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2 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies toll free Table of Contents Everything You Need to Know RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies... 1 University Calendar... 2 An Education Built Around Your Needs... 3 Welcome to RIT... 4 A History of Building Students Futures... 5 Getting Started... 6 Tuition and Payment Procedures... 7 Financial Aid... 9 The Liberal Arts General Education Curriculum Academic Policies and Procedures HEGIS Codes RIT Registration Form Engineering and Technology Engineering Technology Certificate Programs Computer Aided Drafting Fundamentals of Manufacturing Management Manufacturing Processes Robotics and CAM Quality Management Certificate Electrical Engineering Technology, BS Computer Engineering Technology*, BS Mechanical Technology, AAS Mechanical Engineering Technology, BS Manufacturing Engineering Technology*, BS Telecommunications Certificate Programs Data Communications Voice Communications Structural Design Certificate Science Chemistry Online Learning Courses and Media-Supported Courses Exercise Science Certificate Computing and Information Sciences and Technology Computer Science, BS Information Technology, BS Applied Networking and Systems Administration, BS Information Security and Forensics, BS Multidisciplinary/General Studies Center for Multidisciplinary Studies Applied Arts and Science Diploma, AAS and BS Applied Arts and Science Business and Management Studies, AAS Part-time Guide Undergraduate Course Descriptions Undergraduate Courses *Upper-division Admission to upper-division programs is open to individuals holding an associate degree in an appropriate field or an acceptable equivalent. Students should have earned a minimum 2.3 grade-point average. Business, Communication, Service, and Hospitality Management, BS Health Systems Administration Certificate Management Development Program Management Process Certificate Management Diploma International Logistics and Transportation Certificate Organizational Change and Leadership Certificate Small Business Management Certificate Public Relations Communications Certificate Programs Professional Writing Certificate Graphic Communication Certificate Technical Communications Certificate Programs Basic Technical Communication Certificate Advanced Technical Communication Certificate Computer Graphics Certificate Human Resource Development Certificate... 27

3 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies toll free RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies You want to make more of your career and your abilities. You want to learn from, and network with, accomplished professionals in your field of study, and prepare to enter and advance in a high-paying, applied technology career in emerging industries full of possibility. Let our counselors help you decide on an area of study that will lead to a degree that s respected by employers locally, and around the world. Flexibility Part-time study at RIT makes it possible for you to balance work, family, and college like never before. RIT offers classes during the day, evenings and weekends, and online. Shorter Time to Completion Our convenient quarter calendar means our classes last only 11 weeks, offering the opportunity to take classes four times each year beginning in September, November, March, and June. Choice Few universities offer you the variety of RIT s part-time studies program. RIT offers more than 1,800 courses and 280 certificates and degree programs on a part-time basis. Through part-time study, you can complete a certificate program or an entire associate, bachelor s, or master s degree in today s hottest career fields. Complete a degree in business, engineering, communication, printing and media, computer science, or information technology. Or take courses related to cutting-edge, emerging technologies in bioinformatics, computer security, and nanotechnology. Quality RIT is regionally accredited by the well-recognized Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, and many of our individual colleges and programs have professional accreditation from business and industry. RIT programs and faculty are often cited by business, industry, and government for the quality and preparedness of our students and graduates. Reputation You want a degree that will be recognized and valued in today s competitive marketplace. RIT delivers. U.S. News & World Report has consistently ranked RIT among the nation s top universities and as one of America s Best College Values. Approximately 106,000 alumni worldwide include business, industry, and government leaders. Results A degree from RIT comes with certain perks. Greater earning potential in growing fields, the support and experience of accomplished professionals with real-world connections, and a world-class reputation that earns immediate respect from employers around the world. Experience RIT has been meeting the needs of part-time and adult students like you since it was founded in Respected as a world leader in career-oriented and professional education, RIT is known for cutting-edge academic programs and experiential learning that meet the needs of business and industry today. The faculty at RIT is among the best anywhere in terms of teaching excellence and real-world experience. Many have national and international reputations built on distinguished careers in teaching, consulting, and research. 1

4 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies toll free Rochester Institute of Technology University Calendar Fall Quarter (2121)* Winter Quarter (2122)* Spring Quarter (2123)* Summer Quarter (2124)* September 3 (Labor Day) Day, evening, and online classes begin November 26 Day, evening, and online classes begin March 4 Day, evening, and online classes begin May 28 (Tuesday) Day, evening, and online classes begin September 8 Saturday classes begin December 1 Saturday classes begin March 9 Saturday classes begin June 1 Saturday classes begin September 9 (Sunday) Last day to add/drop courses December 2 (Sunday) Last day to add/drop courses March 10 (Sunday) Last day to add/drop courses June 3 (Monday) Last day to add/drop summer courses September 10 (Monday) First day to drop classes online via SIS; receive a W grade December 3 (Monday) First day to drop classes online via SIS; receive a W grade March 11 (Monday) First day to drop classes online via SIS; receive a W grade June 4 (Tuesday) First day to drop classes online via SIS; receive a W grade October 26 Last day to drop classes online; receive a W grade November 9 Last day and evening classes November 10 Last Saturday and online classes November 12-17* * Final exams November Fall/Winter break November Thanksgiving (University closed) December 21 Last day and evening classes before break December 22 Last Saturday and online classes before break December 24, 2012 January 6, 2013 Holiday break December 24, 2012 January 1, 2013 (University closed) January 2 University re-opens January 7 Day, evening, and online classes resume January 12 Saturday classes resume February 1 Last day to drop classes online; receive a W grade April 26 Last day to drop classes online; receive a W grade May 10 Last day and evening classes May 11 Last Saturday and online classes May 13-17** Final exams May 17 Academic Convocation and Commencement Ceremonies May 18 Commencement Ceremonies May Spring/Summer break May 27 Memorial Day (University closed) July 4 Independence Day (University closed) July 22 (Monday) Last day to drop classes online; receive a W grade August 3 Last Saturday and online classes August 5 Last day and evening classes August 6-10** Final exams * New PeopleSoft SIS Term Codes ** Day students can view their individual exam schedules online through SIS. Students attending evening, Saturday, and online courses should check with their instructors regarding their final exam schedules. February 15 Last day and evening classes February 16 Last Saturday and online classes February 18-23** Final exams Feb. 24- March 3 Winter/Spring break RIT is chartered by the legislature of the State of New York and accredited by The Commission on Higher Education, Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa , , and New York State Education Department, Office of College and University Evaluation, 5 North Mezzanine, Albany, N.Y , In addition to institutional accreditation, curricula in the colleges are accredited by appropriate professional accreditation bodies. Where applicable, specific mention of these is included in the college descriptions. Students wishing to review documents describing accreditation should contact the Office of the Associate Provost for Academic Programs. 2

