At Western Wyoming Community College (WWCC), you will have the opportunities to design real websites, work in small groups, and solve challenging projects. Expert faculty enhance and
challenge your learning by working with you individually as you work to solve examples and cases that are similar to what you will encounter in an Information Technology (IT)
Below is the link to the list of courses suggested for students pursuing a Computer Information Systems degree. The list is divided into 4 semesters, but you may not have to take
classes in the order listed below. Talk to your advisor about what is best for you. For detailed information on the listed courses refer to course descriptions.
This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level and/or advanced positions in the Information Technology (IT) industry with such titles as Web Designer, Web
Developer or Web Editor. Upon completion of course work, the graduate will: (1) Understand the history, evolution and concepts of the Internet and the World Wide Web, (2) Perform
basic functional operations on the World Wide Web, including browsing and searching the Web, using e-mail and advanced communication tools, and FTP (FileTransfer Protocol), (3)
Understand the role of the Internet, Intranets, and Internet tools in business, be able to plan, design, develop and maintain Internet Web pages using industry standard web language
and authoring tools, and (4) Be able to plan, design, develop, and maintain interactive dynamic Web pages containing currenet web scripting languages.
All courses must be completed with a "C" or better to earn Web Site Development Certificate. Due to prerequisite requirements on some of the courses, this certificate will
require 2-3 semesters to complete.
You will find a variety of Computer Science courses offered at Western. Below is a link to the Computer Science courses we offer. Some of these courses are required for Computer
Science majors; please check the suggested program to see a complete list of required courses. Courses in other academic areas are also required for a Computer Science Degree; please
check the College Catalog for course descriptions not listed below. To check course availability, please check the College Class Schedule.