Web Development Technology
The web development technology associate degree provides students a comprehensive, practical, hands-on education connecting web design and development with project management and modern programming languages. You will be immersed in the online world of user interfaces, navigation, mobile web pages, e-commerce tools, dynamic web pages, and video and audio streaming.
Why our program?
Our web development technology program teaches you essential knowledge in Adobe Creative Cloud, and fundamentals in web and graphic design and visual literacy. In studio classes, you’ll exemplify our polytechnic educational model as you work on teams during project-based learning.
You’ll learn front- and back-end web design, where you’ll build and design databases and connect those to servers. You’ll develop skills to set up a web server, create a website on the server supporting modern e-commerce and act as both developer and administrator of the site.
Your core coursework is centered on the areas of web development, computer programming, database systems and network administration, ensuring you’re ready to impress upon graduation.
Our web development technology associate degree also provides a smooth transition into our digital media or computer systems technology degree options to further specialize your skills and accelerate your career.
Our web development technology program is also available on post at Fort Riley!
Why K-State Polytechnic?
Throughout our web development technology program, you’re guided by our expert faculty. Our faculty have many combined years of industry experience, so they know the actual skills employers want – and they have the connections to help you build your network. Our faculty are focused on you and your success.
K-State Polytechnic is centered around the student experience emphasizing innovative learning, real-world experiences and industry connections. Our student to faculty ratio is 14:1 – meaning our faculty are focused on each individual student. We are a tight-knit family with a small college feel and the resources of a Big 12 university.