James Ferwerda, Minor Adviser
585-475-4923, info@cis.rit.edu
Imaging science is a highly interdisciplinary field of study that incorporates elements from mathematics, engineering, computer science, and physics to understand, design, and utilize imagery and imaging systems to study scientific phenomena. The imaging science minor is designed to allow students from various departments across RIT to study how to use imaging to enhance their primary field of study or discover how to incorporate imagne science into their major discipline to solve complex, interdisciplinary problems in imaging, imagery exploitation, and the design and evaluation of imaging systems.
Notes about this minor:
- This minor is closed to students majoring in imaging science.
- Posting of the minor on the student's academic transcript requires a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the minor.
Course | |
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Electives | |
Choose five of the following: | |
IMGS-201 | Introduction to Imaging Systems |
IMGS-261 | Linear and Fourier Methods for Imaging |
IMGS-361 | Digital Image Processing I |
IMGS-362 | Digital Image Processing II |
IMGS-462 | Multivariate Statistical Image Processing |
IMGS-221 | Vision and Psychophysics |
IMGS-251 | Radiometry |
IMGS-321 | Geometric Optics |
IMGS-322 | Physical Optics |
IMGS-351 | Color Science |
IMGS-341 | Interactions Between Light and Matter |
IMGS-451 | Imaging Detectors |
IMGS-528 | Design and Fabrication of a Solid State Camera |
IMGS-539 | Principles of Solid State Imaging Array |
IMGS-542 | Testing of Focal Plane Arrays |
MATH-233 | Linear Systems and Differential Equations |
MATH-241 | Linear Algebra |
MATH-251 | Probability and Statistics I |
PHYS-213 | Modern Physics I |
PHYS-283 | Vibrations and Waves |
PHYS-320 | Mathematical Methods in Physics |
PHYS-365 | Physical Optics |
Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only
Effective fall 2013, RIT converted its academic calendar from quarters to semesters. The following content has been made available as reference only. Currently matriculated students who began their academic programs in quarters should consult their academic adviser for guidance and course selection.
Students have the opportunity for additional study in imaging science in order to build a secondary area of expertise in support of their program or other areas of interest.
Prerequisites:
1017-311 University Physics I
1017-312 University Physics II
1017-313 University Physics III
1017-314 Modern Physics (if taking 1051-313)
1016-281 Project-Based Calculus I
1016-282 Project-Based Calculus II
1016-283 Project-Based Calculus III
4002-208 Introduction to Programming (or equivalent)
Required Courses:
Non-imaging science component (up to 8 credits)
1016-314 Engineering Statistics
1016-331 Linear Algebra I
1016-351 Probability
1016-352 Applied Statistics
1016-432 Linear Algebra II
Imaging science component (at least 12 credits)
1051-300 Introduction to Imaging Systems
1051-303 Geometrical Optics
1017-455 Physical Optics
1051-313 Interactions Between Light and Matter
1051-320 Linear Mathematics for Imaging
1051-350 Vision and Psychophysics
1051-370 Radiometry
1051-402 Color Science
1051-361 Digital Image Processing I
1051-462 Digital Image Processing II
1051-463 Digital Image Processing III
1051-465 Detectors
1051-528 Design and Fabrication of a CCD Camera
1051-730 Magnetic Resonance Imaging