Overview of the College of Engineering & Information Sciences
Anyone interested in engineering schools should consider DeVry University, as we have been an engineering and computing technology powerhouse for over 80 years. We offered one of the nation's first undergraduate degree programs in electronics engineering technology. Prospective students interested in engineering schools should be aware that we remain at the forefront of technology-based education. Our career-oriented curriculum combined with intensive laboratory assignments fosters a collaborative learning environment that prepares our students for the real world.
The College of Engineering & Information Sciences offers the following degree programs. Unless otherwise noted, all degree programs are available online1.
Associate Degree Programs
Bachelor's Degree Programs
Biomedical Engineering Technology (not available online)
Computer Engineering Technology
Computer Information Systems with specializations in:
Health Information Systems
Information Systems Security
Systems Analysis and Integration
Web Development and Administration
Web Game Programming
Electronics Engineering Technology with a specialization in:
Game and Simulation Programming
Network and Communications Management
Master's Degree Programs
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Note: Program availability varies by location.
A leader in technology-based education for over 80 years, DeVry University prepares you for in-demand, respected engineering and information science careers in a wide variety of specialties.
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DeVry University works with engineering, computer, and technology leaders to design programs that produce graduates who meet their needs. DeVry provides students not only with communication and teamwork skills but also with more of the computer applications and systems integration skills that today's employers seek.
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Flexible, Career-Focused Education
DeVry University offers a number of advantages compared to other engineering schools:
- Accelerated associate, bachelor's, and master's degree programs, based on a year-round course schedule
- Experiential learning that brings the real world into the classroom
- Accessible faculty with professional credentials and real-world experience
- The ultimate flexibility of an engineering or information science degree earned online1
Students may continue their education by earning a master's degree in Electrical Engineering through the College of Engineering & Information Sciences. Or they may continue their education with a graduate degree program at DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management, which offers the following program areas of study:
Whatever your choice, all of Keller's master's degree programs are designed to provide graduates with the credentials and real-world learning experience required to hold leadership positions in some of the fastest-growing fields and industries in the marketplace.
Whether you are looking to attend a traditional campus or an online university, DeVry University is the place where you can gain the skills, credentials, and respect you need to succeed in the world of engineering and information science. The proof is in the numbers. By earning your degree with DeVry, you have an opportunity at a best in class career outcome: In 2012, 90% of DeVry University graduates actively seeking employment had careers in their field within 6 months of graduation.*
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1 Excluding programs offered at New York locations.
* Figure based on 2012 graduates self-reporting data to DeVry University Career Services who were employed at graduation or actively seeking employment in their field after graduation. Does not include graduates who were not actively seeking employment, as determined by DeVry University Career Services, or who did not report data on employment status to DeVry University Career Services.