To be considered for admission to the doctorate program in microsystems engineering, candidates must complete a graduate application and fulfill the following minimum requirements:
The Microsystems Engineering PhD program at RIT strives to provide the financial support necessary for all students. Upon acceptance into the program, all full time Microsystems PhD students recieive full tuition support throughout their duration of study. In addition, first year students receive an academic year scholarship from the program in the form of a stipend. After successful completion of their first year, stipend support is provided through research activities with the student's research advisor.
Prospective students should apply online through RIT’s Offices of Graduate and Part-time Enrollment. Specific application deadline and requirements for the program can be found at this link.
All applicants to RIT's graduate programs must hold—or currently be completing—a four year baccalaureate degree, or the U.S. equivalent, granted by an accredited college or university.
Decisions on graduate selection are made by the Microsystems Engineering Ph.D. program.