Welcome to Engineering at Rice where students go on to do great things like start¬†their own companies, lead major energy firms, become venture capitalists and leaders in engineering education. They work for NGOs in conflict areas and in labs that study major diseases. They are intellectual property lawyers, musicians, and makers of musical instruments. And what do they have in common? They all use approaches to problem solving, knowledge of engineering fundamentals and the desire to make the world a better place, in whatever field they practice.
Engineering at Rice is challenging, exciting, and it can be life changing.
All undergraduate admission at Rice is administered through the¬†Office of Admission. Students interested in learning more about the School of Engineering are invited to attend an information session. They are held every Monday at 2 p.m. except during University holidays. To attend a session, click¬†here¬†and sign up under Academic Information Sessions.
All financial aid packages and scholarships are administered by¬†Student Financial Services. Although the School of Engineering has a number of scholarships, they are fully administered by Student Financial Services, so all inquiries should be directed there.
Degrees and Minors Offered
The nine departments of the School of Engineering offer programs toward the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees and several engineering-related minors.
Engineers want to make things and Rice engineers have all the resources of the Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen, plus real-world challenges in the fields of medicine, manufacturing, energy, information technology and more.
More than 60 percent of Rice undergraduate engineers have a meaningful research experience before graduation.
The Rice Center for Engineering Leadership helps students become inspiring leaders, exceptional team members, effective communicators and bold entrepreneurs.
Internships are essential for finding the right field, the right job after graduation.¬†
Rice undergraduates own all the intellectual property they create while students here.