Advanced Certificates

Advanced certificates are four, three credit courses selected from the graduate curriculum. Completing all four courses provides you with an Advanced Certificate delivering an in-depth knowledge or expertise in a particular area. Often certificates are used to enhance past learning or to acquire a new skill. It is not unusual for those who already have an MS degree in another field to enroll in a certificate to acquire new knowledge and earn a stackable credential to add to their personal resume.     

Advanced certificates are open to qualified students who meet the requirements for graduate study (please refer to admission requirements.) Certificates may be completed as a stand-alone credential, or serve as an entry point for Masters degree programs. RIT students may qualify to use individual courses or the certificate as a whole in other RIT graduate programs with the appropriate approvals.

Advanced Certificates

Accounting and Financial Analytics

Technology Entrepreneurship

  • 10/26/2021
    Saunders College of Business recognizes the accomplishments of its outstanding employees.
  • 10/21/2021
    RIT students are already benefitting from a new partnership with Garth Fagan Dance, with RIT Performing Arts Scholarship students taking master classes downtown and students working on a semester-long arts management capstone project to deliver suggestions for the internationally known dance company to potentially implement.
  • 10/19/2021
    Ryan Brooks ’96 (food management) is the third-generation owner of the business that began as a poultry farm, providing fresh eggs and packaged meats to nearby stores. His grandparents dreamed of opening a restaurant, and in 1961, they adapted their catering business into what would become a recognized family-owned business—Brooks’ House of Bar-B-Q.
  • 10/18/2021
    A gift from IDI Billing Solutions, a global provider of cloud-based billing, automation and workflow solutions for Communications Service Providers, will help RIT fund a series of important diversity initiatives. The company recently donated $162,000 to help RIT provide new scholarships, emergency support funds, and programmatic opportunities for RIT and K-12 students.
Saunders students have a 95% Outcome Rate 6-months after graduation

Advanced Certificates