Art Programs

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Art

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) offers two Associate degree programs in the study of art. The A.A. Art program provides students with both a broad-based liberal arts education and a strong foundation in the visual arts. The Associate in Fine Arts degree in Art provides a core foundation in drawing, design, and 3 dimensional design as well as an immersion experience in program, studio and art history courses.

 

How to Apply

If you hold a high school diploma, a GED, college credits or a degree, and wish to be considered for the Associate of Art Program or the Associate of Fine Art Program:

  1. Apply to RCBC using our Online Application (no fee).

  2. Have all official high school and college transcripts sent to the Office of Admissions:
    Rowan College at Burlington County
    Office of Admissions
    601 Pemberton Browns Mills Road
    Pemberton, New Jersey 08068

  3. Check with the Registration at (856) 222-9311, ext. 1560, to ensure that all transcripts have been received.

 

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