International Education through the humanities and social sciences can and should assume a variety of forms, including classroom teaching and experiences, international field trips, coops and internships, study abroad, university-to-university partnerships and exchange programs, and international community-based learning and training. It takes place in a variety of locations, on and off campus, in the US or abroad, and extends over different lengths of time, from a few days, weeks or months to an entire academic year, or more.
There are lots of ways to incorporate international education into your curriculum at RIT. Whether you’re interested in pursuing a major, bolstering your degree with a minor or immersion, or simply taking a few courses with an international focus, the College of Liberal Arts can help!
Explore your options and meet with your advisor to determine which path is best for you.