Internet Studies Center

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Internet Studies Center

The Internet Studies Center aims to foster an interdisciplinary approach to the study and design of digital technologies. The ISC offers a minor program in Internet Studies and courses and certificates in web development that help WWU students leverage the value of their four-year and graduate degrees. Students who complete one of the three ISC certificates will receive an industry certified certificate in conjunction with their WWU degree.

E-Commerce Developer

This track is designed for students interested in building database driven web sites and e-commerce applications.

Web Content Developer

A flexible option for students from a variety of backgrounds interested in providing web content.

Web Programmer

Targeted primarily at computer science majors and students interested in technical programming using Java.

Cyber Security and Privacy

Serves as the focal point for education, interdisciplinary study, and outreach in cybersecurity and privacy.

Core Courses

The ISC core courses provide all ISC graduates with basic web programming and design skills. The courses are frequently revised to reflect current practices in rapidly evolving web technologies.

Students in all tracks take the following courses:

CSCI 102 - Introduction to Web-based Communications 

CSCI 202 - Interactive Web Page Development

MIS 314 - Web Site Development and Management

CSCI 403 - Internship or Practicum

All courses are 4 credit hours. 

Contact Information

To enroll or get more information please contact Dustin O'Hara, ISC Director.

Dustin O'Hara

CF 411

360-650-4838    

Oharad@wwu.edu