Degrees & Programs

A Leader in University Academics

With 85 Bachelor’s degree programs, 65 Master’s degree programs, 2 Doctoral programs, and 2 Professional programs, students can pursue any number of professional callings. Our nationally ranked academic programs are taught in small classes, by faculty who are engaged with their students, connected in their fields, and invested in student achievement. For those unsure of what degree to pursue, our Exploratory Studies Program provides supportive advising and resources designed to allow students to learn more about a variety of majors and careers, until they find the path that is right for them.

One student with open notebook explaining to three other students

The University, which reorganized in 2012, includes colleges of Business, Communication & Creative Arts, Education, Engineering, Humanities & Social Sciences, Medicine, Performing Arts, Science & Mathematics, Graduate & Continuing Education and a School of Biomedical Sciences.

Rowan graduate level students looking forward to the front of the class

Students enrolled in our academic programs include college graduates pursuing masters or doctoral programs and returning college students pursuing the completion of a baccalaureate degree or certification.

A group of Rowan SOM students practicing chest compressions on dummies

The current RowanSOM curriculum was designed to meet the changing dynamics of the world of quality health care in this century. There is an emphasis on primary care throughout, with patient contact beginning in the first year.

A Cooper medical student receiving her white coat

We believe that the design and continued evaluation of our curriculum will foster physicians who will commit to lifelong learning and provide care that is compassionate, evidenced-based, and improves not only the health of the individual, but of the community.