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Statistics

95%

Outcome rate

Students have a 95% career outcome rate six months after graduation.

17

Degrees offered

Degrees span the range of computing fields, in addition to a Ph.D. program in computing and information sciences.

25th

Best college for securing jobs

Ranked by LinkedIn for securing “desirable software engineering jobs.”

2nd

Best for game design

Among top colleges in North America for game design and development, as ranked by Princeton Review

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Meet the Dean

Matt Huenerfauth

At our college, we have a front-row seat to the way advances in computing are changing the world every day. Our faculty and student researchers are making impacts in fields ranging from accessibility to cybersecurity, and RIT students are hitting the ground running upon graduation.

Matt Huenerfauth
Dean, Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
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Latest News

  • July 12, 2024

    a cartoon cat is shown leaping from an explosion with other cats and people in the background.

    Exploding Kittens game created by RIT alumnus debuts on Netflix

    Exploding Kittens, the animated series based on the game, premiered on Netflix July 12. The nine-episode first season brings characters from the game to life and introduces new ones. It also coincides with updates to the Netflix Exploding Kittens mobile game and new show-adapted merchandise from Lee’s company.

  • July 11, 2024

    a man is shown working on the inside of a cell phone.

    My Phone Was Cloned 

    AARP interviews Jonathan Weissman, principal lecturer in the Department of Cybersecurity, about how to prevent criminals from taking over your phone and draining bank accounts. (This content may require a subscription to view.)