Business, Management, and Leadership

At RIT, we blend business and management with science, engineering, and the arts to foster team work, creativity, and strategic thinking so you can bring any idea from concept to market.

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Why study business at RIT? We’re customizing the technologies that improve production, enhance product design, transform hiring practices, expand markets across borders, revolutionize the service industry, and promote products to customers across the world. You’ll study in a dynamic, innovative environment where you will learn how to leverage these technologies to build business opportunities, blaze new trails through entrepreneurship, and, ultimately, impact the bottom line.

Nationally Recognized

#10

"Top 10 Online MBA Programs"

Poets & Quants, 2020

#3

Management Information Systems

College Factual, 2021

#23

Best Masters of Finance

TFE Times, 2021

#29

Best Graduate School MBA Specialties in Business Analytics

U.S. News & World Report

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    Anticipating rapid changes in the workplace—further accelerated by lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic—RIT is seizing on the opportunity to guide students to new economy majors that are multidisciplinary, transformative, and future-focused. Dan Johnson, professor of packaging science; Ian Mortimer, vice president for Enrollment Management; and Steven Carnovale, assistant professor of supply chain management, discuss the importance of offering majors that ensure successful outcomes while meeting the ever-changing needs of a new, and evolving, economy.

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