This pathway leads to a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from Rowan University!

This is a sample schedule for your RCBC courses. Please meet make an appointment in AVISO to make a personalized plan. The recommended associate degree at RCBC is Communication Arts (AA.COM)

RCBC Courses

Total Credits: 61




Semester 1
(15 credits)

  • ENG 101 College Composition I
  • Social science (see associate degree for options) (3CR)
  • Math: MTH-107 or higher (3CR)
  • Artistic Literacy: ART 101, MUS 101, or THR 101 (3CR)
  • Elective (recommend CIS 101 or CIS 161 for AA.COM) (3CR)

Check self-service for prerequisite requirements and associate degree requirements.

Semester 2
(16 credits)

  • ENG 102 College Composition II (3CR)
  • Social Science (see associate degree for options) (3CR)
  • SPE 102 Public Speaking (3CR)
  • Natural Science with lab (see associate degree for options) (4CR)
  • SOC 207 Communication, Mass Media & Society (3CR)

Electives are any RCBC course; email for questions about electives.

Semester 3
(15 credits)

  • Natural Science (see associate degree for options) (3CR)
  • Elective (recommend COM 200 for AA.COM) (3CR)
  • History (see associate degree for options) (3CR)
  • Elective (recommend ENG 252 for AA.COM) (3CR)
  • Literature (recommend PHI 205, LIT 203, LIT LIT 206, LIT 207, LIT 208, LIT 209, LIT 210 or LIT 220 for AA.COM) (3CR)

C or higher in SOC 207, JOU 101 and GDD 317.

Semester 4
(15 credits)

  • Diversity Course (see associate degree for options) (3CR)
  • Elective (recommend History for AA.COM) (3CR)
  • JOU 101 Intro to Journalist Writing I (3CR)
  • PHI 105 Logic (3CR)
  • GDD 317 Publication Layout & Design (3CR)

If you complete all recommended and required courses, you will earn an AA.COM degree after semester 4.

Email for permission to take GDD 317.

Rowan University Courses

Total Credits: 59 

Courses are taken on the Glassboro Campus. Students need to apply to Rowan University in their last semester at RCBC. Students are automatically admitted if they graduate from RCBC with an AA or AS degree and complete the traditional transfer application process. Please meet with your Rowan University academic advisor to plan your courses at Rowan University.