In 1931, DeVry identified a real need for tech-empowered, career-focused education and established what would later become known as DeVry University. Then, in 1973, Keller and Taylor saw the need to serve working adults and the companies that employed them through graduate education. Despite being decades apart, these visionary educators set the course for DeVry University and its Keller Graduate School of Management.
Since then, our priority has been to provide students with innovative education that helps prepare them for the rapidly changing world of business. Today, DeVry and Keller faculty and students carry on our founders’ inventive spirit, focusing on real-world problem-solving and hands-on solutions. We’re always moving forward—maintaining a pioneering approach to education, and welcoming new opportunities to explore and discover.