5 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies toll free An Education Built Around Your Needs If you are interested in expanding your career or educational horizons, we encourage you to discover part-time study at RIT. RIT offers exciting options for adult learners interested in part-time and online courses, degrees, and certificates. Whether you are interested in part-time study on campus or online, RIT s nine colleges offer you an extensive selection of academic programs during the day. In addition, these colleges provide evening and online learning programs for the convenience of working adults. Let s talk about your goals and how RIT can meet them We want to make your RIT experience as rewarding as possible. Advisers in the Office of Part-time Enrollment will help you refine your focus on initial course and program selection, financial aid and payment options, and assistance with admission and registration procedures. In addition, advisers in each college provide complete information on academic policies, procedures, and requirements. They can evaluate transfer credits and help you select the right courses to complete your program. Academic advising is critical for your success. We strongly urge you to make an appointment even before beginning classes on a part-time basis to be sure that you have the best and most current information when you start. The RIT Undergraduate Bulletin describes the more than 200 undergraduate programs along with admission, residency, graduation, and other requirements. The RIT Graduate Bulletin describes more than 80 postbaccalaureate graduate degree and certificate programs. RIT s Part-time Undergraduate Studies guide does not constitute a contract between the university and its students on either a collective or individual basis. It represents RIT s best academic, social, and financial planning at the time of publication. Course and curriculum changes; modification of tuition, fees, and other charges; plus unforeseen changes in aspects of RIT sometimes occur after the guide has been completed, but before the changes can be incorporated in a later edition of this pdf. Because of this, Rochester Institute of Technology does not assume a contractual obligation with its students for the contents of this guide. For more information Part-time Enrollment Services Phone: , or toll-free Fax: Web: LIVE CHAT Chat live with our advisers at www. rit.edu/parttime The information in this guide is designed to give you an overview of academic policies, programs, and curricula in effect for the academic year. You will find information to plan your part-time learning experience. Additional assistance will be available through the college or program contact numbers listed. If you are interested in online learning, full-time undergraduate or on-campus graduate information, three other publications contain all the information you need: The RIT Online Studies guide describes degree programs and options available, and provides information for students interested in online learning. A degree from RIT comes with certain perks. Greater earning potential in growing fields, the support and experience of accomplished professionals with real-world connections, and a world-class reputation that earns immediate respect from employers around the world. Our fulltime job is making it easier for part-time students. Let our counselors design a part-time course schedule that will allow you to achieve a degree respected by employers around the state, the country, and the world. 3

6 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies toll free Quality Programs for Successful Careers Welcome to RIT As a prospective part-time student, chances are good that your primary objective is career advancement, and we commend your interest in Rochester Institute of Technology. At RIT, we have always been focused on building careers. From our earliest days, our faculty has sought to prepare students for business and industry by providing them with the important skills and expertise necessary for success in their chosen fields. Today, with lifelong education becoming increasingly important, thousands are enrolling in RIT s part-time, evening, and online learning programs. These programs are tailored to fit the busy schedules of adults who are looking for a quality career education and personal enrichment. More than 1,800 courses to meet your interests and fit your schedule We offer more evening and online courses than any other college or university in the Rochester area and have one of the world s broadest online learning portfolios. Students can choose from numerous options in certificate, diploma, associate, bachelor s, and master s degree programs. Part-time study at RIT can take you in many directions At Rochester Institute of Technology, we enjoy a large and growing body of part-time students, and a status as one of the largest online learning providers in the nation. That s because students with career priorities are the primary focus at RIT. Part-time education has been an important part of the RIT mission since our earliest days. Part-time students can choose the best times and places even study from home RIT offers programs from our main campus in Rochester and around the world through the convenience of online learning. Traditional classroom courses are offered to meet your working schedule, day or evening. RIT s convenient quarter system schedule means our classes last only 11 weeks. This means you can begin taking classes four times during the year beginning in September, November, March, or June. RIT s part-time undergraduate programs are described more fully beginning on page 15. You can also learn more by visiting. Online courses offer a world of convenience without sacrificing educational quality RIT s online learning approach uses the power of the Internet to deliver an engaging, highly effective educational experience. The online curriculum allows students to log on and come to class when and where it fits their schedule. But even with this convenience, students benefit from the same faculty, syllabi, and course objectives as those attending on-campus classes. In all, nearly 500 online courses are taught annually. RIT online learning programs are described more fully in our Online Studies guide, on our website at 4

