“to provide outstanding career-oriented education in computer engineering.”
The Computer Engineering program mission is consistent with RIT’s Mission "to provide a broad range of career-oriented educational programs with the goal of producing innovative, creative graduates who are well-prepared for their chosen careers in a global society." In addition, the CE program mission is consistent with the Kate Gleason College of Engineering (KGCOE) goals "to prepare graduates to join the work force as sought-after engineering professionals and to provide them with the educational foundation to assist in entering select graduate programs."
During the first few years (2-3 years) following graduation from the CE program:
By the time of graduation from the program, RIT Computer Engineering graduates must be able to demonstrate:
(a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
The following constituents are actively included in the CE process.
Information is communicated to the CE constituents through:
Constituent input is used for Objectives Evaluation (6-12 month cycle) and Outcomes Assessment (2-3 year cycle). Assessment results are reviewed and are used for improving CE program elements, such as course content, curriculum, facilities, faculty and staff hiring, instruction, advising, activities, resources, etc.
Feedback and comment from parents, alumni and other constituents is welcome through the feedback page of our web site.