When you choose an RIT Associate+Bachelor’s Degree Program, you start on the road to academic success by earning an associate degree through RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf, which prepares you to enroll in a bachelor’s degree program in one of the other eight colleges of RIT.
What makes students in these programs so successful in college and their careers?
Access to high-caliber RIT academic programs
Unparalleled academic support
Academic success: Deaf and hard-of-hearing students at RIT graduate at rates above the national averages for students in community colleges and other private four-year colleges.
The best value: RIT receives special federal support for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, so you pay less than one-half of RIT’s regular tuition.
*Effective as of academic year 2018-19, the Web and Mobile Computing concentration in the Applied Computer Technology AS program will not be offered. Students interested in a bachelor’s degree in Web and Mobile Computing should begin their studies through enrollment in the Mobile Application Development AAS program.