Get paid while you learn! The Computer Information Systems Cooperative Education (Co-Op) program couples classroom instruction with paid, application-focused learning in business and industry settings arranged as part of your course of study.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (CIS) prepares students for fields such as application and web development, programming and computer information systems analysis. Students complete a total of 900 hours of paid, in the-field, co-op experience beginning in their first year of study. This ongoing professional immersion in the field provides you with the kind of performance edge employers value.
Earn this degree at:
W.A. Lettinga - Grand Rapids
Students earn money through the Co-Op program while going to school.
Graduate in as little as four years.
Begin the first of your three Co-Op experiences in your third semester.
Develop valuable experience and professional contacts.
Technology degrees continue to lead to the fastest growing career opportunities nationally and internationally.
Minimum hourly salary for students is $12 for Co-Op I, $13.50 for Co-Op II, and $15 for Co-Op III.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the average salary for experienced Computer Information Systems managers are $135,800.
More than 95% of Davenport students receive some type of financial assistance
Davenport University offers value by keeping tuition among the lowest of all private colleges and universities in Michigan. Our team is ready to help you explore sources of financial assistance for which you may qualify.