The interdisciplinary Web Design minor equips students with the knowledge and skills required to design and develop web sites. In the course of their studies students will learn how humans process information and how to graphically represent information in a useful and meaningful way. Upon completion of this interdisciplinary minor students will be prepared to design and develop web sites as communication tools for people to use and experience.
Minor requirements include:
Full-time degree candidates from any major.
Formal registration for the minor should be completed not later than the second semester of the junior year.
A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 is required at the time of registration.
Successful completion of five courses selected from the lists below, (2 computer science, 2 fine arts, and 1 psychology). No course for which a grade of less than “C” is earned will be accepted toward the interdisciplinary minor.
Computer Science Courses
Students must pick 2 courses, one of which must be CS 205 or CS 338, and one other course from the list below: