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Undeclared Engineering Technology Option

If several of the engineering technology programs on our website appeal to you but you are unsure about your career direction, you may enter RIT as an undeclared engineering technology student. This lets you spend up to a year exploring the career options available without any loss of time toward graduation. You’ll take foundation courses that can be used to fulfill the requirements of any of our engineering technology or related programs. During your freshman year, you’ll take a two-credit career-discovery course, and a faculty adviser will help you narrow your program focus. At the end of your freshman year in the undeclared option, you will choose the program that best fits your career goals and declare a major.

For more information, please see the official RIT typical course sequence for semesters, effective Fall 2013 here.

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