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Bachelor's Degree

Digital Forensics

Digital Forensics (DIGT FOR BS)

120 Credits

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE  •  120 CREDITS  •  DIGT FOR BS

The Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Forensics provides the necessary knowledge and skills for the collection, processing, preservation, analysis, and presentation of computer-related evidence in support of network vulnerability mitigation and/or criminal, fraud, counterintelligence, or law enforcement investigations. Students will use hands-on tools and techniques in a variety of environments for operating systems, file systems, networks, mobile devices, and electronic discovery of data.

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Cyber Defense

Cyber Defense (CYBER DEF BS)

120 Credits

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE  •  120 CREDITS MINIMUM  •  CYBER DEF BS

The Bachelor of Science degree in Cyber Defense provides the proactive and reactive knowledge and skills that encompass security in the technological environment. Students will learn to ensure appropriate treatment of risk, compliance, and assurance from internal and external perspectives. With an emphasis on how to best protect an organization’s information assets, topics will be covered from both the business and technology perspectives. Students will have a choice between two specialties: Information Assurance or Health Care Information Assurance.

*Either IAAS490 or TECH489 must be completed unless the experiential learning component is satisfied. An upper level technology substitution must be chosen if the experiential component is completed within a required course in the major.

**Consider adding the Mathematics Minor (MTHM) 23 credits with this degree program. One of the required math courses (MATH215) is required in the foundations, the other five courses could be taken as part of the Open Elective Credits.

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Computer Science

Computer Science (COMP SCIE BS)

120 Credits

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE  •  120 CREDITS  •  COMP SCIE BS

Our computer science program is designed to introduce students to topics ranging from algorithmic and applied theoretical foundations to cutting-edge developments in areas such as computer vision, artificial intelligence, modeling and simulation. Computer Science offers a comprehensive foundation that permits graduates to adapt to new technologies and new ideas while solving real world problems. Students will choose between three emerging specialties: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Theory and Algorithms or Gaming and Simulations.

*Either CSCI490 or TECH489 must be completed unless the experiential learning component is satisfied. An upper level technology substitution must be chosen if the experiential component is completed within a required course in the major.

**Consider adding the Mathematics Minor (MTHM) 23 credits with this degree program. Four of the required math courses (MATH205, MATH215, MATH250 and MATH350) are required in the foundations, the other two courses could be taken as part of the Open Elective Credits.

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Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems (CINFO SYS BS)

120 Credits

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE  •  120 CREDITS  •  CINFO SYS BS

The Computer Information Systems program is designed to educate students in a broad range of computer technology skills. Students will learn to work with leaders from functional areas to analyze information requirements and determine ways in which computer systems can meet those needs. Students will have a choice between four dynamic specialties: Database Analytics, Programming, Secure Software Development or Web and Mobile Development.

*Either CISP490 or TECH489 must be completed unless the experiential learning component is satisfied. An upper level technology substitution must be chosen if the experiential component is completed within a required course in the major.

 

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Urban STEM Education Secondary

Urban STEM Education Secondary (UE STEMSC BS)

120-121 Credits

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE  • 120-121 CREDITS  • UE STEMSC BS

The BS Urban STEM Education Secondary program focuses on training students to become teachers who provide equitable high-quality STEM education in the K-12 setting. Focus is on promoting the teaching methods that support active STEM engagement and teacher self-efficacy in urban settings. By embedding service-learning teaching experiences into the curriculum throughout each of the four program years, students will gain extensive practice in implementing culturally responsive teaching strategies proven to positively impact urban students’ outcomes in STEM. Students will select from one of five concentrations: Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Math or Physics to acquire deep discipline-specific knowledge which yields the required proficiencies to teach in their respective STEM content areas.

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Urban Stem Education Elementary

Urban Stem Education Elementary (UE STEMEL BS)

120-121 Credits

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE  • 120-121 CREDITS  • UE STEMEL BS

The BS Urban STEM Education Elementary program focuses on training students to become teachers who provide equitable high-quality STEM education in the K-8 setting. The focus is on promoting the teaching methods that support active STEM engagement and teacher self-efficacy in urban settings. By embedding service-learning teaching experiences into the curriculum throughout each of the four program years, students will gain extensive practice in implementing culturally responsive teaching strategies proven to positively impact urban students’ outcomes in STEM. Students in the Elementary major will have acquire a broad base of STEM knowledge for application in most classrooms. Additionally, they can complete the Integrated Science Concentration for deeper knowledge of STEM areas. 
 

