The Web Analyst/Programmer program meets the specific skills and knowledge requirements of technical and professional jobs within the IT field for an entry-level web analyst/programmer. It is designed to meet entry-level educational needs of most segments of the IT field which utilize a variety of computers. Training blends general educational development and required IT technical skills. Graduates are prepared for entry-level web developer jobs in government, insurance, manufacturing, service, software development, wholesale and retail sales, utilities, banking and accounting.
Program outcomes state what a graduate needs to be able to do with the essential knowledge, attitudes, skills, and behaviors acquired in a specific Madison College program. The program outcomes communicate expectations to students, as well as other academic institutions and potential employers. The identification and assessment of program outcomes support Madison College's efforts in documenting student learning and provide a context for the faculty's academic planning.
Admissions Requirements for All Applications Submitted for the Current Academic Year
You must meet Admissions Requirements (see below). To apply for the program, follow the admission procedures, including submitting the completed application, application/processing fees, and transcripts.
Test scores are not required for admission into this program.
We only transfer in equivalent college work if the grade is a C or better. (We do not transfer in C- graded course work).
Advanced Standing cannot exceed 50% of the required credits for the program.
The Web Analyst/Programmer will write programs creating a logical series of instructions the computer can follow, applying knowledge of computer capabilities, subject matter, and symbolic logic; code instructions into programming languages and test and debug programs to get intended results; analyze, review, and rewrite programs, using workflow charts and diagrams; convert detailed logical flow charts to language that computers can process; revise or direct revision of existing programs to increase operating efficiency or adapt to new requirements; integrate mainframe and ecommerce applications; consult with managerial and engineering and technical personnel to clarify program intent, identify problems, and suggest changes.