Bachelor of Science in Simulation & Visualization

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Program Description

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Today’s problem-solvers have a diverse range of virtual tools at their disposal to safely and efficiently address challenges in the realms of business, entertainment, science, technology, and more. Whether it’s computerized models of complex data or virtual environments designed to train personnel against potentially volatile situations, engineers working in the simulation and visualization industry provide vital solutions necessary for growth across a variety of disciplines.

Full Sail’s Simulation & Visualization undergraduate degree program equips you with the programming and critical-thinking skills needed to study and design virtual systems. You’ll develop your tech-savvy through hands-on experience, in order to keep pace with an ever-evolving industry.

The program offers project and portfolio courses threaded throughout the curriculum, while career development modules allow you to strengthen skills that will help you transition into the field. In addition, our Career Development advisors and services are available to you at every point in your professional journey.

Go inside Full Sail's Mech Bay, an interactive virtual experience that puts you in the pilot's seat of a giant mech battling other machines. Students and faculty in the Simulation & Visualization degree program built the ride using a large-scale motion platform that mimics moving through a post-apocalyptic landscape.

Last updated Feb 2019

About the School

Full Sail is dedicated to helping creative students follow their dreams in the entertainment and media industry. Whether they are passionate about music, art and design, web and technology, filmmaking ... Read More

Full Sail is dedicated to helping creative students follow their dreams in the entertainment and media industry. Whether they are passionate about music, art and design, web and technology, filmmaking, or the business behind entertainment, an education at Full Sail University can prepare students for a career path doing what they love. Read less