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Web Design

Design Your Web Development Career
Web Design Students in a Computer Lab

The Web Design certification program at NCTC equips students with the necessary skills to become a web developer.  With hands-on training in graphic design, front-end development, and the technical aspects of web development, students learn to create the websites that are an integral part of our daily lives and the modern business world.   

NCTC’s Web Design program is designed so that students progress from foundational skills to more advanced aspects of building websites. Students design the images and digital media that are essential to creating visually appealing websites. Then they master databases and programming in order to power the websites they built.

Certificate Requirements

Career Outlook

With over a billion websites, it’s no surprise that skilled web developers are in high demand.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects web design jobs will increase by 27 percent between 2014 and 2024.  According to the BLS, the median annual pay for web developers was $64,970 in 2015. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to earn a certificate? add

The Web Design certificate is designed to be completed in one year. Students, however, may set their own pace.

Are any of the courses offered online? add

Yes, courses in Web Design are offered online in Canvas. Online courses are comparable to classroom courses, but courses may be attended at a time and place of the student’s choosing. Hybrid classes may also be available each semester. Check with the department for the current class schedule.

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Will this program transfer to a four-year university? add

No. The Web Design certificate itself does not transfer except as part of the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Computer Information Systems and Technology. For more information and a list of such institutions that accept the AAS degree, please review

AAS to BAAS Guided Pathways.
Is financial aid available for this degree? add

NCTC believes that all students should be allowed the opportunity to pursue higher education. The Financial Aid Office will help you when applying for aid. For more information, call 940-668-4242, visit Financial Aid, or drop by the Financial Aid Office on any of NCTC's five campuses.

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Who may I contact for more information? add

Judy Archer
Chair Information Technology
Corinth Campus
Room 33
940-498-6292
jarcher@nctc.edu