The Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S) degree in Web Marketing will qualify students for entry-level technology, marketing, and e-commerce positions in business and nonprofit organizations. This program provides a broad business foundation that examines social media and e-commerce technology development, electronic and interpersonal communication, and industry standards for small businesses. Students acquire a specific skill set that emphasizes on the interactions between customers and web-based technology.
- ACCT 161 Principles of Accounting I (3 Credits)
- BUSN 131 Introduction to Business Administration (3 Credits)
- BUSN 134 Principle of Marketing (3 Credits)
- BUSN 210 Business Communications (3 Credits)
- BUSN 220 Career Management and Professional Behavior (3 Credits)
- BUSN 251 Business Law I (3 Credits)
- COEM 220 Video Location Production (3 Credits)
- COMM 110 Introduction to Communications (3 Credits)
- COMM 272 Public Relations and Publicity (3 Credits)
- CSIT 110 Introduction to Computers and Computer Applications (3 Credits)
- CSIT 131 Multi-Media for the Web (3 Credits)
- CSIT 133 Web Development Fundamentals (3 Credits)
- ECON 151 Macroeconomic Principles (3 Credits)
- ECON 152 Microeconomic Principles (3 Credits)
- ENGL 151 English I (3 Credits)
- ENGL 152 English II (3 Credits)
- GRPH 151 Digital Imagery (4 Credits)
- Math 156 Introduction to Statistics (or higher) (3 Credits)
- STSC 155 College Success Seminar (3 Credits)
1 of the following 2 Technology courses is required:
- Lab Science Gen. Ed. Requirement (4 Credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from the list of Approved General Education Lab Science courses (course type: GSCL).
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