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Hodges University

Campus: Naples, Florida

Type: 4 year, Private not-for-profit

Accreditation: SACS

Single Academic Year Cost: *Tuition: $13,700

Minimum Credit Hours: 36

GMAT Required: No

Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months

Online Concentrations: None

On Campus Requirements: No

School Site: Online MBA Overview | Tuition | Financial Aid


Founded in 1990, Hodges University is a private, non-profit institution of higher learning. With campuses located in Naples and Fort Myers, the university uses its local roots and global reach to provide transformation, learner-driven educational opportunities for its students. In addition to offering associate, baccalaureate and graduate degrees in a variety of disciplines and delivery options, Hodges University enhances the ability of students to achieve personal and professional objectives through diverse educational experiences and programs.


Hodges University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate, Bachelor’s, and Master’s degrees.


Online MBA students at Hodges University take 36 credit hours of courses that prepare them to take on leadership roles in both the private and public sectors. Hodges’s MBA program is generalized in nature, providing students with critical information they need about finance, the economy, marketing, accounting, business law, and management. Upon completion of Hodge’s online MBA program, students are poised with the skills they need to take their professional careers to the next level.


Hodges University evaluates the potential of its prospective students by considering their professional and academic backgrounds. Hodges’s online MBA program is one of the premier online MBA programs in Florida, and the school expects a lot from its students. To prove their potential, prospective students must take the following steps as a part of their application to the graduate business school:

  • Submit an online application
  • Send relevant transcripts from undergraduate institutions
  • Discuss professional and academic experiences with an Admissions Coordinator

Tuition and Financial Aid

Average graduate student cost in the academic year 2015-2016 was $11,880 in tuition, and $500 in fees. The university’s financial aid department encourages students to fill out a FAFSA and explore the myriad ways their educations can be financed with different types of aid and loans. The university offers scholarships to select students each year to assist them in funding their studies. Financial Aid is only available to those who qualify.
*All tuition information is from IPEDS.