|Kate Gleason College of Engineering|
|Associate Dean||Matthew Marshall (Interim)|
|Assistant Dean, Administration||Sharon Stevens|
|Buildings||James E. Gleason Hall|
The Kate Gleason College of Engineering (abbreviation: KGCOE) is the RIT college focusing on engineering classes, excluding Software Engineering. Its core mission is undergraduate education with a faculty that is passionate about engineering and focused on student success.
The college was originally named the College of Applied Science. It was renamed as the College of Engineering in 1971. In 1998, the college was named after Kate Gleason as the Kate Gleason College of Engineering.
The college recently added the nation’s first Ph.D. program in microsystems engineering.
|1965-1971||Edward T. Kirkpatrick||Dean of Engineering|
|1971-1972*||Edward T. Kirkpatrick||Dean|
|1972-1989||Richard A. Kenyon||Dean|
|1989-1990||Charles Haines||Acting Dean|
|* In 1971, the College of Applied Science was renamed College of Engineering.|
|** In 1998, the College of Engineering was renamed Kate Gleason College of Engineering.|
The Kate Gleason College of Engineering offers the following undergraduate degrees:
The college also offers the following graduate degrees:
|2002||6th Place - Engineering college that offer master's degrees||U.S. News & World Report "America's Best Colleges"|