Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is the largest technological university in New York. Founded in 1829, this private school has a total enrollment of just over 16,000 students. The school has campuses in the US, Croatia, Dubai, and Kosovo. The US campus has 9 colleges and 90 majors to choose from. The 1300 acre school has 2700 international undergrads with most of them taking courses in Computer science or business. The college boasts strong programs in CS, business and film studies. The film studies major has a bachelor in fine arts (BFA) degree option and a funding from George Eastman-Kodak. The institute is very career oriented with strong co-op programs. Rochester provides a good setting for the school as a college town filled with apartments, restaurants, and things to do outside of campus. RIT is a great school for film making and CS. And with opportunities to study in other RIT campuses, it can be a great investment.
Here is an admissions profile about the Institute.