DeVry University, a private for-profit university, is a division of DeVry, Inc.
DeVry University has more than 80,000 students. DeVry University has over 90 campuses throughout North America and also provides online education. The school reports it works closely with business leaders to develop a curriculum which meets the needs of top businesses.
DeVry University provides programs covering 34 career fields. The university provides undergraduate and graduate degree programs in fields such as science, computer information systems, network and communications management, technology, the arts, business and management. Professional graduate degrees are available in business, health information technology and office management.
With an online program, I can work full time and still manage to get good grades. My GPA is higher than it was in high school and when I first started college. I have less distractions with an online course than I did on campus. During my experience online, I found myself actually paying attention and doing the work to learn, not to just complete it and get it turned in on time. I'm more focused. I have the ability to explore more of my career interest through my online course. I get to meet and connect with different people throughout my journey without risking missing class or getting caught up in drama like I did when I was on campus. I learned a lot about myself, and I've grown a lot. Choosing an online school was the best decision I've made so far.— Chantell, S., BS in Business Administration , DeVry University
DeVry University has five colleges: Engineering & Information Sciences; Business & Management; Liberal Arts & Sciences; Health Sciences; and Media Arts & Technology.
The Keller Graduate School of Management provides the following master's degree programs:
- Accounting & Financial Management
- Business Administration
- Information Systems Management
- Human Resources Management
- Project Management
- Network & Communications Management
- Public Administration