7 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies Our Diverse, 180-Year History A History of Building Students Futures toll free Rochester Institute of Technology is respected internationally as a world leader in career-oriented and professional education. By serving the needs of those looking to build skills for an increasingly industrialized world, the school flourished in its early days beginning in the 1820s. In 1891, the Rochester Athenaeum merged with Mechanics Institute, which was founded to instruct in drawing and such other branches of studies that are most important for industrial pursuits. A half-century later, we adopted the name that we hold today, recognizing the increasingly specialized and professional nature of our programs. Building on the tradition of excellence RIT is a respected, internationally renowned private, coeducational university. We offer a rich academic experience with programs that combine outstanding teaching, a strong foundation in the liberal arts and sciences, and modern classroom facilities. Benefit from the experience of a superior faculty The faculty at RIT is among the best anywhere in terms of teaching excellence and real-world experience. Many have national and international reputations built on distinguished careers in teaching, consulting, and research. The university s full- and parttime faculty also teach our online courses, along with on-campus versions of the same courses. A commitment to part-time students Few universities provide RIT s variety of career-oriented studies. With nine colleges that offer outstanding programs in business, engineering, art, design, science, mathematics, liberal arts, printing, hospitality, computer science, and other areas, RIT meets a wide range of career interests. We offer the area s most complete part-time studies program and are well known throughout the world for our online programs. Accreditation and charter As a comprehensive university, RIT offers a wealth of support services, excellent facilities, and state-of-the-art equipment all-important ingredients in the quality of academic life. RIT is chartered by the legislature of The State of New York and accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Higher Education. All online programs hold the same accreditation as those conducted on campus. Course work to meet a wide range of needs RIT is proud of its diverse, challenging, and inspiring curriculum. This includes more than 280 different programs, including distinctive offerings like microelectronic engineering, imaging science, computer graphics, printing management, international business management, telecommunications, and engineering technology. A nationally recognized approach to education At RIT, our vibrant student body is made up of approximately 17,650 students, including 1,300 deaf and hard-of-hearing students, 1,600 part-time undergraduates and 2,890 graduate students. Students come to RIT from around the world but maintain close hometown ties, with more than 32,000 of our 106,000 alumni calling Rochester their home. As a nationally respected leader in professional and careeroriented education, RIT is described as one of America s most imitated educational institutions. It has been consistently recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation s leading universities. 5

8 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies toll free The Facts You Need about the Education You Want Getting Started A full-time commitment to part-time students RIT is dedicated to the professionally minded student. Keeping with that commitment, we offer programs speci fically geared to the needs of part-time learners. RIT encourages individual achievement and strives to create a diverse, pluralistic learning environment. As always, we are here to deliver the best in career and technical education according to your schedule, when and where you want it. Advising available for all students and prospective students Academic advisers are invaluable as you prepare for your education and throughout your career at RIT. The adviser s role in your education: Advisers provide information about academic policies, procedures, and requirements. Ways your adviser helps: Your adviser will evaluate any transfer credits, help you select the right courses to complete your program, and provide encouragement and assistance with academic issues. When to contact an adviser: You will work closely with an academic adviser once enrolled, but it is wise to contact an adviser before beginning any program. Tuition and course materials Tuition is based on your program of study and the total number of credits for which you enroll during each academic quarter. Both part-time and online learning courses have the same tuition. Most courses are four credits. Financial aid is available to eligible students. See page 9 for more information. Students are typically required to purchase textbooks, videotapes, or printed course materials through the RIT bookstore. Online students receive information about what materials they need and how to order them when they receive their orientation materials. Course registration Registration is simple and can be accomplished in a variety of ways. Timing: In general, students begin choosing courses six to eight weeks before the academic term begins. Ways to register: Registration can be accomplished by fax, mail, the RIT campus computer network and the Web, or in person. Deadlines: Registration continues through the start of each quarter, ending after the first six weekdays, also known as the drop/add period. Check the RIT Registration Guide for more information. Limitations: Colleges may restrict enrollment to specific groups of students (program, prerequisite completion, year completed, etc.) Loss of registration: Students who fail to satisfy their financial commitment, meet New York state immuniz ation requirements, or fulfill course requirements may be dropped from classes. When and where to register The Office of the Registrar provides a range of registration and records services. Registration dates for the academic year are listed on page 2. Choose your registration method In Person You can submit your registration form to the home college/department or to the Office of the Registrar, located on the first floor of George Eastman Hall on the main campus. Check the Office of the Registrar s website for hours: Mail and Fax Any student or prospective student can mail or fax in registration forms. A registration form is included on page 14 of this publication. Registrations should be sent to the following address or fax number: RIT Office of the Registrar George Eastman Hall 27 Lomb Memorial Drive Rochester, NY Fax: Online If you are matriculated in an RIT degree program or have previously taken a course at RIT, you may register though the Student Information System (SIS) at You will need an RIT computer account to log into this site. Follow screen prompts to create a personal identification number (PIN), unless previously created, and register for courses. Student ID card On-campus students and all online students who come to the campus should obtain an RIT identification card in order to use RIT facilities. ID cards are issued by the Office of the Registrar and are activated each quarter once you have registered. If you lose your ID, report the loss to the Office of the Registrar. Although there is no charge for the initial card, the replacement fee is $5. 6

9 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies Working to Keep Education Tuition and Payment Procedures toll free Flexible and Affordable Your tuition for part-time or online study is based on the total number of credits taken during each quarter. Note that most RIT courses are four credits. Part-time and online students generally take one or two courses per quarter (4-8 credits). RIT Tuition Matriculated Students are assessed the tuition associated with their program as shown below, regardless of the course(s) taken. Program Part-time Rate 1-11 Cr. Hrs. Tuition Full-time Rate Cr. Hrs. Tuition Graduate $999/credit hour $11,992/quarter Undergraduate Evening Division $491/credit hour $491/credit hour Full-time Rate Cr. Hrs. Undergraduate Day $754/credit hour $10,928/quarter To qualify for our part-time tuition rates, you may enroll in no more than 11 credits per quarter. Payment due date Payment for tuition and fees is due when you register. If you use mail-in or telephone options you will receive an e-bill. We also offer several payment plans to help you manage your college expenses. See page 8 for details. These have been provided for your quick reference and are subject to change. Cost and payment procedures University billing statements may be paid by cash, check, or electronic check (e-check). The university does not accept credit card payments for tuition, fees, or room and board that appear on the student billing statement. However, we have an arrangement for a third-party vendor to accept MasterCard and Discover Card when payment is made online. The vendor does charge a percent service fee for each credit card transaction. Billing-related payments (check) may be mailed to: Rochester Institute of Technology, Student Financial Services, P.O. Box , Rochester, NY Payment also may be made in person at the Office of Student Financial Services on the first floor of the University Services Center. Credit card and e-check payments can be made at https://ipay.rit.edu. Due dates are clearly designated on the billing statement and our website. Failure to pay the amount due (or to arrange an optional payment plan by the due date) will result in a late payment fee for students without a valid deferral. Payments for evening division students RIT tuition charges are computed quarterly. Evening division students may pay their tuition in a single payment or use the partial payment plan. Partial payments are due twice each quarter. Fifty percent (plus a $25 partial payment processing fee) is due at the time of registration and the remaining 50 percent is due by a midquarter billing date. A late fee will be assessed for failure to pay the remaining 50 percent on time. Late payment fees Billing statements are sent electronically twice each quarter. Accounts that are past due will be charged late fees as follows: Past-due balance Late payment fee $100 $500 $25 $ $1,000 $50 Over $1,000 $75 Tuition assessment policies Matriculated students are assessed tuition and fee rates associated with their program, regardless of the courses taken. Nonmatriculated students are assessed tuition consistent with the program(s) in which their courses(s) is/are offered. Students taking courses during summer quarter should refer to the Summer Schedule of Courses. Courses taken for audit are assessed tuition at one-half the usual rate charged. Advance tuition deposits are nonrefundable. Tuition refunds Any part-time student who drops or withdraws from a class may be eligible for a tuition adjustment. For more information, visit our website at: RIT is committed to helping students explore tuition payment options. We offer a number of alternatives, including monthly payment plans and company deferred payment plans. To determine the best choice for you, contact a representative in our Office of Student Financial Services at or via at Electronic billing The university has an electronic billing (e-bill) program for students. Each quarter, all RIT students will receive an notification to their official university account, stating that their e-bill is available. Students have the option of selecting three additional addresses to allow for a parent, guardian, or other authorized user to receive e-bill notifications. 7

