About Graduate Study at RIT
- 70 graduate programs in high-demand fields
- Featured in the Princeton Review's "best colleges" guide and Princeton Review's "Most Connected Campuses"
- In 2012-2013, RIT provided over $16.6 million in merit scholarships and graduate tuition remission to approximately 2,100 graduate students.
- RIT’s most recent career fairs drew more than 400 employers from throughout the United States and two foreign countries. Most universities are satisfied if they attract 100!
- 9,000 on-campus student jobs available
- RIT is a US News top Masters school
Announcements & Events
- The 5th annual Graduate Research and Creativity Symposium offered a showcase for graduate work at RIT.
- Princeton Review once again lists RIT among best colleges - read more.
- US News & World Report names RIT's Saunders College of Business one of 10 least expensive private
business schools - read more.
- ‘U.S. News’ ranks RIT among top universities overall for 2014.
- Fall career fair attracts 240+ companies - put RIT recruiting power behind you!
- RIT named a ‘best value’ private university - read more.
- Graduateprograms.com Announces Rankings for Top Computer Science Graduate Programs - READ MORE.
Programs of Study
Many of our programs are taking applications for Spring Semester starts. Visit the Admission Deadlines & Requirements page to learn more.
View information on the program area in which you are interested:
- Art, Crafts, Design, and Graphic Communications
- Business, Management, and Communication
- Computing and Information Sciences
- Engineering and Engineering Technology
- Health Sciences
- Science, Mathematics, and Imaging Science
- Social Sciences, Humanities, and Education
- List of Graduate Programs (Alphabetical Order)
- List of Graduate Programs by Degree Type
New Programs Under Development
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Research at RIT
- Tavis Smiley headlines RIT Expressions of King’s Legacy Celebration on Jan. 30 »
- RIT imaging science student wins ‘best paper’ at regional IEEE conference »
- Book detailing the experiences of cochlear implants published »
- RIT acquires famed Kelmscott/Goudy hand press in Christie’s auction »
- RIT Public Safety offers free TigerSafe app at RIT »
- Two RIT research teams awarded EPA People, Prosperity and the Planet grants »