College of Science, Health and Pharmacy
The College of Science, Health and Pharmacy (CSHP) undergraduate programs combine challenging curriculums with hands-on experiences to offer comprehensive science, nursing, and health training. Future scientists, nurses, pharmacists, health-related professionals and innovators find the support they need through CSHP’s rigorous curriculums, state-of-the-art facilities, research, internship and clinical opportunities. CSHP offers undergraduate degree programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Science in Nursing and prepares students for admission to professional and graduate schools.
Further Requirements for BA and BS Degrees in the College of Science, Health and Pharmacy
COURSE WORK AT THE 200 AND 300 LEVEL
At least 60 credit hours of work with satisfactory final grades must be completed in courses numbered 200 or higher of which at least 18 credit hours must be in courses numbered 300 or higher.
GRADE POINT AVERAGE
A regular student in good standing becomes a candidate for the degree upon completing a minimum of 120 semester hours of work with a grade point average of 2.0 or higher at Roosevelt University. Students are also responsible for checking the grade point average requirements of their majors.
Students are urged to declare a major during their sophomore year and to consult their academic advisor regularly. All seniors should complete a final check of requirements no later than the semester preceding the one they expect to graduate.
MAXIMUM HOURS IN THE MAJOR
At least 69 credit hours (63 credit hours for BS candidates) must be completed outside the student’s major. Note that some majors require additional hours outside the major.
Many students choose a minor to complement their major. Students can complete a minor outside of the College of Sciences, Health and Pharmacy and specific requirements for these minors are listed in the relevant section of this catalog. Students should see their academic advisor for recommendations and approval.
- Major credits can be shared with CORE Ideas and Experiential Learning courses if designated as such by the program
- Major credits may not be shared with CORE credits toward other general education requirements in Communication, Mathematics, Natural Science, Social Science, and Humanities
- Credits cannot be shared between a major and a minor
- Credits can be shared between CORE (General Education) requirements and a minor