Undergraduate
Studies

Delivering a Transformational Education

Roosevelt University’s undergraduate academic experience spans six colleges and more than 120 majors and minors. You’ll find a rich variety of disciplines and fields of study, in which you will hone your critical skills, communication ability and reasoning. Our professional, progressive programs are fine-tuned to today’s dynamic career landscape — all firmly planted in the traditions of social justice.

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The Roosevelt Core

The CORE is a set of required courses and experiences for all undergraduate students, which takes advantage of Roosevelt’s small, supportive campus environment in a dynamic urban location. The CORE promotes learning within five key competency areas:

  • Civic & Social Engagement
  • Inquiry, Analysis & Decision-Making
  • Literacy & Communication
  • Personal & Social Awareness
  • Integrated Learning
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The Honors Program

Engage your curiosity in innovative learning. The Honors Program provides unique and challenging academic opportunities for students of all interests. Through close faculty mentorship, civic engagement and personalized curriculum, you’ll be prepared for graduate school or professional success.

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Experiential Learning

Integrate your classroom knowledge with real-world experiences. Experiential learning opportunities, which are required for all undergraduate students, allow you to apply content and theory discussed inside the classroom to contexts and communities beyond the university.

“Yours is not the task of making your way in the world, but the task of remaking the world which you will find before you.”

- Franklin Delano Roosevelt