Explore the tensions and challenges in the criminal justice system and seek to improve it through a socially responsive perspective. You'll be prepared for a successful career in policing, courts, corrections and more.
The BA in Elementary Education (ELED) prepares teacher candidates to address the learning and socio-emotional needs of children from 1st through 6th grades. This intensive, field-based program prepares every candidate to work democratically with diverse children and families, including those with special needs and second language backgrounds. It provides opportunities to earn a combination of Illinois teaching credentials.
Gain the knowledge and skills necessary for working professionals engaged in health care service delivery or laboratory science fields. Our 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.
The Heller College of Business (Roosevelt University) MBA program prepares graduates for leadership roles in organizations across a variety of business disciplines. Featuring small class sizes, robust experiential learning opportunities, and a faculty consisting of a mix of scholars and industry, our MBA program builds critical knowledge and applied skills that will prepare you to thrive in a dynamic business environment. Heller MBA alumni have gone on to hold leadership roles in Fortune 500 organizations, non-profit organizations, and governmental organizations across the US.
Our graphic design classes provide the skills needed to create visual concepts and to communicate ideas by using cutting-edge software to prepare you for the industry’s competitive environment. Students will be equipped with the knowledge necessary for effective visual presentation of verbal, photographic and graphic information. Those in Roosevelt's graphic design program will also learn to communicate visually and verbally by using an aesthetic perspective, which is developed through the study of design principles, history and theory.
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. Our faculty teach both theory and the real-world skills necessary to be a successful HR professional. You will get hands-on education that uses real-world cases, project, and experiential exercises to simulate precisely the types of activities you will do as a future HR professional, so that when you graduate you are prepared for the demands of the profession.