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As a student at DeVry University, you have opportunities to take advantage of many ways to learn. Choose from a range of career-focused, real-world adult education degree programs, experience a variety of class environments to complement your learning style and tailor your schedule to fit your busy life with our eight-week academic sessions offered year round. Whether you take courses on campus, online or in one of our innovative extended classrooms; our faculty will be there to support you. Program, course, and extended classroom availability vary by location.

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Is Keller an Accredited School?

How Long Will My Graduate Program Take?

Are Any Career Services Available?

What is the Cost of a Graduate Program?

Is Keller an Accredited School?

A hallmark of a DeVry University education is the institutional accreditation the University has been granted from The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation. The in-depth accreditation process provides assurance that rigorous standards of quality have been met in several areas such as curriculum, faculty and student support. In other words, when you attend Keller, you can expect to receive a quality graduate school education from a credible university.

How Long Will My Graduate Program Take?

Because the required number of credit hours varies by program, the length of time it takes for someone to earn their master’s degree at Keller can vary too. Our MBA program requires 16 courses, and our Specialized Master's Degree Programs require 13 - 15 courses. Depending on the program you select and the pace you prefer, you might take one or two classes per 8-week session. 

You may be able accelerate the journey to your master’s degree using a combination of approved transfer credits, course waivers* and/or credit for professional training, and satisfy the requirements for up to six courses.

For example, if you’ve earned an undergraduate degree in business or a related field, you may have satisfied the requirements for up to four courses in a master’s degree program at Keller through our Master’s Advantage. To learn more about Master’s Advantage and other ways to earn credit for what you’ve already achieved, visit Keller’s Course Waivers and Transfer Credits page.

*Waiver availability varies by location.

Are Any Career Services Available?

Whether you're working to move ahead in your field or looking to pursue an entirely new career, Keller’s career services resources have helped thousands of master's degree and graduate certificate holders get started or further develop their careers. Improve your resume, establish networking contacts, and pursue opportunities in your field after graduation. No matter where your master's degree takes you, Keller has tools, resources and advisors to help you achieve your career goals.

What is the Cost of a Graduate Program?

We work to help master’s degree programs at Keller Graduate School of Management be more affordable with a variety of ways to manage tuition costs, including our Dennis Keller Scholarship*. To learn more about tuition costs, financial aid and scholarship awards you may qualify for, see our Tuition and Financial Aid page.

*Must meet eligibility requirements. Full details at

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