Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs: Paths to Success

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Baccalaureate Degree Programs

If you’re interested in a bachelor’s degree program, you can pursue any of more than 90 exciting and challenging majors offered in the College of Engineering Technology, Saunders College of BusinessGolisano College of Computing and Information SciencesKate Gleason College of Engineering, College of Health Sciences and Technology, College of Art and DesignCollege of Liberal Arts, and College of Science. If you’re unsure which college fits your interests, you may apply to enter University Exploration to explore different bachelor’s degree programs. For students interested in the ASL-English interpretation program, RIT/NTID offers a unique environment to study sign language interpreting. 

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Pre-baccalaureate Programs

If you would like to enter a bachelor’s degree program in the college of Engineering, Art and Design, Liberal Arts or Science, but need to complete some courses in order to qualify for admission, you may be eligible to enter a pre-baccalaureate program. All pre-baccalaureate programs are individualized, planned by you and your academic adviser to prepare you for the bachelor’s degree program to which you wish to apply.

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Associate+Bachelor’s Degree Programs

RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf offers an array of associate degrees that provide a solid foundation for entry into RIT bachelor’s degree programs. 

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Associate Degree — Career-Focused Programs

If you’re looking for the fast track to career success, you may choose to pursue an associate degree in any of our state-of-the-art technical programs. 

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Career Exploration Program

If you want to collect additional information about careers and majors before deciding on an associate degree program of study, you may choose a career exploration/decision option.

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Study Abroad Programs

Study abroad experiences can play an important part in shaping the lives of deaf and hard-of-hearing young adults. RIT/NTID students are encouraged to participate in a study abroad experience before they graduate.

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