Web Design Certificate Program

Web Design Schedule & Costs

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Click on a term for schedule information.
The term for a particular class is based on when the class ends, not when it begins. For example, a course beginning in April and ending in July is a summer class, and you will find it in the summer schedule. Please check the current term plus the next term to determine all of your schedule options.

YOU MUST ATTEND ALL CLASS SESSIONS TO EARN CREDIT FOR A COURSE, AND YOU MUST COMPLETE ALL REQUIRED COURSES TO EARN A CERTIFICATE.

Course Schedule

Major: Computers and Technology | Program: Web Design Certificate | * C = Class Cancelled *

Start DateEnd DateCRNDeptCourse TitleMtgsDaysHoursBldg/RmFeeInstructor

Fall 2017

09/08/17–12/02/17

09/08/201709/09/201741431CIX 912Beginning HTML2F
Sa
18:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 16:00
EE 1202$199A Barton
09/15/201709/16/201741432CIX 913Intermediate HTML2F
Sa
18:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 16:00
EE 1202$199A Barton
09/22/201709/23/201741433CIX 914Advanced HTML2F
Sa
18:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 16:00
EE 1202$199A Barton
09/29/201710/07/201741437CIX 902Using Dreamweaver4F
Sa
18:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 16:00
EE 1202$389A Barton
10/28/201711/04/201741439CIX 936Using Fireworks2Sa09:00 - 16:00EE 1202$269A Barton
11/18/201712/02/201741441CIX 935Using Flash/Animate2Sa09:00 - 16:00EE 1202$269A Barton
 

Spring 2018

02/02/18–04/28/18

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02/02/201802/03/201823306CIX 912Beginning HTML2F
Sa
18:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 16:00
EE 1202$199A Barton
02/09/201802/10/201823307CIX 913Intermediate HTML2F
Sa
18:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 16:00
EE 1202$199A Barton
02/23/201802/24/201823308CIX 914Advanced HTML2F
Sa
18:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 16:00
EE 1202$199A Barton
03/02/201803/17/201823309CIX 902Using Dreamweaver4F
Sa
18:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 16:00
EE 1202$389A Barton
04/07/201804/14/201823310CIX 936Using Fireworks2Sa09:00 - 16:00EE 1202$269A Barton
04/21/201804/28/201823311CIX 935Using Flash/Animate2Sa09:00 - 16:00EE 1202$269A Barton
 

* Schedule subject to change | Updated 10/02/17 | Schedule Search

Course Descriptions

CIX 912 | Beginning HTML Publishing

Prerequisite: Basic computer and typing skills; programming or word processing experience helpful.
This course is an HTML beginning-level workshop. Students will create a basic Web page for business, a non-profit organization, or for individual personal or professional use. Beginning principles of HTML include: proper HTML code structure, color selection, and placing images, text, and links on a page.
Topics by session:
Session 1 | Introduction to HTML: Tags and Attributes
Session 2 | Simple Article Creation: From Text to Web Page
0.9 CEUs

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CIX 913 | Intermediate HTML

Prerequisite: Basic computer and typing skills; CIX 912, and/or basic knowledge of HTML.
This course builds on the skills gained in the Building a Better Web Site class. Topics covered include: a quick review of basic HTML structure, advanced tags, styling text with fonts, using tables to control layout, and creating online forms.
Topics by session:
Session 1 | Structuring Content: Tables
Session 2 | Structuring Pages: Semantic HTML; Typography; HTML Forms
0.9 CEUs

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CIX 914 | Advanced HTML

Prerequisite: Basic computer and typing skills; CIX 913, and/or intermediate knowledge of HTML.
This course builds on the skills gained in the Intermediate class and adds: building complex sites using CSS, frames, multimedia (sound, video & animation), adding JavaScript functionality, and more.
Topics by session:
Session 1 | Stylizing HTML with CSS
Session 2 | Adding Typography; Imagemapping; Embedded Content
0.9 CEUs

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CIX 902 | Using Dreamweaver

Prerequisite: Basic computer and typing skills; CIX 912, and/or intermediate knowledge of HTML.
Learn to use this popular web design tool! Topics covered include: working with text and graphics, visual page design, tools for creating tables and forms, site management, detailed FTP and directory structure overview, implementing style sheets, and adding JavaScript or behaviors.
Topics by session:
Session 1 | Creating Basic HTML (Getting to Know the Dreamweaver Interface)
Session 2 | Project 1: Building a Complete Client Website with Templates
Session 3 | Extending Your Web Page Design with CSS and JavaScript
Session 4 | Project 2: DIY Website; Site Management and Other Dreamweaver Tools
1.8 CEUs

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Elective Courses (choose ONE of the following:)

CIX 935 | Using Animate

Prerequisite: Basic computer and typing skills; CIX 912, and/or basic knowledge of HTML.
Animate CC (*formerly called Flash) is the web standard for multimedia vector graphics and animation. Designed for the web, Animate is used to create beautiful and compact animations, navigation, interfaces, ad banners, logos, technical illustrations, and full-length cartoons. Using Animate, web designers can create interactive vector graphics and animations without scripting.
Topics by session:
Session 1 | Getting to Know the Animate Interface; Getting started with Animation
Session 2 | Creating "Mini-sites" and Advertising
1.2 CEUs

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CIX 936 | Using Fireworks

Prerequisite: Basic computer and typing skills; Basic knowledge of HTML.
Fireworks is the premier program for bridging the gap between graphic design and web development. Fireworks eliminates the need for expensive image editing programs with high learning curves, allowing you to manipulate photos design fantastic web graphics and create animation with little or no design experience, And, it takes things a step further: import your web design into or create a new design in Fireworks, and let it optimize and slice your images, and create exportable HTML, CSS and JavaScript as well!
Topics by session:
Session 1 | Getting to Know the Fireworks Interface; Creating and Modifying Logos, Graphics and Photos
Session 2 | Wireframing and Prototyping Website Layouts; Creating Animations and Symbols; Optimizing Images for Web
1.2 CEUs

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Information & Registration

There are no prerequisites for enrollment and no admission process. When you're ready to register, call 310-243-3741.

Have questions about the program? Call 310-243-2075, email learn@csudh.edu, or use our LiveChat ↘ to ask questions or leave a detailed message about this program.