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Endicott College

Campus: Beverly, Massachusetts

Type: Private

Accreditation: NEASC

Base Program Cost: $24, 318

Per Credit Hour: $579

Minimum Credit Hours: 42

GMAT Required: No

Minimum Time Commitment: 18

Online Concentrations: College MBA for the Experienced Professional

On Campus Requirement: No

School Site: Online MBA Overview | Tuition | Financial Aid


Founded in 1939, this private, four-year college was originally intended to be a two-year school for women. Coming a long way without forgetting its rich history, this school now educates nearly a combined 5,000 undergrads and postgrads.

Not all of those students are on campus, though, as the school has branched out to provide distance education, as evidenced by the online MBA program offered for experienced professionals. The curriculum students get is above and beyond anything offered by other online MBA programs in Massachusetts.


Endicott is accredited through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. This accreditation applies to the institution as a whole, making an Endicott College online MBA that much more meaningful. Students and alumni can rest easy knowing that the degrees they’ve earned were a wise investment.


Designed to be completed in a little over 18 months, professionals can tailor the program to fit their needs. It can be online, in person, or a combination of both. It is composed of a total of 14 courses: 10 core and four tied to your specialization. Students can choose to home in on specific topics such as human resources, accounting, marketing, or even non-profit management.


Because the program is geared more toward working professionals, the school is more concerned with work experience than test scores like the GMAT. Admission requirements include:

  • Two years relevant working experience
  • Completed application

As you can see from their requirements, your work experience must be relevant. Two years in a non-professional setting likely won’t cut it.

Tuition and Financial Aid

More than 85% of the students enrolled at Endicott receive some form of financial assistance, making tuition that much more bearable. If you’re interested in seeing if you’re eligible, just complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and a member of the school’s financial aid team should help you from there. The school clearly lists everything for students to see, making it easier for questions and concerns to be addressed in a timely manner.