Supply Chain Management that Handles the Logistics

Why Supply Chain Management at RIT?

Saunders College of Business has developed an applied and interdisciplinary supply chain management (SCM) program. In SCM, students take select elective courses from Saunders or Kate Gleason College of Engineering to focus their studies on a specific area of expertise.

Saunders Student Awarded $1,000 Scholarship

FEI Scholarship Given to Benjamin Frenett

On Tuesday Benjamin Frenett, a 3rd year Accounting and Finance dual major in Saunders College of Business at RIT, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Rochester Chapter of Financial Executives International (FEI).

Marketing That’s Ahead of the Curve

Not all math is complex

Saunders College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology knows that the equation for greatness is the product of business and technology integrated into marketing. That’s why Saunders takes advantage of the resources of a leading tech school with unprecedented drive to create and think strategically.

International Business Opens Doors

Business Across Borders

Saunders College of Business knows better than most- we now live in a global world. This is a reality that businesses across the globe can no longer deny. As an international business student at Rochester Institute of Technology, our four global campuses and study abroad programs allow you to gain the skills needed to facilitate international business relationships around the world.  

Saunders College Offers New DECA Scholarship

Saunders College of Business is now giving a $1,000 scholarship to an incoming freshman who participated in DECA, a not-for-profit student organization, in high school. To be eligible for consideration, students must be accepted into the Saunders College of Business at RIT.

Saunders Announces 2018 Graduation Student Delegates

Saunders College of Business has announced their 2017-2018 graduation student delegates. These delegates, recognized for their outstanding performance within the college, will represent Saunders College at the commencement ceremonies May 11-12.

The graduation delegates are Rosalie Phan and Tara Shedlosky, Ph.D.

Developers of emergency mass notification clock win RIT's first STEAM contest

A team of three computer engineering majors has developed a prototype for an emergency mass notification clock, which won the top prize and $5,000 in Rochester Institute of Technology's first STEAM competition.

The contest, sponsored by RIT's Center for Public Safety Initiatives, encouraged teams of students to develop ways public safety problems can be helped with the use of solutions involving science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.