10 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies toll free Tuition and Payment Procedures continued RIT Payment Options Quarterly Payment Option Quarterly Payment in Full Deferred Payment Company Deferred Payment Plan Veteran Payment Option Who Is Eligible? All students All students All students who have official verification of employer s tuition reimbursement practice All veterans who are certified for VA educational benefits by the RIT Office of Veterans Affairs Terms Payment in full by billing due date. Payments received after each billing due date are subject to a late payment fee. $25 participation fee. Students must be paid in full from prior quarter. Fifty percent of net out-of-pocket quarterly balance due with registration. Students must be paid in full from prior quarter. Official verification form must be submitted quarterly in lieu of payment. Full payment for the quarter is due by midquarter bill due date (regardless of whether the employer has reimbursed the student or not). Students must be paid in full from prior quarter. The student submits an authorized veteran deferment form in lieu of payment. The student pays monthly in accordance with their scheduled VA benefit checks. Unpaid balances from prior quarters are subject to a late payment fee. Annual Payment Option Monthly Payment Plan Who Is Eligible? Matriculated day students (full- and part-time) Terms The plan, which offers flexibility in both timing and method of payment, carries no interest or finance charge, but does require a $50 administrative fee. Students must be paid in full from prior school year. Students submit enrollment and housing plans for the upcoming academic year by July 1. Projected net annual amount due is divided into 10 monthly installments. First month payment due August 1 prior to school year. The minimum net annual amount due must be $1,000 ($100 per month). Students must register for a minimum of two quarters during the academic year. Applications cannot be accepted after the first day of fall quarter classes. Let our counselors design a part-time course schedule that will allow you to achieve a degree respected by employers around the state, the country, and the world. A degree from RIT comes with certain perks. For example, our programs in today s hottest fields will make you extremely marketable. So as you grow, so will your paycheck. Secondly, you re connected, whether through co-op work experience, the network of companies who recruit our students, or the faculty and alums who can help you be at the right place at the right time. And, perhaps best of all, your RIT degree gets the immediate respect of employers from Pittsford to Prague. 8

11 A System of Assistance Financial Aid RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies toll free Part-time students apply for financial aid programs in the same manner as full-time students. Eligibility is based on the number of credit hours enrolled for each term and the program length. Federal and state aid programs require that students be admitted through the Admissions Office into a degree program that is at least 24 credit hours in length. In addition to being admitted into a program that is at least 24 credit hours in length, federal and state aid programs require that students: be U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens, have a valid social security number, meet satisfactory academic progress standards, register for selective service, if required, and not be in default on a federal student loan or owe money on a federal student grant. Students interested in applying for need-based financial aid should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A link to the FAFSA and additional financial aid information can be found at Students who have additional questions can contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at (voice) or (TTY). A summary of the financial aid programs available to part-time undergraduate students follows. Part-time Undergraduate and Graduate Financial Aid Programs Grants/Scholarships Eligibility Amount How to Apply Federal Pell Grant Undergraduate pursuing a first bachelor s degree and meeting financial need criteria. Up to $5,550 per year. File RIT Part-time Studies Grant Center for Multidisciplinary Studies (CMS) Scholarship Undergraduate enrolled part-time (between 1 and 11 credit hours per quarter). Must demonstrate financial need. Varies File Undergraduate or graduate enrolled in a CMS program. Must maintain a 3.0 average. Varies Complete a CMS Scholarship Application in the department New York State Aid for Parttime Studies (APTS) Awarded to matriculated undergraduate students enrolled for between 6-11 credits per term and who meet New York state residency requirements. Must demonstrate financial need based on New York state net taxable income and must not have received the equivalent of 4 years of New York state aid. Maximum award is $2,000 per year not to exceed cost of tuition Submit Aid for Part-time Studies Application to RIT s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships Veterans Benefits Vietnam Veterans Tuition Award Program Persian Gulf Veterans Tuition Award Program New York State Military Tuition Award Eligible veterans and children of deceased veterans or service-connected disabled veterans Recipients must meet New York state residency requirements and have served in the armed forces in Indochina or the Persian Gulf during specified periods of hostility. Undergraduate, New York state resident registered for between 3-12 credit hours per quarter. Must be current member in good standing with the New York State Air National Guard, Naval Militia, or Army National Guard. Amounts vary Awards are $5,295 per year for full-time study or $2,647 per year for part-time study Up to $3,400 per year Contact the Office of Veterans Affairs at (888) or visit their website at Same as TAP. In addition, file the appropriate award supplement to establish eligibility. Contact NYSHESC at (888) for information or check online at HESC.org File FAFSA and contact NYSHESC at (888) or check online at HESC.org for information Loans Eligibility Eligibility Amount How to Apply Federal Direct Loans Independent Undergraduate Students Independent undergraduates enrolled at least half-time in a degree program Maximum amount (including unsubsidized): 1 st year: $9,500 (no more than $3,500 of this amount can be in subsidized loans) 2 nd year: $10,500 (no more than $4,500 of this amount can be in subsidized loans) 3 rd, 4 th, 5 th years: $12,500 (no more than $5,500 of this amount can be in subsidized loans) Private Alternative Loans Enrolled student who is credit approved by lender Up to the cost of education less other financial aid File Contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at or at financialaid. Information is correct as of June

