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DeVry University

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DeVry University is a system of career colleges in the United States and Canada. DeVry University is fully accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association (NCA (http://www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org/)), with a majority of its engineering technology programs accredited through the TAC of ABET (http://www.abet.org/accredited_programs/engineeringtechnology/TACWebsite.asp). Its main programs of study are business administration, computer engineering technology, electrical engineering technology, network and communcation management, and other technology related studies. In addition, they are also just beginning to form a biomedical department.

The private university operates on a trimester course schedule and, if taken full time, a person can graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in about three years or less (depending on the major). The school is a for-profit institution operated by the publicly-held corporation, DeVry Inc. and traded on the NYSE under the symbol DV.

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Locations

  • Administrative Offices
    • Oakbrook Terrace, IL
  • Arizona
    • Mesa Center
    • Phoenix Campus
  • California
    • Fremont Campus
    • Irvine Center
    • Long Beach Campus (DULB) (http://lb.devry.edu)
    • Pomona Campus
    • Sacramento Center
    • San Diego Center
    • San Francisco Center
    • West Hills Campus
  • Colorado
    • Colorado Springs Center
    • Denver Center
    • Westminster Campus
  • Florida
    • Ft. Lauderdale Center
    • Miami Center
    • Miramar Campus
    • Orlando Campus
    • Orlando North Center
    • Tampa Bay Center
  • Georgia
    • Alpharetta Campus
    • Atlanta Cobb/Galleria Center
    • Decatur Campus
    • Gwinnett Center
    • Henry County Center
  • Illinois
    • Addison Campus
    • Chicago Campus
    • Chicago Loop Center
    • Chicago O'Hare Center
    • Gurnee Center
    • Naperville Center
    • Oak Brook Center
    • Tinley Park Campus
  • Indiana
    • Indianapolis Center
    • Merrillville Center
  • Maryland
    • Bethesda Center
  • Minnesota
    • Edina Center
  • Missouri
    • Kansas City Campus
    • Kansas City Downtown Center
    • St. Louis West Center
  • Nevada
    • Henderson Center
  • New Jersey*
    • North Brunswick Campus
  • New York*
    • Long Island City Campus
  • North Carolina
    • Charlotte Center
  • Ohio
    • Cleveland Downtown Center
    • Columbus Campus
    • Columbus North Center
    • Rockside Center (Cleveland Area)
  • ONLINE EDUCATION
    • www.devry.edu/online
  • Oregon
    • Portland Center
  • Pennsylvania
    • Ft. Washington Campus
    • Philadelphia Center
    • Pittsburgh Center
    • Valley Forge Center
  • Texas
    • Austin Center
    • Ft. Worth Center
    • Houston Campus
    • Houston Galleria Center
    • Irving Campus
    • Plano Center
  • Virginia
    • Arlington Campus
    • Tysons Corner Center
  • Washington
    • Federal Way Campus
    • Seattle Bellevue Center
  • Wisconsin
    • Milwaukee Center
  • Alberta Canada *


as of 21 december 2004

History of DeVry

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Notes

  • DeVry University operates as DeVry Institute of Technology in Alberta and New York. Information for the North Brunswick and Canadian campuses is contained in other catalogs.
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