The IU Southeast Certificate in Web Programming is an introductory program for students to gain the technical skills and techniques to build dynamic websites and applications. High quality web design is essential for the success of organizations, and they rely on web developers to design and maintain their online presence for customers around the world. Graduates with this certificate can go on to complete their bachelor’s degree or immediately enter the workforce.

Required Courses

A student will acquire a strong background in problem-solving skills by completing two computer programming courses designed specifically for computer science majors. The CSCI-C 201/C202 sequence is required for CSCI majors.

* All courses require a grade of C or better.

Core Courses
Course Code Title Credits Offered Pre-requisites
CSCI-C 201 Computer Programming II 4 Fall, Spr, Sum, hybrid None
CSCI-C 202 Computer Programming 4 Fall, Spr, Sum C201
CSCI-A 213 Database Applications 3 Fall, Spr, Sum, online C106

Optional Tracks (one track is required)

Choose one option set from the following two tracks. Note: The course sets in the tracks cannot be mixed and matched. Students must select and complete a track in its entirety.

All courses have 3 credit hours unless otherwise noted.

Informatics Track
Course Code Course Title
INFO-I 330 Legal and Social Informatics of Security
INFO-I 427 Search Informatics
CSCI Track
Course Code Course Title
CSCI-N 341 Introduction to Client-side Web Programming
CSCI-N 342 Server-side Programming for the Web

Admission Process

Student must have an IU student identification card.

Advising Information

Students who intend to complete a bachelor’s degree should regularly meet with their advisor. In addition, the student should meet with the Natural Science professional advisor(s).

The Certificate in Web Programming (CWP) is a 17-credit program designed for students of any major or practicing professionals with software experience who aspire to develop software for web-enabled applications. All applicants are expected to have a working knowledge of common office applications software.

Natural Sciences Advisors

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Sarah Barger BA

Academic Advisor

Life Sciences 258 A
Phone: (812) 941-2284

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Shelia Gustafson M. Div

Academic Advisor

Life Sciences 258D
Phone: (812) 941-2219

Indiana University Southeast

4201 Grant Line Rd.
New Albany, IN 47150
(812) 941-2333

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