Web and Software Developer student.

IT - Web and Software Developer

66-credit Associate of Applied Science Degree

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To create interactive, inviting and functional web pages requires the skills and talents of a web and software developer. Developers have extensive programming skills, knowledge of technical terminology and a solid understanding of computer languages essential to creating easy-to-navigate web pages. In the Web and Software Developer program, learn to develop applications using different web development languages. Apply structured design, design patterns, object-oriented analysis and design practices to applications and systems. In addition, gain an introduction to networking and mobile device application development.

  • Prepare for jobs such as application software developer, application programmer, software analyst or software engineer.
  • All IT students (Computer Support Specialist, Network Specialist, and Web and Software Developer) take similar courses in their first semester of studies. Should a student determine after the first semester he/she would prefer a different IT program, he/she may switch with minimal credit loss.
  • Complete the program with a capstone system project and an internship experience that provides technical, hands-on learning in a real-world setting.
  • The IT Student Center provides IT students with a wealth of resources to practice their skills, complete group projects and work with mentors.
  • As a complement to the Web and Software Developer program, several short-term IT certificates are available within the School of Business.
  • Involvement in the BIT Connections Club expands upon IT skills through active participation in service-learning projects, emerging technology, global business technology and professional development.
  • Select program credits may transfer to other institutions.
  • Wages of recent graduates per Graduate Follow-up Report
    • Three-year Avg. Salary for Full-time Related Employment: $49,120

Program 10-152-7

Required Courses

Traditional Option

Pathway Option

In traditional option programs, students register for and take a set number of courses each semester, usually five or six. Classes are scheduled throughout the day, and sometimes at night or on weekends, and completed in a conventional manner - two semesters each year.

Generally, most courses are taken on campus in a traditional face-to-face classroom setting. Many students who opt for the traditional college option are those who recently completed high school and those who do not hold full-time jobs.

Completing degree and diploma programs in a traditional manner generally takes one to two years, depending on number of credits and type of program; other completion option programs may be structured differently.

First Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 107-102 IT Support2 *
 152-105 Intro to Web Development2+*
 152-138 Java Programming3 *
 152-168 JavaScript3  
 801-136 English Composition 13+ 
 804-133 Math & Logic3 *
Total Semester Credits
Second Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 152-115 Database Concepts and SQL3  
 152-135 Advanced Java Programming4  
 156-101 .Net Database Programming3  
 152-108 Web Server Administration2 *
 809-143 Microeconomics3 *
Total Semester Credits
Summer Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 890-108 Employment Success1+ 
 801-197 Technical Reporting3+ 
Total Semester Credits
Third Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 152-109 .Net Web Development4  
 152-179 JavaScript 24  
 107-119 System Analysis Agile Methods3 *
 152-197 Distributed Java3 *
Total Semester Credits
Fourth Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 152-170 IS Project4  
 152-171 Advanced Web Services Develop3  
 152-142 Mobile Application Development3 *
 801-198 Speech3+*
 809-199 Psychology of Human Relations3 *
Total Semester Credits
Summer Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 107-137 IT Internship1 *
Total Semester Credits
+ (Proficiency Exam Available)
* (Prerequisites or substitutes may apply to this class.)

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Credit Transfer Opportunities

WCTC has agreements with local high schools and various four-year colleges and universities that enable students to transition more seamlessly from high school to WCTC to four-year colleges. Transcripted credit agreements provide high school students the opportunity to take WCTC courses at their high schools. Agreements with four-year colleges enable WCTC graduates in selected programs to transfer credits, often at junior-level standing. Agreements currently in place for this program are listed below.

High School Transfer Opportunities

WCTC Course

WCTC Credits Awarded

152-169 JavaScript 4

Four Year College Transfer Opportunities

Program Specific Agreements

Program Name
Credits Awarded
Cardinal StritchAny Bachelor Degree in the College of Business and Management60+
Carroll UniversityBS Computer Science up to 64
Concordia UniversityBS Computer Science up to 70
UW-MilwaukeeBS Information Science & Technologyup to 60
UW-OshkoshBS Leadership and Organizational Studiesup to 65

General Agreements

Program Name
Credits Awarded
Franklin UniversityBachelor of Science (various)Junior Standing
Lakeland UniversityAny Bachelors DegreeCredits vary, check with Lakeland
Mount Mary UniversityBachelor DegreJunior Standing
Ottawa UniversityBachelor of Arts or Scienceup to 80, and 50%+ tuition disccount for WCTC grads
Purdue University GlobalAny Bachelorscredits vary, 20% tuition discount
Upper Iowa UniversityBachelor of Scienceup to 78
UW-Green BayBachelor of Applied Studies OnlineJunior Status
UW-StoutBachelor of Science in Managementup to 60
UW-StoutB. S. Career, Technical Education & Trainingup to 60
UW-StoutBachelor of Science in Information and Communication Technologiesup to 60
UW-WaukeshaBachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS)60-Junior Standing
Wisconsin Lutheran CollegeBachelor of Science in Business Management & Leadership50-70

UW-System Credit Transfer

If you are interested in attending a UW-campus, you should contact a transfer representative at the campus you plan to attend. You may also check credit transfer agreements between WCTC and the UW System to tell you which specific courses and general education classes may be accepted.

Important Cautionary Note:
This information is intended as a general description. Please verify the availability and details of the program that interests you with the transfer coordinator at the receiving institution.

Meet your Instructor

Program instructor, Matt Green

Matt Green

Phone: 262.691.5315


  • BS, Computer Operations Management and Computational Mathematics - Eastern Illinois University
  • MA Ed, Educational Design & Technology, Concordia university - Wisconsin

Teaching Philosophy

"I believe my success as an instructor is measured in new careers, new jobs and students that are prepared for the workforce."

Program instructor, Jeff Grissom

Jeff Grissom

Phone: 262.695.3488


  • BS, Management Information Systems, University of Wisconsin - Parkside

Teaching Philosophy

"If you are up to the challenge, learning should be fun. I am passionate about technology, and i believe that comes across in my presentation."

Program instructor, Tyler Kowalchuk

Tyler Kowalchuk

Phone: 262.691.5130


  • AAS, Printing and Publishing, Waukesha County Technical College
  • AAS, Programmer/Analyst, Waukesha County Technical College
  • BS, Web Application Development, Carroll University

Teaching Philosophy

"Utilizing curiosity and creativity, I help students become lifelong learners that have a passion for mastery in their field."