Tuition for a Professional Master's in Engineering, along with the required fees, can be found hereÂ and is also reproduced below (updated July 1, 2017).
Because the Professional Masterâ€™s Degree is a non-thesis (non-research) degree, Rice University does not offer tuition waivers, stipends, fellowships or assistantships for this program (similar to MBA programs). Corporate scholarships are sometimes available and all accepted students are eligible to apply.
However, other sources of financial assistance exist. More information here.
Additionally, all degree-seeking students are required to maintain health insurance. Students who do not complete an Insurance Enrollment or Waiver form will have their account put on hold. If you already have health insurance and want to waive the Rice Plan, complete the Insurance Waiver form indicating that other coverage is in place. More informationÂ here, or visit studenthealthinsurance.rice.edu.