Semester Documents

Main Points

Semester Program Documents — Full Proposals Approved by NYSED plus Revisions to Program Masks (Tables 1a/1b)

ProgramNYSEDTable 1 Revisions
3D Graphics Technology AAS As of  12-21-15 v13 Revised as of 5-30-17
Accounting Technology AAS As of 4-1-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Administrative Support Technology AAS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Applied Computer Technology AS As of 6-16-17 Revised as of 5-30-17
Applied Computer Technology AAS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Applied Computer Technology AOS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Applied Liberal Arts AS As of 11-9-12 Revised as of 5-30-17
Applied Mechanical Technology AAS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
ASL and English Interpretation AAS As of 10-12-11 Revised as of 5-7-15
ASL and English Interpretation BS As of 4-16-12 Revised as of 8-9-15
Business AS As of 10-11-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Business Technology AOS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Civil Technology AAS As of 6-17-14 Revised as of 5-30-17
Computer Aided Drafting Technology AAS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 11-17-17
Computer Aided Drafting Technology AOS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 11-17-17
Computer Integrated Machining Technology AOS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Design and Imaging Technology AAS (formerly named Arts and Imaging Studies) As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Design and Imaging Technology AOS (formerly named Arts and Imaging Studies) As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Hospitality and Service Management AS As of 4-17-12 Revised as of 5-30-17
Laboratory Science Technology AAS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Laboratory Science Technology AOS As of 9-30-11 Revised as of 5-30-17
Mobile Application Development AAS As of 1-27-16 Revised as of 10-16-17
Deaf Cultural Studies and ASL Certificate As of 3-30-11 Revised as of 10-16-17
Performing Arts Certificate As of 9-30-11  Table 1a
Health Care Interpretation MS As of 1-27-16 Effective 2158
Secondary Education of Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing MS As of 4-13-12 Revised as of 4-22-14

Each of the listed programs listed above was converted from quarters to semesters during Academic Year 2010-2011. Proposals were approved by the department, the NTID Curriculum Committee, the RIT Intercollegiate Curriculum Committee and the RIT Academic Senate and then sent to the New York State Education Department (NYSED). In the Fall of Academic Year 2011-2012 all course outlines and the associated program proposals were reviewed to assure accuracy and consistency of course names and numbers within and across documents. Necessary changes were made to Tables 1 & 2 by the Registrar’s office and are reflected in the attached NYSED/Program Proposal Forms. Each PDF includes:

  • Information from the NYSED form for requesting a change to a program
  • An overview of Program Revisions and Improvements
  • Alignment with the RIT Academic Program Profile
  • Proposed changes to the Program Goals, Objectives, Focus and/or Design
  • Table 1: Program Course Mask and Schedule
  • Table 2: Course Conversion Table
  • Table 3: Use of Program Level Outcomes Data
  • Program Level Outcomes Assessment Plan

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Semester Course Outlines

Faculty/Staff can access all Semester Course outlines by logging into myCourses, into the Non RIT Account Login with username and password: conversion_guest. DO NOT USE a DCE login.

  • Select NTID Calendar Conversion
  • Select Content
  • Select Course Outlines-MS Word Docs-2015-16

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Semester Program Revisions

First Year Seminar Revision to LAS Elective

Posted 1/4/16

In May 2015 RIT replaced LAS Foundation 1-First Year Seminar with First Year LAS Elective in all BS, AS and AAS programs.

AS programs revised: Applied Computer Technology, Business, Hospitality and Service Management and Applied Liberal Arts.
AAS programs revised: Accounting Technology, Administrative Support Technology, Applied Computer Technology, Applied Mechanical Technology, Digital Imaging Technology, Computer Aided Drafting Technology, and Laboratory Science Technology.

Freshman Seminar Addition to AAS/AS Programs

Posted 7/3/13

NCC approved the addition of the 1 credit Freshman Seminar (NCAR-100) to NTID AAS and AS programs. Note: RIT added a non-credit first-year experiences course (YearOne ACSC-010) to all baccalaureate programs.

AS programs revised: Applied Computer Technology, Business, Hospitality and Service Management and Applied Liberal Arts.
AAS programs revised: Accounting Technology, Administrative Support Technology, Applied Computer Technology, Applied Mechanical Technology, Digital Imaging Technology (formerly called Arts & Imaging Studies), Computer Aided Drafting Technology, and Laboratory Science Technology.

Reduction of General Education Credits in AOS Programs

Posted 7/3/13

NCC approved the reduction of the AOS General Education requirement from 24 to 15 credits (five 3-credit courses).

AOS programs revised: Applied Computer Technology, Visual Communications Studies, Business Technology, Computer Aided Drafting Technology, Computer Integrated Machining Technology, and Laboratory Science Technology.

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