedures through converging theoretical concepts and practical applications. Courses that develop this
integrated approach to Web site development include the study Web scripting languages such as HTML, XML and
JavaScript ™, PHP, ASP and AJAX; Web graphic packages such as Photoshop®, Flash®, and Fireworks®; and Web
authoring tools such as Dreamweaver®
IS 104 SYSTEM AND HTML FUNDAMENTALS
2 WEEKS
This course provides an introduction to the Microsoft® Windows operating system, Internet Explorer browser, and Outlook
information manager; word processing, and data processing applications. In addition, this course offers an introduction to
applications and procedures specific to Herzing College. Students are then introduced to HTML, Hypertext Markup Language.
Topics include document sections, text formatting, links, lists and graphics.
BU 201 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
2 WEEKS
This course provides instruction in the theory, tools and techniques for launching and managing entrepreneurial businesses.
Topics include exploring entrepreneurial opportunities and the related ethical, legal and regulatory environments;
determining competitive advantage strategies; developing business plans; analyzing sources of funding; developing marketing
strategies, risk and insurance, contract considerations; and evaluating financial performance.
IS 210 DATABASE MANAGEMENT AND DESIGN
3 WEEKS
This course provides theoretical instruction in the analysis, design, implementation, and administration of database
systems. Topics include an introduction to the database environment and development process; business rules and entityrelationship and object-oriented modeling; logical and physical database design; client-server architectures and distributed
and object-oriented databases; and data, data administration, and data warehousing. The practical aspects of a database
management system are demonstrated using Microsoft® Access 2007.
IS 111 DATABASE APPLICATIONS
3 WEEKS
SQL is an advanced database language. Data manipulation in a relational database model is studied with the use of SQL. The
addition, changing and deletion of data is examined, as well as conducting database queries. Microsoft SQL Server is the
programming environment used, and this course helps to prepare motivated students for the Microsoft exam
IS 202 WEB DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS
3 WEEKS
This course provides the opportunity to develop knowledge and skill in planning well-designed, effective client-side Web
sites that meet an organization’s business objectives and address appropriate audience requirements. Topics include
evolution of Web site design, the Web medium, software engineering and Web engineering principles, problem definition
and exploration, requirements analysis and specification, Web site and Web page design, Web site implementation and
testing, and Web site promotion and maintenance.
The college reserves the right to modify course content and/or software applications used during training to better meet the
demands of the industry
Revised August 2010
(613) 742-8099
www.herzing.edu/ottawa
IS 206 INTERNET AND MARKUP LANGUAGE SCRIPTING
3 WEEKS
This course provides instruction in the fundamentals, standards and compliance of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) as
well as an introduction to Cascading Style Sheets. Topics include creating HTML documents and adding text, graphics, and
multimedia; using tables, frames, and forms; designing Web pages and scripting for HTML.
IS 218 WEB GRAPHICS
3 WEEKS
This course provides the opportunity to develop knowledge and skill in bitmapped and vector graphics using Photoshop®
and Fireworks®. Photoshop® topics include working with file size and format, using Web-safe color palettes and managing
colors, image masking and image compression, Graphic Interface File (GIF) and Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) file
formats, using tools to alter photographs, and applying filters and effects. Fireworks® topics include creating canvases and
paths; working with drawing tools and text; and using image mapping, animation features and imported files.
IS 258 WEB SCRIPTING
3 WEEKS
This course presents the concepts and syntax of JavaScript™ programming for adding dynamic content and interactive
elements to Web page. Topics include JavaScript™ programming fundamentals; integrating JavaScript™ and HTML; creating
pop-up windows, adding scrolling messages, and validating forms; enhancing the use of image and form objects; and using
cookies, arrays, frames; working with styles and content control using DHTML; positioning with DHTML; and advanced
DHTML features. It provides an overview of the Extensible HTML (XHTML) and Extensible Markup Language (XML).
IS 457 SERVER-SIDE SCRIPTING
4 WEEKS
This course provides an opportunity to use the Common Gateway Interface (CGI) with PHP and Active Server Pages (ASP) to
develop programs and scripts on Web servers. Topics include the role of CGI and PHP in Web-based systems; PHP
fundamentals and CGI programming with PHP; input and output capabilities and controls; managing Web page hit counters,
business forms, and text files; developing e-mail solutions; working with relational databases; managing CGI security issues;
working with objects, methods, and properties in ASP; ASP and e-commerce applications; and managing ads and tables of
content through ASP and AJAX.
IS 259 WEB ANIMATION
3 WEEKS
This course provides the opportunity to develop knowledge and skill in bitmapped and vector graphics using Flash®. Topics
include creating graphic elements, turning objects into animations, adding pictures and sound to flash movies, using Action
Scripts for interactivity, and putting Flash® movies on the Web.
IS 320 CLIENT-SIDE WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT
3 WEEKS
This course provides instruction in the design and implementation of Web pages and Web sites. Topics include creating Web
sites and Web pages; working with HTML, links, and URLs; managing images and text; working with tables, forms, frames
and colors; using cascading style sheets (CSS™), layers and JavaScript ® and managing Web sites, and Dreamweaver® as a
tool.
WD 300 INTERNSHIP
4 WEEKS
Students from the Web Development and Design discipline work in project teams on an industrially sponsored or instructorapproved web project. The project teams perform all facets of setting up a fully functional web site. Students analyze a web
project’s needs, design a system to meet those needs, design a prototype and finally develop a web site. Students will be
required to perform problem identification; formulation of design specifications; and integration of criteria based on
customer needs.
The college reserves the right to modify course content and/or software applications used during training to better meet the
demands of the industry
Revised August 2010
(613) 742-8099
www.herzing.edu/ottawa