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Web Design College Online

Web Design School and Programs

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Web designers today design for a truly global audience, balancing the goals of companies and clients with the diverse needs of Internet users. Success requires strong project management, technical, and communication skills, as well as artistic vision and an intuitive grasp of the medium.

At Sessions College, you can learn to design the future Web. Studying entirely online, you'll master the Web standard languages HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as you design Web pages using an HTML editor or coding by hand. You'll learn the design fundamentals to create powerful, responsive Web page designs for mobile and desktop use, and gain confidence in industry-standard software programs Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, and more.

Web Design Programs

Web Design Degree Programs:

Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS)
Our premier 72-credit degree program.


Undergraduate Certificate
24-credits, two semester, 7 month program.

Web Design Certificate Programs:

Professional Certificate
Build professional skill.


Advanced Certificate
Choose your concentrations.

Which program is right for you? We Can Help You Decide

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"In the Web design program, you'll gain a foundation for creating rich interactive experiences. A focus on visual design will make your work stand out from the crowd. We'll help you to add more value to the sites you design—aesthetically, conceptually, semantically." - Piper Nilsson - Web Design Department Head

Web Design Career Opportunities

Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in Web design and development. Potential employers for Web design program graduates include specialized design firms (e.g. Web design firms), advertising agencies, publishers, computer systems design firms, and Fortune 500 companies. Potential career opportunities include:

  • Web Designer
  • Web Graphics Designer
  • Interactive Designer
  • Front End Designer
  • Digital Designer
  • Web Specialist
  • Flash Designer
  • UX/UI Designer

Visit our Career Center for more information on Web design jobs and related careers. For U.S. Federal data on employment prospects in this field, search the Federal Occupational Outlook Handbook for Web developer or search the O*NET OnLine database. The Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code for Web designers is 15-1134.

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