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Technology Courses

The technology field always looks toward the future. Technology courses at DeVry can help you prepare for yours. Whether you focus on engineering technology, technical management, software and information systems or information technology, our programs and courses on technology are designed to help equip you for a career in tech.

Establish a core foundation of knowledge, then hone your skills in niche topic areas with classes that are rooted in an experiential, hands-on learning approach. You can learn how to troubleshoot in an online tech lab, develop coding skills and build databases and networks. Through our various technology classes, you can develop the tech expertise you need to pursue your goals.

Classes Start Monday, September 2, 2024

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Technology Courses FAQs

What is information technology?

Information technology, commonly referred to as IT, is the use of computer and telecommunications systems to collect, store, process and communicate information. IT specialists design, build, operate, maintain and manage the software, hardware, networks and data that power modern organizations. IT specialists may also serve as the primary resource for technology management within an organization.

Want to know more? Learn more about the importance of IT, core concepts, degrees, job titles and more in our What is Information Technology? blog post.

What types of skills can be learned in an online technology course?

Online technology courses can be a great way to advance your tech skills. Through our Tech Core curriculum, you’ll be exposed to a variety of topics across the broader field of tech. Then, as you advance in your program, you’ll complete specialized courses specific to your chosen area of study. For instance, a software engineering course will help teach you how to design and code software programs. Alternatively, a database management course will help teach you how to oversee the storage, organization and retrieval of large amounts of information in digital repositories.

Some common skills you can learn from online technology courses include:

  • Troubleshooting
  • Coding
  • Data analysis
  • Data mining
  • Project management
  • Computer logic
  • Operating systems proficiency
  • Hardware design and construction
  • Equipment maintenance and repair
  • Electrical engineering
  • System setup and management
  • An understanding of Internet of Things (IoT)

How much do technology classes tend to cost?

At DeVry, our programs are billed by the credit hour. Your total tuition costs may be reduced if you have transfer credits, military experience or other relevant prior learning experience, or if you qualify for scholarships or grants. Our teams can help review your individual situation and determine your overall costs. To learn more about our current cost per credit hour, visit our Tuition page.

What requirements are there for enrolling in an online technology course?

To enroll in an online technology program at DeVry, you must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Some courses within your degree program may have additional prerequisites, such as completing lower-level courses earlier in your curriculum. Learn more about our admissions requirements.

Will DeVry’s technology courses help prepare me for industry certifications?

Our programs can help provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to properly prepare for certain industry certifications. Our course CEIS 299 – Careers and Technology, for example, is infused with exam prep for relevant industry certifications.

Are the technology classes at DeVry accredited?

DeVry University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), This accreditation signifies that we meet the standards of quality required by the HLC. Select technology programs are also accredited by the ABET Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission.

What types of careers can courses on technology help me prepare for?

Regardless of the field you are in, completing a few select courses may not be enough to pursue the career opportunities you are aspiring to. To better expand your job opportunities, consider pursuing an undergraduate certificate, associate or bachelor’s degree in technology.

Depending on your area of focus, education and skills, there are a variety of technology career paths you might consider pursuing. These may include:

  • IT specialist
  • Database administrator
  • Computer engineering technologist
  • Software developer
  • Coder
  • UX designer
  • Programmer
  • Systems administrator
  • IoT specialist
  • Networking specialist

How long does it take to earn a degree through technology classes at DeVry?

At DeVry, you can earn an undergraduate certificate in as little as 1 year1. The length of time it takes to earn a degree varies based on the program you choose and how many courses you complete per session.

Which majors can technology course credits be applied to?

Each of our technology programs at DeVry include an industry-relevant curriculum consisting of courses that are designed to help you gain the skills you need to pursue your goals. Whether you are transferring credits from another institution or interested in gaining skills in a specific topic area, our advisors can help you find the program that meets your needs.

Here is a list of the technology programs we offer:

Undergraduate Certificate Programs:

  • Cloud Computing
  • Cyber Security
  • Data Mining and Analytics
  • Information Technology Essentials
  • Internet of Things
  • Networking Essentials
  • Programming Essentials
  • Software Design and Solutions
  • Web Mobile Application Development

Associate Degree Programs:

  • Engineering Technology with specializations in Machine Learning and Design Techniques, Medical Technology and Healthcare Systems and Renewable Energy and Sustainable Power
  • Information Technology and Networking with specializations in Network Systems Administration, Automation and Electronic Systems and Information Systems and Programming
  • Network Systems Administration

Bachelor’s Degree Programs:

  • Business with a specialization in Information Technology
  • Computer Information Systems with specializations in Computer Forensics, Cyber Security Programming, Database Management, Information Systems Security, Software Programming, Web Development and Administration and Web Game Programming
  • Engineering Technology
  • Information Technology and Networking with specializations in Cloud Based Networking and Virtualization, Cybersecurity and Mobile and Networked Devices
  • Network and Communications Management
  • Software Development with specializations in Big Data and Analytics, Software Design and Programming or Web and Mobile Application Development

Graduate Certificates:

  • Information Security

Master’s Degrees:

  • Information Systems Management
  • Information Technology Management
  • Network and Communications Management

Learn more about our technology degrees and programs.


Interested in learning more about other course offerings? Visit our Hybrid and Online College Courses page.

*Courses marked with an asterisk (*) require successful completion of required math and English transitional studies courses. Required transitional studies coursework may affect program length and cost.
^Courses marked with a caret (^) are licensed in New Jersey; students whose enrolled location is in New Jersey may enroll in these courses in the onsite, online and blended modalities.
+Courses marked with a plus sign (+) are available as honors courses (restrictions apply).
Note: To enroll in a course with a corequisite, students must have either successfully completed the corequisite course during a prior session or concurrently enroll in the corequisite course.
1Not including breaks. Assumes year-round, full-time enrollment.