Bachelor in Web Design & Development

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Full Sail University's Bachelor of Science in Web Design & Development program is designed to teach you about Web standards, Flash technology, interface design and usability, and back-end development. Learn more about Full Sail University's Bachelor of Science in Web Design and Development here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

The Bachelor of Science in Web Design & Development is offered by Full Sail University in online and campus formats. While enrolled in the degree program, you have the opportunity to learn about scripting languages such as JavaScript and ActionScript. Coursework also covers current Web design standards and topics such as XHTML, XML, and CSS. A final project is required and allows you to demonstrate your knowledge of the medium by creating a multi-faceted website.

What Are the Prerequisites?

Prospective students who wish to enroll in Full Sail University's Bachelor of Science in Web Design & Development should have a high school diploma, be a U.S. citizen or resident, and be at least 18 years of age. Additional entrance requirements from the general guidelines state that you should also submit a letter of recommendation. Prospective students interested the degree program should contact a university admissions representative for requirements other than those listed in the general admissions guidelines.

What Are the Course Requirements?

The Bachelor of Science in Web Design & Development offered by Full Sail University consists of 136 credits. You have a maximum of 84 weeks to complete the degree requirements. In addition to taking core courses in Web design and development, you are also required to complete 32 credit hours of general education courses.

Web Design and Development Course Requirements

Course Code Course Name
WDD 111 Flash Fundamentals
WDD 121 Networks and Server Structures
WDD 131 Principles of Production Process
WDD 141 Web Interface and Usability
WDD 142 Web Design Fundamentals
WDD 211 Applied Design Tools and Interfaces
WDD 212 Concepts of Object-oriented Programming
WDD 221 Designing for Web Standards
WDD 231 Flash Design and Animation
WDD 232 Rich Media Optimization
WDD 241 Streaming Media Servers
WDD 331 Database Structures
WDD 332 Flash Action Script Techniques
WDD 342 Mobile Device Deployment
WDD 343 Scripting for Web Applications I
WDD 353 Server-side Languages
WDD 354 Web Standards Project
WDD 432 Advanced Database Structures
WDD 442 Advanced Server-side Languages
WDD 443 Scripting for Web Applications II
WDD 462 Deployment of Flash Projects
WDD 471 Flex Frameworks
WDD 481 Web Project Preproduction
WDD 482 Web Final Project I
WDD 483 Web Final Project II

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

After graduating from Full Sail University's Bachelor of Science in Web Design & Development program, you will have your own portfolio of work that can be shown to potential employers. The knowledge of customer relations, corporate branding, and copyright law gained in the program may also help to broaden career opportunities.

Possible careers related to the Bachelor's in Web Design and Development include:

  • Interface Designer
  • Webmaster
  • Web Application Developer
  • Usability Designer
  • Database Engineer
  • Flash Developer

Advanced Degrees

Graduates of Full Sail University's Bachelor of Science in Web Design & Development have the opportunity to pursue a master's degree in the field or a related field. Earning a master's degree could help you broaden your knowledge and skill set. Full Sail University offers two master's degree programs related to web design and development:

  • Master of Science in Game Design
  • Master of Science in Media Design