he relationship between the digital realm and the tangible world is profound, complex, and shaped by those who can easily navigate the ever-expanding overlap between the two.
Full Sail University’s Web Design and Development bachelor of science degree program is designed to provide the focused knowledge and understanding needed to integrate and deploy modern websites and web applications. You’ll use industry-standard tools, including modern client-side and server-side languages, relational and non-relational database structures, and frameworks used in modern web stacks.
From the beginning of your degree program, career preparation is integrated into your curriculum. Ongoing portfolio courses provide you with opportunities to build projects that showcase your talents, and integrated career development modules are designed to strengthen professional skills and strategies to assist you with your job search. In addition, our Career Development advisors and services will be available for support and assistance throughout your web design and development career path – not just while you are a student. Request additional program information about the Web Design & Development bachelor’s degree.
Qualified online students can receive up to $20,000 with the Momentum Scholarship. Financial aid available to those who qualify. View scholarship details.
Application deadline approaching: Apply by May 4 for all 2018 campus start dates. Click here for all the details.
Campus | 20-Month Bachelor's
Online | 29-Month Bachelor's
Full Sail University Web Design & Development graduates Marcos DeSousa and Troy Grant created mobile application XCuseMe for their final project – XCuseMe enhances the communication between restaurant staff members and their customers.
- Apple MacBook Pro
- AppleCare Extended Warranty
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Microsoft Office 365
- LoJack Theft Prevention
- USB-C to Ethernet Adapter
- USB-C to Micro-B Cable
- 4-port USB Hub
Pricing and package specifications are subject to change. Some Project LaunchBox™ components are distributed during students' second year; some Project LaunchBox™ components are downloadable items.