Web Developer Game Design | Riverland Community College Accredited 2-Year Minnesota School Offering Programs to Southern, MN - Riverland

Web Developer Game Design


Why study Web Developer / Game Design at Riverland?

Create interactive content, rich with video, graphics, and animation for the web. Develop engaging interfaces that will impress future employers in any profession. Maximize your creativity with full design control, as you work to create Web sites, Web games, and eye-catching animations. Students will be introduced to Adobe (Flash, ActionScript, Premiere, Photoshop and Dreamweaver), These are industry's most advanced authoring environments for creating Web sites, digital experiences.

What will I study?

  • Digital Video
  • Intro to Mobile Apps (Application) Development
  • Web Page Design I with Graphic Design
  • Intro to HTML5 and CSS3
  • Web Animation
  • Intro to Social Media Marketing
In this program you will:
  • Create an online video game.
  • Design and create web pages using HTML and CSS.
  • Design a digital portfolio showcasing students work.

What are my career options after graduating this program?

Where do Web Developers most often work?

  • Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
  • Educational Services
  • Publishing Industries (except Internet)
  • Other Information Services
  • Management of Companies and Enterprises

Current Demand

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This career is currently in very high demand.

Future Demand

This career is seeing high growth compared to other careers.

There will be a need for about 3,322 new Web Developers to meet market demand between 2016-2026. This includes the demand due to replacement (workers leaving the occupation or retiring) as well as growth.

Are there any special scholarships related to this program I can apply for?

The college offers several scholarships for students to help with the cost of their education.

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Last Updated: May 19, 2016

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