The Professional Master’s Program in Mechanical Engineering is designed for professional who are ambitious on their technical fields, who want to take on new challenges and develop their leadership abilities. The program is also suited for students who have just completed a 4-year bachelor’s program in engineering. The M.M.E. program is designed to prepare students with an advanced understanding of both the theories and applications of mechanical engineering subfields including thermal, fluid, mechanics, biomedical, design, dynamics and controls, and high performance computing.
The General Announcements (GA) is the official Rice curriculum: MME GA. In the event that there is a discrepancy between the GA and any other websites or publications, the GA shall prevail as the authoritative source.
Dual M.B.A./M.M.E. Program (M.B.A./M.M.E.)
The dual program is offered in collaboration with the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business (JGS) and is designed to meet the growing demand for managers with the technical expertise. The M.B.A./M.M.E. program trains students to apply management strategies that meet the needs of high-technology companies.
Students interested in the M.B.A/M.M.E. degree must apply for dual admissions through the JGS (for the M.B.A. program) and the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (for the M.M.E. program). Admission is reviewed independently and students must be granted admission to both programs.
For additional information about courses and the programs visit http://www.memsweb.rice.edu.