In 1931, DeVry identified a real need for tech-centered, career-focused education. And in 1973, Keller and Taylor saw a real need to serve working adults and the companies that employed them. Despite being decades apart, these visionary educators set the course for DeVry University and its Keller Graduate School of Management.
In the ensuing years, we’ve made it a priority to prepare students to harness the power of innovation in an increasingly technical world, and to apply their skills and ideas to business and industry. Today, DeVry and Keller faculty and students continue with our founders’ inventive spirit and focus on real-world problem-solving. With an eye on the needs of modern business, we infuse technology and its uses across our programs and our university. We maintain a pioneering perspective of education, welcoming new opportunities to explore and discover, always moving forward to the future.