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Dreamweaver Web Content Developer Certificate Computer Studies Total Units: 16
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Term Effective: Fall 2008


The Dreamweaver Web Content Developer Skills Certificate is designed to provide students with the skills needed to succeed as a Dreamweaver Web developer. Dreamweaver certification is based on a thorough knowledge of HTML, Dreamweaver, and practical experience working on a client Web site. Dreamweaver content developers are responsible for understanding HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, Dreamweaver, the FTP process, and the Web Development cycle.

The Dreamweaver content developer is responsible for assembling and organizing site content, making the pages using Dreamweaver, loading them onto the web, and testing them on various browsers and hardware configurations. Depending on the project, a Dreamweaver developer may also be asked to edit the written content and make minor modifications to images.

In addition to using Dreamweaver, students are expected to have a strong background in HTML. Dreamweaver content developers need to be able to look at the HTML source code created by the software and edit or modify it as needed. Dreamweaver is a powerful and time saving tool, but it is not a substitute for an understanding of the basic principles of HTML.

This program stresses the practical application of web development skills on real life projects. Students are expected to work in teams to create web sites for non-profit organizations in Sonoma County. The ability to work in a group, communicate with a client, resolve problems, meet deadlines, and understand the web development cycle are just as important as understanding HTML or creating pages using Dreamweaver. This hands-on approach ensures that as students complete the program, they will have practical experience, as well as working web sites to feature in an electronic portfolio.

A successful Dreamweaver web content developer exhibits a strong work ethic, perfectionist standards, patience, strong people skills and shows an attention to detail.

Job titles include: Dreamweaver Production Specialist, Dreamweaver Developer, Web Developer, Dreamweaver Coder.

More information about Computer and Information Sciences programs can be found at the Computer and Information Sciences Department website.

Program Requirements:

The requirements for the Dreamweaver Web Content Developer Certificate program are:

  • Complete 16 units from
    • Dreamweaver Web Content Developer Core Requirements

Dreamweaver Web Content Developer Core Requirements - complete 16.00 units
CIS 58.51ACreating Webpages Using HTML & CSS 11.50
CIS 58.51BCreating Web Pages 2 - HTML1.50
CIS 58.51CIntroduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)3.00
CIS 58.62ADreamweaver, Beginning1.50
CIS 58.62BDreamweaver, Intermediate1.50
CIS 58.62CWeb Database Design with Dreamweaver MX3.00
Complete any combination totaling at least 4.00 units from the following:
CIS 58.54Web Content Development4.00
CIS 99IComputer Info Science Occupational Work Experience Intern4.00

Term Effective: Fall 2008

The requirements for this program of study are effective beginning the semester shown above. If you began working on this program before the effective semester, you may not be affected by the changes. Consult with the program contact person or the department chair to determine your eligibility to complete the program under previous requirements.

Term Inactive: Summer 2010

Previous Versions:

Dreamweaver Web Content Developer - effective Fall 1981

Course Prerequisites and Advisories:

Courses in a program of study may have prerequisites or advisories; that is, courses that must or should be completed before taking that course. Please check for prerequisites or advisories by clicking on the course numbers in the Program Requirements section.

It is important that students who are completing an Associate Degree and desire to transfer to a four-year institution meet with a counselor to plan their lower division coursework. While many majors at SRJC are intended to align with lower division major preparation required by California public universities, specific lower-division major requirements vary among individual campuses. See a counselor, visit the Transfer Center, and check Guides For Transfer in Specific Majors, and ASSIST to review transfer preparation guides for specific schools and majors.


CS 50.11A was CIS 58.51A
CS 50.11B was CIS 58.51B
CS 50.11C was CIS 58.51C
CS 50.31 was CIS 58.54
(Part of the BOT/CIS to CS conversion. Curriculum Office 5/29/09)

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