Business Web Development
Hands-on classes prepare students to create, edit, publish, and
maintain business-based web sites. We offer two credit classes,
numerous noncredit classes and two noncredit Business Web Certificate
Web Development Credit Courses
MABS 404 WordPress Website Development for Business (3 units) [pending]
MABS 406 Developing Web Sites - Dreamweaver (3 units)
MABS 408 Website Builder for Business Portfolio/Productivity (3 units)
MABS 409 Developing Business Websites - Adobe Muse (3 units)
For complete details please see catalog.
Web Development Noncredit Courses
Tuition free noncredit business web classes include Dreamweaver,
SharePoint Designer, Flash, Photoshop, Fireworks, WordPress, Muse, and
ColdFusion. Classes can be taken individually or as part of a Business
Web Development Certificates program. For a complete listing of
classes, please see the catalog.
Business Web Pages Certificates of Completion
Students completing a noncredit Business Web Pages Certificate of Completion will learn web page development skills that can be applied to business positions requiring competency in website knowledge. Three certificates are offered:
Business Website Builders Certificate
Cloud-Based Electronic Communication Certificate
Website Development for E-Business Certificate
Web Development Courses
Please see the class
schedule for the current semester schedule.
How to Enroll
For new students, please see information about
becoming a noncredit or credit student. You may also contact the
Office of Admissions at (415) 239-3285. Many noncredit classes allow
for registration in class; there is no tuition cost for noncredit
classes. Please refer to tuition
information for specifics on City College credit tuition costs. Financial
Aid is available for those who qualify. You may also call the
Financial Aid Office at (415) 239-3577.
Applying for a Degree or Certificate
When you have completed all the required classes, fill out a petition for graduation or a petition for a certificate. The petition form is available in Admissions and Records, Conlan Hall, Room 107, and should be submitted at the beginning of the semester that you complete all the requirements. Petitions must submitted by the deadline posted in the Calendar of Instruction.