Our web graduates’
5 years running.
“THANK YOU to all of your students for your work. This new website will be a great resource for a group that is working hard to improve our community.”
“Employment of web developers is projected to grow 22% from 2010 to 2020. Those with knowledge of multiple programming languages and digital multimedia tools, will have the best opportunities.”
“Demand for software developers will increase from 28% to 32% (much faster than average) depending on the type of software development.”
GO UNDER THE HOOD
Although every student in the department has some exposure to Internet tools,
Web Communication majors go further “under the hood” with web content.
You’ll learn web writing, web design, HTML, CSS, SEO, social media strategy
and how it all comes together to build a web storytelling platform.
LEFT BRAIN, RIGHT BRAIN
Combine your technical skills with your creative abilities.
You’ll take courses like Interactive Web Page Design and Human
Computer Interaction from the Computer Science department along
with your media courses.
SERVE THE KINGDOM
Consider combining your tech savvy with a passion for missions. Taylor University
is the home of the Taylor Center for Missions Computing and the host of the
International Conference on Computing and Mission (ICCM).
If you love problem solving and programming, consider adding
the Systems curriculum to the Web Communication major. The Systems
emphasis gives you expertise in business management and custom
software development. Hear more about Systems.
PREPARATION MEETS OPPORTUNITY
Your skills are in high demand. Web Communication majors usually land a job
before graduation. You’ll have the training for a position that requires
project management, content development, and branding.
TAKE IT ALL FURTHER
If you’re interested in furthering your education, our program can open
that door for you. For the last three years one of our graduates has
received a paid assistantship, making a master's degree in Computer
and Information Science affordable.