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NEW for Fall 2010! Technology Management BS Degree Program
The NEW Technology Management BS degree program is designed to prepare students for a variety of management positions related to Information Technology (IT). This unique program integrates in-depth project management concepts with instruction in business and technology foundations. Students complete one of three technical specialty options in Networking, Computer Information Systems (CIS), or Information Security; tying a technical specialty to a project management major will make students more marketable in today’s ever changing environment. Students may also choose to prepare for the Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) exam or to participate in a Project Management Internship.
DU’s Technology Management graduates are technology leaders with project management expertise who possess general knowledge in one or more of three technical specialty areas. These graduates are prepared to manage technical staff and work with leadership to identify and provide solutions for the information technology needs of organizations.
Representative Job Titles
Information Systems Manager
IT Project Manager
Process Development Manager
Product Development Manager
Davenport Unveils New Downtown Center with Open House
Stop by Davenport University's new Downtown Center in Grand Rapids for an Open House on June 14, 15 or 17 for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship, tour the new facility and meet the faculty!
DU Rugby wins 2011 National Championship
Congratulations, Panthers! In its first year in Division 1, the Davenport rugby team has won the national championship.
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Fifty two students from Davenport's W.A. Lettinga, Holland and Kalamazoo campuses qualified and represented the University at this Conference. Students received eight first place awards and a record-breaking 71 finalists in the top ten.