ITM3200 Web Content Design
Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Kris Jamsa
In this course you will explore modern practices in the design, implementation, multimedia, and evaluation of websites. Topics for this course will include: web design critique and standards, maintaining quality web sites, web design usability, credibility, and accessibility, and multimedia in web design.
How This Course Benefits Students:
According to USNews.com The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects about 27 percent employment growth for Web developers by 2024. During that period, about 39,500 new jobs will need to be filled in an industry that already has roughly 148,500 positions. The expansion of e-commerce is expected to be the main driver of Web developer job growth in the next decade (USNews.com, 2016). Students today begin designing websites at young ages and increasing their skills in web design allows them greater opportunities when entering the ministry career/volunteer paths.
Why This Course Is Important:
Web content design is essential for various fields and everyday life in todays society. Seeking Gods wisdom in portraying a positive approach to web design, students will gain much knowledge and opportunity. Web content design skills will allow students to grow and reach others worldwide as they share Gods word and love.