Roosevelt University Majors and Programs

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Current Majors and Programs

Criminal Justice (BA)

  • Explore the tensions and challenges in the criminal justice system and seek to improve it through a socially responsive perspective.
  • Take courses on topics such as Crime in America, Police & Society, Women & Crime and more to prepare you for the workforce.
  • Graduates are prepared for successful careers in policing, courts, corrections and more, as well as for graduate school.
  • Courses are held onsite at the Harper College University Center and online.

Early Childhood Education (BA)

  • Become a highly qualified educator in child care of early schooling programs via diverse field placements and a capstone clinical experience.
  • Completion of the Early Childhood Education concentration entitles students to the Level 5 ECE and Infant/Toddler Credentials, state recognized employment credentials that signal substantial training, education and experience with children from birth through age 8.

Elementary Education (BA)

  • Become a licensed teacher in grades 1 through 6.
  • Receive individualized coaching as you complete intensive field and clinical experiences.
  • Explore curricular connections between reading and social studies, math and science.
  • Earn valuable ESL/bilingual, LBS 1, and reading endorsements in addition to your teaching license.

Health Science Administration (BA)

  • Gain the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in administration and organization of health care, and medical laboratory settings.
  • Enhance your career opportunities as a working professional engaged in health care service delivery or laboratory science fields.
  • Graduates are prepared for successful careers in administration, lab science management or technology, as well as for graduate study in public health, health care administration or health policy.
  • Courses are held onsite at the Harper College University Center and online.

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