Explore our IT Degree Programs

Whether the systems are central to healthcare, manufacturing, electronics or computers, skilled information technology professionals are needed to design, run, and maintain the technology that helps these industries to function successfully. If you're pursuing a career that requires the skills of an IT degree holder, DeVry University can help with bachelor’s degree programs designed to prepare you with in-depth knowledge and hands-on use of today's information technology.

Whether you're looking to engineer technology, protect networks or write code, you can choose a field of study that’s the right fit for your talents and professional goals at DeVry. DeVry offers a range of relevant IT degrees online and on campus for you to consider. Certain programs offer one or more distinct specializations to help you further align your learning with your interests.

When you pursue an IT degree from DeVry, you can become a part of our 85+ year history of innovation through technology. Explore below to learn more about information technology degree programs at DeVry University.

Pursue your passion with an IT degree

DeVry offers you chance to earn an associate or bachelor’s degree in the field of information technology from a university that has helped hundreds of thousands of students prepare to meet the challenges of the modern workplace.  At DeVry University, our IT degree programs* are designed to help you acquire the kind of problem-solving skills you can use to pursue your passion and build a technology career.

  • Information Technology: When you specialize in Information Technology at DeVry, you have the chance to gain a solid foundation in essential technologies and technical skills, as well as a well-rounded business education with your bachelor’s degree in Management or Technical Management. Gain working and certifiable knowledge of basic networks and configuration, learn to identify and prevent security threats, and understand the planning strategies and management principals involved in IT infrastructure.

    Learn more about DeVry University's Information Technology degree specialization.

  • Biomedical Engineering Technology: As the role of technology in healthcare continues to expand and the healthcare industry continues to grow, skilled biomedical engineers who can apply computer information technology to biomedical data will be needed. When you earn a Biomedical Engineering Technology bachelor's degree at DeVry University, you'll have a chance to gain essential engineering skills, an understanding of biological processes and the first-hand experience IT degree holder.

    Learn more about DeVry University's Biomedical Engineering Technology degree program.
  • Electronics Engineering Technology: From computer systems analysts to IT business consultants to electronics developers, EET graduates have worked to develop a highly specialized knowledge of information technology, bringing software and hardware together through the study of electrical circuitry. DeVry University's electronics engineering technology bachelor's degree program can help prepare you to apply information technology skills to developing and implementing electronics technology in a range of career fields.

    Learn more about DeVry University's Electronics Engineering Technology degree program.
  • Computer Information Systems: Wherever computing technology is at work, IT plays an active role in the way software and computer systems are implemented. With a computer information systems bachelor's degree from DeVry University, you'll be prepared to apply your knowledge of computer science, business, and project management principles and techniques, as well as your specialized skills as an IT degree holder.

    Learn more about DeVry University's Computer Information Systems degree program.
  • Network and Communications Management: The modern business landscape relies on connectivity across organizations, industries and the globe. DeVry’s network and communications management degree program can expose you to the next-generation of network tools you can use to connect people via VoIP, video, smart phones and more. The program offers two specialized tracks (availability varies by location) so you can prepare for an industry-recognized certification as you pursue your IT career ambitions.

    Learn more about DeVry University’s Network and Communications Management degree program.

*Program availability varies by location.

Program Coursework

On-campus and online IT degree courses

DeVry University's information technology degree programs can help you develop a strong foundation in core IT and business concepts. Our programs are designed to produce graduates who are able to use real-world applications to solve business and technical problems, and demonstrate leadership, innovation and decision-making skills. The following represents some of the core and specialized coursework our technology students may experience.

Program and course availability varies by location. Some courses, including those required for some specializations, may be available online only. However, in some programs, some courses may not be taken online. Learn which IT degree programs are available online.

Introduction To Business Technology

Principals Of Information Security

Electronics Circuits And Devices With Lab

Converged Networks

Introduction To Business Technology

This course introduces business and the environments in which businesses operate. Students examine the roles of major functional areas of business and interrelationships among them. Organizational theories and techniques are examined, and economic, cultural, political and technological factors affecting business organizations are evaluated.

Principals Of Information Security

This course provides a broad overview of information systems security in organizations. Topics include security concepts and mechanisms; mandatory and discretionary controls; basic cryptography and its applications; intrusion detection and prevention; information systems assurance; and anonymity and privacy. Various types of controls used in information systems, as well as security issues surrounding the computer and computer-generated data, are also addressed.

Electronics Circuits And Devices With Lab

This three-course sequence is designed to introduce and then expand on students’ knowledge of electrical circuit analysis, and electronic circuit analysis and design. Emphasis is on AC analysis of circuits consisting of passive elements, and coursework incorporates techniques such as total impedance and phasor diagrams. Rectifiers and power supply circuits are also covered.

Converged Networks

Focused on the foundations for current and emerging networks that deliver voice, data, and video/imaging through various technologies, this course explores core switching, broadband, edge access, Internet protocol telephony, adding packet capabilities to circuit-switched networks, 3G solutions, presence-enabled communications, and security and troubleshooting.

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