Online Bachelor of Applied Science in Internet and Web Development
Arizona State University’s Bachelor of Applied Science in internet and web development helps you develop key principles of effective web design. You’ll explore how to create deeper connections to audiences, as well as tools to support practical design. This internet and web development program positions you for a career in a growing field that guides organizations’ web presence to convert leads, build brand awareness and more.
Next start date: 10/12/2022
Total classes: 20
Weeks per class: 15
Total credit hours: 120
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What skills are emphasized when earning an online web development degree?
As you progress through the Bachelor of Applied Science in internet and web development program, you’ll build foundational abilities in crucial areas like:
- Front-end development, including:
- Graphic industry business practices.
- User-centered design.
- Visual design.
An internet and web developer degree exposes you to valuable concepts, practices and tools that support effective design. This includes cross-media and cross-platform graphic applications, emerging web technologies, multimedia design, usability and user experience design.
Are web developers in demand in the current job market?
After earning an online internet and web developer degree, you’ll benefit from the high level of demand for professionals in this role and closely related ones.
Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicates that web developers and digital designers have an especially positive job outlook from 2020 to 2030, projecting that the total employment will increase by 13% in that time frame. This is significantly higher than the projected average growth rate of 8% for all occupations.
Will my web development degree say 'online'?
No, Arizona State University’s diplomas don’t specify whether you earn your degree online or in person. All diplomas and transcripts simply say “Arizona State University.” That’s because ASU Online students learn from the same faculty and receive the same course content as in-person students receive.
Featured internet and web development degree courses
The curriculum in the Bachelor of Applied Science in internet and web development builds on your existing design knowledge. At the same time, it introduces valuable new concepts like digital workflows, advanced web markup and scripting. Featured courses include:
GIT 413: Professional Portfolio Design and Presentation
GIT 450: Digital Workflow in Graphic Industries
GIT 414: Web Site Design and Internet/Web Technologies
GIT 340: Information Design and Usability
GIT 417: Advanced Web Markup and Scripting
GIT 334: Image Editing and Manipulation
GIT 432: Graphic Industry Business Practices
GIT 435: Website and E-Commerce Strategies
What can I do with an online internet and web development degree?
A Bachelor of Applied Science in internet and web development directly supports careers related to web design, graphic design and similar fields. Upon graduation, you can choose to pursue design-focused roles offered by your current workplace, start your own business or seek a variety of new opportunities. Career examples include:
Internet and web developer degree admission requirements
Applicants to the Bachelor of Applied Science in internet and web development program must meet general university admission requirements and hold an AAS from one or more regionally accredited institutions. To start the application process, follow these four steps:
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