As a student in an undergraduate engineering program at Rice, you have many options for having a challenging and rich experience in learning. Although our programs are grounded in the fundamentals of engineering: math, physics and chemistry, the opportunities for practical application of these disciplines are many. Through design, research, service learning, and work, study and research abroad, you can round out your engineering education and prepare yourself for almost any profession you choose.
Below are links to valuable sources of information that will help you make the most of the engineering program you choose.
Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen
Scholarships, Fellowships and Other Opportunities
Student Chapters of Professional Societies
2012 Advising Booklet (includes all samples degree plans for all programs)
Chemical Engineering B.A.
Chemical Engineering B.S.
Civil and Environmental Engineering B.A. Civil Track
Civil and Environmental Engineering B.A. Environmental Track
Civil and Environmental Engineering B.S.
Computational and Applied Math B.A.
Computer Science B.A.
Computer Science B.S.
Electrical Engineering B.A.
Electrical Engineering B.S.
Materials Science B.A.
Materials Science B.S.
Mechanical Engineering B.A.
Mechanical Engineering B.S.