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Health and Human Service Case Management (Completion Program - for Licensed Practical Nurses)

Health and Human Service Case Management (Completion Program - for Licensed Practical Nurses) (HHPN COM BS [PNCS])

120 Credits

Bachelor of Science | 120 credits | HHPN COM BS [PNCS]

For students who are a Licensed Practical Nurse

This program is designed for the Licensed Practical Nurse. The purpose of the Health and Human Service Case Management bachelor’s degree program at Davenport University is to prepare graduates for career advancement in the area of case management. The student will learn the components of case management including assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the care of a client across the continuum of care.

Preadmission Requirements:
•    Must possess a current/valid unencumbered Practical Nurse license.
•    Must have a Practical Nursing Diploma with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher from an accredited program.

To be prepared for success on the national certification exam and entry into the Health and Human Service Case Management profession, it is strongly recommended that students meet the most current catalog year requirements.
 

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Health and Human Service Case Management (Completion Program - for Students with Associate in Nursing)

Health and Human Service Case Management (Completion Program - for Students with Associate in Nursing) (HHNS COM BS [ADNS])

123 Credits

Bachelor of Science | 123 credits | HHNS COM BS [ADNS]

For students with an earned Associate degree in Nursing

This program is designed for an associate degree nurse. The purpose of the Health and Human Service Case Management bachelor’s degree program at Davenport University is to prepare graduates for career advancement in the area of case management. The student will learn the components of case management including assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the care of a client across the continuum of care.
Preadmission Requirements:

  • Must possess a current/valid unencumbered Registered Nurse license.
  • Must have an associate degree in nursing with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher from an accredited two-year community college program.

To be prepared for success on the national certification exam and entry into the Health and Human Service Case Management profession, it is strongly recommended that students meet the most current catalog year requirements.
 

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Health and Human Service Case Management (Completion Program - for Students with Associate in Allied Health)

Health and Human Service Case Management (Completion Program - for Students with Associate in Allied Health) (HHAH COM BS [AAHS])

120 Credits

Bachelor of Science | 120 credits | HHAH COM BS [AAHS]

For students with an earned Associate degree in Allied Health

This program is designed for current Allied Health Professionals, such as respiratory therapist, occupational therapy assistant, physical therapy assistant, medical assistant, mental health and social work technician/assistant professionals. The purpose of the Health and Human Service Case Management bachelor’s degree program at Davenport University is to prepare graduates for career advancement in the area of case management. The student will learn the components of case management including assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the care of a client across the continuum of care.
Preadmission Requirements:
•    Must possess a current active credential/license allowing them to be employed within their profession.
•    Must have an associate degree with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher from an accredited community college or two-year college program.

To be prepared for success on the national certification exam and entry into the Health and Human Service Case Management profession, it is strongly recommended that students meet the most current catalog year requirements.

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Health and Human Service Case Management

Health and Human Service Case Management (HHS C MGT BS)

120 Credits

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE  •  120 CREDITS  •  HHS C MGT BS

This program is designed to prepare the graduate for employment in areas focused on enhancing the physical and mental health and human services to diverse populations across the continuum of care. The student will learn the components of health and human service case management including assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating the services of a client to improve their quality of life.
Potential employment in entry-level non-clinical and non-management health positions for health and human services case management professionals may include community-based programs, health related social services, mental health organizations, rehabilitation agencies, disability services, government agencies and integrated health care systems. The graduate is eligible to take the Certified Case Managers (CCM) Exam and the Human Services Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP) Exam. Specialties are designed to assist students needing or desiring a more focused area of interest.

To be prepared for success on the national certification exam and entry into the Health and Human Service Case Management profession, it is strongly recommended that students meet the most current catalog year requirements.

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