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3 1 IS A PROGRAM THAT MAKESGETTING YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE EVEN EASIERBY STAYING AT RCBC FOR ONE MORE YEAR.Students who enroll in the 3 1program will be able to completetheir freshman, sophomore andjunior year courses with RowanCollege at Burlington County(RCBC) at the communitycollege cost and their senior yearcourses with Rowan University atRowan University’s tuition cost.RCBC graduates enrolling in the3 1 program will receive a 15%discount off of the prevailing oncampus Rowan University tuitionand fees for classes offered onlineand in Mount Laurel.Available 3 1 Majors: BA in Applied ProfessionalCommunication BS and BA inBiological Sciences BA in Computingand Informatics BS in Electrical EngineeringTechnology BA in Inclusive Education BA in Law and Justice(Criminal Justice) BA in Liberal Studies(Concentration in Philosophyand Law and Justice Studies) BS in MechanicalEngineering Technology BS in Nursing(RN-BSN only) BA in PsychologyTo enroll in the 3 1 program, please follow the steps below(rcbc.edu/rowan/how-to-enroll):1. Apply to Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC). Make sure you sendall college and high school transcripts to RCBC, fill out the free online applicationat rcbc.edu/admissions, and declare a major.2. See academic advising, rcbc.edu/advising, to discuss associate degree options andthe courses for years 1 and 2. You can also reference the major maps to assist inselecting courses: rcbc.edu/rowan/major-maps.3. Before graduating from RCBC, fill out the 3 1 application for your intended3 1 program at rcbc.edu/webadvisor. The earlier the better!Please note, nursing students cannot fill out the 3 1 application until they are acceptedto the RCBC nursing major (AAS.Nursing).4. Your application will be reviewed. If approved, the Rowan Relations Office willprovide you with a list of courses to complete your junior year at RCBC. Studentsmust have a 2.0 to continue on to junior year. Please note, Inclusive Education andEngineering Technology majors need to have a 3.0 GPA and additional requirementsbefore starting the junior year.5. Sign and submit the 3 1 student contract provided by the Rowan Relations Officeto begin your junior year. The Rowan Relations Office will declareAAS/AS Advanced and Continuous Studies as your RCBC major.6. Before the senior year, RCBC will send your information from the 3 1 applicationto Rowan University along with your RCBC transcript to assist in setting up yourRowan University account. If you have transcripts from another school, pleaseprovide Rowan University with an official copy, even if you already provideRCBC with a copy.7. To continue on to Rowan University for the senior year, students must have a2.0 GPA, completed an associate degree, sign the enrollment confirmation form,and completed all the recommended courses by the Rowan Relations Officeto continue onto Rowan University. Please note, Inclusive Education majors andEngineering Technology majors need to have a 3.0 GPA and meet all requirementsof their program before transferring to Rowan University. Students will register forsenior year courses through Rowan University and pay their tuition to RowanUniversity’s Bursar’s Office.For more information,please visit: rcbc.edu/3plus1

900 College CircleMount Laurel, New Jersey 08054(856) 222-9311rcbc.eduA public community college accredited by the Middle States Commissionon Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104.(267-284-5000) www.msche.org and approved by the State of New Jersey.The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutionalaccrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and theCouncil for Higher Education Accreditation.The college is approved under Title 38, U.S. Code, for veterans’ education.Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) is a designatedServicemembers Opportunity College.The statements, provisions, policies and fees listed in this catalog are notto be regarded as binding between the student and Rowan College atBurlington County. The college reserves all rights to change at any timeany of the provisions, programs, courses, schedules, tuitions or fees asmay be warranted by economic considerations, enrollments, and/or othercircumstances requiring such administrative action.Each student is held individually responsible for knowledge of theinformation contained in this catalog. Failure to read and comply withcollege guidelines, requirements and regulations will not exempt the studentfrom responsibility.CATALOG FALL 2019 - SUMMER 2020Rowan College at Burlington County transforms lives by deliveringinnovative, high-quality and affordable educational experiences in anaccessible and diverse environment.rcbc.edu 1

2019-2020 Academic CalendarFALL 2019Early Registration without Service Fee Begins.April 15Registration with Service Fee Begins.July 10Day & Evening Classes Begin.August 28Holiday, Labor Day – College Closed**.September 2Last Day to Add.September 4Last Day to Drop.September 11Holiday, Thanksgiving – College Closed**.November 27 – December 1Classes Resume.December 2Exam Week.December 10 – December 16Holidays – College Closed**.December 24 – January 1SPRING 2020* – TENTATIVEEarly Registration without Service Fee Begins.October 15Registration with Service Fee Begins.November 15Spring Intersession.January 2 – January 13Day & Evening Classes Begin.January 17Holiday, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - College Closed**.January 20Last day to Add.January 24Last day to Drop.January 31Spring Break - no classes, college open with full services on weekdays**.March 2 – March 8Classes Resume.March 9Holiday – College Closed**.April 10Holiday – No Classes**.April 11 – 12Exam Week.May 5 – May 11Health Sciences Commencement TENTATIVE.May 14Commencement TENTATIVE.May 15SUMMER 2020***Summer Classes Begin TENTATIVE.May 15Holiday, Memorial Day – College Closed**.May 25Holiday, Independence Day – College Closed**.July 4Last Day of Summer Classes TENTATIVE.August 25*******Payment arrangements must be made seven (7) calendar days from the day of registration*The dates reference only the traditional 15-week semester; see Academic Calendar (rcbc.edu/academic-calendar) for specific term deadlines and information.Online services available.See Academic Calendar online (rcbc.edu/academic-calendar) for exact summer semester/term deadlines and information.Calendars are subject to change without notice. Rowan College at Burlington County also offers special classes and semesters in term lengths.Visit rcbc.edu for current dates and payment/refund deadlines.2 Rowan College at Burlington County

Table of ContentsThe College at a GlanceAcademic Majors. 4General Information. 8History, Philosophy and Mission of the College. 9Confidentiality of Student Records. 10Admission. 11International Students. 13Financial Information. 16Tuition and Fees. 16Registration. 23Services for Student Success. 25Academic Advising. 25Educational Opportunity Fund. 25Additional Resources and Services. 27Public Safety/Parking. 28Library. 29Military Education and Veteran Services. 30Academic Information/Regulations. 32Attendance Policy. 32Grading System. 33Dean’s List. 34Graduation. 37Transcripts. 37Transferring to Four-Year Colleges and Universities. 38Student Life. 40Clubs. 40Athletics & Recreation. 42Special Programs and Courses. 43Study Abroad. 45Student Conduct and Responsibilities. 46Academic Programs. 47Degree Requirements. 48General Education/Core. 49A.A. Degree. 50A.S. Degree. 51A.A.S. & A.F.A. Degrees. 52A.A.S. for Health Sciences Degrees. 53Meta Majors. 56Program Descriptions. 59Course Descriptions. 142Personnel. 