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Online Web Development Degrees and Web Design Certificates

Web design degrees prepare you to create websites for individuals, businesses and other organizations. The field itself is sometimes referred to as web development or interactive graphic design. Popular on-campus or online web development degrees include an AAS – Web Development, a Bachelor of Web Development and a Media Design MFA. While earning your web design degree you can expect to learn coding languages like HTML and JavaScript, as well as the basics of databases, graphic design, web browsers and more.



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Harding UniversityUndergraduate
Searcy, AR

Harvard UniversityUndergraduate
Cambridge, MA

Heidelberg UniversityUndergraduate
Tiffin, OH

Henderson State UniversityUndergraduate
Arkadelphia, AR

High Point UniversityUndergraduate
High Point, NC

Hodges UniversityUndergraduate
Naples, FL

Hodges UniversityOnline

Hofstra UniversityUndergraduate
Hempstead, NY

Holy Family UniversityUndergraduate
Philadelphia, PA

Houghton CollegeUndergraduate
Houghton, NY

Howard UniversityUndergraduate
Washington, DC

Humboldt State UniversityUndergraduate
Arcata, CA

Huntington UniversityUndergraduate
Huntington, IN

Huntington UniversityOnline

Husson UniversityUndergraduate
Bangor, ME

Idaho State UniversityUndergraduate
Pocatello, ID

Illinois Institute of TechnologyUndergraduate
Chicago, IL

Illinois State UniversityUndergraduate
Normal, IL

Illinois Wesleyan UniversityUndergraduate
Bloomington, IL

Indiana State UniversityUndergraduate
Terre Haute, IN

Indiana University EastUndergraduate
Richmond, IN

Indiana University NorthwestUndergraduate
Gary, IN

Indiana University of PennsylvaniaUndergraduate
Indiana, PA

Indiana University SoutheastUndergraduate
New Albany, IN

Indiana University--BloomingtonUndergraduate
Bloomington, IN

Indiana University--KokomoUndergraduate
Kokomo, IN

Indiana University--South BendUndergraduate
South Bend, IN

Indiana University-Purdue University--Fort WayneUndergraduate
Fort Wayne, IN

Indiana University-Purdue University--Fort WayneOnline

Indiana University-Purdue University--IndianapolisUndergraduate
Indianapolis, IN

Indiana Wesleyan UniversityUndergraduate
Marion, IN

Iona CollegeUndergraduate
New Rochelle, NY

Iowa State UniversityUndergraduate
Ames, IA

Ithaca CollegeUndergraduate
Ithaca, NY

Jackson State UniversityUndergraduate
Jackson, MS

Jacksonville State UniversityUndergraduate
Jacksonville, AL

Jacksonville State UniversityOnline

Jacksonville UniversityUndergraduate
Jacksonville, FL

James Madison UniversityUndergraduate
Harrisonburg, VA

Johns Hopkins UniversityUndergraduate
Baltimore, MD

Johnson & Wales UniversityUndergraduate
Providence, RI

Johnson and Wales UniversityOnline

Johnson C. Smith UniversityUndergraduate
Charlotte, NC

Juniata CollegeUndergraduate
Huntingdon, PA

Kansas State UniversityUndergraduate
Manhattan, KS

Kaplan UniversityOnline

Kaplan UniversityUndergraduate
Davenport, IA

Kean UniversityUndergraduate
Union, NJ

Keene State CollegeUndergraduate
Keene, NH

Kennesaw State UniversityUndergraduate
Kennesaw, GA


Career Outlook - Online Certification Courses and Degrees in Web Design and Development

O*NET OnLine estimates that employment for web developers will expand by 7% to 13% through 2018, which is an average rate compared to all occupations. The median annual wage for web developers in 2010 was $75,660. Earning an associate's web design degree is generally enough to qualify for entry-level web production positions, but the skills and knowledge acquired with a bachelor's degree are often necessary to advance in the field.