伟德国际 Home

About the Program

Associate of Applied Science — Computer Technologies, Web Development Emphasis

The Computer Technologies Department compliments the Great Basin College mission statement by delivering computer technology education to a diverse, far-flung, and dynamic population. One of the hallmarks of the department is its ability to respond to the current and future needs of the community. The Computer Technologies Department offers initial training and retraining, job enhancement opportunities, and national certifications in a variety of office technologies.

You can earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Web Development. Recipients of this degree will develop web applications using HTML, JavaScript, and Dream Weaver elements. Development of web-based storefronts and shopping carts is also included. Students will maintain Internet servers and databases as well as design graphical page elements including illustrations and animation.

Professional Skills and Career Paths

  • Web Developer

  • Web Designer

Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this degree program will have the knowledge and skills to:

  • Efficiently and ethically use computers and relevant software in the workplace.

  • Effectively use a computer operating system.

  • Build and maintain well-designed, interactive web pages and sites.

  • Build and maintain databases and gather user information.

  • Seek entry-level employment in the field of web development.

  • Apply for admission to the Bachelor of Applied Science in Digital Information Technology.

Getting Started

  • Contact Admissions and Records for admission procedures at 775.327.2059.

  • Complete an official application for admission.

  • Request that your official transcripts be sent to 伟德国际.

  • Contact Computer Technologies Faculty for advisement at 775.327.2198.


Program logo graphic.

Brochure/Flier (PDF*)
About the AAS Degree
General Education Requirements (PDF*)
Program Requirements (PDF*)
Show All Degree/Certificate Programs
*PDF files require the Adobe Reader for your browser, available free from Adobe.

See also these Web Links

For More Information, Contact

Kathy Schwandt: 775.327.2198, katherine.schwandt(a)

Laurie Adams: 775.327.2208, laurie_adams(a)

Note: The use of (a) in email addresses is a spam prevention technique. Use the @ sign instead when addressing email.