What is it like to be a Web developer?
Web developers are software developers who are specifically involved with the development of web and network applications. Web developers are trained to work with various script languages and do everything from the homepage to entire site layout and function.
Web developers work in a variety of settings including large corporations, marketing or advertising firms, government institutions, the communication sector, healthcare, private companies and businesses, and IT firms.
Other titles for web developers include web designer and web programmer.
For more information about a career as a Web Developer, visit the Job Outlook website.
This data shows historical and projected employment levels (thousands) for this occupation. Data should be used as a guide only. Source: ABS Labour Force Survey.
Is it right for me?
Web developers have creative minds with well-developed communication skills. As a web developer you will be technologically savvy and have a willingness towards continual learning.
- Aptitude for technical tasks
- Good communication skills
- Able to work as part of a team
- Committed to understanding new technology and upgrading skills.
To become a Web developer
To be able to become a Web developer, your study options will change based on your previous study experience or your preferred study pathway:
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Computer Systems Engineering)
- Bachelor of Business and Commerce (IT Management)
- Bachelor of Information Technology (Applied Computer Science)
- Bachelor of Information Technology (Information Systems Development)
- Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Security)