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Computer Engineering & Computer Science (CECS)

Certificate in Web Technologies and Applications

(code CECSCT01)

Open to all majors except those with or seeking a B.S. Engineering Technology option in Technology and Engineering Education.

Description

The certificate in Web Technologies and Applications is designed to give students from many majors some valuable internet and web authoring skills and a broad understanding of technology. Digital devices and computers are ubiquitous in our lives, yet most people do not know how they were designed, how they work and how to use them.

This certificate will prepare students to work with a variety of technologies including computers and related technologies and the proper setup and operation of equipment along with valuable troubleshooting skills required of today's labor force. Students will gain an understanding of the system design process and how our digital world works. Students will learn to acquire and evaluate information from the internet and to communicate information via the internet including ethical issues encountered when using the internet. In addition, students will learn to create a robust, useable, and accessible Web site. This certificate will provide valuable technical skills for a variety of fields including graphic arts, teaching, journalism, law, business and public administration, social work and many others. The certificate is conferred as a post-baccalaureate certificate or concurrently with the BS/BA degree.

Requirements (Effective 2009/2010 Catalog Year)

Links to CSULB catalog

Additional Information: Certificate in Web Technologies and Applications

  • New students need to immediately consult with the program advisor prior to enrolling for courses. See the advisor links below.
  • Consult the catalog link listed below in Official Program Information for past years program requirements.

Undergraduate Program Advisors

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Minor in Computer Science

Minor in Computer Science Appications

Minor in Web Technologies and Applications


Additional Official Program Information


*Note: although every effort is made to keep this Web site up to date, you should also consult the printed catalog for official information and program requirements, which may vary depending on the year you enter(ed) the program.

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