12 toll free RIT Part-time Undergraduate Studies Broad Horizons. Improved Perspective. The Liberal Arts General Education Curriculum Exposure to a liberal arts education is essential to gaining a well-rounded perspective. Baccalaureate degree programs and all associate degrees have general education requirements. Under the university s new curricular requirements implemented as of September 1, 2005, students in all baccalaureate degree programs are required to have at least 90 credit hours in general education. A minimum of 36 credit hours of this general education is required to be completed in the humanities and social sciences in the College of Liberal Arts. An additional 20 credit hours are to be completed in the College of Science. The basic Liberal Arts curriculum is divided among introductory core courses, an intermediate level course and advanced courses. I. The introductory core totals 20 credit hours, composed of the following 200- to 300-level courses: The writing course (four credits) Two humanities courses (eight credits) from two different of the following disciplines: - History, Fine Arts, Literature, Philosophy, Science, Technology and Society Two social science courses (eight credits) from two different of the following disciplines: - Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology II. Arts of Expression (four credits) III. Advanced course work totals a minimum of 12 credit hours. Option 1. Concentration in the liberal arts A concentration in the liberal arts consists of three courses designated by the liberal arts departments as constituting a concentration (400- to 500-level courses) (12 credit hours) Option 2. Minor in the liberal arts Students who are looking for greater depth in the humanities and social sciences may choose to take a minor in a liberal arts area. A minor in the liberal arts consist of five courses designated by the liberal arts departments (400- to 500-level courses) (20 credit hours). The additional eight credit hours required for a liberal arts minor may come from the remaining 34 general education credits. With this option, the student will complete a total of 44 credit hours in the humanities and social science. Option 3. Minor in liberal arts plus For students who are interested in additional in-depth study in the humanities or social sciences, a minor plus one or two humanities or social science electives may be taken. With this option, the student will complete a total of 48 or 52 credit hours in the humanities and social sciences. Minoring in liberal arts Liberal arts minors require five courses in the designated disciplines and are available in advertising and public relations; American history; American politics; archaeological science; applied communication; art history; communication and culture; creative writing; criminal justice; deaf culture studies; economics, environmental studies; European history; foreign language (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish); historical perspectives on science and technology; history of the modern world; international relations; journalism; legal studies; literary and cultural studies; mass media; music; music and technology; philosophy; political science; psychology; public policy; science, technology and public policy; science, technology and society; science writing; sociology/anthropology; theatre arts; urban and community studies; women s and gender studies; and writing studies. Liberal arts concentrations Liberal arts concentrations are available in African studies; American artistic experience; American politics; archaeology; art history; communication; criminal justice; deaf studies; economics; environmental studies; foreign language/culture (ASL, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Russian); globalization; global justice and peace studies; global studies; history, international relations; Latino Latina/Latin American studies; literary and cultural studies; material and cultural studies; minority relations; music; Native American science and technology; philosophy; psychology; public policy; religious studies; science and technology studies; sociology/anthropology; theatre arts; urban studies; women s and gender studies; and writing studies. To check the availability of concentrations and minors for parttime and online degree programs, please visit Academic advising Liberal arts requirements vary within the individual degree programs on campus. Therefore, it is important that students carefully plan their liberal arts program to meet their specific degree requirements. Staff is available every day in the College of Liberal Arts Office of Student Services on the second floor of the Liberal Arts Building (room 2210) to provide assistance in planning and selecting appropriate liberal arts courses. This office provides specific information about all liberal arts courses, academic advising, and academic worksheets for each degree program to help students maintain records. Individual course descriptions can be found at Mathematics and science general education curriculum The general education curriculum in mathematics and science is a component of all RIT bachelor of science programs and is completed through one of the three options described below. 10

