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ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

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ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
1 Lomb Memorial Dr, Rochester, NY 14623 

FOUNDED IN 1829, Rochester Institute of Technology is a privately endowed, coeducational university with nine colleges emphasizing career education and experiential learning.
THE CAMPUS occupies 1,300 acres in suburban Rochester, the third-largest city in New York state. RIT also has international campuses in Eastern Europe and Dubai. 

THE RIT STUDENT BODY consists of approximately 15,000 undergraduate and 2,900 graduate students. Enrolled students represent all 50 states and more than 100 countries.
RIT is an internationally recognized leader in preparing deaf and hard-of-hearing students for successful careers in professional and technical fields. The university provides unparalleled access and support services for the more than 1,200 deaf and hard-of-hearing students who live, study, and work with hearing students on the RIT campus.
RIT ALUMNI number more than 110,000 worldwide.
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION provides paid career-related work experience in many degree programs. RIT has the fourth-oldest and one of the largest cooperative education programs in the world, annually placing more than 3,500 students in more than 5,500 co-op assignments with nearly 2,000 employers across the United States and overseas.

RIT Student Body
Undergraduate 15,410
Graduate 2,882
Male* 11,172
Female* 5,370
Fall 2013 Total 18,292

A university is more than the sum of its individual colleges. RIT’s undergraduate academic programs are offered through our nine colleges. Each is distinctive in character, with the common denominator of a rich tradition of career-focused, technological education. Together they offer our students an array of undergraduate and graduate programs and opportunities seldom found in other universities.

COLLEGES:
College of Applied Science and Technology
Programs
Bachelor’s Degrees
Civil Engineering Technology
Computer Engineering Technology
Electrical Engineering Technology
Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Technology
Environmental Sustainability, Health and Safety
International Hospitality and Service Management
Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Packaging Science
Master’s Degrees
Environmental, Health and Safety Management
Facility Management
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Human Resource Development
Manufacturing and Mechanical Systems Integration
Packaging Science
Service Leadership and Innovation
Telecommunications Engineering Technology

School of Engineering Technology
School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation

Saunders College of Business
Programs
Bachelor’s Degrees
Accounting
Finance
International Business
Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing
New Media Marketing
Master’s Degrees
Accounting
Business Administration–Executive
Business Administration–Online Executive
Business Administration–Traditional
Entrepreneurship and Innovative Ventures
Finance
Management

B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
Programs
Bachelor’s Degrees
Computer Science
Computing Security (formerly Information Security and Forensics)
Game Design and Development
Information Technology
Medical Informatics
Networking and Systems Administration (formerly Applied Networking and System Administration)
New Media Interactive Development
Software Engineering
Master’s Degrees
Computer Science
Computing Security
Game Design and Development
Human-Computer Interaction
Information Sciences and Technologies
Medical Informatics
Networking and System Administration
Software Engineering
Doctorate Degrees
Computing and Information Sciences

Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Programs

Bachelor’s Degrees
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Microelectronic Engineering
Master’s Degrees
Applied Statistics
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Management
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Industrial and Systems Engineering (formerly Industrial Engineering)
Manufacturing Leadership
Mechanical Engineering
Microelectronic Engineering
Microelectronics Manufacturing Engineering
Product Development
Sustainable Engineering
Doctorate Degrees
Engineering
Microsystems Engineering

College of Health Sciences and Technology
Programs
Bachelor’s Degrees
Biomedical Sciences
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Nutrition Management
Physician Assistant
Master’s Degrees
Health Systems Administration
Medical Illustration

College of Imaging Arts and Sciences
Programs

Bachelor’s Degrees
3D Digital Design
Ceramics
Film and Animation
Fine Arts Studio
Furniture Design (formerly Woodworking and Furniture Design)
Glass
Graphic Design
Illustration
Industrial Design
Interior Design
Media Arts and Technology
Medical Illustration
Metals and Jewelry Design (formerly Metalcrafts and Jewelry)
Motion Picture Science
New Media Design (formerly New Media Design and Imaging)
Photographic and Imaging Arts–Advertising Photography (formerly Professional Photographic Illustration–Advertising Photography
Photographic and Imaging Arts–Fine Art Photography (formerly Professional Photographic Illustration–Fine Art Photography)
Photographic and Imaging Arts–Photojournalism (formerly Professional Photographic Illustration–Photojournalism)
Photographic and Imaging Arts–Visual Media (formerly Professional Photographic Illustration–Visual Media)
Photographic and Imaging Technologies (formerly Biomedical Photographic Communications)
Photographic and Imaging Technology (formerly Imaging and Photographic Technology)
Master’s Degrees
Art Education (Visual Art–All Grades)
Ceramics
Film and Animation
Fine Arts Studio
Furniture Design
Glass
Imaging Arts
Industrial Design
Metals and Jewelry Design
Print Media
Visual Communi

School for American Crafts
School of Art
School of Design
School of Film and Animation
School of Media Sciences
School of Photographic Arts and Sciences

College of Liberal Arts
Programs
Bachelor’s Degrees
Advertising and Public Relations
Communication (formerly Professional and Technical Communication)
Criminal Justice
Economics
International and Global Studies (formerly International Studies)
Journalism
Museum Studies
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Public Policy
Sociology and Anthropology (formerly Urban and Community Studies)
Master’s Degrees
Communication and Media Technologies
Criminal Justice
Experimental Psychology
School Psychology
Science, Technology and Public Policy

