Roosevelt Master of Business Administration graduates have pursued jobs with Fortune 500 companies; federal, local and state enterprises; or have started their own ventures. Major organizations seek out the masters in business graduates because they enter the workforce informed about the realities of a global marketplace. Through small classes, mentoring and internship programs, networking events, and international study opportunities, students will emerge with the advanced problem-solving, management and decision-making skills to lead in a complex marketplace.
Students in this program do a deep study of the science of data analysis and will practice it on real data using enterprise-scale infrastructure. Students will experience different approaches, including big-data methods to data-mining, pattern-recognition and computer vision. The Data Analysis degree teaches students to use technology to gather, analyze and interpret data, facilitating decision making. "Big data" has become a force for competitive advantage. This program covers variety of approaches and methods related to the analysis and exploitation of data as an enterprise asset with a focus on solid fundamentals leading to applications from data mining to computer vision. Graduates are positioned to join this growing field in a variety of professions and industries.
The Bachelors in Pharmacy degree program at Roosevelt University is designed to prepare pharmacists to work in a variety of health care settings. Through a combination of academic coursework and introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences, students will graduate with the requisite competencies for entrance into the profession of pharmacy. The Roosevelt University Bachelors in Pharmacy program is an innovative, patient-centered, and dynamic learning experience. A small class size, dedicated faculty and staff, and the use of the latest technology helps prepare students to work successfully as practitioners, clinicians, or researchers. It is located in Schaumburg, IL just outside of Chicago, near major research hospitals, community pharmacies, and Fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies, allowing students to complete rotations in world class pharmacies