Course Summary

Course Description


The College of Communication and Creative Arts at Rowan University blends the theoretical, the creative, and the
practical, building upon an expansive base of general education courses that serve to develop a liberal arts perspective in all areas. Experimental learning is a strong component of the programs and internships are encouraged in all majors.

Programs Offered
The College offers eight undergraduate majors: Advertising, Art, Communication Studies, Journalism, Public Relations, Radio/TV/Film, Studio Art, and Writing Arts. The Department of Writing Arts administers the general education writing program for the University. Minors are offered in Advertising, Art, Art History, Communication Studies, Journalism, and Writing Arts. Concentrations are available in Creative Writing and New Media. The College houses two graduate programs: the M.A. in Public Relations and the M.A. in Writing, and six Certificates of Graduate Study (Creative Writing; Editing and Publishing for Writers; Integrated Marketing and New Media; School Public Relations; Writing and New Media; Writing, Composition, and Rhetoric).

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