Info session for Integrative Design MS program
RIT’s Master of Science in Integrative Design is a new program designed for students with artistic, technical, engineering and management backgrounds. The one-year program is focused on developing an understanding of applied design thinking and practices in a highly collaborative environment.Learn all about the MS program during an information session from 5-6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 6, in Neblette Conference Room (Gannett Hall, off the first-floor lobby). Pizza will be served. Faculty will be on hand to share information about job possibilities and the cutting-edge resources and facilities available to students, including a makerspace and 3D printing and CNC technologies. Not only for designers, the Integrative Design program does not require a portfolio for admission. It enables students from various disciplines — such as business, engineering or sociology — to engage and work within creative development teams.For more information, contact program director Stan Rickel at firstname.lastname@example.org or view a digital brochure.
When and Where
Open to the Public