186Maps. 198What does RCBC offer?Extensive academic programs and support services are availableto Rowan College at Burlington County students. Among theacademic programs for 2019-2020 are the following:Transfer options — Associate of Arts (A.A.) and Associateof Science (A.S.) degrees. Designed for transfer to a four-yearinstitution.Career programs — Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)degree. Designed for immediate employment of the studentupon graduation. In some cases the student may transfer toa four-year institution.Certificate programs — Career-oriented programs of study.For other non-credit and Community Enrichment programsvisit the college website at rcbc.edu.What does it cost to attend RCBC?Tuition and fees for Burlington County residents areexceptionally affordable. For current tuition detailsplease see page 16.Is financial aid available?Yes. RCBC students may take advantage of a wide range ofstate and federal aid programs, as well as locally-sponsoredscholarships. Most aid programs are need-based, while someare based on academic achievement and/or potential.Can Veteran education benefits be used at RCBC?Veteran educational benefits are approved for use in any of thecredit programs. See page 30 for further details.What are RCBC’s admission requirements?Rowan College at Burlington County is an open-admissioninstitution. Anyone who feels he/she can benefit from a collegeeducation may enroll at RCBC. For further details, includinginformation on the enrollment of non-high school graduates,see page 11.The CEEB college code forRowan College at Burlington County is 2180.Rowan College at Burlington County does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability,or veteran status.Visit rcbc.edu/hr for more details.rcbc.edu 3

Areas of Interest and Corresponding Academic MajorsBelow you will find a listing of areas of interest and the major(s) that would fulfill your needs. To learn more about the major(s), turn to the page listed.AccountingAdvanced andContinuous ed andContinuous StudiesAAS.ADC136Advanced andContinuous StudiesAS.ADC137Criminal JusticeCriminal JusticeAS.CRJCulinaryCooking & BakingSPC.FCB12061Culinary ental HygieneDental HygieneAAS.DHY101Diagnostic MedicalSonographyDiagnostic Med. Sonography AAS.DMS102EducationEducation (Science)AS.EDU86Liberal ArtsAA.LIB138Advertising Graphics Graphic Designand Digital MediaAAS.GDDAir PollutionEnvironmental ScienceAS.ENV128Alternative EnergyAlternative Energy Tech.AAS.ALT87ElectronicsElectrical Engineering Tech.AAS.EET91American Sign Lang.American Sign LanguageAS.ASL/DEA81ArtArtAA.ART59ElectronicHealth RecordsElect. Health RecordsSPC.EHR103ArtAFA.ART60EngineeringChemical EngineeringAS.CGR88Graphic Designand Digital MediaElectrical Engineering cal 26EnglishAA.ENG83Business AdministrationAS.BUS74Communication ArtsAA.COM82AAS.ETS63Video & Digital Media Prod. AAS.ETV64BusinessBusiness Management Tech. AAS.BMTHospitality& Tourism Mgmt.6775AS.HOS78HospitalityCRT.HOS79Small BusinessCRT.BUS80Business TechnologySPC.BTC76Computer Info. SystemsAS.INF115Computer ManagementInformation SystemsAAS.MIS116Chemical Technology ChemistryAS.CHE127ChemistryChemical EngineeringAS.CGR88ChemistryAS.CHE127Civil EngineeringConstruction Mgmt.AS.CON116CommunicationsCommunication ArtsAA.COM82ComputersComputer Info. SystemsAS.INF115Computer ManagementInformation SystemsAAS.MIS116Computer NetworkingSupport/ServicingSPC.EET117Computer ScienceAS.CSE118Computer 19Business SoftwareGraphic Design andDigital MediaAAS.GDD67ConstructionAS.CON90Construction Mgmt.4 Rowan College at Burlington CountyEnglishEntertainmentTechnologiesSound & RecordingEngineeringEnvironmentExercise ScienceFashionFinanceFine ArtsFire l ScienceAS.ENV128Exercise Science Healthand Wellness PromotionAS.HWP104Fashion DesignAAS.FAD65Fashion DesignSPC.FDC66Fashion Product Merch.AS.FPM77Business AdministrationAS.BUS74Business Management Tech. Fire InvestigationSPC.FSI121Fire ScienceSPC.FSC122Cooking & BakingSPC.FCB61Culinary ArtsAAS.CULGeoscienceAS.GSC62129

