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Current Students

Support for Current Students

Often times graduate students appreciate being able to self-support by having access to guides and tools that allow them to seek answers to common questions at their own convenience. Sometimes it is helpful to meet with an Academic Advisor or Program Director to address more nuanced or complicated situations, or with a Career Advisor when preparing for a job search and interviews.

We want to provide you the support you need to enjoy a productive and efficient course of study.

Tools for Self-Service

Handbook

The Graduate Student Handbook lists important information for students in the MBA, MS Finance, COGS, and CAGS programs. Download the handbook and use it as a reference throughout your program. The handbook addresses topics such as:

  • Degree and Program requirements and options
  • Registration Tips and Support
  • Curriculum Sequencing (order and staggering of courses)
  • Guidelines on Graduation and Commencement
  • Career Services
  • Campus Resources
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Logistics (parking, food, campus maps)

Foundation Fact Sheet

The Foundation Fact Sheet addresses the most common questions graduate business students have questions about Foundation courses:

  • How do I provide evidence for additional Foundation waiver consideration?
  • What are my options for completing Foundation courses at Rowan or at a community college?
  • If I complete my Foundation courses external to Rowan after admission to a graduate business program, how do I submit the transcripts for updated Foundation waivers?

Course Sequence Map for MBA

Course sequencing based on Foundation and pre-requisites is a common area where graduate students need guidance. While there are four MBA courses that do not require any Foundation or Graduate Course Pre-reqs, the remaining eight courses are restricted based on prior coursework. You can find this information listed in visual representation in the Course Sequencing Map.

MBA Worksheet

The MBA Worksheet lists Foundation and Pre-reqs for the Core Graduate courses and is also useful for students seeking to map out degree completion options based on selecting different potential schedules semester by semester.

Exploring Course Options

The Section Tally is a tool organized by semester and includes all Rowan course offerings.  Section Tally lists all registration-related information for each course including start and end dates, meeting days and times, location, mode of delivery (hybrid, online, etc.) instructor, prerequisites/restrictions, and whether or not there is any space available in the class.

For detailed instructions (including screenshots) on navigating Section Tally, please review the Section Tally or the Rohrer Guide for Graduate Business Programs Section Tally Guide.

Academic Advising

We are happy to offer Academic Advising support to address your specific interests, needs, and concerns.              

We can address your questions via email if that is your preference, or we can schedule phone or face-to-face appointments. Let us know what is best for you and we will make arrangements to fit your schedule.

Academic Advising support can include:

  • Schedule planning and course sequencing for the most efficient path to degree completion
  • Selecting courses to befit your academic and career goals
  • Advice on finding the right support for potential career options
  • Registration help
  • Satisfying Foundation course requirements
  • Program-specific questions

Please contact the Office of Graduate Business Programs at GraduateBusinessStudies@rowan.edu or call (856)256-4024 to let us know how we can help you.

Tuition and Aid

For information on Graduate Tuition and Fees, please refer to Rowan Global.

Please become familiar with Billing and Payment policy and procedures.

Graduate student Financial Aid is available. Learn more about Graduate Financial Aid options. 

Career Planning and Management

Career Management Center

Our goal is to be your one-stop-shop for guidance to achieve your educational goals and launch or redirect your career. Drop in to meet with an adviser or attend a workshop to learn how to write a resume, interview well and so much more.

Center for Professional Development

The Rohrer College of Business Center for Professional Development (CPD) will provide business students with the tools necessary to navigate the job and internship search process and to become career-ready. The career education received through the CPD will enable Rohrer College of Business students to graduate with the ability to find meaningful employment in their chosen field.