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An All-in-One Curriculum for Future Engineering Leaders
Product management for Industry 4.0. Project management with PMPⓇ contact hours. Ethical-technical leadership. Emerging technologies and their engineering applications. And much more.
The Master of Engineering Management and Leadership program's non-thesis curriculum requires completing a minimum of 30 credits of approved courses at the 500- level or above. These requirements consist of six courses (18 credits) for the Engineering Manager Leadership Breadth, three (3) Specialization courses (9 credits), and a Masters of Engineering Management and Leadership Capstone Project (3 credits).
MEML Degree Admission Requirements
The Master of Engineering Management and Leadership program at Rice is a professional, non-thesis master’s degree meant for technical professionals with engineering or related technical backgrounds; recent college graduates from engineering and the computational science fields may also apply.
The MEML program is offered online or on-campus, with full-time and part-time options. Students who have a BA or a BS degree in any field of engineering or related study may apply. Students must apply to either the online or on-campus program and will be explicitly admitted to one program or the other.
Career Outcomes You Care About
In addition to realizing job opportunities and increasing earnings salary potential, a MEML@Rice degree can help students enjoy a stimulating and rewarding career in the
Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0).