Today's top employers are looking for graduates who have professional work experience in addition to a quality academic background. At RIT, you'll get both. RIT has the fourth oldest and one of the largest cooperative education programs in the world. Hundreds of companies, from Fortune 500 firms to smaller, privately owned firms, come to campus each semester to recruit students for co-op positions. By the time you graduate from RIT, your resume will reflect not only your academic record but a significant amount of real work experience in your science discipline.
Although co-op is encouraged in all the College of Science programs, it is only required in the Bioinformatics program.
Visit Handshake (RIT's career platform for students and alumni) for job opportunities.