13 RIT Part-time Undergradute Undergraduate Education Studies toll free The Liberal Arts General Education Curriculum continued These options offer a balance between mathematics and science. Students should speak with their individual chairperson or academic adviser for specific course requirements and approved sequences. The required minimum numbers of credits are in parentheses. Plan A: Balanced (22 credits) 1) Mathematics one three-course sequence (10) 2) Science one three-course sequence (nine) and associated laboratories (three) wellness and/or activity courses taken at other colleges may be accepted in transfer at RIT. The Associate Director for Wellness in the Center for Human Performance will review these courses Liberal Arts General Education Curriculum Required Core Courses (200- to 300-level courses) Writing ( ) (36 Credit Hours) (20 of 36 credit hours) (4 credit hours) Plan B: Emphasis on Science (20) 1) Mathematics one two-course sequence (six) 2) Science one two-course sequence (six) and associated laboratories (two) 3) Two additional science electives (six) Humanities: two courses from different areas Fine Arts; History; Literature; Philosophy; Science, Technology and Society Social Science: two courses from different areas Anthropology; Sociology; Economics; Political Science; Psychology (8 credit hours) (8 credit hours) Plan C: Emphasis on Mathematics (22) 1) Mathematics one two-course sequence (six) 2) Two additional mathematics electives (eight) 3) Science one two-course sequence (six) and associated laboratories (two) The mathematics and science general education curriculum requirement applies to all students pursuing the bachelor of science degree. Wellness requirements RIT recognizes the need for wellness education in today s society. To meet this need, RIT offers an exceptional program of specifically designed courses to help students develop and maintain a wellbalanced, active lifestyle and provides principles and elements for utilizing free time in an enjoyable and constructive manner. The wellness education requirement is designed to assist students in making healthy decisions and choices to support their academic and social interactions in college and beyond. The learning experiences provided throughout the wellness curriculum are an integral part of the total educational experience at RIT. The RIT Undergraduate Bulletin contains a complete description of the wellness requirements for traditional baccalaureate and associate degree candidates. The following applies to most of the students reading this publication. Veterans: Students who have completed six months or more of active military duty are not required to complete the wellness education program but are encouraged to enroll in any wellness course on a space-available basis. Age: Students who are 25 or older at the date of matriculation are exempt from all wellness education requirements but may enroll in any course on a space-available basis. Nonmatriculated status: Nonmatriculated students are exempt from the wellness education requirement. In general, health Intermediate Level Arts of Expression Required Advanced Study (12 of 36 credit upper division for a Liberal Arts Concentration or Minor 12 credits + electives) (4 of 36 credit hours) Concentration option Minor option Course I (4 cr.) Course I (4 cr.) 400 to 500 level 400 to 500 level Course II (4 cr.) Course II (4 cr.) 400 to 500 level 400 to 500 level Course III (4 cr.) Course III (4 cr.) 400 to 500 level 400 to 500 level Total: 36 credit hours Course IV (4 cr.) 400 to 500 level Course V (4 cr.) 400 to 500 level Total: 44 credit hours (4 credit hours) A degree from RIT is worth more and impacts your earning power for years to come. You re prepared to step into the better-paying, high-demand positions in today s hottest, most lucrative fields. So as you grow, so will your paycheck. You re connected, whether through co-op work experience, the network of companies who recruit our students, or the well-connected faculty and alums who can help you be at the right place at the right time. And, perhaps best of all, your RIT degree gets the immediate respect of employers anywhere in the world. Let our counselors design a part-time course schedule that will allow you to achieve a degree respected by employers around the state, the country, and the world. 11

14 RIT Part-time Undergraduate Education Studies toll free Academic Policies and Procedures RIT s educational mission is to prepare students for living and working in a democratic and technological society by offering curricula that meet those needs, within an educational community that supports and encourages individual achievement in an atmosphere of pluralism and diversity. Moreover, it sets high standards that challenge students to develop values that will enhance their lives professionally and enable them to contribute constructively to society. Academic advising Academic advising is an integral part of a student s education at RIT. Advising is provided through the student s home department. Please consult the individual college sections of the Undergraduate Bulletin for more specific information Confidentiality of records RIT complies with the Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, which governs access and release of information from student educational records. This statute, in part, permits students to inspect their educational records upon request; provides the opportunity to seek amendment to such records as inaccurate or misleading by writing to the official responsible for the record, identifying the part of the record they want changed, and specifying why it is inaccurate or misleading; and requires student consent prior to disclosure of non-directory information such as grades and class schedules to persons outside of the Institute without the student s written permission. All students, regardless of age, have a right under RIT policy D15 of access to and confidentiality of their educational records. The parents (or guardian) of a dependent student have the same rights of access to the records of the student, regardless of the student s age. The parents of a non-dependent student are not permitted access without the student s written consent. Except in unusual situations, RIT will not initiate the release of any information or records to parents and expects students to keep their parents informed to whatever degree the individual students and parents deem appropriate. Refer to the complete RIT Educational Records Policy D15 at: sectiond/d15.html. All parental rights to access education records, without consent, transfer to the student at age 18. Therefore, parents will only be given rights to access educational records if a) the student has given written consent, b) in compliance with a subpoena, c) by submission of evidence that the parents declare the student as a dependent (as defined by the Internal Revenue Service). Students may obtain the form FERPA Consent to Release Student Information at to allow parents the right to access educational records. Prior consent is not required for disclosure of educational records to officials of RIT who have been determined to have a legitimate educational interest and who need to review an educational record in order to fulfill their professional responsibility. A school official 12 is a person employed by RIT in an administrative, supervisory, academic, research, or support staff position (including law enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a person or company with whom RIT has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the Board of Trustees; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another University official in performing his or her tasks. Students have the right to file complaints with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures to comply with the Act. Such complaints should be sent to the address below: Family Policy Compliance Office U.S. Dept. of Education 600 Independence Ave., SW Washington, D.C Transcripts A student s official academic record is maintained by the RIT Office of the Registrar and is normally reflected through a transcript. All requests for transcripts must be in writing and should include the student s full name (or name used while at RIT), student identification number, dates of attendance and signature to assure proper identification of the record requested. Transcripts are usually prepared and available within one week after the request is received. Under no circumstances will a partial transcript be issued, nor will a transcript be issued to a student who is indebted to RIT. Transcripts issued directly to a student will be overstamped Transcript issued directly to student. Transcripts received from high schools and universities in support of admission applications/transfer credit evaluation will not be reissued by RIT. Grading system RIT uses a single-letter grading system. All grades are determined and issued by the faculty in accordance with the RIT Institute Policies and Procedures Manual and the particular standards of the attempted courses. Individual instructors have an obligation to carefully describe the standards and grading practices of each course. The accepted RIT letter grades are as follows: A Excellent R Registered B Good S Satisfactory C Satisfactory W Dropped with a W D Minimum Passing grade F Failure X Credit by Exam I Incomplete * AU Audit * I grades are considered temporary and will revert to a grade of F unless changed by the faculty within a prescribed period of time. R and S grades are restricted to specific types of courses. For more specific descriptions and procedures concerning the above, see Section D5.0, Institute Policies and Procedures Manual, available in the Office of Student Affairs or on reserve at Wallace Library, or at edu/~620www/manual/sectiond5.html.

