All degrees offered by Center for Multidisciplinary Studies can all be completed entirely online. RIT offers close to 300 unique online courses for undergraduate and graduate students to choose from.
Examples* of undergraduate, online courses include:
- Organizational Change (Managing Change; Team & Teams Development; Learning Organization, Understanding Corporate Culture)
- Leadership (Performing & Assessing Leadership; Leading in a Global Environment; High Performance Leadershing)
- Health Systems Administration (courses through College of Applied Science and Technology)
- Quality Management (Intro to Quality; Quality Data Analysis; Intro to Lean Six Sigma, etc.)
- Technical Communications (Technical Writing & Editing; Propopsal Writing; Science Writing; Technical Information Design; Strategic Communications; Promotional Writing)
- Integrated Electronics (courses through Kate Gleason College of Engineering)
- Liberal Arts areas of student include Communications, Psychology, Sociology, Literature.
*Offerings can vary by term and content. A CMS advisor would work with you to confirm most update to date offerings as you design your degree.
Some of the benefits of taking an online class include:
- Updating your skills with virtually no interruption to your career or personal commitments.
- Taking advantage of the flexible format to tailor a program to your individual needs or schedule.
- Study where you’re most comfortable and when you’re most productive.
- Becoming part of a diverse community of learners and meet students from around the world.
- Working with interactive technologies that offer threaded discussions and the option for real-time chat sessions to enhance your learning experience.
- Accessing extensive technical support and academic advising.
- Receiving a quality education without ever needing to set foot on campus.
*An additional three-semester credit elective is needed to satisfy the requirements of a professional concentration. Discuss options with your advisor.