Hodges University comprises five schools: Fisher School of Technology, Johnson School of Business, Nichols School of Professional Studies, School of Allied Health and School of Liberal Studies.
Hodges University understands that computer skills are in great demand in virtually every job market. A prospective employee with computer training will have a great advantage over one with little or no training. Students in the Fisher School of Technology benefit from having current hardware and software in dedicated technology classrooms and are taught skills that are necessary to land great careers in technology-driven fields. Students can graduate from Hodges University not only with a degree but also with a number of industry certifications.
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Hodges University’s Johnson School of Business provides students with a hands-on approach to today’s business world, with classes taught by top business professionals with real-world experience. Research studies show that today’s organizations are looking for people who can think critically, solve problems, and work with and through employees from all disciplines. Skills like these are developed in leading-edge programs like those offered by the Johnson School of Business at Hodges University.
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Hodges University’s Nichols School of Professional Studies has developed programs that meet the growing needs of our global community. Surveys continually demonstrate that today’s global organizations need leaders who see the big picture and who have the training to make the vision a reality – problem solvers and critical thinkers with research skills, people skills and broad talents.
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View the School of Allied Health Programs of Study.
Hodges University’s School of Professional Studies provides students the foundation of knowledge that will support them through their academic and professional careers.
View the School of Liberal Studies Programs of Study.
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