- Given a good CMS (content management system) there's not much need to know HTML or CSS.
- There are quite a lot of interesting sites that don't use Flash, and quite a lot of sites that use Flash where they better wouldn't because it's unfunctional and slowing down the site.
- Any really interactive site must use server based coding (like ASP, PHP, Perl, .Net) for server based functions.
So the things you must know heavily depend on what kind of site you want to make.
And you can learn about all of those on the net, from books, in classes or by learning on the job.
I'd say that my average IT-student after 4 years of study (after completing high school) can get a job as junior webprogrammer. With the right tuition, help from more experienced colleagues and hard work they can be senior programmer in some 5 to 7 years.
Maybe it's better to go working in the field you graduated in.
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