To enroll in this bachelor's completion program, students will need to first complete Full Sail's Computer Science Associate of Science degree program. Associate degrees from other institutions may also be considered.
The Computer Science Bachelor of Science Completion program familiarizes you with the complex and ever-changing world of today’s software developers and software engineers. The goal of this curriculum is to educate you on the design, development, and implementation of software-based solutions and other software products for the business, entertainment, and consumer markets. You will engage in application creation by participating in various computer science projects throughout the degree program that will equip you to understand the differences between small programming projects and large-enterprise software-systems projects. After you complete the core Computer Science curriculum, you will have the opportunity to choose a concentration in Artificial Intelligence, Mobile Development, or Web Development.
Bachelor's Objective The goal of the Computer Science Bachelor of Science Completion program is to develop your software design and production capabilities to prepare you for entry level positions in this field. Depending on your concentration, these may include software engineer, software architect, computer applications engineer, UI developer, AI developer, machine learning developer, and a variety of others. It is also a goal of the program to encourage lifelong learning and critical-thinking skills through threaded research, analysis, and professional development. Through project-based learning, you will be able to create your own software-application project and articulate and deliver this project through appropriate communication strategies and business models.
- This program is approved for campus and online; currently only enrolling online.
- The approved program is a degree completion program. Entering students must have a related associate degree or higher level degree and must complete at least 60 semester hours for a total of 120 credit hours.