Full Sail University caters to online programs and online classes that are capable of providing quality education through its innovative and progressive online curriculum that includes communication and collaboration tools for educational process. Online Degrees and Online Courses are subdivided into Master’s degrees on Creative Writing, Entertainment Business, Entertainment Business with Sports Management Elective, Education Media Design and Technology, Internet Marketing and Media Design; Bachelor’s degree on Computer Animation, Entertainment Business, Game Art, Game Design, Graphic Design, Internet marketing, Music Business and Production and Web Design and Development; Graduate Certificates in education Media Design and Technology and Internet Marketing.
In 2011, Full Sail University Online was ranked as the 3rd best online college by the editors of The Best Colleges. It is a guarantee that students are getting the education that they deserve since all programs and services that the University has to offer are accredited and approved. Aside from its accreditation, the school has been receiving high rankings and reviews on how Full Sail graduates end up working on many of the world’s well-known corporations which just shows how great is the opportunity being given to students.
Admissions process starts with the applicant scheduling an interview with an Admissions Representative which would be of great help in any university-related concerns. Tuition on Bachelor of Science programs range from $416 to $463, Master of Science programs cost $705 for Sports Management Elective Track and Entertainment Business, $816 for Education Media Design & technology and $795 for internet Marketing. Tuition on Master of Fine Arts program costs $646 for Creative Writing and $600 for Media Design and lastly, $563 for both Graduate Certificates on Education Media Design & Technology and Internet Marketing. Financial Aid and Scholarships in the University are based on the important decisions that students make during the process and most importantly, on the student’s needs.