Whatever your student's interests and unique abilities there could be an in-demand career in his or her future. Use our career guides to help students research potential career paths:
Explore the degree programs available at DeVry University. Students can choose from associate and bachelor's, degree programs within five distinguished colleges—Business & Management, Engineering & Information Sciences, Health Sciences, Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Media Arts & Technology. No matter the field, earning a degree at DeVry University can help open doors and prepare students for career success.
Discover how DeVry University's career services team can help students find a job in their chosen field and prepare for a lifetime of career success. From student co-op positions, to resumé writing and interview guidance, to preparing for a great career after graduation.
At DeVry University, we understand the challenges facing teachers today, including lack of resources and increased pressure on all fronts. We partner with corporations that are leaders in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to provide STEM-related tools and resources for high school educators to help engage and excite students while introducing them to the possibilities that STEM has to offer beyond the textbook.
Learn more about getting your students STEM ready, with career assemblies and HerWorld events, which inspire thousands of high school girls each year about STEM through interactive workshops and by learning the story of other women in STEM careers.
DeVry University offers a complimentary ACT/SAT Prep workshop* for high school students as well as two programs—Passport2College* and Advantage Academy*—designed to give your students a feel for college-level instruction and the opportunity to earn college credit at no cost while still in high school.
*Availability varies by location.
Includes those students employed at graduation or who were actively seeking employment in jobs related to their field of study, as determined by DeVry University Career Services. Does not include students who were not actively seeking employment or did not self-report information on employment status.
In the 2014-2015 award year (7/1/14 to 6/30/15), DeVry will make $75 million available for scholarships and grants to new and continuing students who meet merit and need-based qualifications. For full details, visit devry.edu/scholarships
Based on PayScale.com study commissioned by DeVry University. Data for the study was collected in 2012 and compared reported earnings for 2010 graduates. 73,309 bachelor’s degree graduates reported earnings including 620 DeVry graduates. Self-reported information may not reflect actual earnings and may not be representative of earnings of individuals that do not supply information. Results may not be statistically significant. Comparative data includes private not-for-profit schools, private for-profit schools, and public schools.
Each year, thousands of our grads find themselves right where they want to be—employed in their field of study. As a university accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, with career-focused programs and a supportive career services team, DeVry University is committed to preparing students for their chosen career.