Roosevelt University campus with "25 Best Bachelor's Biology Campus" and "25 Best Campus Bachelor's in Radiation Sciences" badges

Two programs in the Roosevelt University College of Science, Health and Pharmacy recently earned top 25 national rankings in their respective fields.

Bachelors Degree Center recognized the Roosevelt bachelor’s in biology as No. 19 of the “25 Best Bachelor’s in Biology in 2021.”

At Roosevelt, biology students have worked on research projects with Roosevelt faculty and present at regional and national conferences. Students can choose the Bachelor of Science track for a strong lab science foundation, or a Bachelor of Arts track for a broader perspective on biology and society.

Best Health Degrees also ranked the Roosevelt bachelor’s in radiation therapy technology No. 21 of the top 25 radiation science degrees in the United States. 

In the Roosevelt radiation therapy program, students learn how to safely operate machines used to treat cancer and care compassionately with patients. During their final year of course work, students get hands-on clinical experience at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Roosevelt graduates have a 100% pass rate on radiation therapy board exams over the last five years.

The two resources ranked programs based on factors that indicate career value, including tuition cost, salary potential, reputation and accreditation. Learn more about Roosevelt’s rankings at Best Health Degrees and Bachelors Degree Center.

ABOUT THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, HEALTH AND PHARMACY

The new College of Science, Health and Pharmacy brings together established Roosevelt programs in a central hub of student support services. Choose from 16 programs where you’ll sharpen your research skills and get real-world clinical experience. In March 2020, Roosevelt integrated with Robert Morris University Illinois to add new programs in nursing, exercise, health and wellness.

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