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Juniors and seniors in the George R. Brown School of Engineering can create a pathway to a professional master’s degree at Rice. With detail planning, you can finish a 5th year of study at Riceto earn your bachelor's and master's degrees back-to-back. For additional information about this opportunity visit the General Announcements' site.
The fast-paced nature of high-tech industries requires and unparalleled leadership style, one that blends a breadth of technical expertise with a firm foundation in business principles. The coordinated graduate degree of a Master of Business and a Master of Engineering provides graduates with the unique opportunity of leading technology firms through dynamic shifts of innovation.
Rice University’s George R Brown School of Engineering collaborates with Texas Medical Center institutions and other Rice departments to enhance opportunities in industries such as nanotechnology, information technology and biotechnology.
All applicants applying to the MBA/ME coordinated degree program must complete a separate application to the MBA program and their engineering program of choice. Please note that acceptance into one of the programs is not contingent upon the other. You could be admitted to one and not the other.
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The MBA/ME Program is billed at the MBA tuition and fees rate. Learn more about the cost and funding resources for the Full-Time MBA program at Rice.
Coordinated degrees available: