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Video - an interview with College of Business Dean Terri Friel

Walter E. Heller College of Business

Roosevelt means business.

At the Walter E. Heller College of Business, Roosevelt offers business education with today's economy in mind. Our degrees and credentials keep a tight focus on practical application and success in today's global corporate environment that integrates an emphasis on personal and professional integrity, as well as the importance of social responsibility.

Our mission: Roosevelt University's Walter E. Heller College of Business provides a diverse population of students the best opportunity to develop critical skills necessary for success. This education emphasizes professional integrity, sustainable business practices, and global engagement.

Our students learn and experience leadership critical thinking, business marketing, finance, operations, management and information technology giving them an edge in the workplace. Students also benefit from practical experience and real-world access achieved through internships available at leading Chicago-area businesses and the dynamic instruction and guidance from our seasoned faculty and staff.


  • March 31, 2014

    “When I began talking with American soldiers, I realized they were people like me trying to make a better life for themselves,” said Samawi (Sam) Al Helli, a native of Iraqi whose family lost everything at the hands of Al Qaeda. Al Helli is currently an MBA student in International Business.  

  • Roosevelt economists challenge value of using randomized tests
    March 21, 2014

    Economics professor Stephen T. Ziliak and one of his students, Edward Teather-Posadas, a 2013 graduate who teaches economics in Roosevelt's MBA program, have done a study and article challenging use of randomized testing, which is to be published in The Oxford University Press Handbook on Professional Economic Ethics.

  • February 28, 2014

    Adam Braun to speak about “Blending Nonprofit Idealism with For-Profit Business Principles. Heller College's Paul Wellen, professor marketing and char of ithe department of Management, Marketing, Human Resource Management and Entrepreneurship, to be honored at luncheon. 


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