Associate+Bachelor's Degree Programs

Student in Engineering LabWhen you choose an RIT Associate+Bachelor's Degree Program, you start on the road to academic success by earning an associate degree through RIT's National Technical Institute for the Deaf, which prepares you to enroll in a bachelor's degree program in one of the other eight colleges of RIT.

What makes students in these programs so successful in college and their careers?

  • Access to high-caliber RIT academic programs
  • Unparalleled academic support
  • Academic success: Deaf and hard-of-hearing students at RIT graduate at rates above the national averages for students in community colleges and other private four-year colleges.
  • The best value:
    • RIT receives special federal support for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, so you pay less than one-half of RIT's regular tuition.
    • When you select an RIT Associate+Bachelor's Degree Program, you're also eligible for a scholarship for up to five years (find out more about this scholarship).
Associate+Bachelor's Degree Programs
Associate DegreeBachelor's DegreeRIT College/Unit

Business Studies

Accounting Technology (AAS)

Applied Arts and Science

School of Individualized Study

Administrative Support Technology (AAS)

Applied Arts and Science

School of Individualized Study

Business (AS)

Accounting

Finance

International Business

Management

Management Information Systems

Marketing

New Media Marketing

Supply Chain Management

Saunders College of Business

Business Administration (AAS)

Applied Arts and Science

School of Individualized Study

Engineering Studies

Applied Mechanical Technology (AAS)

Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Mechanical Engineering Technology

College of Engineering Technology

Civil Technology (AAS)

Civil Engineering Technology

College of Engineering Technology

Information and Computing Studies

Applied Computer Technology (AS)

Computing and Information Technologies

Web and Mobile Computing*

Human-Centered Computing

B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

Mobile Application Development (AAS)

Web and Mobile Computing

B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

Liberal Arts

Applied Liberal Arts (AS)

Advertising and Public Relations

Communication

Criminal Justice

Digital Humanities & Social Sciences

Economics

Internationl Global Studies

Journalism

Museum Studies

Philosophy

Political Science

Psychology

Public Policy

Sociology and Anthropology

College of Liberal Arts

Science

General Science (AS)

Biomedical Sciences

College of Health Sciences and Technology

Biochemistry

Biology

Chemistry

Environmental Science

College of Science

Laboratory Science Technology (AAS)

Applied Arts and Science

School of Individualized Study

Biochemistry

Biology

Biotechnology and Molecular Bioscience

Chemistry

Environmental Science

College of Science

Visual Communications Studies

3D Graphics Technology (AAS)

3D Digital Design

College of Art and Design

*Effective AY 2018-2019 the Web and Mobile Computing concentration in the Applied Computer Technology AS program will not be offered. Students interested in a bachelor’s degree in Web and Mobile Computing should begin their studies through enrollment in the Mobile Application Development AAS program.