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Keller Master's Advantage

Capitalize on What You've Already Achieved

 
4 fewer courses = 8 fewer months = up to $9000 in savings

At Keller Graduate School of Management, your academic experience matters. If you’ve earned an undergraduate degree in business or a related field, you may have satisfied the requirements for up to four courses in a master’s degree program at Keller. We call this our Master’s Advantage – with these course waivers, you can take fewer courses and put your master’s degree to work for you even sooner.

Eligibility for the Keller Master’s Advantage program is evaluated on a course-by-course basis, or based on a body of knowledge. The program allows you to earn your master’s degree by completing just 11 to 12 courses instead of the standard 14 to 16 courses. This could save you up to 8 months of time in your program and approximately $9,000 in tuition.*

Course Waiver Eligibility

To qualify for waivers based on a body of knowledge, students must have:

  • Completed an undergraduate or graduate degree in a relevant discipline from a DeVry-recognized university within 10 years of the date of application for the master’s degree program at Keller
  • Earned a cumulative GPA of 3.00 at the time of graduation in their prior relevant degree program

To qualify for course waivers based on evaluation of individual courses, students must have:

  • Completed a DeVry-recognized undergraduate degree and the course(s) to be considered for a waiver within 10 years of the date of application for the master’s degree program at Keller
  • Earned a B (3.00) or higher in each course evaluated for waiver consideration

Request more information on the Keller Master's Advantage program.

*Students attending certain DeVry locations are not eligible for course waivers based on undergraduate coursework; however, such students are eligible for course waivers based on graduate/professional degrees or CPA certifications. Students attending a Missouri location may be awarded waivers for no more than 25% of the program’s credit hours.