Medical Students & Allied Health Program Applicants
Medical Education at Rowan
Admission to one of our two medical schools is handled directly by their corresponding admissions offices. However, The Office of Health Professions is responsible for providing students with the appropriate information and resources to become competitive, well-rounded applicants for one of the various health professional programs. The Office of Health Professions conduct individual and group advising, interactive workshops, and other activities to inform students of their professional school options. Want to learn more about medical education at Rowan?
Rowan also offers courses for working and aspiring nurses through its Department of Nursing, an academic department in the College of Science and Mathematics that collaborates with the College of Graduate & Continuing Education to deliver nursing programs online and in face-to-face classes and labs.
In the current Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine curriculum, students are exposed to rigorous studies of the latest knowledge base in research and the basic sciences. The curriculum prepares them for clinical studies, stressing the encouragement of lifelong and self-directed learning as a continuous process.
Our Office of Admissions welcomes you to explore our curriculum, our new Medical Education Building, our unique Advisory Colleges, and the many opportunities for our students to work with patients beginning in their first weeks of medical school.
The Department of Nursing at Rowan University promotes excellence in Healthcare through quality and the innovative education of nurses. We are dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in education by combining liberal education with professional preparation towards the baccalaureate degree.