Associate's and Bachelor's Degree Programs

Since 1931, more than 250,000 students -- nearly 43,000 in the last decade alone -- have graduated from DeVry and become productive members of the work force.

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Bachelor's Degrees

Associate of Applied Science

* Program availability varies by location


Bachelor's Degree, Business Administration

Business organizations today are seeking professionals with broad-based knowledge of modern business theory and practices and their interrelationships to meet the challenges of operating in a global electronic marketplace. The rapidly increasing pace of computer technology use by business is driving organizations to value employees who are knowledgeable in the application of technology to business strategy, management and decision making. DeVry's Business Administration program develops these competencies through case studies, team projects, Internet use and Web page development, as well as computer applications and systems integration. Majors are offered in accounting, business information systems, e-commerce, operations management, and project management.

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Bachelor's Degree, Computer Engineering Technology *

Computer engineering technologists take a hands-on approach to designing and implementing computer systems or other digital subsystems, software and interfaces to link computers to other physical systems. They design software systems, create codes and protocols, test and evaluate hardware and software products and processes, and diagnose and solve problems.

Computers and networks are leading technologies driving engineering job markets; thus, graduates with competencies in software development as well as sound knowledge of hardware and engineering processes are in high demand. To this end, DeVry's Computer Engineering Technology (CET) program integrates coursework in hardware and software technologies crucial to professional success. Graduates are proficient in creating programs that involve development, modification and application of software codes and protocols.
* In New York, Computer Technology

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Bachelor's Degree, Computer Information Systems

Today's computer information systems (CIS) professionals provide invaluable and highly specialized computer systems expertise, helping companies stay competitive in the global marketplace. These experts harness technology and enable organizations to use information to the fullest. In short, CIS experts are vital to the bottom-line success of every enterprise.

The CIS program is composed of coursework in communication skills, humanities, social sciences, personal and professional development, mathematics and science, business and accounting, systems concepts, programming, and systems development.

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Bachelor's Degree, Electronics Engineering Technology **

Electronics specialists are at the heart of rapidly evolving technology, applying their expertise in diverse areas such as semiconductor chip manufacturing, telecommunications, wireless, computer networking, the internet, transportation, entertainment, medicine and space exploration. Global competition and the unparalleled speed at which new products are developed have greatly increased the need for highly productive and adaptive engineering technologists.

The EE program is composed of coursework in communication skills, humanities, social sciences, personal and professional development, mathematics and science, analysis and design of electrical and electronic circuits and systems, digital and microprocessor systems, electronic communications and controls, computer programming, and senior project design and development.
** In New York, Electronics Technology

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Bachelor's Degree, Information Technology

The Information Technology (IT) program is designed for the baccalaureate-level college graduate seeking to pursue a career in IT. The program is structured around a core of technology-oriented specialty courses with emphasis on applying computer technology to solve business problems. Students draw on their college and business backgrounds as they work in teams to develop solutions to case studies. Project management, communication skills and ongoing IT administration, all of which are critically important in today's rapidly changing business environment, are integrated across the program.

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Bachelor's Degree, Technical Management

Getting the right education is critical to moving ahead in today's fast-paced business world. Entering the workforce as soon as possible after gaining an educational foundation is often necessary in order to meet financial obligations and family responsibilities. But to get ahead in an increasingly complex and competitive work environment, more advanced education is necessary.

The TM program is composed of coursework in communication skills, humanities, social sciences, personal and professional development, mathematics and business, computer applications, and technical applications.

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Bachelor's Degree, Telecommunications Management

With the power to link workers a cubicle away or a world apart, connect air travelers to automobile passengers or conduct research via the Internet, Telecommunications systems have truly created a global neighborhood. As a result, professionals who can harness this technology to advance business goals are a vital part of our economy.

The TM program is composed of coursework in communication skills, humanities, social sciences, personal and professional development, mathematics, business and accounting, computing, and telecommunications.

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Associate Degree, Network Systems Administration

The Network Systems Administration program is designed to provide students with a background in network administration as it applies to practical business situations. Students learn the relationships between hardware, software and users. The program includes treatment of hardware and software support, computer system capabilities and system administration. (Program available in Colorado only.)

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Associate Degree, Electronics and Computer Technology

Electronics is the driving force that has dramatically transformed the modern world. Analyzing, troubleshooting, installing and maintaining the electronic systems and equipment that power our personal and professional lives require the expertise of electronics professionals with a wide range of skills and capabilities. Clearly, these experts play a critical role in keeping our fast-paced world in motion.

As these technical systems become more pervasive and integral to our lives, the expertise of the electronics and computer technologist is increasingly vital. To this end, DeVry based its program on fundamentals of the technology driving today's systems, including telecommunications, networks, wireless, computers, controls and instruments. Graduates have a broad knowledge base that qualifies them for challenging career-entry positions in the dynamic electronics and computer fields.

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