DeVry University provides rigorous, career-oriented undergraduate
and graduate degree programs in technology, business and management.
You can be part of the diverse and geographically dispersed student
population of 56,000, studying at one of 25 undergraduate campuses
or 37 adult learning centers.
DeVry University's undergraduate programs have offered
generations of students like you the opportunity to embark on
careers in technological fields. Over the years, DeVry has developed
an outstanding record of assisting its undergraduate students in
launching their careers.
For example, the 10-year period ending February 2001, more than
93 percent of DeVry graduates who actively pursued employment or who
were already employed when they graduated, held positions in their
chosen fields within six months of graduation.
Keller Graduate School of
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management (KGSM) is
one of the largest part-time graduate schools in the U.S.
Approximately 9,000 of the university's 56,000 students are enrolled
annually in the school's practitioner-oriented business and
management master's degree programs.
You can benefit from KGSM's emphasis on excellence in teaching
and service to working adults and the network of 47 convenient adult
learning centers. You will learn from faculty who are recruited from
the business community and who teach students practical business
On February 1, 2002, the Higher Learning Commission of the North
Central Association (NCA), DeVry's regional accrediting agency,
approved the merger of the separate accreditations of DeVry
Institutes and Keller Graduate School of Management. Effective
February 20, 2002, the merged institutions will operate as DeVry
University. Note: DeVry's New York campus will continue to operate
as DeVry Institute of Technology, and New Jersey as DeVry College of
University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is
a member of the North Central Association (NCA), 30 North LaSalle
Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60602; www.NCAhigherlearningcommission.org.
In addition, the baccalaureate Electronics Engineering Technology
(EET) programs at most U.S. campuses are accredited by the Technology
Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering
and Technology (TAC of ABET), 111 Market Place, Baltimore, Maryland,
The associate-level EET program at the North Brunswick campus is
also TAC of ABET accredited. The Arlington, Federal Way, Fremont,
North Brunswick, Orlando, Tinley Park and West Hills campuses will
each apply for TAC of ABET accreditation for their
baccalaureate-level EET programs when their first classes graduate.
The DeVry/Phoenix EET program offered at DeVry/Calgary is not
eligible for TAC of ABET accreditation. DeVry/Alpharetta operates as
a branch campus of DeVry/Decatur.
NCA is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a recognized
||"We look for graduates who can quickly
master new and complex material, and DeVry graduates
have consistently met this challenge. Only 13 months
after being hired, one DeVry graduate was promoted to a
position that typically takes three or more years to