Community College Transfer Students
COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRANSFER
Community College Students, Counselors, Advisors and Transfer Coordinators - This site will provide information on degree completion options for Community College Transfer Students, Transfer Guides for all Chicagoland area Community, City and Junior Colleges, Articulation Agreements with area Colleges as well as contact information for DeVry Transfer Admissions Advisors at the Tinley Park Campus.
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Community College Scholarship - NEW
If you are a high academic achiever who has completed their Associates degree, DeVry University offers the Community College Scholarship. This scholarship provides tuition assistance to new degree seeking undergraduate students who received an Associate degree from an accredited school or university. The scholarship is open to to all Associate degree graduates who have earned a minimum of 2.8 CGPA (on a 4.0 scale). Awardees receive $2,000 per semester. Qualifying students must apply prior to starting classes at DeVry and must enroll in at least nine credit hours per sememster.
Degree Completion Program
Any student who graduates with an associate degree can easily transfer their qualifying credits to DeVry University's Technical Management program. By transferring credits from your completed associate degree, you can finish the bachelor's degree technical management program in approximately one year and four months, attending full-time. The Bachelor of Science in Technical Management degree program gives you a technical and management background, and allows you to choose a specialization from other DeVry bachelor's degree programs to personalize your degree. The program facilitates students' advancement to supervisory or management positions in their chosen field of specialization, enabling them to reap greater career and financial rewards. Click for detailed consumer information. DeVry's Bachelor of Science in Management degree program is designed to successfully prepare graduates to join the work force as management professionals in a wide variety of industries leveraging and building upon students' prior education and work experience. This program enables students to develop knowledge and skills needed to adapt in a rapidly changing, dynamic and competitive global marketplace. Click for detailed consumer information.
Bachelor's degree programs
DeVry University also offers Bachelor's degree programs in Biomedical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Information Systems, Electronics Engineering Technology, Network and Communications Management and Business Administration. Business Administration students may choose from specializations in accounting, business information systems, finance, health services management, human resource management, hospitality management, operations management, project management, sales and marketing, security management, small business management and entrepreneurship, sustainability management and technical communication.
Community College Transfer
Do you have some college experience under your belt and are looking to transfer from your current college? Or do you have an Associate's degree and are looking to continuing with your education? At DeVry University, we can work with you to apply your qualifying transfer credit into your degree program at DeVry University.
Transfer students are allowed up to 80 credit hours for transfer into almost any degree that DeVry University offers. DeVry University has agreements with hundreds of community colleges across the country.
Below are some of the community colleges that the DeVry University Tinley Park Campus works with regularly to help make the transferring process easier.
City Colleges of Chicago
Harold Washington College
Harry S. Truman College
Malcolm X College
Olive Harvey College
Richard J. Daley College
Wilbur Wright College
College of DuPage
College of Lake County
Elgin Community College
Gateway Technical College
Ivy Tech College
Joliet Junior College
Kankakee Community College
McHenry County College
Milwaukee Area Technical College
Moraine Valley Community College
Northwestern Business College
Oakton Community College
Prairie State College
St. Augustine College
South Suburban College
Waubonsee Community College
College of DuPage, Accounting Program
College of Lake County, Accounting Program
Program Transfer Guide
College of Lake County/IBEW Local, Electrician's Apprenticeship Program
Oakton Community College, Manufacturing Technology Program
Please call to receive the most up-to-date information or with any questions contact:
Ivan Baublitz Senior Director of Admissions