Opened Phoenix, AZ campus in 1967; Mesa in 2000; DeVry Glendale Campus in 2010
Students seeking to launch their careers immediately upon graduation will find DeVry a superb strategic fit. DeVry’s focused, intense degree programs allow students to receive accredited bachelor’s degrees in just three years, compared to up to five years at traditional universities. By attending classes year-round and working part-time, students gain working knowledge and an outstanding educational foundation.
DeVry fosters student learning through high quality career-oriented undergraduate and graduate programs in business, technology, and management. In fact, DeVry works with employers to develop curriculum that meets the needs of employers, thereby helping employers connect with qualified and skilled job candidates across the nation.
DeVry offers curricula in electronics, computer information systems, business, accounting, technical management, and healthcare related fields.
New students at DeVry University can find DeVry login and other support information via DeVry Welcome – resources set up for DeVry University students and Keller Graduate School of Management students.
One of the largest private higher-education systems in North America, DeVry offers a variety of day, evening, and weekend programs as well as on-line bachelors and masters degree programs to accommodate the needs of both traditional and non-traditional students.
In addition to three campuses in Arizona, DeVry has a total of 55 campuses located across the nation including California (13), Colorado (2), Florida (3), Georgia (5), Illinois (9), Missouri (1), New Jersey (3), New York (3), Nevada (1), Ohio (4), Pennsylvania (2), Texas (4), and Virginia (2). While DeVry was the first for-profit University to gain approval to open a campus in Alberta, Canada in 2001, DeVry closed the Alberta campus on June 30, 2013. DeVry serves a combined student enrollment of more than 34,000 full and part-time students at the undergraduate level and graduate level.
DeVry (including the Keller Graduate School) is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association; 30 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504; (800) 621-7440; (312) 263-0456; www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org. Additionally, various DeVry programs are programmatically accredited by ACBSP (business and accounting) and the Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center.