Dual Enrollment Introduction to Web Design and Development
Introduction to Web Design & Development allows students to learn foundational principles and best practices of web design at an introductory college level. Students are exposed to cutting-edge software to create responsive web pages, create layouts, and experiment with links, lists, and tables in HTML. Students are educated in elements of digital media that bring an individualized and artistic aspect into web design that reflect the Master Creator. This course is structured around observing, and evaluating the internet to learn proper search and citation, along with leadership training to develop the student into a respectable digital citizen of the web. Students must have reliable internet access. Weekly use of Circle’s eLearning Campus (an online classroom component) is required. This class meets once a week.
Prerequisites: Pre-ACT or ACT composite of 20 or SAT/PSAT composite of 980, with Guidance approval. Click here to find out if DE Web Design is right for you.