Keller Graduate School of Management

The Keller Graduate School of Management was founded in July 1973 by Dennis Keller and Ron Taylor. Formerly known as the CBA Institute, Keller offered a Certificate in Business Administration Programs which, in later years, became the Executive MBA programs. Keller’s graduate programs can be taken at one of the 85 campuses located all throughout the United States, or online through the school’s distance education arm.

Keller offers over 150 graduate courses in the fields of Business Administration, Accounting and Finance, Human Resources, Public Administration, and Technology Management, and these can be taken at any time. Alumni have different tuition rates, and students who are active members of the military can avail of a further discount on tuition as well. Apart from special student discounts, Keller also has various payment schemes in place. Further more, financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships and loans are also available to eligible students. For more details, contact a Keller Graduate School representative or contact the Financial Aid office.

To apply for admission, students must first complete an admission application form and be interviewed by a Keller Admission Representative. In addition, supporting documents such as diplomas, transcripts and/or GMAT or GRE scores proof that an undergraduate degree has been earned, will need to be submitted to the school. Applicants are notified in writing within one week of submitting all application documents.

Keller Graduate School of Management is a subsidiary of DeVry University and it is, through DeVry University, accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.

For more information about tuition, scholarships, financial aid, course ratings, admissions, online degrees, classes, regional accreditation, school rankings and reviews please contact Keller Graduate School of Management.

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