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RIT ranked among best online programs nationally

11 Jan

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Rochester Institute of Technology has been recognized for offering some of the nation’s best online programs.

The 2018 “U.S. News & World Report” Best Online Programs rankings featured RIT on five of its lists, ranking:

  • 36th in the nation for “Best Online MBA Programs,” for the executive MBA program offered by Saunders College of Business;
  • 40th for “Best Online Information Technology Programs,” offered by the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences;
  • 60th for “Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs,” offered by the Kate Gleason College of Engineering;
  • 120th for “Best Online Business Programs (non-MBA),” also offered by Saunders College of Business;
  • 264th for “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs.”

“U.S. News” chose factors that weigh how these programs are being delivered and their effectiveness at awarding affordable degrees in a reasonable amount of time. More.


RIT ranked a ‘best value’ private university by Kiplinger

2 Jan

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Rochester Institute of Technology ranks among the country’s best values in private colleges, according to “Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s Top 300 College Values of 2018.” RIT ranked 91 out of 100 on the list of private universities. The list compares universities based on costs, aid, graduation rates and other factors. More.

RIT introduces new interdisciplinary majors

22 Dec

New interdisciplinary majors are offered at Rochester Institute of Technology:

Supply Chain Management BS: The Saunders College of Business now offers a degree in partnership with the Kate Gleason College of Engineering and the College of Liberal Arts. This growing new field focuses on providing its graduates with the knowledge to develop and implement efficient global supplier systems. More.

Digital Humanities & Social Sciences BS: Working in partnership with the Golisano College of Computing & Information Sciences and the College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, the College of Liberal Arts offers a cross-disciplinary major preparing students for jobs in government, education, and industry where new and emerging technologies are applied to the collection, management and analysis of digital information. More.

Applied Modern Language & Culture BS: This new major is designed to prepare its graduates to apply their knowledge of language and culture to a technical or professional discipline. Students select one of three languages (Chinese, Japanese, Spanish) and choose a second major of study or a minor in a technical or professional discipline, such as computing, information technology, engineering, business, health sciences, the arts, or the sciences. More.

Find your fit at RIT

21 Dec

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Meet RIT/NTID student Israelle Johnson, a laboratory science technology major from Baltimore, Ohio, and find out why RIT is a great fit or her, and why it can be a good fit for you, too. More.

Meet RIT/NTID student-athlete Otto Kingstedt

15 Dec

Meet RIT/NTID student-athlete Otto Kingstedt, a member of the RIT men’s track and field team. Otto is a graphic design major from Stockholm, Sweden.