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Web Application Development minor provides the skill set to develop social networking sites, blogs, video sharing sites and web applications.

A Web Application Development minor enhances a resumé and provides skills that are highly sought after by employers. Web development is needed virtually for people in every profession: educators, writers, businessmen, musicians, scientists, etc. Many employers require such skills explicitly. The minor is organized in the framework of Web 2.0 technology allowing the users to interact and collaborate with each other. Examples of Web 2.0 include social networking sites, blogs, wikis, video sharing sites and web applications.

The courses offered as a part of the Web Application Development minor will provide students with basic knowledge and skills necessary to design and develop professional Web sites. The content of the program emphasizes the technical development of the site, including the use of HTML programming, additional markup and scripting languages, and other tools to manipulate data on a Web site.

Why minor in Web Application Development at the Mount?

  • Sets you apart from other job candidates in your field
  • Small class sizes, personal attention and a welcoming atmosphere for a healthy learning environment
  • Coursework that develops the advanced problem solving skills coveted by employers
  • Course projects and research that promote transforming ideas into innovative computer applications

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