Bachelor's Degree Programs
Making the decision to earn a Bachelor’s Degree is an important step in reaching your personal and professional goals. At DeVry University, we’re here to support you throughout your journey. Whether you decide to pursue an online Bachelor’s degree or take select classes on campus with our hybrid format, you’ll have access to a range of tools and resources including personalized academic advising, faculty who get to know you by name, 24/7 tutoring1 and our convenient online learning platform.
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Get to Know Our Onsite and Online Bachelor's Degree Programs
Each and every Bachelor’s Degree program at DeVry provides hands-on, career-focused experiences that teach you the concepts and skills used in today’s leading companies and organizations. Our experienced professors and Student Support Advisors work together to help keep you moving toward your goal. Advisors can also help you find ways to make tuition more affordable through financial aid, grants and scholarship opportunities.
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Area of Study
Onsite + Online
Onsite + Online
- Accounting Specialization
- Business Administration Business Plan II
- Business Intelligence and Analytics Management Specialization
- Criminal Justice Specialization
- Finance Specialization
- Global Supply Chain Management Specialization
- Health Information Management Specialization
- Health Services Management Specialization
- Hospitality Management Specialization
- Human Resource Management Specialization
- Information Technology Specialization
- Project Management Specialization
- Sales and Marketing Specialization
- Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship Specialization
Onsite + Online
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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.
Demonstrate Skills at Every Step
Our embedded programs allow you to obtain a certificate or an associate degree on the way to earning your bachelor’s degree at DeVry.
*This represents the Medical Billing and Coding Undergraduate Certificate, Associate in Health Information Technology and Bachelor’s in Technical Management with a specialization in Health Information Management. The figures displayed represent the minimum credit hours required for graduation. Additional coursework may be necessary to complete program requirements.
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Bachelor's Degree vs. Associate Degree
In traditional terms, a bachelor’s degree is a four-year degree, while an associate degree is a two-year degree. However, these timelines are just averages. In fact, with DeVry's year-round, 8-week class sessions, some bachelor's degrees can be earned in as little as 2 years and 4 months.2
When deciding, it is more helpful to look at what each degree offers rather than how long it takes to earn one or the other. Look at an associate degree as a way to establish a basic set of skills in your area of interest. This can be a great first step if you want to add a credential to your resume sooner than later. A bachelor's degree, on the other hand, will provide a deeper dive into business, management and technical skills, as well as your specified area of study.
A bachelor’s degree program can be seen as having two parts. Core courses focus primarily on fundamental skills, while program-specific and specialized courses help you further hone your skillset in your chosen major or field of study. At DeVry, many of our associate degree programs are designed to stack into a related bachelor's degree. This means you can complete many of your core classes and earn an associate degree, and when you're ready, apply those credit hours directly toward your bachelor's at DeVry. Of course, the specifics will vary based on exactly which associate degree and which bachelor’s degree programs you choose.
Benefits of a Bachelor's Degree
Earning a bachelor’s degree means taking the next step in your education. With this additional credential on your resume, potential benefits may include:
- Broader job possibilities: Many positions in today’s workforce require or recommend a bachelor’s degree. By earning one, you may find that you qualify for more potential job opportunities.
- Specialized knowledge: A bachelor’s degree provides a broad foundation of knowledge and the opportunity to gain hands-on experience, demonstrating to employers that you are well-versed in your area of study.
- Potential for higher earnings: In many cases, positions that require a bachelor’s degree may pay more than positions that don’t.
- Personal growth: Earning a bachelor’s degree can help improve your self-confidence and expand your overall understanding of the world.
- Job satisfaction: Pursuing a career you’ve always wanted is a great way to improve your mindset about work.
FAQs: Bachelor's Degree
What is a Bachelor's Degree?
A bachelor’s degree is a college degree earned in a specific field of study, such as accounting or information technology. Some students earn a bachelor’s right after high school, while others spend time in the workforce or pursue an undergraduate certificate or associate degree before enrolling in a bachelor’s degree program. Some fields require a bachelor’s degree for entry, while others may require this degree for higher-level positions such as management. A bachelor’s can stand on its own or serve as a steppingstone to a graduate degree such as a master’s or MBA.
How long does it take to get a Bachelor's Degree?
A traditional bachelor’s degree is generally considered a four-year degree. But that’s only an average. Depending on the program you choose, your background and whether you enroll full-time or part-time, it could take more or less time to earn your degree. At DeVry, you may be able to earn your bachelor’s degree in as little as 2 years and 4 months.2
Our bachelor’s degree programs typically require a minimum of 120 credit hours. However, you may already have qualifying credits you can apply. You can transfer in qualified courses that you previously took at another academic institution, and even gain credit for previous military training or professional certifications.
Can I get a Bachelor's Degree online?
We make it easy to pursue an online bachelor's degree. With a dedicated learning platform, a variety of tools and a collaborative support team, you can earn your degree from wherever you happen to be. We also provide you with a full range of resources, including student services, academic advising, a technical help desk and even a student support advisor who’s with you throughout your time at DeVry and can also help you create a plan to pay for your degree.
At DeVry, our online bachelor's degree programs offer the same tools, resources and professor-led instruction as our on-campus programs, so you can rest assured that you're receiving a quality education regardless of the program you choose.
What Degrees can I get online?
DeVry offers numerous bachelor’s degrees in areas across business, technology, healthcare, media arts and liberal arts. Here are just a few:
- Computer Information Systems
- Healthcare Administration
- Human Resource Management
- Information Technology
- Project Management
- Software Development
Why Earn a Bachelor's Degree?
People earn bachelor’s degrees for many reasons. Depending on your unique situation, you may want to:
- Add a higher-level credential to your resume
- Help position yourself for a promotion or transfer
- Apply for jobs that require a bachelor’s degree
- Pursue roles with increased earning potential
- Gain specialized knowledge in a particular field of study
- Expand your overall body of knowledge
Online Degree Programs
Check out DeVry’s wide selection of on-campus and online degree programs that include certificates, associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees , master’s degrees and MBA degree programs.