College of Letters and Science
Web Development Minor
The Web Development minor provides students with a foundation in web design and development, including the theory and practice of human-centered design and evaluation with a focus on usability and user experience, and fundamentals of working with modern web technologies. This minor pairs well with disciplines that benefit from user-centric design and evaluation skills, and it is recommended for students majoring in Computer Information Systems who wish to deepen their understanding of developing interactive applications.
The Web Development minor consists of at least 29 credits:
Requirements: WD 100, 201, 310; CNMT 101, 110, 210.
Electives: Take three credits of WD courses numbered 300 and above.
For more information visit the UW-Stevens Point course catalog.
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