For 2009 offer, all applicants addmitted to the MS programs will be granted up to a 70% scholarship. There is no need to apply to the SEECyT. Application deadline: August 17, 2009.
Students applying for admission to the graduate programs must meet the following:
- Bachelor’s degree
Students must hold, or currently be completing, a 4-year bachelor’s degree, or the U.S. equivalent granted by an accredited college or university. Original transcripts must be submitted to PUCMM for evaluation with certified English translation of transcripts required.
- Academic performance
Students must satisfy standard RIT requirements for academic performance, approximately a 2.8 on a 4.0 scale in undergraduate studies.
- Undergraduate pre-requisites
Students must meet all appropriate undergraduate pre-requisites:
- For the Networking and Systems Administration MS program , applicants should have a solid educational or employment record in networking, security and systems administration.
- Candidates for the Manufacturing Leadership MS program must possess prerequisite knowledge and skills at the introductory course level in the following areas: probability and statistics, engineering economy or basic finance, basic properties of materials, and manufacturing processes. Applicants should have three years of professional work experience.
- Applicants to the Service Leaderhip and Innovation MS program should have at least 3 years of experience upon admission evaluation.
Applicants must submit a professional resume to demonstrate professional work experience in the desired area of study.
Deposit the following supporting documents in the Admissions Office at PUCMM. All documents should be submitted directly to PUCMM, not to RIT:
- Complete RIT Admissions Form
- Complete PUCMM Admission Form
- Official Academic Documents
Students must submit the following academic documents to be considered for admission to the MS degree programs:
- One (1) set of Official Transcripts of all previous post-secondary education are required. Academic documents must be either original or copies certified by the issuing academic institution. Academic documents must be marked with a seal, stamp or ink signature of an academic official of the institution. Photocopies, faxes, notarized copies or notarized certificates will not be accepted. All the documents should be legalized by the SEESCyT *
- One (1) set of Official Graduate Certificates of all previous post-secondary education legalized by the SEESCyT **
- Official Birth Certificate**
- Photocopy of Electoral and Identity Card (cédula)
- One (1) Letter of Recommendation
- Health Certificate
- Two (2) 2x2 photographs
- Personal Statement and Resume (curriculum vitae) Students must submit a personal statement and resume as outlined in RIT's application for admission
- Non refundable Application Fee
- English Language Proficiency
All applicants to the MS degree program are required to meet the English language requirement for graduate study at RIT by completing ONLY ONE of the following:
- Submit an official score from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score of at least 550 paper based, or 213 computer based. For information on the TOEFL, write to: TOEFL, Educational Testing Service, Box 899, Princeton, NJ, 08540-0899, or online at www.ets.org .
- Or complete ACCUPLACER English language exam at PUCMM and follow PUCMM/RIT recommendation regarding additional English language prior to beginning graduate courses. For information on the ACCUPLACER in Santiago click here or contact the Vice-rectory of Graduate Studies, 809-580-1962 ext 230/540, firstname.lastname@example.org. In Santo Domingo contact the Vice-rectory of Graduate Studies, 809-535-0111 exts 2303/2338, email@example.com.
- Students whose native language is English, or who have studied at the college or university level in the US are not required to take the TOEFL or English language exam.
- An interview with the program coordinator
* Only one (1) official transcrit for PUCMM alumni.
**These requisites do not apply to PUCMM alumni.
If the applicant graduated from an international university, the official transcripts and academic records must be legalized by the Dominican consul in the host country of that institution. All submitted documents must be accompanied by a judicial translation to the Spanish language.
Applications for admission and all supporting documents must be submitted by August 17, 2009