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Undergraduate Programs

For undergraduate students who are future leaders and innovators eager to discover the fundamentals of business and change the world.
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Undergraduate Business Major

Looking for a robust foundation in leadership and business fundamentals, including finance, economics, accounting, marketing and communications along with additional advanced courses to earn a concentration in finance and management? Then the undergraduate business major is for you. 

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Undergraduate Business Minor

By offering the opportunity to complement your major field of study, the undergraduate business minor helps you develop a critical understanding of business concepts, decision-making frameworks and practical skills in communications, teamwork and organizational effectiveness.

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Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Minor

The Entrepreneurship minor, a joint offering with the George R. Brown School of Engineering, provides Rice students with a pathway to pursue rigorous and interdisciplinary study in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship. The minor is administered by the Liu Idea Lab for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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MBA Deferred Enrollment

Secure your spot at a top-ranked Full-Time MBA program in the most diverse city in the U.S. before you graduate from college. International students and all majors are welcome to apply.

Rice Business Wisdom

Investing | Peer-Reviewed Research
Companies Whose Earnings Are Out Of Sync With The Rest Of Their Industry Are More Likely To Misreport Them

Based on research by Professors Brian Rountree and Shiva Sivaramakrishnan

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Market Game Theory | Peer-Reviewed Research
The Profit Potential Of Shrinking Markets Is Rooted In How Firms Respond To Competitor Actions In The Marketplace

Based on research by Professor Amit Pazgal

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Leadership | Expert Opinion
Why Hiring Women For The Jobs Left By Abusive Men Gets Everyone Back On Track

Based on research by Professor Yan Anthea Zhang