So I've been contemplating possibly going to RIT for photography. I live here in Rochester, so it's not far at all. The only thing is that I spent 3.5 years with Computer Science. I was thinking about trying to dual Major, since I don't have much more with CS. I'm just curious as to what kinds of courses I'd be looking at in a photography major. Someone mentioned a combined physics and optics class that is needed, and other things like that. I've never been the best at science (Computer Science is different). Anyone that went to RIT, could you tell me what kinds of classes you had to take? Also, what kinds of scholarships should I apply for? I'm a poor mofo Someone I work with was telling me about how at RIT, you have access to every camera and lens you could think of for free (of course at timed intervals). But she said she's waiting until they are able to get some D3x's in to play around with one. Any information would be a lot of help. Thanks!