DeVry - Arizona is a for-profit university located in Phoenix, Arizona. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 349 undergraduate students. The DeVry - Arizona acceptance rate is 88%. Popular majors include Business, Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications, and Medical Laboratory Technician. Graduating 27% of students, DeVry - Arizona alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,800.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.44 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.40 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.40 responses
Most Popular Majors
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications33 Graduates
Medical Laboratory Technician33 Graduates
Computer Systems Analysis29 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician12 Graduates
Web Page and Digital Design12 Graduates
Computer Engineering Technician4 Graduates
Computer Software Engineering3 Graduates
Biomedical Technician2 Graduates
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DeVry University - Arizona Reviews
My course program has been changed on me THREE different times. When I call in, every person tells me something different. I would have switched schools a long time ago, but after 2 years I felt as though I was in too deep. All my hard work.. I was concerned all of my credits would not transfer to a different university. I am also worried that establishments will not take my degree seriously! Carrington College is a sister school and they “promise” to help with job placement for a lifetime.. that didn’t happen. I have faith and only my faith in God, that when I finish this very expensive degree I will get a wonderful career that pays well and allows me to support myself and children!
I love it! I get to talk with other students that are interested in computers and technology as much as I am. I like how the classes are set up. I attend one day a week usually in the evenings for eight week courses. Participation with online activities plays a large role with these blended classes. The professors are excited to teach and are very knowledgeable with real world experience. The facilities are very simple and have boards along the walls with job opportunities, tutoring, internships, and professional organizations that they insist utilizing to get involved.
It was a great experience that I decided to continue my studies, and do my Masters Program that I start in July. Most of the classes were online, but it was great because I get to work in the mornings and do school work in the afternoon. At first, it was challenging and stressful but the support from classmates and the staff made it easier to focus. This year I graduated with my Bachelor's which I thought I would never be able to accomplish. Thanks to the Devry campus here in Arizona made it possible.