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Making the decision to earn a bachelor’s degree is an important step in advancing your ambition. At DeVry University, we’re here to support you throughout your journey with learning options that put you first.

Whether you decide to pursue a bachelor's degree program online or take select classes on campus through our hybrid format,1 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 tutoring and our convenient online learning platform.

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3The figures in this example represent our Undergraduate Certificate in Medical Billing and Coding, 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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Each and every bachelor’s degree program here at DeVry provides hands-on, career-focused experiences that teach you the concepts and skills used in today’s companies. Our experienced professors and Student Support Advisors for our  bachelor’s degree programs online and on campus1 work together to help keep you moving toward your goals.

Jennifer Aragon
Bachelor's Degree in Technical Management with Sales and Marketing, 2021
"I think the online interaction with the teachers and my classmates was way more than I expected. I do love how you can reach out to your teacher almost any time."
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Benefits of a Bachelor's Degree

Earning a bachelor’s degree is a major milestone for your education. Having this additional credential on your resume can provide personal and professional benefits, such as:

Broader job possibilities:

Some positions in today’s workforce may require or recommend a bachelor’s degree. By earning one, you may meet the qualifications for a greater number of job opportunities.


Specialized knowledge:

A bachelor’s degree provides a broad foundation of knowledge and the opportunity to gain hands-on experience. Having this credential on your resume can let employers know that you are well-versed in your area of study.


Potential for higher earnings:

In many cases, workers who have earned a bachelor’s degree tend to have higher wages than those with only a high school diploma.


First quarter 2023 data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that workers aged 25 and over with at least a bachelor’s degree had median weekly earnings nearly double of those with only a high school diploma.


Personal growth:

Earning a bachelor’s degree can help improve your self-confidence and expand your overall understanding of the world. The communication, writing and critical thinking skills you can gain from a bachelor's program have the potential to be highly applicable in your personal life as well.


Job satisfaction:

A bachelor's can help give you the ability to pursue the career you’ve always wanted. Working in an industry you love and are knowledgeable about is a great way to improve your mindset about work.


Greater employability:

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), bachelor's degree holders had an unemployment rate of only 2.2% in 2022. This is less than the 4% unemployment rate of those who have only a high school diploma or GED.



Bachelor's Degree vs. Associate Degree

Both associate and bachelor’s degrees can be valuable preparation for your future but choosing which one to pursue ultimately depends on your personal goals and circumstances.

Program Length

In traditional terms, a bachelor’s degree is a four-year degree, while an associate degree is a two-year degree. However, with our year-round, 8-week class sessions, our Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, for example, can be earned in as little as 2 years and 8 months with an accelerated schedule (per 12 month period, does not include breaks and assumes year-round, full-time enrollment), 4 years with a normal schedule (per 12 month period, does not include breaks and assumes 2 semesters of full-time enrollment) — or even more quickly with qualifying transfer credits.

Coursework & Skills

When deciding which degree to pursue, it is helpful to look at what you’ll learn from each program. An associate degree is 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 in the near future.

A bachelor's degree, on the other hand, provides a deeper dive into business, management and technical skills, as well as your specified area of study. Core courses focus primarily on fundamental skills, while program-specific and specialized courses help you sharpen your skillset in your field of study.

Stackable Credits

At DeVry, many of our associate degree programs are designed to stack into a related bachelor's degree. If you choose to begin with an associate degree, you can apply the qualifying credit hours you’ve earned directly toward your bachelor's at DeVry when you're ready.2 Your Admissions Representative can help explain more based on the associate and bachelor’s degree programs you are interested in.

Accreditation Matters

DeVry is proud to be accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), Our Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation.

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FAQs: 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, particularly those in business management and technology, may require a bachelor’s degree for entry. Other career paths may require this degree for higher-level positions such as management. A bachelor’s can stand on its own or serve as a stepping stone to a graduate degree such as a master’s or MBA. Visit this page for further information to answer the question, what is a bachelor’s degree.

Traditionally, a bachelor’s degree is considered to be a four-year degree, but the actual time it may take you to complete the required number of semester-credit hours to earn a bachelor’s or any other degree depends on several factors. It could take you more or less time, depending on the program you choose, whether you have qualifying transfer credits from another academic institution and whether you are enrolled full-time or part-time. In some programs, you could gain credit for qualifying previous military training or professional certifications. As an example, our Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration can be earned in as little as 2 years and 8 months with an accelerated schedule (per 12 month period, does not include breaks and assumes year-round, full-time enrollment), 4 years with a normal schedule (per 12 month period, does not include breaks and assumes 2 semesters of full-time enrollment) — or even more quickly with qualifying transfer credits.

More details on how long it takes to earn a bachelor’s degree can be found here.

