Rice's Master of Bioengineering is a widely-recognized, professional non-thesis degree that provides students with greater depth in their training. We offer two degree concentrations: Applied Bioengineering and Global Medical Innovation.
Master Your Future
Real world problems
Access a wide variety of business training and hands-on experience that will improve your engineering professional skills.
Broaden your soft skills
Combine the practical aspects of engineering with business, management, communications, leadership and entrepreneurship curriculum.
Partnerships and collaborations with leading companies in a wide variety of engineering related fields and occupations.
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The Applied Bioengineering concentration for the Rice University Master of Bioengineering degree is a flexible curriculum for students pursuing careers in academia, medicine or related fields. This concentration can be further enhanced with a course-based or research-based specialization.
Application Deadline for Spring: October 15,
Application Deadline for Fall: February 1 (Priority Deadline) | April 15 (Final Deadline)
The Global Medical Innovation concentration for the Rice University Master of Bioengineering degree is a one-year, full-time curriculum that combines engineering, business, and clinical training to solve real-world medical needs. The GMI program's hands-on medical design curriculum gives students real-world experience identifying clinical needs in the U.S., Brazil, and Costa Rica through global immersion and experiential learning opportunities.
MBE-GMI Application Deadline for Fall: December 31