Heller College of Business

At the Walter E. Heller College of Business, Roosevelt offers business education with today's economy in mind. Our degrees 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.

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Academic Programs

Explore comprehensive curricula designed for students seeking to accomplish academic and professional goals with the Heller College of Business undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Find your program today.

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View student learning outcomes statistics for Heller College of Business undergraduate programs and graduate programs.

2019 - 2020 ACBSP Accredited Program Graduates: BSBA: 114; MSA: 16; MSAF: 14; MBA: 89; MSHRM: 24; MSRE: 11

Spring 2023 Graduates by ACBSP-Accredited Programs

The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) accreditation focuses on recognizing teaching excellence, determining student learning outcomes, and provides a continuous, relevant improvement to bolster student success. As an ACBSP-accredited institution, Heller College of Business is committed to a student-centered approach that ensures our students have the skills employers want.  In the Spring 2023, 144 students graduated from the Heller College of Business' ACBSP Accredited Programs.

Meet Our Faculty

The award-winning faculty at Roosevelt’s Heller College of Business are experienced professionals and leaders in their fields. They bring relevant industry experience and have earned an exceptional reputation for their dedication to student success. Our faculty stress personal and professional integrity, and the upholding of business practices that improve the community.

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“Roosevelt was a community environment that I was proud to be a part of.... [my pro bono project investigating alleged elder abuse] was a really rewarding experience to hopefully make a difference.”

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