4+1 MBA Program

Is it really possible to earn both a B.S and a M.B.A in 5 years? Students in Media Arts and Technology should consider an exciting opportunity to earn 2 degrees in 5 years. The 4+1 program offered with the Media Arts and Technology degree will allow students to earn a B.S degree and a M.B.A in five … Continue Reading

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Minors and Immersions

The Media Arts and Technology (MAAT) program at RIT creates diversity in the job field by creating college graduates who are fluent in multiple facets of publishing. Plus, with an average class size of 15 students for MAAT required courses, diverse interests and talents are displayed through student portfolio work and feedback from professors and … Continue Reading

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MS Print Media (Graduate)

The Master of Science in Print Media program offers students an opportunity to explore new areas of research in the graphic communications industry. The School of Media Sciences faculty and curriculum focus on establishing quality and efficiencies in the business, technology, and processes in graphic communications. Our Recent Graduate Research Investigation of Digital Printing Variation in … Continue Reading

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Media Arts & Technology (Undergraduate)

The Bachelor of Science in Media Arts & Technology degree is a solutions-focused program where students learn how to produce, distribute and manage content to reach audiences of all sizes through Web, print, and mobile platforms. The program core provides a balance of the creative, business and technical aspects of graphic communications through immersive study … Continue Reading

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3D Printing Workflow

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The 3D Printing Workflow course is a professional elective course for Media Arts students and other RIT students to learn modeling programs including SolidWorks and Rhino as well as to produce the design through 3D printing. This course is a workflow approach to the precise modeling objects that 3D printing requires. It will run this … Continue Reading

Thought at Work 2016

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This past October, RIT design students of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences (CIAS) hosted the annual Thought at Work Design Conference. Along with RIT students, hundred of people from around the area gathered to network, be inspired and gain experience with guest speakers, RIT professors and other students. I had the pleasure of … Continue Reading