Rowan University’s partnerships with regional County Colleges represent the opportunity for New Jersey residents to pursue a bachelor’s degree at a highly reduced cost. Through it’s undergraduate degree completion programs, Rowan University’s Division of Global Learning & Partnerships (Rowan Global), offers the remaining credit hours required to obtain a Rowan University degree via convenient delivery modes including classes offered online accelerated or on the ground at a Rowan College county campus. Students who elect to begin their degree through one of our Rowan College partners will also enjoy the benefit of:
No application fee
Guaranteed admission to a degree completion program provided admission conditions are met
A 15% discount off of the prevailing on-campus Rowan University tuition and fees
Rowan College at Gloucester County is a public, comprehensive, two-year institution located in Sewell, NJ and accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. The College seeks to assist individuals in the development of a career, while at the same time cultivating values and encouraging personal growth.
The following degree completion programs are currently available to RCGC students:
If you are interested in a Rowan University degree completion program at Rowan College of Gloucester County please contact the advisor Michael Plagianakos.
Rowan University Programs at RCBC
Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC), a comprehensive county college, provides all individuals access to affordable and quality education. The College’s two campuses in Pemberton and Mt. Laurel and three centers in Mt. Holly, Willingboro, and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst offer a full range of student services, as well as personal, cultural, and recreational enrichment programs.
The following courses will be offered on the Mt. Laurel campus of RCBC in Fall 2016 with class taking place only once a week in the evening. While you do not need to be enrolled in a degree program to take these courses, they can be applied to either the Rowan University Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) degree program or an Associate’s degree with RCBC.
WA 01.400 - Writing for the Workplace (WI) - 3 credits prereq: 60 credits
Wednesdays, 6:30-9:00 pm
Writing for the Workplace gives students practice in the writing activities common to most careers. Assignments include resumes and cover letters, field and progress reports, abstracts of professional articles, and proposals. Students can also expect to deliver one or two brief oral presentations.
INTR 01.265 - Computers and Society - 3 credits no prereqs
Day TBD (Tuesday or Thursday), 6:30-9:00 pm
This interdisciplinary course focuses upon the effects of computer systems on individuals and institutions. How computer systems are developed and operated will be related to an analysis of current trends in American society. A study of present and probably future applications of computers in such areas as management, economic planning, data collection, social engineering, education and the military will be followed by an exploration of the relationship of computer systems to problem solving orientations, bureaucratization, centralization of power, alienation, privacy, autonomy and people's self concept.
BUS 01.303 - Business Practicum - 3 credits prereq: 57 credits and student must be employed or in an internship simultaneously; we can assist the student with finding an internship if needed
Monday evenings, 6:30-9:00 pm, second half of the term; this course is always offered in a hybrid format with some in-class meetings and some online components
Enroll now to take these courses as part of the Bachelor of General Studies or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request an Activation & Registration form to be registered for the classes only.
If you are interested in a Rowan University degree completion program at Rowan College of Burlington County please contact the advisor Alexandra O’Neil.
Graduate Programs at RCBC
Beginning Fall 2016, the Rowan University, Rohrer College of Business Master of Business Administration (MBA) will be offered with a combination of online classes and evening classes held on the conveniently located Mount Laurel campus of RCBC. Those working or living in the Burlington County area now have easier access to one of the most affordable, AACSB accredited MBA programs in the region.
The general MBA at RCBC Mt. Laurel includes elective courses in project management, strategic planning, and logistics and supply chain management. Completion of the required 36 graduate credit hours (12 courses) is possible in as little as 24 months.
The ideal candidate for these degree completion programs possesses an associate’s degree or at least 60 semester hours from one of the Rowan Colleges. If you already possess your associate’s degree or 60 s.h., get started by completing the Intent Form. Rowan College applicants to the R.N. to B.S.N. program must complete the application form as well as the degree completion intent form due to accreditation requirements. However, the application fee will be waived. Current Rowan College students should contact the RCGC advisor or RCBC advisor for more information on how to get started.