Which Tech Degree is Right for You?
Published on Apr 6, 2020 by Bridgette Cude
Explore the Tech degree programs offered by Full Sail University.
Technology programs at Full Sail University are different from your traditional school. They're designed to be hands-on, adaptable, and relevant to the real-world skills you need to succeed in the industry. But with a vast world of technology, how do you know which program is right for you? Here are some details about what you can expect from each technology degree at Full Sail and the types of markets they prepare students for.
Computer Science – Campus & Online
Full Sail's Computer Science degree program helps you learn computer languages needed to build data structures and software architecture. You'll get the tools and problem-solving skills you need to develop and implement solutions in an ever-evolving tech market. If you're ready to join an industry that’s making systems faster and more intuitive, we can help.
Simulation & Visualization – Campus
If you're interested in studying and creating virtual systems, the Simulation & Visualization degree program might be right for you. You'll learn how to create rapid prototypes and develop new experiences with AR/VR and XR technologies. The skills you learn here will allow you to build new worlds in immersive games, develop specialized training programs, and solve challenging real-world problems.
Information Technology – Campus & Online
In the Information Technology bachelor's program, hands-on courses focus on how to provide the infrastructure to share data so it's secure and available 24/7. You'll learn how to build solutions and develop processes that automate tasks in computer architecture. This includes virtualizing systems, networks, and storage and understanding how to leverage that technology.
Cybersecurity – Campus & Online
This degree program is ideal for students who want to help define security and privacy policies, prevent cyber crime, and assess threats for a variety of organizations. It also offers students the opportunity to earn important industry certifications and an Associate's degree in Information Technology.
Mobile Development – Online
Learn how to program applications for mobile devices including phones, tablets, wearables, and other smart technology in the Mobile Development bachelor's degree program. You'll research user needs and build functional interfaces that makes tech intuitive and connects your audience to the world around them.
Web Development – Online
If you love the challenge of solving problems and connecting people, our Web Development bachelor's program might be right for you. You'll learn advanced concepts in scripting languages, standards for enhancing web pages, and how to design databases to create web applications. Using these frontend and backend technologies, you'll develop responsive solutions that are dynamic and engaging.
Want to learn more? Explore our Technology degree programs.
- Information Technology
- Digital Cinematography
- Accolades & Awards
- I Made This
- Software Development
- Job Search
- Student Organizations
- Art & Design
- Entertainment Business
- Game Development
- Simulation & Visualization
- Business Intelligence
- Financial Aid
- Media Communications
- Mobile Development
- Industry Research
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