What is a CGCE Course?
A CGCE course at Rowan University is either:
- a traditional (on-campus, usually 16-week face-to-face) post-baccalaureate, graduate-, or doctoral-level course; or,
- an accelerated, off-site, online, or hybrid (usually 8-16 week) undergraduate degree-completion, post-baccalaureate, graduate-, or doctoral-level course.
The only courses at Rowan University that are not CGCE courses are traditional-format undergraduate courses. Any registration questions for traditional-format undergraduate courses should be directed to the Rowan University Registrar's Office . For everything else, CGCE Enrollment Services can assist you.
Who is Eligible to Register?
Provided you are otherwise eligible (meet the course level and pre-requisites), and there is space available and no other restrictions, you are welcome to register for a CGCE course. In order to register, you must already be activated in Rowan’s student information system as either a non-matriculated student (not currently admitted to an academic program) or a matriculated student.
Click here to learn how to be set up in our system to register as a non-matriculated student.
To learn how to register as a matriculated student:
- Click here if you are a traditional post-bac, graduate, or doctoral student.
- Click here if you are an accelerated, off-site, online, or hybrid student.
How Do I Find Which Courses Are Offered Each Term?
All of Rowan's courses are included in an official online listing called the Section Tally .
Contact CGCEenrollment@rowan.edu with any questions about registration for CGCE courses.