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What degree is recomended for work as a Web Developer?

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Polina’s Answer

I personally would recommend a bachelor degree in computer science, or computer engineering. Those two would make it far easier to get a job at this current time . You can also find a position through taking code schools, but some companies still require a bachelor's degree to be considered.

I personally hold a bachelor degree in electrical engineering, and it was a bit harder for me to enter the field due to some basic knowledge I missed due to not taking computer science classes.

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Nija’s Answer

Hello, I hope all is well. This is absolutely a great question to ask because you are getting insight on what degrees that you can obtain in order to become a Web Developer. Way to go in getting prepare for your future career. To become a web developer, you can obtain a degree in Computer Science; Computer Programming; Software Engineering; Information Sciences; Computer Information Systems; Information Technology; Computer Engineering; and Web Design and Development. Good luck to you and be the best that you can be. You can do it.

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robert’s Answer

Definitely hands on learning is long term the best, but a general degree or figure out what type of development you want to do and focus.  Learning the different languages and platforms is important.

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Lee’s Answer

Great questions and I agree 100% with Nija's answer. In addition to the degree, you can also pursue certifications in specific programming languages (HTML, HTML5, Java, etc.).

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