Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) boasts one of the largest online learning programs in the U.S., and works with each educational department on its campus to make sure academic standards are being met, and students are receiving the best possible education. In fact, in 2008, RITs Online Learning received the Center of Excellence Award from the New Media Consortium. Rochester Institute of Technology is also regionally accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. More, U.S. News & World Report consistently recognizes RIT as one of the, "Best College Values."
Rochester Institute of Technology offers online degrees, as well as blended courses in which some of the material is taught online and taught in-class. RIT uses myCourses, which is an easy portal for students to access class information, turn in assignments, and reach other students and faculty 24-hours a day. RIT also uses technology like Adobe Connect, Student Response Systems, and "peer2peer" technology that allows students to evaluate fellow students. All faculty is thoroughly trained in pertinent online technology.
There are certain system requirements every student's or laptop must meet, and it's important to have a basic knowledge of computers and information systems. To learn more about the specific requirements and course offerings at Rochester Institute of Technology please visit their website.