In Full Sail’s Computer Science bachelor’s program, you’ll explore the different ways that humans interact with technology to glean a practical understanding of how software affects our everyday lives. You’ll build foundations in the design, development, and implementation of software-based solutions for business, entertainment, and consumer markets. Project and portfolio courses integrated throughout the program provide you with relevant learning opportunities, and career development modules help you build professional skills along the way.
Software Engineering - Students will be working inside a prebuilt software solution wherein they will find and fix various kinds of software bugs, add new features to the software, and track the changes made by using version-control tools.
Computer Organization and Architecture - Students will learn how to utilize hardware and software tools for digital system analysis and synthesis.
Project LaunchBox™ is a Full Sail program that provides students with powerful technology to help create projects. All of your files, multimedia creations, and coursework are at your fingertips 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Request more information about this program.
- MSI GE Raider Laptop
- MSI 3-yr Warranty
- LoJack - Theft Prevention 3-yr Subscription
- Microsoft Office 365
- iPad 8th Gen 32gb WiFi (Online Only)
- Microsoft Project Pro (Download) (WIN)
- Microsoft Visio Pro (Download) (WIN)
- MS Visual Studios Pro (Download) (WIN)
- MSI Air Gaming Backpack
- Samsung Galaxy Tablet
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.
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