GeospatialTechnologyNursingGeospatial TechnologyAAS.GIS93Geospatial TechnologyCRT.GIS94Graphic Arts/Design Graphic Designand Digital MediaAAS.GDD67Hazardous WasteEnvironmental ScienceAS.ENV128Health ProfessionsAddictions CounselingSPC.HSA132Cancer Registry Mgmt.AAS.MCR96Cancer Registry Mgmt.CRT.MCR97Cancer Registry Mgmt.SPC.MCR98CodingSPC.ACO99Computed Tomography Cert. SPC.CTC100Dental HygieneAAS.DHYHistoryLaw/Legal FieldsLiberal ArtsManagementAAS.NUR111Office Administration Business ParamedicParamedic ScienceAAS.PAR112Paramedic Science Cert.CRT.PAR113Liberal Arts & tographyAFA.PHO69PhotographyCRT.PHO70101Exercise Science Healthand Wellness PromotionAS.HWP104Diagnostic Med. Sonography AAS.DMS102Liberal Arts & SciencesAS.LSC139Electronics Health RecordSPC.EHR103PhysicsPhysicsAS.PHY131Exercise Science Healthand Wellness PromotionPolice ScienceCriminal JusticeAS.CRJ120AS.HWP104Political SciencePolitical ScienceAA.POL124Pre-Med, Pre-VetBiologyAS.BIO125Liberal Arts & SciencesAS.LSC139BiologyAS.BIO125Liberal Arts & SciencesAS.LSC139Liberal ArtsAA.LIB138PsychologyAA.PSY134Health InformationTechnologyAAS.HIT105Health ScienceAS.HSC107Health SciencesAAS.HSC108Healthcare InformaticsAAS.HCI106Human ServicesAAS.HMS133Magnetic Resonance Imaging SPC.MRP109Med. Billing Specialist Cert. SPC.MBS110NursingAAS.NUR111Paramedic ScienceAAS.PAR112Paramedic Science 4AS.HOS78Hotel ManagementHospitality& Tourism Mgmt.Language ArtsNursingPhysical EducationPre-Physical TherapyPsychologyRadiographyComputed Tomography Cert. SPC.CTC100RadiographyAAS.RAD114Human ServicesAAS.HMS133Liberal ArtsAA.LIB138SociologyAA.SOC135Human ServicesAAS.HMS133Liberal ArtsAA.LIB138SociologySociologyAA.SOC135Diagnostic Med. Sonography AAS.DMSSocial ServicesSocial G83Structural DesignEngineeringAS.EGRLiberal ArtsAA.LIB138SustainabilityCriminal JusticeAS.CRJ120Alternative herEducation (Science)AS.EDU86Liberal ArtsAA.LIB138Technical StudiesTechnical StudiesAAS.TES141Liberal Arts & SciencesAS.LSC139TheaterTheaterAA.THR71Liberal Arts & SciencesCRT.LSC140AS.HOS78Business T59ArtAFA.ART60ChemistryAS.CHE127Business Management Tech. AAS.BMT75Hospitality& Tourism Mgmt.AS.HOS78MarketingBusiness 130MusicMusicAS.MUS68TourismHospitality &Tourism Mgmt.Visual ArtsWater/WastewaterTreatment10292Information in this catalog is valid at time of printing.rcbc.edu 5

College Phone Number/Department Extensions(856) 222-9311Mount Holly Campus (609) 267-5618Willingboro Campus (609) 877-4520In reference toContactExtensionIn reference toContactAbsence from classesCourse ProfessorAcademic AdvisingAcademic Advising. 1461Accidents (on campus)ExtensionNon-Credit CoursesWorkforce DevelopmentInstitute. 2537Public Safety, Mount Laurel. 2100Parking StickerPublic Safety, Mount Laurel. 2100Adding a CourseOffice of the Registrar. 1560Parking Ticket FinesAddress ChangeOffice of the Registrar. 1560Conducton Campus. rcbc.edu/conductAthletic EligibilityAthletic Director. 1493Racial/Ethnic Harassment Affirmative Action Officer. 1523Billing/RefundsBusiness Office. 1285Rentals, College Facilities Rentals. 1314Career CounselingCareer Services Center. 1034Changing a CourseOffice of the Registrar. 1560Retired SeniorVolunteer ProgramRSVP. 1498Chargeback CertificatesOffice of the Registrar. 1560ScholarshipsFoundation. 2540Clubs (starting a club,faculty advisors)Student Life. 1238CounselingStudent Support Services. 1582Services for Studentswith DisabilitiesStudent Support Services. 1208Curriculum ChangeOffice of the Registrar. 1560Sexual HarassmentPublic Safety Department. 2100Customized TrainingWorkforce Development. 2520Degree ApplicationOffice of the Registrar. 1203Distance EducationStudent Support Services Student Support Services. 1208Student EmailStudent Help Desk. 1388Distance Education. 1790Student GovernmentStudent Government. 1443Dropping a CourseOffice of the Registrar. 1560Student Help DeskStudent Help Desk. 1388EducationalOpportunity FundEOF Director. 1462TestingTesting Center. 1661Financial AidFinancial Aid. 1575Theft, Stolen PropertyPublic Safety, Mount Laurel. 2100GED/ABEEducational Service. 3016TranscriptsOffice of the Registrar. 1560Graduation: Fulfillmentof RequirementsOffice of the Registrar. 