Full Sail University has a unique approach to education, so we have some differences from traditional four-year universities.
We know how important it is to make an informed decision about your child's college experience. Here are some topics that come up often when we talk to parents of prospective students.
Because our degree programs follow an accelerated path, students prepare to graduate earlier than traditional undergraduate programs. This influences our scheduling and also how our tuition is priced. Full Sail’s undergraduate degrees have general education requirements just like other colleges.
But since our degrees have a foundation in creative technology, even gen-ed courses integrate interactive media and the tools found in students’ Project LaunchBox™ packages. And because each class in a degree is designed in a specific sequence, students will learn each subject in context within their field of study.
The best way to experience Full Sail University is to see us in person. We offer a monthly open house – the Behind the Scenes Tour – during which you can explore Full Sail’s campus and get in-depth information about your child’s degree program and career prospects.
Frequently Asked Questions
Got a question? If you’re curious about curriculum, financial aid, careers, or admissions, this section may help you find what you’re looking for.
Full Sail University’s degree programs bring career strategies into the picture early on. Career modules are built into our bachelor’s curriculum, covering topics ranging from résumés, to interview skills, to personal branding. And ongoing portfolio projects are designed for students to develop tangible work to show future employers or clients.
Career support extends past graduation with a dedicated Career Development department. Advisors provide guidance and resources specific to a student’s prospective industry, and stay in constant communication with the professional world. These services are available to graduates no matter which stage they are in their career paths.