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When you enroll at DeVry University or our Keller Graduate School of Management, you can prepare for the challenges of the modern workplace and to make an impact in your chosen field. Browse our variety of on-campus and online degree programs, including certificates, associate, bachelor’s, master’s and MBA degree programs.

In our degree programs you can:

  • Expand your skillset with tech-infused, experiential learning
  • Study 100% online or take select classes at one of our 40+ campus locations with our hybrid format
  • Access your coursework anytime, anywhere with our flexible learning tools and mobile app
  • Get one-on-one support with 24/7 on-demand tutoring1
  • Earn your degree from an accredited university2

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Whether you know exactly where you're heading, or you're still planning your next steps, it all starts with a simple conversation. Let’s talk.


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Want to know more about our onsite and online college courses? Check out our courses by area of interest.

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Dynamic Online Learning

Through our learning management platform, you can find all your course information online, from assignment due dates to discussion topics. Read about class objectives and review key concepts from each week’s materials. Engage in discussions with professors and classmates to help grow communication skills. Our online college courses are designed to keep you interested and focused on what you're learning.

Flexible Education Options

At DeVry and Keller, flexibility means more than just our ability to offer onsite and online college courses. It also means convenient 8-week sessions; full- and part-time schedule options; on-demand learning resources such as tutoring1 and digital library services; and the ability to access your courses 24/7 via our mobile app. When it comes to earning online college degrees, we know flexibility is key.

You're Never Alone in Earning an Online Degree at DeVry

Choosing to pursue a degree is a big decision. It’s natural to feel nervous when trying something new, which for some people means earning a degree online. The good news is that online degree programs need not be intimidating. At DeVry, we support our students with their online college courses each and every step of the way. You will never be alone in your educational journey.

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Dedicated Student Support Advisors

DeVry’s Student Support Advisors are dedicated to student success. From arranging online college courses to coordinating study plans to simply checking in to see how things are going, your Student Support Advisor will always have your back.

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Personalized Career Services

Your DeVry Career Services Advisor will get to know you, your career goals and aspirations. Well before graduation, your Career Services Advisor will work with you on things like developing a personal brand, polishing your resume, optimizing your LinkedIn profile, and providing interview coaching when the time is right. They are here to help your job search.

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24-7 Student Support

Busy adults in online degree programs often must find the time to study whenever they can. We get that. That’s why we offer 24/7 live tutoring any time our students need it.

3 Reasons to Earn a Degree

There are many reasons people enroll in online degree programs. For some it’s career advancement, for others it’s the hope of increased earning potential, for still others it’s the fulfillment of a lifelong dream.

1. New Career Opportunities

Graduates of degree programs can benefit from more career opportunities. Many jobs require at least a bachelor’s degree to be considered. Earning a college degree can open many doors that would otherwise be shut.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics3:

  • Those with a Bachelor's degree earn, on average, 60% more per week than those with only a high school diploma.
  • Graduates with a Master’s degree earn nearly double the weekly amount of high school grads.

2. Less Likely to be Unemployed

Earning a college degree can help you weather the storm when times get tough. For example, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate was 2 percent for college graduates, and 3.8 percent for high school graduates in January 2020.4

3. Personal Fulfillment

Last but not least, earning a college degree fulfills a personal passion and lifelong dream for many people. A bachelor’s degree is an accomplishment that, in 2016, only 33 percent of Americans can claim5.  It can be a source of great pride and satisfaction for graduates and their families.

FAQS: On Campus and Online Degree Programs


Are online degrees accredited?

Absolutely! Many online degree programs are accredited, including DeVry, which is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org. HLC is a national agency that accredits U.S. colleges and universities at the institutional level and is recognized by both the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Accreditation provides assurance to the public and to prospective students that standards of quality have been met.


What are the four types of degrees?

Among both traditional and online degrees, the four types of degrees that are typically offered include associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees.

Associate Degree
An associate degree is the first level among college degree programs and can help prepare students for entry-level positions in a variety of fields. An associate degree usually takes approximately two years to complete, but can require less time with qualifying transfer credits. DeVry offers associate degree programs in technology, business, and healthcare.

Bachelor’s Degree
A bachelor's degree is the next step up in college degree programs. Typically, a four-year program, a bachelor’s degree is known as an undergraduate degree and can help prepare graduates for either entry-level or more advanced employment. Generally, a bachelor's degree is required to advance to a graduate degree program, such as a master’s degree.  DeVry offers bachelor’s degree programs in technology, business, accounting, healthcare, liberal arts and media arts.

Master’s Degree
A master's degree is considered a graduate degree program and typically requires that a student focus on a specific area of study. Generally, a master’s degree program takes 1-2 years to graduate. Some master's degree programs include a thesis or capstone project that students must complete to graduate. A master's degree can help prepare graduates for more advanced or executive-level career paths. DeVry offers master’s degree programs in technology, business, accounting and healthcare.

Doctoral Degree
A doctoral degree represents the highest level of degree program achievement and is often referred to as a “terminal degree.” Typically, a doctoral degree program builds off of a master’s degree program and requires a master’s degree for a student to be admitted. A doctoral degree program can take several years to complete and can include a dissertation or major research project. Graduates of doctoral degree programs are often considered experts in their fields. Currently, DeVry does not offer doctoral degree programs.


Are online degree programs worth it?

Investing in online degree programs can be very worthwhile. Not only do online degrees offer increased convenience and flexibility for busy students, but earning a college degree can pay off in terms of expanded career opportunities3.


What are the best online college degrees?

The best online college degree is the one that most closely aligns with your career passions and aspirations. While that differs for each of us, at DeVry, some of our more popular online degree programs include Medical Billing and Coding, Business and Management, and Information Technology and Networking.


Are there online classes or hybrid classes available for me to take?

If you choose to pursue a degree, we offer both hybrid and online classes. This way you can choose which option works better for you. Our hybrid classes give you the opportunity to have face-to-face time as well as having the benefits of taking online classes. Or, if you choose to, you can also take our programs 100% online. Certain DeVry programs require students to successfully complete practicum or clinical coursework at an affiliated healthcare site.


Does DeVry offer any online tutoring?

Yes! If you have any questions or need some assistance, we offer 24/7 on-demand tutoring1, allowing you to connect on numerous topics or receive writing assistance, all online.


Will my credits from a previous university transfer?

When you pursue your degree please feel free to contact an admissions representative and we can schedule a transfer credit evaluation and see what qualifying credits will transfer.  We have a fairly quick process when it comes to reviewing your incoming credits. You can expect to have them evaluated in as soon as 2 to 3 days.


Will I earn a college diploma?

Graduates from associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs will receive a diploma. You can even choose to graduate in person at one of the locations holding a ceremony that year.


Can I participate in a graduation ceremony?

Yes, you can participate in your graduation ceremony at the closest location to you that hosts them.


How do I register or enroll?

Fill out a simple form or call 866-338-7934 to start the process. We'll get in touch and help you get started with the process of applying to attend DeVry and working through acceptance criteria, enrolling, registering for classes and connecting with your team of Academic Advisors.

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1Each student is allotted 13 hours of tutoring per academic session through www.Tutor.com (available 24/7). Additional tutoring services are also available through www.DeVryTutors.com
2DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org. The University's Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation.
3https://www.bls.gov/careeroutlook/2020/data-on-display/education-pays.htm
4https://www.bls.gov/opub/ted/2020/unemployment-rate-2-percent-for-college-grads-3-8-percent-for-high-school-grads-in-january-2020.htm
5https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2017/cb17-51.html