1203Transferring toAnother CollegeAdvising. 2737Graduation CeremonyStudent Success. 1596Transferring of CreditsOffice of the Registrar. 1524, 1378Illness (on campus)Public Safety, Mount Laurel. 2100TutorsLearning Center. 2096Intercollegiate SportsAthletic Director. 1493Veterans’ InformationMilitary Ed. 1299Job OpportunitiesCareer Services. 1034VolunteeringVolunteer Center. 1492WebAdvisor AccountStudent Help Desk. 1388Learning Is For Everyone LIFE. 1498Military EducationJoint Base MDL. 4702MatriculationOffice of Outreachand Admissions. 1199Name ChangeOffice of the Registrar. 15606 Rowan College at Burlington CountyWithdrawal from College Office of the Registrar. 1560Withdrawal from Course Office of the Registrar. 1560Work-Study JobsCareer Services. 1034

Terms to KnowWhen reading this catalog, it will be helpful to familiarize yourself with the following terms and phrases.Accreditation - Regional agenciesregularly send teams to college campuses toanalyze academic programs, faculty quality,facilities, etc. Without accreditation, thedegrees and credits offered by a college oruniversity may be subject to skepticismfrom other institutions and may nottransfer to accredited schools.Affirmative Action – Institutional effortstoward equal employment and educationalopportunities for all segments of thepopulation.Apply – Submitting an application to thecollege. This would be for new studentsand returning students to build a recordin Rowan College at Burlington Countydatabase system.Assessment Test – As identified by theState of New Jersey, skills are assessedin reading, writing and mathematics.All incoming degree-seeking studentsor students registering for eight or morecredits are required to take assessment testsdesigned to demonstrate strengths andweaknesses.Associate Degree – The degree typicallyawarded by community and junior collegesfollowing the completion of a two-yearprogram of study. RCBC offers four suchdegrees in a variety of careerand transfer fields.Course Number – The three-letter andthree-digit designation that appears beforeeach course name. The designation willindicate the curriculum area and levelof each course.Credit Hour – Each credit hour is a unitof time, usually 50-60 minutes, that aclass will meet each week during a givensemester.Curriculum – A set of courses designedto lead to a goal, such as a degree orcertificate.Dean’s List – A listing of students whohave demonstrated significant academicachievements during a given semester.Degree Audit – See Program Evaluation.Degree Requirements – A list of theexact courses, subject areas, requirementsand credit hours that a student mustsuccessfully complete to obtain a specificdegree.Drop – The process of adjusting a student’sschedule by dropping courses after initialregistration. The deadline for dropping acourse is based on the semester/term ofthat course. Students can drop courses onWebAdvisor or in-person up until theestablished deadline.Independent Study – Independent studyinvolves a student’s work on course-relatedmaterials outside of regular classroomhours.Internship – Available in selected courseareas, the internship provides planned,practical on-the-job experience, in additionto regular classroom work.Major – The subject area in which thestudent chooses to concentrate his/heracademic work.Matriculation – To enroll in a college oruniversity as a candidate for a degree orcertificate.Navigate – An individualized interactiveplanning tool that displays a student’s nextsteps towards program completion.Practicum – See internship.Prerequisite – A course or courses astudent must successfully complete beforebeing allowed to register for a moreadvanced course in the same or relatedsubject area.Program Evaluation – An individualizedreview of coursework (planned, in-progress,registered and completed) that displaysa student’s movement toward degree/certificate completion.Register – When a student signs up forclasses in a particular semester or term.Audit – The