Rohrer College of Business – Rowan University
The MBA program at Rowan University is administered by the Rohrer College of Business, which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools in Business International. In 2005, the Rohrer Charitable Foundation contributed a $10 million donation to the school, which renamed its business school in William Rohrer’s honor. It offers several Bachelor of Science degrees in different business fields in addition to its MBA program.
The Rowan University main campus is located 18 miles southeast of Philadelphia and are easily accessible from the Atlantic City Expressway and New Jersey Turnpike, as well as any of the Delaware bridges. Numerous parking lots are open to Rohrer graduate students at inexpensive prices.
The university is located 25 miles away from the Philadelphia International Airport.
MBA classes are held in the Enterprise Center Building on Rowan Boulevard in Glassboro, New Jersey, while the offices of the college are in Bunce Hall on Rowan University’s main campus in Glassboro. The building, named after Rowan University’s second president Dr. Edgar Bunce, is situated on the southern edge of the central campus, facing the University Green.
In spring 2017, the university will complete its brand new 96,500 square-foot four story Rohrer College of Business Building, which will become the epicenter of the school’s MBA programs.
Rowan University’s MBA program includes a faculty of 38 professors and instructors and a student-to-faculty ratio of 19 to 1. The Rohrer College of Business faculty use a combination of teaching methods, such as case studies, lectures, team projects, experiential learning and simulations.
Rowan University enrolls 16,155 students, including 2,078 graduate students and 908 working professionals. In total, the Rowan University average class size is 22, with a student/teacher ratio of 17:1.
MBA Degree Offerings
In addition to a traditional full-time MBA program, Rowan University offers students a part-time program and an online MBA option. The full-time and part-time MBA programs can each be completed in a regular or accelerated format and can be begun in either the fall or spring semesters.