The Master of Industrial Engineering (M.I.E.) is a professional nonthesis degree, requiring 31 credit hours of approved courses at the 500-level or above, including a final project of one credit hour. Students who have a B.A. or B.S. degree in any field of engineering or related study may apply.
Want to learn more about the Master of Industrial Engineering before applying? Join us for an info session webinar, hosted by Andrew Schaefer and Eylem Tekin, director’s of M.I.E. at Rice University.
Industrial engineering improves the efficiency and safety of various systems in manufacturing, services, health care, energy and logistics. It uses mathematical and physical models to make data-driven decisions needed in every major economic sector. The Professional Master’s Program in Industrial Engineering at Rice is for students seeking a deeper understanding of how sophisticated decision models can optimize complex systems in any industry as well as the nonprofit sector.
Students benefit from being located in Houston; the nation’s energy capital, home to the world’s largest medical center and the city providing the greatest number of manufacturing jobs in America.
To learn more about the M.I.E. program, check out the program requirements and read about our faculty:
The application deadline for fall admission is April 1.
After you’ve reviewed the program and application requirements, click here to apply.
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General Announcements (GA) is the official Rice curriculum: MIE GA. In the event that there is a discrepancy beteween the GA and any other websites or publications, the GA shall prevail as the authoritative source.