process by which a studentmay register for a course on a no-gradebasis.Electives – Courses in which the studentmay enroll dependent upon interests, needsand specified criteria. Generally a studentmay choose from among a large list ofelective courses.Auditor – A person taking a course ona no-grade basis.Freshman – A student who has earned nomore than 28 credits.Semester Hour – See credit hour.Bachelor’s/Baccalaureate Degrees –The degree typically awarded by a collegeor university for successful completion ofa four-year program of study. AlthoughRCBC does not offer the bachelor’s degree,it does offer a variety of two-year parallelprograms that will transfer into the thirdyear of a baccalaureate degree program.Several four-year colleges offer bachelor’sdegree at RCBC locations.General Education Requirements –Courses which provide all degree studentswith broad knowledge in a variety ofdisciplines (i.e. math, science, English, etc.)Commencement – Graduationceremonies.Hybrid – A course that meets bothon-campus and online at a scheduled time.Usually, classes meet one day a week in aclassroom and the other online.Corequisite – A course that you arerequired to take while enrolled in another,related course.Grade Point Average – Also known asGPA, calculation to determine a student’sacademic progress and status. To determinethe GPA, the student should divide thetotal number of credits attempted by thetotal numerical value of grades received.Semester – A 15-week period duringwhich a student will complete a particularcourse or courses.Sophomore – A student who hascompleted 29 or more credits successfully.Term – A concentrated period duringwhich a student will complete a particularcourse or courses.Transcript – The official record of astudent’s academic performance.Tuition – Charges for each registeredcourse for which a student registers.Withdrawal – A process that is availableafter the specified Add/Drop period forstudents who are unable, or, no longerwish to complete a course for which theyare officially registered. Withdrawing froma class will result in a “W” grade on theofficial college transcript.rcbc.edu 7

General InformationRowan College at Burlington CountyBoard of Trustees 2019Mr. George N. Nyikita, ChairMr. Christopher J. Brown, Vice ChairMr. James C. Anderson, Jr.Mr. Kevin BrownDr. James KerfootMs. Renee C. LiciagaMs. Jamie MartinMr. Daryl Minus-Vincent,Interim Executive Burlington CountySuperintendentMr. Dorion MorganMr. Gino A. PasqualoneMr. Mickey QuinnMs. Jillian Volpe, Alumni TrusteeDr. Michael A. Cioce,College President and Board SecretaryMr. William Burns, College Solicitor,Malamut & Associates LLCRowan College at Burlington County is a Memberof the Following Educational Advancement Organizations:Trustees EmeritiBetty Lou BarnardDr. George W. Dean Judge Victor FriedmanLucille GerberJohn F. HeimmerDr. Joseph Howe John Kelley Stephen V. Lee IIIWilliam K. McDaniel Dr. Eric OlandtLewis M. Parker Malcolm P. Pennypacker Emmett Spurlock Carol H. TalbotSamuel ThomasRonald D. WinthersBurlington County RegionalChamber of CommerceAccreditation Board for EngineeringTechnology (ABET)Accreditation Commission for Educationin Nursing (ACEN)African American Chamber ofCommerce of New JerseyNational Association forResearch and PlanningThe American Association of CollegiateRegistrars and Admissions OfficersNational Association of Collegesand Employers (NACE)The American Association ofCommunity Colleges (AACC)National Council for InstructionalAdministrators (NCIA)The American Health InformationManagement Association (AHIMA)National Council for Marketing andPublic Relations (NCMPR)Association of New Jersey

Fashion Fashion Design AAS.FAD 65 Fashion Design SPC.FDC 66 Fashion Product Merch. AS.FPM 77 Finance Business Administration AS.BUS 74 Business Management Tech. AAS.BMT 75 Fine Arts Art AA.ART 59 ArtAFA.ART 60 MusicAS.MUS 68 PhotographyAFA.PHO 69 PhotographyCRT.PHO70 Thea

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