Web and Mobile Development
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.)
Web and mobile development is integral to all industries – businesses large and small create websites, connect with customers on social media, and use apps to make access to products and services easier. At FLCC, you'll gain the skills to lead the way in this dynamic field!
It's estimated that the mobile app market will be worth approximately $366 billion by 2027. At FLCC, you'll get a jump start on an industry that shows no sign of slowing down.
FLCC's Web and Mobile Development program prepares future developers like you to enter the workforce equipped with technical problem-solving skills and capabilities in virtual reality, business analytics, and information technology.
As a student in this A.A.S. program, you will build a well-refined skill set, including:
- Web application
- Content management
If you're curious and motivated, you may want to explore honors studies courses. They center on reflection and community building, and are available to full-time and part-time students in all degree programs. Successful completion of these courses, or earning your Honors Studies certificate or diploma, can increase your transfer options and make you eligible for specific scholarships.
Upon graduation, you'll be ready for transfer into a bachelor's-level web and mobile development or similar program, such as Rochester Institute of Technology's B.S. in Web and Mobile Computing.
These online universities are fully accredited and offer bachelor's in web and mobile development:
- Arizona State University
- Ashford University
- ECPI University
- Full Sail University
- Independence University
- Liberty University
- Purdue University Global
- Southern New Hampshire University
With an A.A.S. in Web and Mobile Development, you'll have the skills and resume to enter the workforce in a variety of tech and development positions. You'll be ready for entry-level and support positions in the following areas:
- Application development
- Web development
- Online media development