Military Students at DeVry
Make DeVry's Success Your Own
For decades DeVry University has been educating America's military. Starting in the 1940's DeVry was selected by the United States Government to educate Army Air Corps instructors on electronic devices. Following WWII, DeVry became one of the first schools approved to use the original G. I. Bill. Today our dedicated admissions, finance and student services teams bring with them over 135 years of combined military experience. DeVry is committed to your success as you serve our country and achieve your educational goals.
Advance Your Career In or Out of Uniform
Whether you're looking to earn or complete your bachelor's degree or take the next step in your career by adding a master's degree to your resumé, DeVry offers applications-oriented degree programs in electronics engineering technology, game & simulation programming, technical management with a specialty in criminal justice, network & communications management and much more. A recognized leader in technology- and business-based higher education, DeVry will prepare you for an exciting, in-demand career and give you the skills and experience you need to succeed throughout your military career and beyond.
Attend Class from Anywhere in the World
Earning your degree while serving in the military is a goal that's within reach with DeVry's distance learning programs. Through the Internet, you can complete your online program without ever visiting a classroom. Or, you may choose to take some courses at one of our convenient metro locations across the country. You decide. Learn more about online technical requirements and see how distance learning works by trying our online course demo and online lab demo.
Get the Credit You Deserve
You may be eligible to transfer up to 92 credit hours of qualified military coursework and other post-secondary education credits toward your DeVry degree. And with the military’s tuition assistance programs, there is no better time to earn your degree!
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