Four fall 2024 web dev courses need adjunct faculty at Hunter College, CUNY

Four fall 2024 (8/28-12/21) web dev courses need adjunct faculty.

A terminal degree is required for all Hunter College faculty. Please send your CV and portfolio link to Andrew Demirjian and Ricardo Miranda –;

Three sections of MEDP 285 Web Production 1, all taught online synchronously

Course Description This course is a production course with a technical emphasis on popular code-based techniques for web production including HTML, CSS, JavaScript and JS frameworks and libraries. The goal is to introduce various fundamental front-end web and internet technologies, and in doing so, to present a clear understanding of how they interrelate to produce creative content for web distribution. Readings relating to net culture and other creative forms for network spaces will be required as well as technical readings.

MEDP 28500 Web Production I Th 8:30 – 11:20 AM online

MEDP 28500 Web Production I W 4:00 – 6:50 PM online

MEDP 33100 Web Production 2 Th 11:30 – 2:20 PM online

An introduction to server-side web development. Students will learn contemporary tools and methods for back-end web development. We will analyze a diverse range of examples across artistic and corporate practices to discover creative ways to solve essential requirements.

MEDP 34100 Web Programming W 4:00 – 6:50 PM online

Course Description Advanced programming skills for website design. Dynamic content development explored through JavaScript and related languages for the creation of interactive websites. Students will create web pages that utilize the most current techniques in web development. The curriculum in this class emphasizes an integrated and creative approach to web programming, including detailed instruction and practice in the technical aspects. It is designed to give students a basic introduction to the tools and techniques used by web programmers.

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