Ithaca College and the Rochester Institute of Technology are pleased to announce a 4+2 program in which a student may obtain a BS in physics at IC in four years, and then a MS in engineering at RIT in the following two years! The collaboration would allow eligible IC students to enter a graduate program at RIT's College of Engineering Technology.
Announcing a 4+2 path to a masters in engineering technology!
A collaboration between Ithaca College and the Rochester Institute of Technology opens new pathways to dynamic careers in industry and research.
Admission to an engineering graduate program at RIT is guaranteed if students meet the following criteria during their time at Ithaca College:
- 3.0 cumulative GPA,
- and be a student in excellent standing (free of disciplinary suspension, expulsion, and free of findings of academic dishonesty).
Learn more about masters programs in engineering technology at RIT.