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Multiple Technology Programs. Multiple Career Pathways.

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Choose from Three Areas of Interest

Engineering Technology

Information Technology

Software Information Systems

Engineering Technology

Our Engineering Technology (ET) programs are about transforming simple devices into smart devices. You’ll learn to create, maintain and interface control systems, digital devices and sensors that gather data to make more efficient and intelligent workplace.

ASSOCIATE

Information Technology & Networking

Electronics & Computer Technology

BACHELORS

Electronics Engineering Technology

Engineering Technology - Electronics

Computer Engineering Technology

Engineering Technology - Computers

Biomedical Engineering Technology

Information Technology

Our Information Technology (IT) programs are about storing, moving and securing data. It’s the core of all technology systems. You’ll learn to create, maintain and protect the connections that allow business to be conducted around the globe via secured networks.

ASSOCIATE

Information Technology & Networking

Network Systems Administration

BACHELORS

Information Technology and Networking

Network Communications Management

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Questions? Tech Degrees FAQ

What Are Some Career Options in Engineering Technology?

What Can I Learn In Engineering and Information Sciences?

How Will DeVry Professors Teach My Tech Courses?

Are Engineering and Information Sciences Courses Online?

What Related Graduate Programs Does DeVry Offer?

What Are Some Career Options in Engineering Technology?

With a degree in computer engineering technology, you can prepare for a number of exciting career fields, such as application engineering, manufacturing, software engineering and more. With a degree in electronics engineering technology, you can gain the skills to help prepare you to pursue a future as a test engineer, electronics technician, computer systems analyst and more.

What Can I Learn In Engineering and Information Sciences?

The courses within DeVry University’s College of Engineering and Information Sciences span a broad range of topics related to information technology, computer science, network systems and more. Your particular coursework will depend on the field of study you choose as well as any degree specialization you pursue. Examples of core learning areas for engineering and information sciences students can range from database development and analysis, to information systems security, to web game development and beyond.

How Will DeVry Professors Teach My Tech Courses?

At DeVry, our technology professors know tech like hardware, software and equipment because they're techies themselves. They're determined to deliver working knowledge today to help you make difference in the tech world tomorrow. Learn More

Are Engineering and Information Sciences Courses Online?

Yes, many engineering and information sciences courses are offered online. In fact, the option to earn a degree online from DeVry’s College of Engineering and Information Sciences is offered by both of the associate degree programs and all of our bachelor degree programs except for our bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology, which is not available online.

All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.

What Related Graduate Programs Does DeVry Offer?

Once you earn your bachelor's degree, you may find you're ready to advance your education even further. Whether you're interested in earning a Master's Degree in Information Systems Management or Network & Communications Management through DeVry's Keller Graduate School of Management, our graduate degree programs are designed to help you develop a valuable edge in the world of computer science and technology management. Learn More

1 All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.

2 Must declare a specialization by 30 credit hours for associate degree programs and 60 credit hours for bachelor’s degree programs.

3 As part of this program, one complimentary laptop is provided to students enrolled in the Associate of Information Technology and Networking, Bachelor’s of Information Technology and Networking, Bachelor’s of Software Development, Bachelor’s of Electronics Engineering Technology/Engineering Technology – Electronics and Bachelor’s of Computer Information Systems. The laptop is issued during the student’s second session. Certain restrictions apply.