KENNESAW — Web design skills have become an important component for business. The growing demand for web design professionals is reflected in the Bureau of Labor Statistics projection of a 20 percent job increase through 2020 for web development.
Recognizing these skills are vital to the Georgia workforce, KSU’s College of Continuing and Professional Education is revamping its Web Design and Development program to accommodate learners’ needs with focused modules on Graphic Web Design, Front-end Development and Back-end development.
Rebecca Mattox, program manager, said these programs give CCPE students an understanding of how to design and implement user-focused, growth-driven sites. Consequently, they can take their knowledge to fill the gap in the workforce.
“Web design and development skills are more desirable today than ever before. Our college is constantly evolving to lead in innovation and respond to the needs of our community and workforce,” Mattox said. “The programs were previously offered as one