Apollos University

Introduction

Apollos University was established with the mission to provide higher education to qualified students that might not be able to attend or afford a traditional university. The University was originally founded in August, 2004 as a non-profit university. Later the non-profit corporation was closed and today’s for-profit corporation was established in May, 2005. The new University was named Apollos University of California with a “doing business as” (DBA) Apollos University.

Apollos has remained true to its original mission of providing higher education to qualified students via online technologies and mediums. Today, the university has students throughout the United States and Canada, as well as in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Apollos serves working professionals from around the globe who would not be able to leave their jobs to enroll in a traditional, brick and mortar university..

Apollos University received its approval from the State of California’s Bureau for Private Postsecondary & Vocational Education (BPPVE) in July 2005 and then enrolled its first student in September 2005. Over the past few years, the University has successfully grown and proven itself to be a student centered university. Its first graduation was held in July 2007 and the graduates have all, without exception, made significant improvements in their professional lives based upon the knowledge and encouragement they received from their Apollos University degree programs.

In its continued strive for quality; the Board of Directors authorized the Executive Board to pursue 3rd party accreditation. Apollos applied for accreditation in 2010 and received accreditation status in January 2012. The university is now an accredited member of the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). DEAC is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency.

Apollos University is also proud to serve members of the United States military and their families. (We offer flexible, accredited online programs to people all over the world)

Apollos University is approved for several tuition assistance programs offered by the US Department of Veterans Affairs.

The following Apollos courses are approved for enrollment using one of the programs below:

  • Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
  • Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration (AAS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Science in Organizational Management (MSOM)

Enrollment in these courses is available for veterans as well as their spouses under the MyCAA program.

Mission Statement

Apollos University is an academic institution of higher learning that is dedicated to the principle of providing the highest quality education at an affordable tuition rate for students who seek to increase their career advancement opportunities and enhance their leadership skills. Our programs are built on a foundation of knowledge transfer, application of knowledge, critical thinking, and research skills. Apollos’ programs are offered worldwide through an online, distance learning methodology designed to meet the needs of the global student while providing individualized service to our students.

The student registers for classes each term and is responsible for payment of their tuition associated with those classes no later than the first day before the classes are scheduled to start.

  • Undergraduate Tuition $145.00 / per Credit
  • Masters Tuition $184.00 / per Credit
  • Doctoral Tuition $217.00 / per Credit

All undergraduate courses are 3 credits each and the total tuition cost per course is $435. All but one of the master level courses are 3 credits each and the total tuition cost per course is $552. Most doctoral level courses are 3 credits each and the total tuition per 3 credit course is $651. However, there are four 1 ½ credit doctoral workshop courses and the cost for each of these courses is $325.50.

  • Estimated Total Associate Program Cost is $8,775 US ($25 library fee, $8,700 tuition (60 credits), and $50 graduation fee).
  • Estimated Total Bachelor Program Cost is $17,475 US ($25 library fee, $17,400 tuition (120 credits), and $50 graduation fee).
  • Estimated Total Master’s Program Cost is $6,883 US ($25 library fee, $6,808 tuition (37 credits), and $50 graduation fee).
  • Estimated Total Doctoral Program Cost is $13,387 US ($100 Library Fee, $13,237 Tuition (61 credits), & $50 Graduation Fee).

Textbook Grant

Textbooks are provided to the student through the Apollos University Textbook Grant and mailed to the student using either the United States Postal Service or United Parcel Service (UPS). The Textbook Grant covers the cost of the textbook and the shipping and handling of the textbooks. However, the student will be billed for the cost of expediting textbooks required due to late registration (as during the 5 day add/drop period at the start of each term) and also for the cost of international mailing. Textbooks provided by the Textbook Grant can be new or used textbooks.

Fees

The following fees and charges are costs that students may incur beyond the basic tuition cost for specific degree programs. Fees are charged when services are rendered.

International Transcript Evaluation $ 250.00
One Time APOLLOS Library Fee $ 25.00
One Time APOLLOS Library Fee (Doctoral) $ 100.00
Registration Fee (20% of Tuition) $ 200.00 maximum (See Registration Fee in Catalog) Challenge Exam $ 250.00
Late Registration Fee $ 25.00
Graduation Fee $ 50.00
Additional Transcript Fee $ 10.00
Bank Wire Fee (incoming or outgoing) $ 25.00
Change of Program Fee $ 50.00
Course Extension Fee (2 Weeks) $ 50.00
Leave of Absence Fee $ 50.00
*Returned Check Fee $ 25.00

  • Indicates fees that are non-refundable
This school offers programs in:
  • English

Videos

A welcome message

Why Apollos?

Contact