Full-Time and Professional MBA Class of 2025 applications are now open. GMAT waivers available.


Application Information

Rice MBA Programs:

  • Learn more about the MBA application deadlines and requirements.
  • The Full-Time MBA application is now open for Fall 2023 start.
  • The Professional MBA application is now open for Fall 2023 start.
  • The Executive MBA application is now open for Fall 2023 start. 
  • The Deferred Enrollment MBA applications are currently closed and will reopen in December. 

Ph.D. Program (Accounting, Finance, Strategic Management and *Organizational Behavior):

*The Ph.D Program in Organizational Behavior is currently seeking administrative approval at Rice University. We anticipate that we will recruit students during fall 2022, with matriculation starting in Fall 2023.

Master of Accounting (MAcc):

Undergraduate Business Major and Minors:

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Financing Your MBA

When you're admitted, each program has options to make it more affordable. Rice Business is the 8th most affordable MBA in the top 25, according to Poets & Quants. In addition, an MBA from Rice Business is an investment that will pay dividends throughout your career. 

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