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98%

Outcome rate across undergraduate programs

For each of the past three years, 98% of College of Engineering Technology graduates enter either the workforce or graduate study within six months of graduation

1st

in awarding bachelor degrees

Awarding more bachelor degrees in engineering technology than any other private university in the country.

5

Research and academic centers of excellence

Firmly anchored in all our disciplines, corporate relationships allow us to continue to offer our students invaluable opportunities to compliment their academic experiences while affording our faculty cutting edge research options.

3

Eisenhart Outstanding Teaching Awards

Faculty members in the college’s Department of Electrical, Computer, and Telecommunications Engineering Technology have been awarded RIT’s prestigious Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching three years in a row.

Why the College of Engineering Technology?

“In a world increasingly influenced by technology, the College of Engineering Technology focuses on making engineering and technology careers accessible. We believe in the unlimited potential of dedicated learners to lead, create, innovate, and apply technology to resolve problems.  If you believe a career embracing the application of science and engineering principles will improve your contributions to society, the College of Engineering Technology is the right place for you.”

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Meet the Dean

S. Manian Ramkumar

Our programs emphasize critical thinking and problem solving, project-based learning, multidisciplinary teams, and interaction among students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, our strong ties to industry have enabled us to shape our programs to best meet today’s needs and be prepared for tomorrow’s challenges.

S. Manian Ramkumar

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