BS in Computing with an Emphasis in Mobile Computing
Mobile computing has opened endless economic opportunities for businesses. The challenge is adapting evolving technological applications and environmentally sensitive automated systems across the full spectrum of everyday activities, to create powerful and user-friendly synergies.
Whatever your interest, a Bachelor's degree in Computing with an Emphasis on Mobile Computing from Webster University gives you a thorough understanding of the mathematics and programming languages needed to develop complex software products. You'll be qualified to analyze, design, implement and test mobile applications, and have the skills to maintain and update existing mobile applications.
Designed and constantly updated to reflect real-world scenarios, Webster University classes immerse you in experiments, assessments and assignments in platforms like iOS and Android for devices such as iPhone, iPad and Android hardware. And when graduation rolls around, you'll be in-demand and prepared to select from jobs paying $60,000-$100,000 per year with projected growth of 34% according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, all while doing the work you love.
Points of Distinction
- Faculty who practice in the field, helped design the Bachelor degree in Mobile Computing — the first undergraduate degree of its kind to be offered in St. Louis.
- Unique courses that teach you how to understand the principles of portable computing devices to access the Internet and design apps to facilitate use.
- Opportunities for international study at campuses in Geneva, Switzerland; London, United Kingdom; Vienna, Austria; Leiden, theNetherlands and; Thailand and China.
This degree requires a minimum of 128 credit hours consisting of the following: 48 required credit hours, applicable university global citizenship or general education program hours, and electives. At least 18 of the required 36 computer science credit hours must be taken at Webster University. All upper-level courses must be taken at Webster University. For more information, review the program requirements.