Build on Your Foundation of Knowledge
Take the next step in expanding your professional skillset with a graduate certificate from DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management. Our programs provide hands-on learning from experienced faculty in fields including business, technology and health. Our graduate certificate programs serve as pathways for anyone wishing to hone their skills and open their future to new opportunities. Improve yourself, and prepare to make an impact in your chosen field.
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Earn a Graduate Certificate on Your Way to a Master's
If you want to build management skills but don’t have the time or flexibility to complete a master’s degree right now, our online graduate certificates may be a good fit for you. That’s because our graduate certificates are stackable. That means you can earn this valuable credential, and if you continue on, all credits apply directly to your Keller master’s degree. It’s like completing two graduate programs in one.
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Graduate Certificate Program Details
Our Graduate Certificate programs require 6 – 8 courses for completion. Depending on the program you select and the pace you prefer, you might take one or two courses per 8-week session. You can also visit our Course Waivers and Transfer Credits page to learn about other ways to potentially shorten the time it takes to earn your certificate.
Paying for Your Graduate Certificate Program
At Keller, we work to help make your tuition more affordable with a variety of ways to manage costs, including financial aid, grants, loans and our Dennis Keller Scholarship*. To learn more, visit our Tuition Assistance and Financial Aid page.
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All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.