We make it easy to pursue an online bachelor's degree. With our dedicated learning platform, a variety of tools and a collaborative support team, you can earn your degree from anywhere in the world. We provide you with a full range of resources, including student services, academic advising, a technical help desk and a student support advisor who’s with you throughout your time here at DeVry.

At DeVry, pursuing our bachelor's degree programs online offers the same tools, resources and professor-led instruction as our on-campus programs. You can rest assured that you're receiving a quality education regardless of the format you choose.

Here at DeVry, you can pursue online bachelor's degrees and specializations in areas across business, technology, healthcare, media arts and liberal arts. Here are just a few:

  • Accounting – Learn essential budgeting and accounting practices.

  • Computer Information Systems – Gain skills that can help you overcome technology challenges in the modern workplace.

  • Finance – Combine business administration and management skills to build better financial practices in the world of business.

  • Healthcare Administration – Help patients receive the care they need by ensuring that hospitals, doctor's offices and other care facilities run smoothly.

  • Human Resource Management – Learn how to manage the concerns of employees and the needs of a company with this exciting degree program.

  • Information Technology – Design systems that facilitate security and efficiency, allowing employees to perform their work without interruption.

  • Project Management – Build skills that will help you manage budgets, timelines and project staff.

  • Software Development – Create the software systems of tomorrow by building your coding skills and time management abilities.

No. Degrees earned through online programs are functionally the same as degrees earned in person. When you receive your diploma, there is no indication of whether the format of your college experience was in-person or online. At DeVry, your diploma indicates your year of graduation and program of study.

People earn bachelor’s degrees for many reasons. These credentials have the potential to provide the following benefits and more:

  • Add a higher-level credential to your resume

  • Help position yourself to pursue a promotion or transfer

  • Apply for jobs that require a bachelor’s degree

  • Prepare to pursue roles with increased earning potential

  • Gain specialized knowledge in a particular field of study

  • Expand your overall body of knowledge

At DeVry, typically our bachelor's degree programs require a minimum of 120 credit hours for completion. Some areas of study may require more credits, though this will vary based on the specialization you choose. 

A bachelor's degree is typically a longer, more detailed program while an associate usually takes less time to complete and focuses on more entry-level skills. Each degree can be earned faster or slower depending upon your pre-existing qualifying transfer credits, program of study and course load.

Associate degrees tend to cover more generalized knowledge about an industry while a bachelor's program dives deeper into your field of study. Both degrees are excellent options that can help boost your resume.

With embedded programs at DeVry, you may not have to choose between an associate and a bachelor's. In select programs, you can earn an associate degree while on the path toward pursuing your bachelor’s.2

According to career outlook data from the BLS, a bachelor’s degree is often required for entry to many occupations in business management, such as in sales and marketing, and in computer and engineering occupations as well. When you look at the figures, it’s easy to see why pursuing a bachelor’s degree can be well worth it.

A bachelor’s degree can help prepare you for entry-level employment or advancement in your existing career. Whether you’re preparing to pursue your first job or your next, a bachelor’s degree can make you a more competitive candidate. It’s important to keep in mind that, for some positions, a bachelor’s degree is the employer’s minimum education requirement. Once you’ve earned your bachelor’s degree, you can prepare to pursue careers in accounting and finance, software development, healthcare, cyber security and many other fields, depending on the degree you’ve earned and your personal goals.

If you plan to continue your education, your bachelor’s degree is a major step on your way to earning a post-graduate degree, such as a master’s degree or MBA.

Undergraduate degree programs at many universities have similar admissions requirements. To gain admission here at DeVry University, you must meet several general and specific admission requirements, including age, completion of secondary education (such as a high school diploma or equivalency) and proficiency in the basic and prerequisite skills needed for college-level work. More detailed information can be found on our Undergraduate Admissions page.

At DeVry University, our College of Business Management, College of Engineering & Information Sciences, College of Health Sciences, College of Media Arts and College of Liberal Arts & Sciences confer Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Information Technology, Computer Information Systems and other disciplines. Refer to our Academic Catalog  for a complete listing of colleges and programs of study.

Here at DeVry, we offer competitive tuition and several scholarship and grant programs that can make college more affordable. Total program costs, including tuition, fees and expenses, are shown in our Academic Catalog. We also offer discounted tuition rates for qualifying U.S. military personnel. Learn more about possible financial aid options and connect with a Student Support Advisor here

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1Program, course, and extended classroom availability vary by location. In site-based programs, students will be required to take a substantial amount of coursework online to complete their program.
2At the time of application to the next credential level, an evaluation of qualifying transfer credit will occur and the most beneficial outcome will be applied.
3The figures in this example represent our Undergraduate Certificate in Medical Billing and Coding, 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.