15 HEGIS Codes RIT Part-time Undergraduate Education Studies This is a tentative schedule. Courses subject to change without notice. Undergraduate Programs College 13 Certificate Degree and HEGIS* Diploma AOS AS AAS BFA Applied Arts and Science Applied Science and Technology Y Applied Networking and Systems Administration Computing and Information Sciences 0702 Y Biochemistry Science 0414 Business Administration: Accounting Business 0502 Business Administration Applied Science and Technology 5001 Finance Business 0504 Management Business 0506 Management Information Systems Business 0599 Web Systems Development Business 5103 Y Marketing Business 0509 Applied Science and Technology 5004 Y Chemistry Science Environmental Chemistry Option Science 1905 Communication, Technical: Basic Applied Science and Technology 5008 Y Advanced Applied Science and Technology 5008 Y Communications, Public Relations: Graphic Communication Applied Science and Technology 5008 Professional Writing Applied Science and Technology 5008 Y Computer Graphics Applied Science and Technology 5012 Computer Science Computing and Information Sciences 0701 Criminal Justice Liberal Arts 2105 Economics Liberal Arts 2204 Disaster and Emergency Management Applied Science and Technology 5508 Y Engineering Science Engineering 5609 Engineering Technology: Computer Aided Drafting Applied Science and Technology 5303 Computer Engineering Technology Applied Science and Technology 0925 Electrical Engineering Technology Applied Science and Technology 0925 Electrical Technology Applied Science and Technology 5310 Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Technology Applied Science and Technology Y Fundamentals of Manufacturing Management Applied Science and Technology 5399 Manufacturing Engineering Technology (CIM) Applied Science and Technology 0925 Manufacturing Processes Applied Science and Technology 5312 Mechanical Engineering Technology Applied Science and Technology 0925 Mechanical Technology Applied Science and Technology Robotics and CAM Applied Science and Technology 5312 Telecommunications Engineering Technology Applied Science and Technology 0925 Y Data Communications Applied Science and Technology 5008 Y Voice Communications Applied Science and Technology 5008 Y Network Management Applied Science and Technology 5008 Y Environmental Management Science Applied Science and Technology 5499 Y Environmental Sustainability, Health and Safety Applied Science and Technology 0420 Y Fine and Applied Arts Imaging Arts and Sciences 5012 General Management Applied Science and Technology 5004 Y Health Systems Administration Applied Science and Technology 5299 Y Human Resource Management Applied Science and Technology 5004 Industrial Environmental Management Applied Science and Technology 5499 Y Information Technology Computing and Information Sciences International Logistics and Transportation Applied Science and Technology 5099 Y Introduction to Programming NTID 5103 Management Development Applied Science and Technology Y Organizational Change and Leadership Applied Science and Technology 5004 Y Organizational Development: Human Resource Development Applied Science and Technology 5004 Y Quality, Basic Applied Science and Technology 5004 Y Quality Management Applied Science and Technology 5004 Y Safety Technology Applied Science and Technology Y Small Business Management Applied Science and Technology 5004 Y Structural Design Applied Science and Technology 5399 Y * Higher Education General Information Survey Dual degrees (BS/MS) option also available Students in these programs may receive an AS in general science (HEGIS #5649) upon successful completion of the first two years. BS Online Option

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17 Engineering and Technology Part-time Undergraduate Education Quality Management Certificate Available online Poor manufacturing quality can significantly reduce portions of revenue in rework, scrap, and dissatisfied customers. By the same token, excellent quality management can pay dividends in terms of production cost savings and improved brand reputation. Organizations know that prevention of defects saves more time and money than the discovery of flaws after the fact. Our management-oriented certificate program focuses on quality as a priority. The courses offered can help you develop a total quality management environment to combine the theory and practice of statistical quality control with leadership, teamwork, and problem-solving concepts and skills. All were developed in cooperation with industry. The basic quality certificate teaches the fundamentals and prepares you to introduce quality concepts to your organization. You will also know how to put quality principles to work in your organization. The certificate prepares you to work as a quality trainer, facilitator, team leader, or manager at various levels of an organization. A program GPA of at least 2.0 is required for certification. Courses are available on campus and in the online learning format. Certificate, Quality Management Course # Course Title Cr Introduction to Quality Quality Data Analysis Introduction to Lean Six Sigma 4 or Statistical Quality Tools Management for Quality 4 Certificate Total 24 For academic advising contact: Center for Multidisciplinary Studies Web: Available online 15

18 Engineering and Technology continued Electrical Engineering Technology Mike Eastman, Program Chair The bachelor of science program in electrical engineering technology accepts transfer students into the upper division from appropriate electrical or electronic engineering technology associate degree programs. The long-term objectives for the electrical engineering technology program are: attaining gainful employment in the engineering field pursuing additional formal education/certification attaining increased levels of responsibility and leadership in their chosen field These goals prepare EET graduates to choose careers in a number of different disciplines. Graduates enter not only design but other related disciplines, including manufacturing, research, sales and marketing, applications engineering, and education. To attain these objectives, specific program outcomes are specified for graduates. These can be found by visiting the department website at The upper division is a viable option for students who have completed their associate degree and wish to continue their education in engineering technology. Liberal arts, mathematics, general education, and technical elective requirements depend upon student transfer credit review and are specified at matriculation on a program worksheet. The upper-division portion of this program expands on basic courses with upper-level courses in applied differential equations, the liberal arts, advanced circuits, control systems, analog and digital electronics, and mechanical and manufacturing engineering technology. Professional electives are available in power, communications systems, and embedded system design. Several electives can be selected from other technical disciplines. Talk to your adviser to determine the best choices. A wide array of computer and specialized laboratories also are available. For academic advising contact: Academic Department Office Web: Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering Technology, Typical Course Sequence Year Course # Course Title Cr ExCiTe Introduction to ECT ET Circuit Theory I , 262 Calculus with Foundations I, II , 052 First-Year Enrichment I, II 2 Liberal Arts* Technical Programming I Microcomputers Digital Fundamentals Calculus B 4 Wellness Education Circuit Theory II , 361 Electronics I, II 8 Liberal Arts* Machines and Transformers , 212, 213 College Physics I, II, III Calculus C Data Analysis 4 Wellness Education + 0 (or completion of an appropriate associate degree or equivalent) Digital Systems Design I , 363 Electronics III, IV Differential Equations for Engineering Technology Public Speaking Career Orientation Technical Writing Electronic Design Automation Concepts in Systems and Signals 4 Cooperative Education (2 quarters) 4 Free Elective 4 Liberal Arts* Digital Signal Processing Advanced Circuit Theory 4 Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering Technology Elective Advanced Electronics Transmission Lines 4 Cooperative Education (2 quarters) Control Systems I Ethics, Economics and Planning for Engineers 4 Professional Electives 8 Free Elective 8 Liberal Arts* 4 General Education Elective 2 Cooperative Education (1 quarter) Total Quarter Credit Hours 194 *Please see Liberal Arts General Education Requirements for more information. +Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information. The program shown is that which would be taken by those who start RIT as freshmen. Each transfer student will be given a program tailored to his or her particular needs upon acceptance. Graduates will have to meet minimum of 36 quarter credit hours of mathematics and science (including credits transferred) and include Mathematics ( ) or equivalent. 16

