AS Business Management
AS Health Information Technology
AS Network and System Administration
AS Respiratory Care
AS Software Development
AS Web Development
Associate of Science in Web Development
Learn how to develop, modify and maintain general software applications or specialized software with our associate degree in web development.
You want to study web development but you don’t want—or can’t afford—to study for four years? Our associate’s degree is a good option to obtain the knowledge necessary for an entry-level position in the field. You’ll learn the basics in the development, modification and maintenance of general software applications that will allow you to get to work sooner. And if you decide later that you want to continue your education, your bachelor’s degree in computer information systems will build on your associate’s degree without requiring you to retake classes.
Benefits of studying web development at DSU
DSU faculty are experts in the industry and pass that knowledge onto their students. The world of web development is an ever-changing field and our students’ are immersed in the latest and greatest advancements to prepare them for the workforce.
With web development, you are immersed in technology. You will develop, modify and maintain general software applications or specialized software for use on computers, handheld and mobile devices based on analysis of user needs, design specifications, development, testing, deployment, management and maintenance. At DSU, you will become familiar with technologies that will enhance your skills in web development and position yourself as a leader in the field.
Possible job titles
- Application developer
- IT consultant
- Information systems manager
- Systems analyst
- Systems developer
- Database administrator
- Network engineer
- Systems Support
BBA Business Technology
BGS General Studies
BS Computer Science
BS Cyber Operations
BS Health Information Administration
BS Information Systems
BS Network and Security Administration
With the B.S. Network and Security Administration, as business networks become more and more complex, the ability to build and defend these networks becomes increasingly important. This degree not only prepares you for the designing and administering of various network systems, but also equips you with the ability to perform tasks in computer forensics, web software security, and network security.
BS Respiratory Care
Certificate: Health Care Coding
D.Sc. Doctor of Science in Information Systems
MBA Master in Business Administration
MS Information Assurance
MS Information Systems
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