Webmasters are people who manage online content and the servers from which it is distributed. Students have the opportunity to learn how to design interactive web sites and to manage the content and servers that supports the web site. Concentrations are provided for electronic Interactive Authoring and designing web graphics.
Course Outline
Required Courses
(19 Courses)
Course Title Credits
CMST 121 Introduction to Communication
ENGL 121 College Composition I - Critical Reading & Writing
GSWS 1401 Employment Preparation
MMDT 1001 Solving Computer Problems
MMDT 1002 Graphic Visualization
MMDT 1004 Introduction to Typography
MMDT 1006 Color Theory
MMDT 1008 Introduction to Computer Graphics
MMDT 1021 HTML and CSS
MMDT 1022 HTML II and Javascript
MMDT 1025 Network Basics
MMDT 1051 Image Editing
MMDT 1112 Animation for Web Design
MMDT 1114 Animation for Web Design II
MMDT 1142 Interface Design
MMDT 1144 Multimedia and the Web
MMDT 1145 Data Driven Web
MMDT 1146 PHP Programming
MMDT 1152 Business of Multimedia
Total Credits: 47  
Note there is a data error. The credits listed in this section total 49 while the section is listed as having 47 credits.
Elective Courses
(select 5 credits from the courses below)
Course Title Credits
AVT 1113 Audio for Multimedia
CST 1072 Windows Workstation Support
CST 1615 Introduction to Perl
CST 1620 C# Programming
CST 1640 Introduction to Java
CST 1700 CCNA R & S Introduction to Networks
CST 1801 Visual Basic I
CST 2274 Windows Server Install and Configure
CST 2275 Maintaining a Windows Server Environment
CST 2276 Windows Server Advanced Services
CST 2277 Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Network Services
CST 2284 Network Security
CST 2287 Windows Networking Systems: Advanced Topics
CST 2758 Network+
MMDT 1041 Information Illustration
MMDT 1058 Interactivity Design & Animation
MMDT 1135 Internship 1-3*
MMDT 1150 Independent Studies 1-3*
Total Credits: 5  
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
See your advisor to select courses that fulfill this requirement.
Total Credits: 14  
General education courses will be selected from at least three of the ten goal areas of the Minnesota Transfer curriculum. Refer to the front section of the catalog for a listing of the goal areas and courses assigned. Courses can be taken from any of the ten goal areas.
Total AAS Degree Credits: 66  

*Credits for this course are variable. See your Advisor about this course.