Career & Technical Education > Computer Information Technology

General Information


I. Catalog Course Description

Prerequisites: IS101 or consent of instructor

Introduces students to XHTML and Web page construction. Topics cover construction and management of Web sites and creation of Web pages utilizing standards-based technologies such as Cascading Style Sheets. Emphasis on developing interoperable web sites that work with standards compliant web browsers. Interoperability with non standards-compliant web browsers is covered. As a technology driven course, graphic design is not emphasized. May be taught using basic text editing or a web-development tool such as Dreamweaver.


II: Course Objectives

Introduces students to XHTML and Web page construction. Topics cover construction and management of Web sites and creation of Web pages utilizing standard-based technologies such as Cascading Style Sheets. Emphasis on developing interoperable web sites that work with standards compliant web browsers. Interoperability with non standards- compliant web browsers is covered. As a technology driven course, graphic design is not emphasized. May be taught using basic text editing or a web-development tool such as Dream weaver.

  1. Have an understanding of the structure of the World Wide Web, and its place in the overall Internet structure.
  2. Understand the software tools and applications, such as ” What You See Is What You Get” (WYSIWYG) editors and text editors, required to create web pages and web sites that:
  3. Conform to accepted Web standards as described by the World Wide Web Consortium.
  4. Interoperate with non-standard Web browsers to the extent possible without compromising the integrity of the site.
  5. Use accessibility concepts to make Web pages and sites more accessible to those with disabilities.
  6. Understand the basic of the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
  7. Understand the basics of Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML)
  8. Understand the basics of Cascading Style sheets and their role in Web design.
  9. Be able to utilize various resources to gather knowledge of the World Wide Web and find information about various Web design concepts.

III: Course Linkage

The emphasis mission is derived directly from the degree mission AAS-CT-OT Emphasis Program Outcomes addressed by this course.

Know: The entry level skill set for their specialty area of the degree emphasis

Are Able to: Test successfully on certification standards of this specialty program area.


Scheduled CIT-151 classes:

Fall 2019

There are currently no CIT-151 classes scheduled for this term.