The Center for Continuing Education
Midwestern State University
A Certified WebMaster is a dynamic new Internet based career. Every company, institution, and organization feels a compelling need to be ‘online.’ At the very least, they want to develop a presence on the Internet. Certified WebMasters design, develop and maintain these highly visible web sites.
Certified WebMasters are often the first to test new and state-of-the-art equipment as well as the latest software. They are allowed to indulge in artistic and professional freedoms rarely seen in any other industry. Numerous CWMs are allowed – even encouraged – to work from home or use flextime. A Certified WebMaster is a respected and sought after member of the Management Information Systems / Information Technology group.
WebMaster Basic is a course that starts with the beginning of web page development, involves the student in active web page implementation and (upon successful completion) culminates in official recognition of the student as a Certified WebMaster (Basic Class).
Certified WebMaster Basic Class is an interactive course designed to take a student that is moderately proficient in computer basics and train them to take charge of a company’s web presence.
This course prepares the student to:
• Plan a web site,
• Design a web site,
• Implement a web site, and
• Maintain a web site.
Upon the successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Understand and appreciate the World Wide Web as it relates to personal and
2. Be able to use good design techniques and audience analysis to construct a web page to fit a target purpose and audience,
3. Be able to formally design, compose, and structure the information to appear on a web site,
4. Be able to use HTML to construct web pages with text, lists, links, tables, graphics, frames, forms, and other features of a dynamic web page, and
5. Be able to evaluate the costs and benefits of doing business on the World Wide Web.
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