Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Web Media

Web Media Certificate

The Web Media Certificate is designed for students without a programming background. This is an ideal program for non- computing majors who still look to be involved with Web development from either a marketing, project management or content development point of view.

The entire program focuses on client-side development of e-Commerce Web sites, specifically using the Web as a tool for commerce and communication, i.e., seeing the Web site from the point of view of the user/customer.

The program consists of a sequence of five courses where students will learn all aspects of client-side development including HTML, design process and principles, Web authoring tools, multimedia tools and other tools currently used in the industry. In the last course, which is project- oriented, students develop a completely functional e-Commerce Web site.


IT 150 Introduction to Web Media and Web Authoring 3 credits
IT 152 Technical Overview of Web Media and the Internet 3 credits
IT 154 Multimedia 3 credits
IT 156 Web Design Principles 3 credits
IT 160 Web Media Project 3 credits
Total Credits
15 credits

For more information on this program, visit the Seidenberg School Web site or contact Bernice Houle.

Web Media Certificate

Introduction to Web Media & Web Authoring
Technical Overview of Web Media & the Internet
Web Design Principles
Web Media Project
Total Credits

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If you are interested in undergraduate (pre-bachelor) certificate programs, you may apply online, download an application, or contact Adult and Continuing Education at one of the offices below.

Downtown Campus 1 Pace Plaza, Room W-100
New York, NY 10038
(212) 346-1943Fax: (212) 346-1948

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551 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10176
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861 Bedford RoadKessel Campus Center
Pleasantville, NY 10570
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