In today's Monday roundup of Houston innovators, I'm introducing you to three innovators across industries — from sports tech to startup mentorship.
#1 Graduate Entrepreneurship Program
It's official, we have gone back to back as the #1 graduate entrepreneurship program in the country! Rice Business has been ranked as the number one graduate entrepreneurship program for the second year in a row by Princeton Review and Entrepreneurship Magazine.
Rice Business Task Force on Racial Equity and Social Justice
The Rice Business Task Force on Racial Equity and Social Justice is charged with researching, evaluating and recommending actions to be taken by Rice Business to promote racial equity and social justice. The first recommendations are in review and will be updated soon.
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Full or part-time, on campus or hybrid online, professional or executive. You can pair the MBA with another advanced degree from Rice — or even a MD from Baylor College of Medicine. Every option offers the full Rice MBA experience and the same top faculty.
Master of Accounting
The Rice MAcc prepares you to excel in your career and to sit for the CPA exam in just 10 months. All majors welcome.
The Rice Business Ph.D. program is designed for candidates aspiring to become faculty members and research scholars.
For undergraduate students who are future leaders and innovators eager to discover the fundamentals of business and change the world.
Our open enrollment and custom programs provide you and your organization the opportunity to take charge of your personal and professional development.
Only in Houston
Welcome to America’s most diverse city. Home to newcomers from around the globe, there’s no better place to live and launch. Think foodie heaven, off the grid culture, wildcatter innovation, sports, arts, culture and 38,394 acres of parks.
Intentionally Small. Verifiably Great.
Graduate Entrepreneurship Program,
Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine, 2020 & 2021
Full-Time MBA Program with The Most Minority Students in Top 25, Poets & Quants, 2020
Best MBA For Finance,
Princeton Review, 2020
You’re really encouraged to take leadership positions and you get a lot of support. I decided to run for president of the women’s organization, something I never thought I’d do. But here it's kind of all hands on deck. All of our voices are heard. They matter.
Full-Time MBA ‘20
The Rice MBA program provides a lot of opportunities for you to develop your career. If you decide to change your life, Rice is the best choice for how and where you want to move.
Professional MBA '20
Rice has a growth mindset culture. This is your safe place if you are looking to grow and feel challenged with such great faculty and students.
Executive MBA ‘20
Discover Your Inner Entrepreneur
Whether you want to launch your own startup or shake up the company where you work, you’ll need to think like an entrepreneur. Rice Business gives every student the core skills and entrepreneurial mindset needed to adapt to a changing business world. See why we are ranked the No. 1 Graduate Entrepreneurship Program.
Rice Business Wisdom
Based on research by Professor Ajay Kalra
Interview with Professor Mikki Hebl by Rice Business Wisdom Contributor Toddré Monier
At the Forefront in Finance
With research in corporate financial policies, investment issues and more, our professors bring cutting-edge scholarship into the classroom. It’s why Princeton Review ranked us the No. 3 Best MBA Program in Finance.
News & Events
Rice Business Professor, Kunal Sachdeva is among three researchers who have won the 2020 Moskowitz Prize awarded by Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management for their work showing how shareholders can positively influence a company’s environmental impact.
We're proud to have the second highest gains in women MBAs over the last five years in the full-time program, according to Poets and Quants and Forté Foundation.