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DeVry University Reviews - Bachelor's in Management

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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2012

A typical predatory "for-profit" joke of a school. They ONLY care about deceiving you out of your money, your student loans, and your VETERANS BENEFITS. There is a guy on Google reviews who sums up how they work. Basically a telemarketing center calling calling calling to get you registered for courses and once they do, they won't give you the time of day. Took my GI BILL money, 'automatically' withdrew me from a course without my knowledge, consent, or any sort of notification. I now owe the VA $3,000 and Devry is being the big for-profit bully telling me tough luck. A JOKE. DO NOT ATTEND BUYER BEWARE VETERANS BEWARE

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2016

I was happy with the education I received. I transferred from a state college. The curriculum was very similar. They actually use the same textbooks. I heard that I should not go to a for profit school, but after completing I feel that most of the comments were posted by students that could not do the work or lack the ability to use knowledge. The classes worked out well. I work full time so needed something flexible. It was lots of work, but worth it. I also feel like some people don't understand that some teaches are good and some are bad, but it does not stop you from memorizing the textbook and that you can do your own research during class. This is actually a good trait in the working world.

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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2015

I have NO idea where these negative reviews are stemming from, I apologize anyone ever felt that way. I am 2015 graduate from DeVry and I have NEVER had more support and guidance and genuine care throughout my time here. I am returning in 2017 to obtain my Masters.

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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2018

From the moment I called to check out DeVry I was swept up in a sea of commitment to get me going in the program. The customer service reps are friendly and courteous. DeVry offers so many tools for students, both during their college experience and as they move out into the workforce. I love being able to complete my school work on my schedule and have had no problem with connectivity or streaming video online. I would recommend DeVry online to anyone working full time while going to school!

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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2010

I was satisfied with the courses and the contact I had with the staff at DeVry/Keller. Though I still have yet to obtain a position in my career field. I completed my Bachelor's Degree in Technical Management in 2010. I went back to school in 2014 and my academic advisor had me to enroll with Keller. I was informed that since I already had a degree with DeVry and was an Alumni I would get the Alumni rate to go back to school with Keller. I found later that this is not true and I had to pay the standard rate as if I never attended school because I didn't get my Bachelor's and Master's from DeVry or both my Bachelor's and Master's from Keller. I was not able to get my Bachelor's from DeVry and get the Alumni rate continuing my education with Keller though they are affiliated and though they both are listed on my diploma from my Master's program with Keller.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2016

DeVry University provides an excellent learning experience with qualified Doctor's and Professors of education. I got a free download of Microsoft Office with all the programs (and more) that I needed. DeVry has an excellent scholarship program and a list of other scholarships and grants you can apply for. The staff is very polite, professional, and helpful. I recommend DeVry to all students who want a quality education and to be well prepared for the business world.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2016

As a DeVry University students, it is my pleasure and my duty to say thank you for all the staff, administration, technician, and overall the professors that guide and taught me important information and learnings that I will cherish and use for my job as well as my life. Being a student, I have a goal to attain with my patience, hard-work, dedication, and perseverance to accomplish my goal. This will help students to make their life fruitful and direct them to the right path. My experienced to be a students helped me to become responsible in everday life, whether I am having a hard time. It helps me to be strong, focus, and understand that whatever those trials that I may be encountered, I will be always bear in mind that I have a goal that I have be accomplished. This is my advice to all future students, that no matter how hard or difficult you may experience, don't just give up, just think that you have dreams or goals that needs to be completed and accomplished. Stay focus and think positive in all what you do in life.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2016

I would have never imagined myself going back to college at this stage of life, but here I am enrolled in an online degree program at DeVry University, mastering skill sets that lead to experiencing a life filled with excitement of tapping into personal potential on a professional level. DeVry's curriculum finding enthusiasm of accomplishment through all courses especially accounting and business management, which I would have missed if I just have continued with the status quo of nothingness. Knowing this endeavor to be true for myself by acceptance of placement on Dean?s list for multiple consecutive semesters indicates self-acknowledgements.."Here is where I grow to becoming the individual I came here to be"...successfully me!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2015

I started my journey with DeVry University in 2001 at the campus in Alpharetta, GA. For some unforeseen reasons I was unable to finish my degree. I joined the Army in 2003 and deployed to Iraq 3 times between 2003 and 2012. While in the military I started back attending DeVry Online in 2009 and was determined to finish what I started. Since then, I have retired from the Army and on my final leg of the race towards my degree. I will graduate August 2015 with my B.S. in Technical Management. The skills and knowledge I have gained from DeVry will make my transition to my next career smoother. __ K. C. A. US ARMY Staff Sergeant (RET)

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2016

I feel very fortunate to have found DeVry Online because this is the only way I am able to go back to school. At the time when I joined, I had no transportation and no money to buy transportation. Plus I have poor credit since I was laid off from my last professional job in 2007, the heart of the recession. DeVry Online is helping my gaining the technical knowledge and skills that I need to achieve a bachelor's degree in a very competitive world. The classes are challenging and the programs are up-to-date with teaching skills needed in today's Knowledge Revolution. I know the skills and knowledge I gain at DeVry will help my gaining a professional career in data analytics. Indirectly, DeVry is helping me recoup from the recession and build my life again. Thank you DeVry Online!

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