At RCBC

We are more than just a community college.

At Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) you have access to the easiest, most affordable path to a bachelor's degree. Take 75% of your courses at RCBC and finish your bachelor's degree through Rowan University in four easy steps. Here is how it works:

Earn your associate degree
Complete your associate degree which counts as your freshman and sophomore year.

Continue at RCBC in Mount Laurel
Continue your savings by taking your junior-year courses with RCBC's faculty.

Seamlessly transfer to Rowan University
Take your senior-year courses with Rowan University faculty in Mount Laurel or online for a 15% discount off of Rowan University's tuition and fees.

Get a jump start on your future
Earn an associate degree from RCBC and a bachelor's degree from Rowan University with a savings around $75,000. That is money you don't have to repay after graduation!

Please note: Total tuition is determined by the selected program.

10

Available Majors

$75,000

in Tuition Savings

$3.3 Million

Saved by 3+1 graduates
as of spring 2019

Unlimited

Unlocked Potential
Applied Professional Communications

Develop your technical and digital skills as well as communication skills for many careers related to media, sales, marketing, public relations, human resources, project management and corporate communications.

Biology
 

Gain a firm foundation for science-related careers, admission to medical and other professional health programs.

Possible Careers: Environmental careers, Bioinformatics Education or Biotechnology.

Computing
and Informatics

Build a solid foundation in computing for a career in information technology.

Possible Careers: Technical application trainer, Software QA / testing engineer, Support technician, Infrastructure administrator or Programmer.

Criminal Justice
(Law and Justice)

Study crime, the function of criminal law and the criminal justice system to prepare for professional careers in law enforcement and security services, court services, corrections and human services.

Possible Careers: Probation/parole, Police, Paralegal, Fish & Game, Federal drug enforcement, Crime scene investigation

Electrical Engineering Technology

Learn about analog and digital circuits to implement and service the systems that use them.
Possible careers: power, electronics, biotechnology, imaging, computer, defense, aerospace, automotive, telecommunications and many other industries, as well as manufacturing, robotics and automation.

Inclusive
Education

Earn elementary (K-6) and special education certifications in one program. This major includes the Teacher of Students with Disabilities endorsement and provides a conceptual foundation in inclusive education.

Possible Careers: Elementary Teacher,Special Education Teacher

Liberal Studies
(concentration in Philosophy and Law & Justice studies)

Receive a well-rounded, liberal education allowing you to focus on Philosophy, and Law and Justice Studies. 
Possible Careers: Law, Government, Social work

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Learn how products and machinery work, so you can design, create or use them. 
Possible Careers: transportation, power, climate control, machine design, manufacturing, materials and automation.

Nursing (RN-BSN)

Become a registered nurse and then earn a bachelor’s degree for advancement opportunities in the ever-expanding field of nursing.

Psychology

Learn more about human behaviors, personalities, thoughts and emotions. Coursework includes lifespan development, abnormal psychology, cognition and social interactions, among other topics.
Possible Careers: Research, Human Services, Counseling, Human resources, Health Professions, School Psychology

Wawa

“It is a transformational wonderful way to earn your degree. It has the attention of the business community,”

Chris Gheysens

Wawa Chief Executive Officer (CEO)