DeVry University has been inspired by the evolution of both education and technology for more than 85 years. As our world grows ever more digital, it should come as no surprise that we are committed to equipping students with the technical skills they need to pursue a future across a variety of tech-based careers, from network technician to cloud support specialist to field service technician.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) states that computer and information technology jobs are projected to grow 11% on a national level in the decade ending in 2029, which surpasses expectations for most other occupations. This translates into more than 531,000 new jobs across the U.S. Key drivers of this growth include on-demand access to computing resources through the internet, known as cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT), which is the connection of everyday items to the internet, among other industrial uses.
To help students prepare for positions in these high-tech fields, we are pleased to announce the launch of two undergraduate certificate programs, offered entirely online:
These programs demonstrate our ongoing commitment to offering stackable credentials designed to help students chart their own path by gaining vital industry skills that they may take to the workplace now, and then build upon later to further their education.
If you decide to pursue a bachelor’s degree at DeVry, the credits you earn from your certificate will count for 1/3 of the total credits needed to earn your degree.
Read on to learn more about our new undergraduate certificate programs.
Assess businesses to determine their data center needs
Evaluate existing resources and infrastructures
Configure and deploy customized cloud-based systems
Monitor cloud-based systems for security weaknesses and provide solutions
Better yet, no experience is required to enroll in this program. Our Tech Core classes provide a broad foundation for everyone, regardless of your level of expertise.
Here is a quick summary of our Cloud Computing certificate program:
1 Year + 4 Months1
Courses cover such topics as programming, information systems security, converged networks, data center virtualization and web architecture.
Prepare for certification opportunities including CompTIA IT Fundamentals, CompTIA Linux+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Cloud+, CompTIA Security+.
Ready to learn more about how cloud computing can help businesses boost their productivity? Get more details about our Cloud Computing undergraduate certificate program.
Integrating IoT infrastructure with industrial ventures
Developing infrastructures for networks and individual devices
Creating, deploying and operating converged networks and dedicated IoT systems
Troubleshooting issues and implementing solutions
Like our other undergraduate tech certificates, this can be an excellent choice for those who are just entering the IoT field. Our programs are designed to get you up to speed on the latest tech trends, even if you have little to no experience in the industry.
Additional details on our IoT certificate program include:
1 Year + 4 Months1
Courses cover a wide variety of topics, including programming, operating systems, digital devices, industrial IoT and information security for mobile devices
Prepare for certification opportunities including Comp TIA IT Fundamentals, Comp TIA Linux+, Comp TIA Network+, Comp TIA Cloud+, Comp TIA Security+, Comp TIA A+.
Are you excited by the possibilities of the next generation of device connectivity? Learn more about our Internet of Things undergraduate certificate program.
Upon completion of your first semester, qualify for a one-time grant of $500.
These core courses offer the primary skills you need to pursue new opportunities in today’s tech marketplace. Whether you’re a natural-born tech guru or this is your first foray into the field, these classes help you build a strong foundation.
With your IoT kit, you’ll have access to the microprocessors, sensors and cloud based tools needed to build basic IoT systems. This gives you access to the real-world, hands-on practice you require.
The credits you earn with your Cloud Computing or Internet of Things certificate won’t go to waste. In fact, if you decide to further your education at DeVry, all of your certificate credits will apply to your bachelor’s degree. Just choose a bachelor’s in Information Technology and Networking with a specialization in Cloud-Based Networking and Virtualization (if you earned a Cloud Computing certificate) or Mobile and Networked Devices (if you earned an IoT certificate), and your certificate will count for a full third of your degree.
1Not including breaks. Assumes year-round, full-time enrollment. Additional program information may be found on our Degree Programs page.
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