Roosevelt University Majors and Programs

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Current Majors and Programs

Criminal Justice (BA)

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  • 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.
  • Prepare for a successful career in policing, courts, corrections and more, as well as for graduate school.
  • Courses are held on site at the Harper College University Center and online.

Admissions Requirements

  • Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Law Enforcement and Justice Administration OR Associate in Arts or Science
  • Completion of LEJ 201 and 210
Elementary Education (BA)

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  • 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.

Admission Requirements

  • Completion of Associate in Arts or Science
  • Completion of the following courses:
    • MTH 103, 165, 130, 131
    • HST 111 or 112
    • BIO 104
    • GEG 111
    • PSC 101
    • ECE 102
    • EDU 201, 211, 219, 220
Graphic Design (BA)

(Degree pathway and admission requirements coming soon)

Roosevelt’s graphic design program teaches you the skills needed to create visual concepts and to communicate ideas. While using cutting-edge software, you will study web, video, print, photography and digital animation as you prepare for success in this competitive industry. You will also learn to communicate visually and verbally by using an aesthetic perspective, developed through the study of design history and theory. Upon completion, you will be equipped with the knowledge necessary for effective visual presentation of verbal, photographic and graphic information.  

Health Science Administration (BA)

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  • 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.
  • Prepared for a successful career 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 on site at the Harper College University Center and online.

Admission Requirements

  • Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Healthcare Careers (Dental Hygiene, DMS, DCS, Health Information Technology, Medical Office Administration, Radiologic Technology, Surgical Technology) OR Associate in Arts or Science 
  • MTH 101 and 165 (not required for admission but will need to be completed by graduation)

Human Resource Management (BSBA)

(Degree pathway and admission requirements coming soon)

The human resource management major at Roosevelt is unique given our small class sizes, student-focused faculty and real-world curriculum that prepare you for the demands of today's fast-changing HR landscape. Learn the theory and the real-world skills necessary to be a successful HR professional. You will get a hands-on education that uses real-world cases, projects, and experiential exercises to simulate precisely the types of activities you will do as a future HR professional, so you’ll be well-prepared for the demands of the profession upon graduation. 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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The Heller College of Business MBA program at Roosevelt University prepares you for leadership roles in organizations across a variety of business disciplines. Featuring small class sizes, robust experiential learning opportunities, and faculty with both scholars and industry practitioners, the MBA program builds your critical knowledge and skills to prepare you to thrive in a dynamic business environment. Heller MBA alumni hold leadership roles in Fortune 500 organizations, non-profit organizations, and governmental organizations across the U.S.    

 

Roosevelt Contact

Mitch Edgecomb
Admissions Counselor
Roosevelt University
medgecomb@roosevelt.edu 


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Last Updated: 1/4/23