Course

CNIT 14100

Internet Foundations, Technologies, and Development

Credit Hours: 3.00. () This course explores the history, architecture and development of the World Wide Web. Current tagging and scripting languages are covered in a tool independent environment. Topics also include authoring tools, design, graphic and multimedia formats, and commerce, implementation and security issues. PC literacy required. Typically offered Summer Fall Spring.

This course is offered by the Department of Computer and Information Technology