master’s degree


4 Ways to Avoid Plagiarism
By Brittany O’Neill, assistant librarian in the Terry P. McMahan Library Now that the fall semester is underway, you may have big papers or projects on the horizon. You know that plagiarism violates Hodges University’s Academic Honesty Policy and can have serious consequences, but maybe you are not sure about […]

Proceeding with Caution: 4 Ways to Avoid Plagiarism


Three Tips to Increase English Skills While in College
By Leisha Cali, director of the English as a Second Language program If English is not your first language and you are pursuing a college degree in a country or at a university where English is used, you know that increasing your understanding and use of academic English will determine […]

Three Tips to Increase English Skills While in College


By Dr. April Brown, LMHC, NCC, Ed.D., director of counseling services Whether you have made the decision to attend Hodges University, or you are expressing interest in becoming a student, that is a reason to celebrate! This step is a new beginning. If you are a Hodges student, a successful […]

Six Ways to Celebrate Life



Best of Criminal Justice at Hodges University
There are many advantages to enrolling in Hodges University’s criminal justice program, including opportunities in experiential learning and receiving instruction by expert professors who have years of experience in the field. Your decision to earn a degree in criminal justice will give you the skills you need to succeed in […]

Discover the Best of Hodges University’s Criminal Justice Program



Miguel in class.
When Miguel Rivera was a young boy in Ponce, Puerto Rico, he knew three things: he wanted to be just like his father, who was a professional baseball player, he needed to learn English, and he needed to study hard. Successful in each of these areas, his interest in math […]

Giving Students the Chance to be Successful



Experiential Learning
Steven Mintz, executive director of the University of Texas System’s Institute for Transformational Learning and professor of history at the University of Texas at Austin, describes experiential education as a type of learning that “is largely an ‘add-on’” in higher education. “These real world, hands-on experiences can give students insight […]

The Value of Experiential Learning in College


Mia Rodgers
Author, artist and professional speaker Mary Ann Radmacher once said, “Unexpected events can set you back or set you up. It is all a matter of perspective.” For Mia Rodgers, captain at the Lee County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) and commander of the Core Facility in Fort Myers, a positive outlook, […]

Captain by Day and Student by Night


Lourdes Araujo
A student in the clinical mental health counseling master’s program at Hodges University, Lourdes Araujo has always been drawn to positions that involve serving others. Setting a goal to earn a Ph.D. in clinical supervision and education and one day become a Hodges University professor, her next steps are to […]

Fulfilling Her Purpose of Helping Others