An information technology degree where you'll implement complex computing systems and become well versed in their management.
End of the 2nd Year
During the 3rd & 4th Year
User interface design and requirements gathering and data modeling. Advanced skills in database, networking, web development, and enterprise systems.
Program facilities equipment
Each lab is fully equipped with high-end Windows 10, Windows Server, Mac OSX, Linux and UNIX based PC platform computers. There is a full array of networking equipment from vendors such as Cisco, Extreme Networks, and Nortel including hubs, over 100 switches, and more than 80 routers. The labs are also equipped with wireless access points, layer 3 switches, network simulation, network data capture and virtualization software.
Program job titles reported
Systems Administrator; DevOps Engineer; Full Stack Engineer; Information Technology Engineer; Information Technology Specialist; Software Engineer; Systems Engineer; Operations Engineer; Network Technician; Web Developer
Select program hiring partners
Aetna & CVS Health; American Packaging Corporation; BlueCross BlueShield; Cisco; CyFlare; Datto; eLogic; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Fidelity Investments; Finger Lakes Performing Provider System (FLPPS); GenTech; GoNetspeed; L3Harris Technologies; Liberty Mutual Insurance; M&T Bank; MITRE; Northrop Grumman Corporation; Regional Transit Service; RIT- ITS; SIG; Wegmans Food Markets
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Cooperative education, or co-op for short, is full-time, paid work experience in your field of study. And it sets RIT graduates apart from their competitors. It’s exposure–early and often–to a variety of professional work environments, career paths, and industries. RIT co-op is designed for your success.
Students in the computing and information technologies degree are required to complete two blocks of cooperative education experience.