Database Management Careers

Taking Care of Data

As a company grows, so does their data—and their need to keep it secure, accurate and organized. That’s where database management specialists come in. They’re hired to solve information storage challenges and handle personal data, which could include account numbers, health records or financial transaction information.

Choosing DeVry University means you’ll be able to handle personal data and so much more. With a Computer Information Systems (CIS) degree with a Specialization in Database Management, you’ll learn the technical skills and business ethics required for a career in database management. 

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Professional Responsibilities

Specializing in database management at DeVry can equip you for:

  • Designing, programming and administrating data systems
  • Securing and safeguarding data and databases
  • Setting up databases and test systems
  • Ensuring data integrity and system backup
  • Monitoring and managing database server software


DeVry will teach you the skills to work in industries such as:

  • Automotive
  • Banking
  • Education
  • Legal
  • Insurance
  • Government
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Retail

Career Opportunities

Graduates who focus on database management may be prepared for careers in areas such as:

  • Database analysis
  • Database administration
  • Database engineering
  • Business intelligence consulting
  • Software implementation