Engineering and Engineering Technology

At RIT, our engineering students dismantle tough problems in the search for solutions. We take on important challenges–the environment, energy, health care, manufacturing, and more–to find the engineering solutions that lead to significant change. And dynamic change like this transforms the world.

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Engineering in action. It’s what we do. In our engineering and engineering technology programs, you’ll learn the theory and principles behind engineering, and you’ll apply them–on full-time, paid cooperative education experiences, with teammates on performance teams and clubs, and in makerspaces where you can bring any idea to life. You’ll have unprecedented access to design tools, makerspaces, labs, and an entrepreneurial ecosystem to design, build, test, and prototype your creations.

Nationally Recognized

#9

Engineering-Related Fields

College Factual, USA Today College Guide

#43

Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs

U.S. News & World Report

#59

Undergraduate Engineering Programs

U.S. News & World Report

#75

Engineering Schools Offering a Doctorate

U.S. News & World Report

Degree Programs

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In Demand: Outstanding Outcomes

$65K

Undergraduate Median Starting Salary

96%

Undergraduate Outcomes Rate

$73K

Graduate Median Starting Salary

92%

Graduate Outcomes Rate

Typical Job Titles

Some Companies That Hire Our Graduates

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