Bachelor in Mobile Development

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You could receive the education you need to begin your career as a mobile application developer or game designer when you enroll in Full Sail University's bachelor of science in Mobile Development program. Read on to learn more about this bachelor's degree program.

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of program is it?

Full Sail University's bachelor of science in Mobile Development is an online program that aims to teach students the interactive and design skills needed to create mobile games and applications for a variety of formats. The program focuses on design, usability, and programming and exposes students to design courses that emphasize project management, programming languages, software development, and integration. Topics addressed in the program's coursework include audio design, layout, media access, database concepts, cross-platform techniques, marketing strategies, web-based interfaces, and development tools used for devices such as the iPhone and iPad.

What are the prerequisites?

Individuals seeking to enter the B.S. in Mobile Development program should have basic computer programming skills. Prospective students of Full Sail University's programs are required to submit a letter of recommendation. In addition, you should have earned a high school diploma and be a permanent resident or U.S. citizen.

What are the Course Requirements?

Full Sail University's online bachelor of science in Mobile Development program consists of 136 credit hours completed over a total of 128 weeks. In addition to completing the 104 credit hours of required core courses, students will also have to take 32 credit hours of general education courses.

Mobile Development Course Requirements

Course Code Course Name
MDV 3330 Advanced Scalable Data Infrastructures
MDV 2210 Advanced Visual Frameworks
MDV 2550 Apple Development Language: Objective C I
MDV 3550 Apple Development Language: Objective C II
MDV 4210 Application Deployment I: iPhone and iPad
MDV 4330 Application Deployment II: Android
MDV 4510 Cross-Platform Mobile Development
MDV 4710 Immersive Application Deployment
MDV 4910 Integrated Product Development
MDV 4920 Integrated Product Deployment
MDV 2830 Java I
MDV 3830 Java II
MDV 3910 Mobile Business and Marketing
MDV 3630 Mobile Development Frameworks I
MDV 3730 Mobile Development Frameworks II
MDV 3850 Mobile Development Frameworks III
MDV 4630 Mobile Game Design
MDV 1630 Mobile Interfaces and Usability
MDV 1310 Mobile Media Design I
MDV 1410 Mobile Media Design II
MDV 4110 Mobile Player Experience
MDV 3110 Mobile User Experience
PMA101 Project Management and Assessment I
PMA102 Project Management and Assessment II
PMA203 Project Management and Assessment III
PMA204 Project Management and Assessment IV
PMA305 Project Management and Assessment V
PMA306 Project Management and Assessment VI
PMA407 Project Management and Assessment VII
PMA408 Project Management and Assessment VIII
MDV 2330 Scalable Data Infrastructures
MDV 1830 Visual Frameworks

What could I do after I graduate?

Potential Career Opportunities

Completion of Full Sail University's online bachelor of science in Mobile Development program could help prepare you to seek entry-level positions in various professional environments, such as software engineering or telecommunications companies. Job duties may include developing, designing, testing, and troubleshooting mobile games and applications.

Positions that graduates could pursue include:

  • iPhone Developer
  • Mobile Developer
  • Mobile App Developer
  • UI Designer

Advanced Degrees

Graduates of Full Sail University's B.S. in Mobile Development program could choose to continue their education at the graduate level. Earning a master's degree could help you assume additional responsibilities in a current position or pursue upper-level management or executive positions in the mobile development field.

Master's degrees that graduates could pursue include but are not limited to:

  • Master of Science in Game Design
  • Master of Fine Arts in Media Design
  • Master of Science in Education Media Design & Technology