Enhance your career or transition to a new one.
From training Army Air Corps instructors on electronic devices in the 1940s to being one of the first schools approved to accept the original G.I. Bill following WWII, DeVry University has been educating and supporting America's military personnel and the veteran community for many years. Today, we help veteran and military students make higher education a reality through year-round scheduling, distance learning, and degree programs that provide a solid foundation for career success.
Explore below to learn more about the options veteran and military students have at DeVry University. Then request more information and talk to an advisor today.
Degree Programs in a Variety of Fields
Whether you're a first-time or continuing education student looking to add a bachelor's degree or a master's degree to your résumé, DeVry University can give you the skills and experience you may need to succeed throughout your military career and beyond.
DeVry University offers veteran and military students career education with degree programs in these leading fields (and many more):
» Electronics Engineering Technology
» Game & Simulation Programming
» Technical Management (degree completion) with a specialty in Criminal Justice
» Network & Communications Management
Earning your degree while serving in the military or after you transition out of the military is a goal that's within reach with DeVry University's online learning options. You can complete your degree program online, without ever visiting a classroom. Or, you may choose to take courses on campus at any one of our nationwide locations—whatever works best with your schedule and your life.
Note: Program availability varies by location.
Transfer Credit & Tuition Assistance
As a military student, you may be eligible to transfer up to 92 credit hours of qualified military coursework and other post-secondary education credits toward your DeVry University degree program. In addition, you may be eligible for the military's tuition assistance programs or a veteran grant.
» Learn more about DeVry University's admission requirements for military students.