Undeclared and Individualized Study

You know that higher education is a logical next step, but you’re not quite sure which direction to take. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. RIT’s undecided options and our individualized study program were created with you in mind.

Students studying together

Regardless of the program you choose, you’ll be prepared to launch a dynamic career in a wide range of exciting industries. We’ll use your interests, talents, and career goals to help you map a thoughtful academic journey that will allow you to explore different professional destinations. When you’re ready to declare your major, or create a customized curriculum, you will be able to make the most informed decision possible.

In Demand: Outstanding Outcomes

$52K

Undergraduate Median Starting Salary

83%

Undergraduate Outcomes Rate

$66K

Graduate Median Starting Salary

93%

Graduate Outcomes Rate

Typical Job Titles

Some companies that hire our graduates

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See for Yourself

Campus tour walking across campus

Fall Open House

Prospective students and their families are invited to spend a day on the RIT campus.

Saturday, November 9

Aerial view of Global Village - RIT Campus

Personal Campus Visit

Visit RIT for a tour, personal interview, or attend an info session.