DeVry University and DeVry Institute of Technology is a private, for-profit higher education organization that is also the parent organization for Keller Graduate School of Management. DeVry was founded in Chicago by Herman A. DeVry in 1931 as the DeForest Training School, named after Lee DeForest, a colleague and friend of the founder.
DeVry University is located across the country and in Canada. Regardless of campus location, almost all degree programs are also offered online so students can study from anywhere at anytime.
DeVry University has a long history of providing quality, integrity, and innovation in higher education.
DeVry help students to earn associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in a variety of in-demand fields for over 80 years. With more than a quarter-million alumni, DeVry University is proud that is one of the largest private, degree-granting, regionally accredited higher education systems in North America.
DeVry University offers courses in business administration, computer information systems, engineering technology, network and communications management, and management as well as professional graduate certificates in business, office management and health information technology.
The university operates on a trimester course schedule and, if taken full-time year round, depending on the program a student can graduate with a bachelor’s degree in about three years. Most degree programs are offered at both the associate’s and four-year bachelor’s level. In addition, the institution offers various certificate programs in specific subfields such as information technology.
DeVry University offers millions of dollars in scholarships every year to help students subsidize their education. In addition, tens of thousands of outside scholarships, based on financial need, academic achievement, interests and special needs and criteria, are available to students.
DeVry is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. Engineering technology programs are accredited on campus-by-campus.