19 Engineering and Technology continued Computer Engineering Technology Mike Eastman, Program Chair The computer engineering technology program is designed to meet the ever-increasing need for graduates with an in-depth knowledge of hardware and software design and development. The curriculum bridges the gap between the two by providing a solid foundation for each and integrating them with intensive classroom and laboratory experiences. From a software perspective, students are provided with a strong background in leading-edge development using programming languages that are fully entrenched in industry. Students learn industry-standard approaches to application software development, as well as state-of-the-art problem-solving techniques. They learn techniques for developing both applications code and firmware, and they understand and appreciate the difference. Embedded C and assembly language programming are performed in numerous courses. The hardware focus of the curriculum is on digital systems design and development. From low-level gate design to high-end microprocessors and current bus standards, students gain an architectural appreciation of computer systems. The curriculum includes in-depth design and analysis of combinational logic; sequential logic; and state machines, micro-controller systems, microprocessor systems, and state-of-the-art computer technology. Students perform schematic entry and programmable logic development in VHDL using industry-standard computer-aided engineering tools. This emphasis on software and hardware design, along with the program s solid foundation of math, science, and general education, enable RIT to produce graduates who are prepared to (1) pursue successful careers in their chosen professional field, (2) embark on careers of personal and professional growth and (3) pursue lifelong learning to enhance their undergraduate degree and advance their careers. Specific program outcomes are available on the department website at Electives Because of the need in the computer industry for graduates with diversified areas of expertise, the computer engineering technology program has a required three-course professional concentration sequence that can be taken in the areas of computer science, systems administration, IT wireless networks, telecommunications, or communications systems. The professional concentrationallows students to customize their education yet ensures depthof knowledge in a subject matter beyond the core curriculum. In addition to the professional concentration electives, the computer engineering technology curriculum has three free electives, which can be used to pursue minors, to provide additional technical expertise for greater career specialization, or simply to take courses for personal satisfaction and growth. Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering Technology, Typical Course Sequence Year Course # Course Title Cr , 052 First-Year Enrichment , 232 Technical Programming I, II Digital Fundamentals ExCiTe Introduction to ECT ET , 215 Circuit Theory I, II , 262 Calculus with Foundations I, II Calculus B Microcomputers 4 Liberal Arts* 12 Wellness Education Data Analysis , 233 Technical Programming II, III , 361 Electronics I, II , 212, 213 College Physics I, II, III 12 Liberal Arts* Digital Systems Design I Electronics III Electronic Design Automation Career Orientation Networking Technologies Principles of Optics Differential Equations for Engineering Technology Effective Technical Communication Calculus C 4 Cooperative Education (2 quarters) , 562 Embedded Systems Design I, II Concepts in Systems and Signals 4 Professional Concentration Elective Advanced Electronics 4 Liberal Arts* 8 Free Elective 4 Cooperative Education (2 quarters) Embedded Systems Design III 4 Professional Concentration Electives 8 Liberal Arts* Ethics, Economics and Planning for Engineers 4 Free Electives 8 Cooperative Education (1 quarter) Total Quarter Credit Hours 192 *Please see Liberal Arts General Education Requirements for more information. +Please see Wellness Education Requirement for more information. Systems Administration Concentration, Computer Engineering Technology Course # Course Title or OS Scripting (402) or Scripting in PERL (302) Systems Administration I Network Services IT Wireless Networks Concentration, Computer Engineering Technology Course # Course Title Network Fundamentals Applications of Wireless Nets Concept Wireless Data Networks Communications Systems Concentration, Computer Engineering Technology Course # Course Title Electronics IV Communications Systems I Digital Signal Processing 17

20 Engineering and Technology continued Computer Engineering Technology continued Wide Area Networking Concentration, Computer Engineering Technology Course # Course Title Telecommunications Fundamentals or 466 Voice Communications or Signaling, Trans and Switching Switching Technologies For academic advising contact: Academic Department Office Web: Mechanical Technology This AAS offering is ideal for preparing technicians for employment in the mechanical design and manufacturing fields. Available for part-time evening study, the program also prepares graduates to pursue a baccalaureate degree in engineering technology. This program begins with courses in mathematics, physics, CAD, solid modeling, and manufacturing processes. Later technical topics include mechanics, hydraulics, materials, and machine design. Courses in composition, communication, social science, and the humanities round out the program. Associate of Applied Science, Mechanical Technology Suggested Sequence Year Quarter Course Course Title Cr. # 1 Fall Calculus for Engineering Technology I 4 Winter Introduction to Materials Technology Materials Testing 1 Spring Solid Modeling and Design Data Analysis 4 2 Fall Design, Dimensioning and Tolerancing College Physics I 4 Winter College Physics II Manufacturing Processes I 4 Spring College Physics III Manufacturing Processes II 4 3 Fall Electrical Principles for Design I 4 Ethics Elective 4 Winter Introduction to Statics 4 Spring Strength of Materials 4 4 Fall Principles for Mechanical Design I Computational Methods for ET 1 Winter Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems Data Analysis II 4 Spring Technical Elective 8 AAS Total 95 All electives must be approved by the student's adviser. For academic advising contact: Academic Department Office Web: 18

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