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Double Majors involving Computer Science

Double Majors involving Computer Science

RIT permits students to combine "the requirements of two distinct majors in a single Bachelors degree" (taken from RIT policy D01.2 (Undergraduate Double Major Policy)). Double majors are subject to numerous stipulations, constraints, and considerations and hence not all combinations of majors at RIT are either feasible or practical. Nonetheless, the Department of Computer Science does support double majors and will explore this option with interested students.  Since RIT switched to semesters, some of the more popular programs from which students have completed or are in the process of completing a double major involving Computer Science have included:

  • Economics
  • Game Design and Development
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Software Engineering
  • Information Security and Forensics

For more information on double majors involving Computer Science, consult one of the following two documents:

Declaring an Undergraduate Double Major when Computer Science is used as the Primary Major

Declaring an Undergraduate Double Major when Computer Science is used as the Secondary Major