Be an innovator in a field that is changing the world. Be a part of a team participating in cutting-edge areas including robotics, artificial intelligence, gaming, autonomous systems and computer vision and language design. As a computer scientist, you’ll use technology to solve complex problems. You’ll write software to make computers accomplish new tasks, or do them more efficiently. Our graduates work for major technology firms such as Google, Apple or Microsoft, while others find careers in a wide variety of business enterprises including automotive, finance, telecommunications and healthcare. Whether you have set your sights on a career in computer science or are unsure of the doors it will open, let us help you learn more about our BS in Computer Science and prepare you to excel in this growing field.
A BS in Computer Science can be completed in-seat or online.
Earn this degree at:
Online, W.A. Lettinga - Grand Rapids
Davenport’s CS curriculum prepares you for in-demand careers working with computer software. In 2014, computer scientists’ salaries averaged $77,550 per year according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Our hands-on learning environment challenges students to solve real life problems using state-of-the-art technology. As a result, you will develop the kind of high-level proficiencies that create immediate impact on your new career.
We are transfer-friendly, allowing for many community college, college-level, and in some cases, high school courses to transfer so students can graduate sooner.
Considered a pioneering thought leader in biometrics education, Davenport University was mentioned in U.S. News and World Report’s “11 Hot College Majors That Lead to Jobs” (Sept, 2013).
One of Davenport’s technology instructors explains what makes our Computer Science program so beneficial.
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.