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Bachelor's Degree in Business

Business Programs Built for Today's Marketplace

Classes Start Every 8 Weeks

Earn your Bachelor's Degrees in Business in as little as 2 years + 8 months*—or even more quickly with qualifying transfer credits.

*Not including breaks. Assumes year-round, full-time enrollment.


Get to Know Our Bachelor's in Business

Work toward earning the skills you need to succeed in the business world, including communication, collaboration, problem-solving and more. Learn through hands-on exposure to crucial business fundamentals and in-depth studies in your chosen specialization. At the end of the undergraduate business degree program, you’ll apply all of this knowledge in a comprehensive senior project. Learn more about our Bachelor’s in Business as well as the specializations you can choose.

Business Administration

Discover the Bachelor's in Business Administration which covers data analysis, principles of economics and more.

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Earn your Bachelor's in Management to learn how to lead business improvement efforts or how to manage innovation initiatives for an organization.

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Technical Management

Explore the Bachelor's in Technical Management that layers business administration, technology and beyond.

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Choose a Bachelor's in Accounting if you are looking to work with finance in areas like budget analysis, audits or forensic accounting.

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Reignite Your Education and Future

Accreditation Matters

It matters to you. And it matters to employers. Accreditation provides recognition and establishes respect.

DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org. The accreditation process provides assurance that standards have been met in areas such as curriculum, faculty and student support. So you can expect a quality education from a credible university.

FAQs: Business

What business programs are offered at DeVry?

DeVry offers four options for earning a business degree at the Bachelor’s level, giving you a wide variety of paths to choose from. The degree programs are:

Business Administration
Business Management
Technical Management

Does DeVry offer any scholarships or grants?

We offer a variety of potential scholarships and tuition savings options for our bachelor's of business and our other degree programs as well. In addition, there are outside scholarships and grants that you may be eligible for. For additional details on scholarships and grants you may be eligible for, please visit our scholarship and grants page. Or speak with one of our Student Support Advisors.

Are there any hybrid classes available for business degrees?

Yes, almost all of our degree programs are offered hybrid, meaning you can take some classes online and some on-site at one of our student centers. This offers you in-person interaction with your professor and classmates on site as well as the flexibility to learn when and where you want with our online courses. Or, should you choose to, you can earn your degree 100% online.

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*This amount will be determined based on prevailing tuition rates at the time funds are awarded.