The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (CIS) is designed to provide you with a broad range of computer programming skills through real-world, hands-on learning opportunities. You will be provided with the performance-based skills necessary to design, develop, test and evaluate computer applications and system software. We prepare you to analyze and solve programming problems for specific network systems, and develop custom programs to meet specific customer needs to enhance organizational productivity and efficiency.
The BS in Computer Information Systems can be completed in-seat or online.
Earn this degree at:
Online, Detroit, W.A. Lettinga - Grand Rapids
Davenport University’s CIS curriculum prepares students for a dynamic career in a growing field. The 2014 average salary for a CIS Manager was $127,640 and the field is growing at a rate of 15% according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Our hands-on learning environment challenges students to build information system projects based on real-life problems. As a result, students develop high-level proficiencies that create an immediate impact in their new careers.
In 2012, Davenport University CIS students won 1st place at the National Leadership Competition for Business Professionals of America in Java programming, VB NET programming and C++ programming. Again in 2013, our students won 1st place at Nationals in C++ programming.
Students graduate with versatile programming competencies including Java, C++ and C# – languages that are in high demand.
Listen to a Davenport University faculty member explain the main benefits of our Computer Information Systems program.
86% of program graduates are employed within their field within six months of graduation.
More than 95% of Davenport students receive some type of financial assistance
Davenport University provides 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.