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Megan Fritts

CSEC and GCI Office Manager

Department of Computing Security
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

585-475-3968
Office Location
GCI-1793
Office Mailing Address
100 Lomb Memorial Drive Rochester, NY 14623

Megan Fritts

CSEC and GCI Office Manager

Department of Computing Security
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

Bio

<p>Megan works in the Computing Security Department as the Office Manager. She began working at RIT in the fall of 2008 as a staff assistant in the Golisano College. Starting in July of 2012, Megan became an academic advisor for Computing Security. Megan has a B.F.A. in Illustration from Rochester Institute of Technology and a M.S. in Professional Studies. Her graduate concentrations were in Higher Education, and Leadership & Management.  She has been a part of the RIT family since 2004, and truly feels it is home!</p><p>Megan is originally from Erie, PA but has called Rochester home since she moved away for college. She is often out taking in everything the city and surrounding area has to offer! She has an energetic boxer named Sierra that keeps her on her toes! They love to get out and go hiking and camping. She also loves spending time with her family (especially being an aunt to her niece and nephew), and her friends.</p>

585-475-3968

Currently Teaching

CSEC-699
0 Credits
Students perform paid professional work related to the field of computing security. Students work full-time during the term for which they are registered. Students must complete a student co-op work report for each term for which they are registered; students are also evaluated each term by their employer. A satisfactory grade is given for co-op when both the student’s work report and the employer evaluation have been completed. Co-op is an optional part of the MS in computing security degree.
CINT-118
1 Credits
A one credit-hour course for incoming computing students, featuring lectures and discussion of important themes in computing. A different theme is presented during each session. Example topics might include: history of the field, developments in research, and societal changes caused by computing. Students will meet current faculty who will provide lectures and discussion of a variety of themes. This course will help provide orientation to the breadth of the modern computing field.
CSEC-499
0 Credits
Students will gain experience and a better understanding of the application of technologies discussed in classes by working in the field of computing security. Students will be evaluated by their employer. If a transfer student, they must have completed one term in residence at RIT and be carrying a full academic load.