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Welcome to the new Tulane School of Professional Advancement.

Our name has changed from the School of Continuing Studies but our mission has stayed the same.

Bachelor of Arts in Website Development

The B.A. in Website Development is a focused program in creating websites, both from a technical and an artistic perspective. Students with this degree work in many different industries in the private and public sector. Since most entities require a website, jobs are available in almost any industry that must communicate their services and messages online.

Degree Requirements

Core Competencies Credits
English 1010 Writing or CSEN 1250 Writing 4
Select one course:
  • Math
  • PHIL 1060 Critical Thinking
  • PHIL 1210 Elementary Symbolic Logic
  • BSMT 3250 Business Statistics (recommended)
  • CPST 1070 Math for Information Technology
3

Foreign Language or non-Western Culture

6-8
Supporting Requirement Credits
Oral Communications – Select one course:
  • SPEC 1400 Intro to Public Speaking
  • SPEC 3110 Small Group Communications
  • THEA 2100 Fundamentals of Acting
  • BSMT 2250 Business Communications
3
Distribution Requirements (at least two disciplines per category) Credits
Humanities 12
Sciences 12
Social Sciences 12
Writing Requirement Credits
Designated writing course 3-4

 

Major Requirements

Major Core Courses Credits
MDAR 1010 Intro to Media Arts 3
MDAR 2200 Digital Illustration 3
MDAR 2300 Digital Imaging 3
Select one course:
  • CPST 2400 Webpage Design & Development
  • MDAR 2810 Web Design
3
CPST 3410 Website Development with JavaScript 3
Select one course:
  • MDAR 2010 Ethical Issues in the Media
  • MDAR 2050 Media and the Law
3
BSMT 2750 Introduction to Franchising 3
MDAR 4320 Digital Portfolio 3
Select one course:
  • MDAR 2350 Graphic Design I
  • MDAR 3200 Animation I
  • CPST 3400 Website Development with XML/XHTML
  • CPST 3420 Website Development with CGI/Perl
  • CPST 3430 Website Development with ASP
3
MDAR 5010 Media Arts Internship 3
Minor (optional) Credits
Varies according to minor chosen  
General Electives Credits
As needed to total 120 credits  
Total 120