Web Programming and Design

In order to ensure everyone’s safety and follow local directives, Purdue Polytechnic Richmond is now operating via distance until further notice. All classes will be conducted online for the remainder of the semester.
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• To contact our administration, call our Purdue Richmond Office at 765-973-8228 or send an email to Michael Swain at swainmq@purdue.edu.

Web Programming and Design at Richmond

Web Programming and Design

A major in the Computer Graphics Technology Program

Before most web sites and mobile applications are launched, there is a vast amount of planning, programming and testing that takes place. When you study web programming and design at Purdue University, you will gain expertise in all aspects of this development process.

Each web and mobile project has its own set of requirements. Will it need to allow financial transactions? Does it need to store and retrieve customer information? How will it operate on different platforms?

The courses in the web programming and design major will help you answer those questions and design a final product that is functional, secure, and user-friendly. From PHP and open source MySQL to the Microsoft and ASP environments, you will gain a broad spectrum of programming capabilities and concepts that will allow you to prosper and adapt in this constantly changing industry.


  • Combine programming expertise with design sensibilities to be more marketable
  • Take advantage of other departmental expertise to add user experience and animation skills
  • Capitalize on the increasing demand for interactive experiences on every platform
  • Pair your skills with campus entrepreneurial efforts to prepare for your own business or service.
  • Utilize the Polytechnic learning environment to become a career-ready graduate

Jen Bahan Alumni Profile
Purdue’s name recognition has opened many doors in my career. The staff’s adaptability and aggressive work in the industry continues to place students in sought-after positions, and those students are commonly better equipped than their peers.
Jen Bahan
Computer Graphics Technology '99