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Stay Competitive in Today's Business World.

Business is a versatile area of study with skills that can be applied to almost any career track. Whether you’re just getting started in your business career or looking to advance, a business degree from DeVry University and its Keller Graduate School of Management can help you prepare. Through our online and hybrid format programs, you’ll explore how to think critically about modern business problems and move onward and upward in this dynamic and rewarding world.

Get to Know Our Business Degree Programs.

Our business degree programs cover concepts and real-world scenarios at local and global levels across sales, marketing, finance, project management, human resources, entrepreneurship, health services, accounting and more. Plus, through our business degree specializations, you can tailor your education to help you prepare for the career you want.

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Area Of Study

Business

If you’re studying business, DeVry’s programs bring the real world into the classroom to help you meet the challenges of today’s global marketplace. And with more than a dozen specializations, you can customize your degree to align with your personal interests and professional goals.

Degree Level

"My career goal is to become an entrepreneur and own and run my own business. DeVry is helping me by teaching me to be independent and preparing me to be successful in today's economic society."

Richard Mitchell BS in Management, 2016

A Scholarship to Make Your Business Education More Affordable

Our Business Edge Scholarship* is an award designed to help our business students get started on the right track**. These programs can help give you the edge you need to stand out in today’s business world.


FAQs: Business Degrees

What are some career options in Business Management?

With a Bachelor’s Degree in Business AdministrationManagement or Technical Management, you can prepare for a number of career fields, such as human resources, project management, sales and marketing and more. A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting can help you pursue a future in the corporate, private, government or non-profit sectors as a financial manager, purchasing agent, credit analyst and more.

What can I learn in Business and Management classes?

The courses within our business programs encompass a broad range of topics related to business administration, economics, management practices, business intelligence 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 can range from business analytics, to consumer behavior, to technologies used in the workplace and beyond.

Can I transfer credits?

We believe you deserve credit for coursework you’ve already completed. Learn how DeVry can help you apply qualifying credits—up to 80 credit hours—toward your Business Degree program. By maximizing qualifying transfer credit, we can help make it faster and more affordable to complete your Bachelor's Degree.

How is DeVry different from other Business Management schools?

DeVry is different from other business management schools because you’ll experience real-world immersive learning. Because technology is driving modern business, we’ve infused technology into our business management class curriculum, so you’ll prepare to solve problems and help move organizations forward. Additionally, due to our hands-on learning, you’ll have the opportunity to apply those learnings and make an immediate impact.

What's the biggest challenge of earning an online business degree?

The biggest challenge in earning a Business Degree online is the same as earning an on-campus business degree—juggling work, online classes, family and life. For many, pursing a Business Degree online helps alleviate some of those challenges by providing more flexible scheduling options.

Do undergraduate degrees include business management classes?

Yes, our Undergraduate Business Degrees (business administrationmanagement or technical management) do include business management classes, preparing you to manage a number of aspects in the business world. We also offer a variety of business program courses online.

Tech-Empowered Learning

Technology has a major impact on the economy, as well as how businesses operate and compete. That’s why DeVry University and Keller Graduate School of Management’s business classes use tech-empowered learning.

With tech-empowered learning, you will explore real-life business case studies. Through your coursework, you can use various online tools to help you process and apply relevant information. Access everything you need and collaborate virtually through our student portal, DeVryYOU. There, you can virtually collaborate in media-rich class discussions. You will also find digital textbooks, e-tutoring and our e-library. Our mobile app makes it easy when you are on the go. With our tech-empowered education, you can be ready to tackle today’s business marketplace.


*Must meet merit-based qualifications. Must meet enrollment-based criteria, subject to approval, use requirements, program level and availability of funds. Scholarship will be awarded as $600 per semester for full time students and $300 per semester for students attending at least half-time with a lifetime award of $7,000. This scholarship cannot be used in combination with any other offer or award or group-specific tuition rate.
** Requires enrollment in Accounting, Business Administration, Management, or Technical Management bachelor’s degree programs.

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.