Web Application Programming
Web programmers develop, test and maintain the interactive components found in Web-type environments. These are included in applications such as shopping carts, course management systems, online greeting cards, online games and more. As the trend continues to move core applications off of personal computers and onto the Internet and intranet environments, the value of skilled Web programmers increases.
Career opportunities include:
- Web developer
- Web programmer
- Programmer analyst
- Application programmer
- Client/server developer
- Internet/intranet application developer
- Independent programmer/consultant
The US Department of Labor reported in May 2007 on the Bureau of Labor Statistics website that the 4th fastest growing occupations between 2006-20016 are Computer Software Engineers, applications programmers and related professionals.
For Computer Programmers (US Department of Labor):
- National Average Salary $72,010
- State of Ohio Average Salary $63,860
- Mid-Ohio Valley Average Salary $56,380
Successful completion of the Web programming program leads to an Associate of Applied Business degree.
Contact to LEARN MORE:
Karen Poorman, Professor
740.374.8716, ext. 1702
Samantha Brodie, Instructor
740.374.8716, ext. 1707