National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Programs
Associate Degrees
NTID offers a variety of career-focused and transfer associate degrees:
Accounting Technology
Administrative Support Technology
Applied Computer Technology
Applied Liberal Arts
Applied Mechanical Technology
Arts and Imaging Studies
ASL-English Interpretation
Business
Business Technology
Computer Aided Drafting Technology
Computer Integrated Machining Technology
Hospitality and Service Management
Laboratory Science Technology
Bachelor’s Degrees
Qualified deaf and hard-of-hearing students may enroll in RIT bachelor's degree programs. Nearly 500 deaf and hard-of-hearing students are enrolled in BS or BFA programs at RIT.
ASL-English Interpretation
Master’s Degrees
Secondary Education of Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

College of Science
Bachelor’s Degrees
Applied Mathematics
Applied Statistics
Biochemistry
Bioinformatics
Biology
Biotechnology and Molecular Bioscience (formerly Molecular Bioscience and Biotechnology)
Chemistry
Computational Mathematics
Environmental Science
Imaging Science
Physics
Master’s Degrees
Applied and Computational Mathematics
Astrophysical Sciences and Technology
Bioinformatics
Chemistry
Color Science
Environmental Science
Imaging Science
Materials Science and Engineering
Doctorate Degrees
Astrophysical Sciences and Technology
Color Science
Imaging Science

RIT’s students have unmatched opportunities for hands-on learning, utilizing some of the most sophisticated classroom, laboratory, and studio equipment available anywhere.

State-of-the-art campus
At RIT, we understand how technology enhances creativity and innovation. Our campus has the latest equipment, software, studios, laboratories, and conveniences—the tools you need to explore and excel. We help you utilize the latest technology and understand its impact on the world.
RIT is “wired”
There’s no question that we have a sophisticated, high-tech campus. The Princeton Review consistently ranks RIT among the most connected campuses in the country. Whether you’re in the classrooms, labs, residence halls, or public areas on campus, we provide free, direct, high-speed computing access that is hard to beat.
A welcoming, sustainable environment
RIT is much more than its high-quality academic facilities; it offers many welcoming spaces on campus. You’ll find vibrant locations for social and intellectual activity just about everywhere you look. The physical beauty of the campus comes from an interplay of natural and park-like settings with modern buildings, architectural features, and artwork prominently on display. Comfortable spaces throughout campus offer places to relax or work on projects and team assignments.
In addition, our community of more than 20,000 students, faculty, and staff has made a commitment to advance sustainability in all areas—in academic programs and research initiatives, in our campus operations and consumption practices, and in efforts to promote social sustainability within the RIT family. By making the campus more environmentally friendly and by engaging in and learning more about sustainable practices, we can take steps now to ensure that the campus, the Rochester area, and the greater world in which we live will be cleaner, healthier, and more livable tomorrow than they are today.
In short, you’ll find that our commitment to student success and sustainablity is captured throughout the campus’s outstanding academic and community facilities.

DEGREES: RIT offers the following degrees: doctoral (Ph.D.) programs in astrophysical sciences and technology, color science, computing and information sciences, imaging science, microsystems engineering, and sustainability; master’s degree programs: master of architecture (M.Arch.), master of business administration (MBA), master of engineering (ME), master of fine arts (MFA), master of science (MS), and master of science for teachers (MST); bachelor’s degree programs:bachelor of fine arts (BFA) and bachelor of science (BS); and associate degree programs: AS, AOS, AAS.
WALLACE LIBRARY is a multimedia center offering a vast array of resource materials. The library provides access to more than 250 electronic databases, 36,000 electronic journals, and more than 100,000 e-books. Resource materials also include more than 10,000 audio, film, and video titles and more than 500,000 books and print journals.

HOUSING: Many of RIT’s full-time students live in RIT residence halls, apartments, suites, and at the RIT Inn. Fraternities, sororities, and special-interest houses are also available. Freshmen are guaranteed housing.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES: Major social events and activities are sponsored by the College Activities Board, Residence Halls Association, sororities, fraternities, and special-interest clubs of many kinds. There are more than 200 clubs and student organizations on campus.
ATHLETICS:
Men’s Teams—baseball, basketball, crew, cross country, ice hockey (Division I), lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, and wrestling
Women’s Teams—basketball, crew, cross country, ice hockey (Division I), lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, and volleyball
RIT offers a wide variety of activities for students at all levels of ability. More than 50 percent of our undergraduate students participate in intramural sports ranging from flag football to golf and indoor soccer. Facilities include the Gordon Field House, featuring two swimming pools, a fitness center, indoor track and an event venue with seating for 8,500; the Hale-Andrews Student Life Center, with five multipurpose courts, eight racquetball courts, and a dance/aerobics studio; the Ritter Ice Arena; outdoor tennis courts; an all-weather track; and athletic fields.

 

Charges

2013-2014 Academic Year (two semesters)

Tuition

$33,932

Room (double)

6,530

Board (standard plan)

4,648

Fees

492

Total

$45,602

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