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Tech Path Savings

20% Savings1 and Tech-Forward Learning

At DeVry, we’ve put technology at the core of everything we do through a distinctive teaching approach we call Tech Path, seamlessly integrating it into our degree programs in business, tech and health. When you choose a Tech Path program, you can gain project-based learning experiences designed to teach you how to integrate people, process, data and devices to solve problems in today’s business world.

We want to help our students stand out with a tech-centered education and the right skillsets employers are searching for, to help distinguish DeVry University and our graduates. So we’re proud to offer our Tech Path Associate and Bachelor’s degree programs to new students at a 20% savings1.

1Tech Path Associate and Bachelor’s degree programs are offered to new students at the cost of $487 per credit hour, which is 20% lower than our Non Tech Path rate at $609. 20% savings is applicable to those who apply after 4/21/2017. New Tech Path pricing savings do not apply to certificate programs.

Tuition Rate Eligibility

To be eligible for the Tech Path tuition rate, you must be enrolled in a Tech Path degree or certificate program at DeVry University. Tech Path Associate and Bachelor’s degree programs and undergraduate certificates are offered to new students at the cost of $487 per credit hour, which is 20% lower than our Non Tech Path rate at $609. 20% savings is applicable to those who apply after 4/21/2017.

The Tech Path tuition rate of $487 per credit hour will be charged for the following programs:

Medical Billing & Coding Certificate
Website Design Certificate2
Website Development Certificate2
Associate in Electronics and Computer Technology
Associate in Health Information Technology
Associate in Network Systems Administration
Bachelor’s in Accounting
Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering Technology
Bachelor’s in Engineering Technology - Computers
Bachelor's in Computer Information Systems
Bachelor's in Electronics Engineering Technology
Bachelor’s in Engineering Technology - Electronics
Bachelor’s in Healthcare Administration
Bachelor's in Management
Bachelor's in Multimedia Design & Development
Bachelor's in Network and Communications Management
Bachelor's in Technical Management

The $609 credit hour rate will be charged for the following non-Tech Path programs:

Bachelor’s in Biomedical Engineering Technology
Bachelor’s in Business Administration
Bachelor’s in Communication
Bachelor’s in Justice Administration

If you have a corporate partner group tuition rate, check with your education benefits coordinator for more details on how you may take advantage of the Tech Path rate and your partner tuition savings benefits.

For current or continuing students3, fees and tuition rates will not change. Current and continuing students will maintain their scholarship and grant awards as well as the Fixed Tuition Promise if they maintain their eligibility for those awards. To review your option for Tech Path tuition, contact your Student Support Advisor and set up a financial plan review no later than August 25, 2017 to compare the costs associated with your current pricing versus the Tech Path tuition rate. To review your option for Tech Path tuition for the July 2017 session, the deadline is June 30, 2017. If Tech Path current or continuing students, or a non-Tech Path current or continuing students want to transfer to a Tech Path degree or certificate program, they may opt in to the Tech Path rate. By opting in, the current or continuing students' Fixed Tuition Promise and Scholarship eligibility will expire, and they will not be eligible for the Opportunity Grant. Additionally, students must sign a Tuition Rate Change form, and a Student Service Fee of $25 per session and a one-time $400 LMS Access Fee will be charged.

2 The complimentary course offered in the third semester for Web Design and Web Development Certificate programs will no longer be offered for new students effective July 2017 session and forward.

3 Check with a Student Support Advisor to determine if you are a current/continuing student.