Web Site Design Option

Course Requirements
ID Title Class Lab Credits
Fall Semester (year 1)
XXXXxxx General Education Elective 3 0 3
ENGC102 College Compostion 3 0 3
CPTC125 Application Programming 2 3 3
CPTC101 PC Assembly/Soft Skills 2 2 3
CPTC203 Intro to Unix 2 2 3
CPTC109 IT Ethics 3 0 3
Spring Semester (year 1)
ENGCxxx English Elective (ENGC 102) 3 0 3
MTHC120 Functions & Modeling II 4 0 4
CPTC175 Introduction to C++ 2 2 3
CPTC103 Web Site Design 2 2 3

Data Structures and Algorithms

2 2 3
Fall Semester (year 2)
MTHC210 Calculus 1 3 0 3
SCICxxx Science Elective 3 3 4
CPTC185 Introduction to Java 2 2 3
CPTC213 Computer Graphics 2 2 3
CPTC197 Relational Database Design with SQL 2 2 3
Spring Semester (year 2)
SOCCxxx Social Science Elective 3 0 3
HUMCxxx Humanities/Fine Arts/
World Language Elective
3 0 3
CPTC217 Web Database Programming 2 2 3
CPTC214 Web Animation - Adobe II 2 2 3
CPTC223 Advanced Programming Seminar 2 2 3

Prerequisite & Co-requisites are listed in parentheses.

*Permission of Instructor

**select one

Associate in Science Degree

(Day /Evening Program) 

For more information about this program, please contact Henry Collier, 603-542-7744 x5408.

The Web Site Design Option of the Computer Technology Degree Program is both comprehensive and flexible, providing students with several career options and paths in the computer science field.  The curriculum introduces students to Internet and Web Site Design as well as programming while integrating these courses with a relevant core of general education electives.

Graduates who successfully complete the program will be awarded an Associates Degree in Computer Technology and can enter the workforce prepared for such jobs as Web Site Designer, Internet/Intranet support staff, and programmer, or they can chose to further their education by transferring credits to baccalaureate programs in Applied Computer Science or Computer Science.  Students who chose to continue on to four-year institutions are encouraged to select the higher-level mathematics.  All applicants to the program must satisfy the general requirements for admission to the College, possess high school or college credits in English, mathematics and two lab sciences and interview with the Program Director.  The evening degree option will take more than two years to complete.