With DeVry University and our Keller Graduate School of Management, there are many paths to pursue your degree in accounting.
Associate in Accounting +
Teaches basic business concepts and tactics, as well as interpersonal skills for competency in entry-level positions.
Bachelor's in Accounting +
Immerses you in the field of business by providing a strong foundation in accounting and economics through hands-on experience and industry knowledge.
Bachelor's in Business Administration with a specialization in Accounting +
Focuses on general education and core business courses for students just getting started on their educational journey.
Bachelor's in Management with a specialization in Accounting +
Offers a variety of technology and management courses for students interested in learning supervisory or management skills.
Bachelor's in Technical Management with a specialization in Accounting +
Designed with the transfer student in mind, this program takes previous work and educational experience into account. Leverage an array of elective courses to tailor your coursework to your specific business interests.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Accounting + +
Enhance your CPA credential with an MBA. Earn your MBA while preparing for the CPA Exam through our MBA + CPA Preparation option.
Master in Accounting + +
Prepare for the CPA Exam, while earning a Master's degree in Accounting.
Master of Accounting & Financial Management + +
Pursue a professional designation that aligns with your interests with our Master’s of Accounting and Financial Management.
Graduate Certificate in Accounting +
Offers flexibility to develop expertise in a distinct focus without completing a full degree.
Graduate Certificate in CPA Preparation - Professional Leadership Track + +
Addresses advanced accounting competencies and specialties towards becoming a Certified Public Accountant.
Graduate Certificate in CPA Preparation - Advanced Accounting Track + +
Designed to help you earn the credentials and core competencies that you need to pursue CPA licensure.