Science and Math

At once foundational, contemporary, and forward-thinking – science and math at RIT blend a passion for research, the practical application of theory, and the active pursuit of new discoveries to create a potent mix.

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How do you quantify potential? It’s what you do. The level at which you operate. Your dedication to discovery. Benefit from immersive, hands-on research opportunities and state-of-the-art research and lab facilities. Our programs are a pipeline to graduate study or an immediate gateway to a career. Rise to the challenge in an environment that is as competitive as it is collaborative. You’ll arrive at solutions that will expand your sense of what is possible.

Degree Programs

Faces of RIT

In Demand: Outstanding Outcomes

$60K

Median Starting Salary

92%

Outcomes Rate

Typical Job Titles

Some Companies That Hire Our Graduates

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