The BSBA in Management prepares students to become managers in a wide variety of settings. There are many types of management positions in small, medium or large organizations within industry, government or service fields. The management major at Roosevelt University prepares you to succeed in these various settings whether it be your own start-up business, a small or large organization, or a non-profit. In all of our course work, we teach you about management from both practical and ethical standpoints. Your course work will include studies in finance, accounting, human resources, marketing, business law and information systems, as well as more specific management areas such as operations management, social entrepreneurship and organizational behavior.
In Roosevelt's bachelor's in management, students get all the benefits of an outstanding college education in a convenient setting with personal attention and special opportunities that can advance the student as they move along in their studies. We have small class sizes, internship and mentorship programs, tutoring support, day and night classes and, most of all, faculty who care.
The Heller College of Business faculty offer an accelerated BS in Business Administration/Master of Business Administration (MBA) program to eligible students. Students entering this program can earn both bachelor's and master's degrees in less time than earning these degrees separately.
A very practical education. We are practitioners as well as researchers. We explain both the theory as well as the actual application of these theories to the business setting. We have high standards. We expect students to roll up their sleeves and engage in their work as well as with their instructors. Expect lots of case studies, research opportunities and a strong support system.
Roosevelt offers a minor in management to both current College of Business students as well as to students who are from other colleges. The basic difference between a major and a minor is that in the latter, a student takes courses that are almost exclusively within the management field, not outside of it.
Management majors are prepared to go into almost any industry, large or small, public or private, or even start their own business.
In the area, students have attended graduate programs at Northwestern University, Loyola University Chicago or DePaul University. They have also attended The Ohio State University, the University of Wisconsin and many other large and small colleges, and many have gone on to law school.