Computer Interface Design Master's Degree
Jump start your new career into the world's high-paying, innovative technology industries with a Computer Interface Design Master's Degree from RIT. At RIT you'll find Master's Degrees in some of today's most sought after, recession-proof math and science-related disciplines. So don't think twice: find out more about the programs at RIT by getting in touch today!
The School of Design offers three professional MFA degree programs: graphic design, industrial design, and computer graphics design. These unique programs allow for advanced study that integrates creativity, philosophy, history, theory, applied concepts, and technology. Students who seek to advance their skills or change careers find our programs to be challenging and professionally based.
The school sponsors guest lecturers, interdisciplinary projects, and special events to encourage personal and professional growth.
The school also offers four cross-disciplinary courses. All graduate students in the School of Design's MFA programs take the following courses: Design Theory and Methods Seminar (2010-711), Design History Seminar (2010-713), Design Issues Seminar (2010-726), and Design Research (2014-713).
These cross-disciplinary courses foster a sense of community among students and faculty, and encourage dialogue and interaction related to philosophy, process, practice, history, goals, and responsibilities across the design disciplines.
The MFA programs in graphic design and industrial design require a fall entry. Computer graphics design prefers a fall entry but can be flexible, depending upon the student's qualifications/experience. The application deadline is February 15. Applications reviewed and accepted after the deadlines are based upon available space. Applicants may be placed on a waiting list.
Put the world at your fingertips
A world of opportunity opens up when you decide to study at RIT. With our flexible Computer Interface Design Master's Programs, you'll gain access to unparalleled opportunities for research and career placement — as well as worldwide corporate and government partnerships and the full support of experienced faculty members with industry knowledge in their respective fields.
The value of a Master's Degree in Computer Interface Design at RIT can fast-forward your career prospects and your earning potential. In 2014, RIT had a 95% career placement rate for graduate students! That's not all you'll receive with an education with us, because you'll also be networked with more than 100,000 well-connected alumni who recognize the importance of an RIT qualification.
Ambitious students from every state and more than 100 countries around the world have found a home in RIT's energetic learning community. Develop personal and professional interests with our academic offerings and prepare for long-term career success in a global community. We can provide you with options that will allow you to study computer interface design in a way that works best for you. Ask about our quarter program, which allows you to take classes four times a year and earn your degree faster.