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Students who meet Davenport's requirements in the following program areas will be eligible for additional education benefits if they are unable to obtain employment within six months of graduation. NOTE: The criteria listed below are best practices for all students seeking to position themselves for career success. Students in programs OTHER than those listed below should acknowledge awareness as new academic programs are added annually.
Accounting BBA - From 2014 forward
Honors Professional Accountancy
Network Management & Security, BS - From 2016 forward
Fraud Investigation | Network Security
Network Management & Design | Server Administration
Computer Networking Technology| Advanced CISCO Networking
Nursing, BSN Pre-licensure - From 2016 forward
Pending ability to pass Nursing Board exam
Computer Information Systems - Fall 2018
Database & Analytics
Secure Software Development
Web and Mobil Development
Computer Science, BS - Fall 2018
Gaming and Simulation
Computer Architecture & Algorithms
To be eligible for this program, all students in these programs must acknowledge that they understand the following criteria and benefits once accepted into the program.
Davenport University Commitment:
For students who have achieved the standards of this agreement and are not employed within six (6) months of graduation, Davenport University will offer any and all of the following items based on an assessment of student need:
- Evaluation of student development areas and creation of an action plan to address those areas.
- Up to three (3) semesters of undergraduate courses not to exceed 16 credits per semester to enhance the existing degree in the student’s chosen field, which covers the cost of tuition up to the maximum of 16 credits (a value of ~ $32,000 based upon 2016 tuition rates) and does not include the cost of textbooks, course fees, residence hall or living accommodations, or fees for taking certification tests.
- Continued engagement in on-campus and off-campus recruiting opportunities relative to the student’s professional area.