Degrees & Programs
Associate of Applied Science Web and User Experience
Bachelor of Science Web and User Experience
During the final two years of our program, students will complete their BS degree with focus on the Back End Web Development stack – which establishes the framework for the server, web application, and database to communicate with each other. Students will learn server-side languages like PHP, Ruby, Python, Java, and ASP.Net to build a web application, and tools like MySQL, Oracle, and MS SQL Server to find, save, or change data and serve it back to the user in front-end code.
Web Technology Minor
Emphasizes the Front End Web Design and Development stack with focus on the User Experience, and basic exposure to Server Side Development. Recommended for Computer Science Majors.
User Experience Design Minor
Emphasizes Front End Web Design with focus on the User Experience and specific design tools to support multimedia, layout, and presentation.
Web Essentials Certificate of Proficiency
The Institutional Certificate of Proficiency in Web Essentials provides a measured, proven, and effective introduction to user interface design concepts and best practices in web development.
High School or Davis Tech College students:
A student may apply for an Institutional Certificate of Proficiency in Web Essentials (17 credits) provided he or she has fulfilled the following requirements:
1. Application for admission to Weber State University and/or current degree-seeking status
2. Completion of the following required courses (17 credits) with a grade of “C” or better. These
courses may also be slotted appropriately for degree requirements.
- CS 1030 – Foundations of Computing (4 credits)
- CS 1400 – Programming I (4 credits)
- WEB 1400 – Web Design and Usability (4 credits)
- WEB 2210 – Computer Illustrations (3 credits)
- WEB 2220 – Digital Publishing (3 credits)
Articulation Agreements and Concurrent Enrollment
1. This 17-credit Web Development Essentials Certificate of Proficiency is a stackable credential;
2. Courses are articulated with Davis Technical College.
3. CS 1030, CS 1400, and WEB 1400 are concurrent enrollment courses with Davis School District.
4. WEB 2210 and WEB 2220 match Adobe Certifications given by Davis School Districts. Students who successfully pass these certifications can apply for credit for these two courses.
Apprenticeship in Web Related Programs