A partnership with long-term benefits
If you want to advance in your career, a college degree can help you achieve those goals. Command and General Staff College has partnered with DeVry University and its Keller Graduate School of Management to help you get the tailored training and enhanced leadership and management abilities you need to succeed.
Special Partner Group Tuition Rate
Our partnership reduces the cost of tuition, making it more affordable to earn your degree, and as a student of one of our partners your application fee will be waived. Learn more about all the educational benefits this partnership offers.
Studies show a college degree can mean a higher salary and lowered unemployment rates1 – and that the benefits of a four-year degree are equivalent to an investment with a 15.2% per year return.2 That means that an investment in education is really an investment in your greatest asset – you. And with the partnership between Command and General Staff College, DeVry and Keller, the benefits last a lifetime.
An education designed with your life balance in mind
DeVry makes courses available when and where you need them – whether that's in a classroom, or online in between meetings or at a kitchen table at night after the kids are in bed. Our courses are offered in eight-week academic sessions, and day, evening and weekend classes are available to make your life even easier. You can take courses online, on campus at one of our nationwide locations, or a combination of both, giving you the flexibility to design a schedule that accommodates your busy life.
At DeVry and Keller, everything we do is focused on helping you reach your education and professional goals. From delivering invaluable flexibility and support while you're working on your degree to ongoing career assistance after you finish, your future is our priority – for life.
A different kind of university
If you've got the drive to succeed in your career, you're our kind of different. Find out what makes our students Different. On Purpose.
1"How College Shapes Lives: Understanding the Issues." The College Board, 2013, visited July 10, 2014, at http://trends.collegeboard.org/education_pays, p.6. Education Pays 2013: The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society. The College Board, 2013, visited July 10, 2014, at http://trends.collegeboard.org/education_pays, p. 19.
2Greenstone and Looney (2011) of the Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project, cited in "Education Pays 2013: The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society," The College Board, 2013, visited July 10, 2014, at http://trends.collegeboard.org/education_pays, p. 8