Master of Science Imaging Science - Fall 2013 and Beyond
The master of science curriculum emphasizes a systems approach to the study of imaging science, and with your background in science or engineering, this degree prepares you for positions in research, product development, and management in the imaging industry. The curriculum was developed in collaboration with industrial partners to emphasize skills needed by their scientists, engineers, and managers. You may concentrate on one of several "system tracks," or customize your own track. You may choose to complete either a research thesis or a project and a paper in the non-thesis option. You may also perform your thesis research at your place of employment. The program can be completed on a full or part-time basis. Click here to learn more about the curriculum and requirements of the on-campus MS program.
Interested in pursuing your Master's degree online? Contact Dr. Roger Dube, Graduate Director of the Online Master's program, by email or at (585) 475-5836. To learn more about completing your Master's degree online using distance learning, click here.
Connections to the Colleges of Science, Engineering, and Computing - . The Chester F. Carlson Center has connections with faculty in many academic programs across RIT and beyond. You will study in an active research environment with students and scientists from many major industrial countries.
Questions? More information can be found on the RIT Graduate Enrollment Services site. That department has several methods (online, chat, mail) for answering your general questions on registration and enrollment.
For specific questions about course content and research, please contact Dr. Roger Dube, Online Master's Graduate Coordinator, (585) 475-5836, or Dr. John Kerekes, Graduate Program Coordinator, (585) 475-6996.
Detailed information concerning Imaging Science Graduate Program policies and procedures is available in the Imaging Science Graduate Handbook.
Last Modified: 2:38pm 17 Sep 13