The Professional Master of Computational and Applied Mathematics (MCAM) is a non-thesis master’s program designed for students interested in a technical career path in industry or business.
The Professional Master in Computational Science and Engineering (MCSE) is a non-thesis degree program offered jointly by the Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics in the School of Engineering.
The Professional Master of Computer Science (MCS) degree is a terminal degree for students intending to pursue a technical career in the computer industry.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice offers a Professional Master of Electrical Engineering (MEE) program with a focus in Data Science.
The Department of Statistics offers a Professional Master of Statistics (MStat) program. This program includes a solid foundation in statistical computing, statistical modeling, experimental design, and mathematical statistics, plus electives in statistical methods and/or theory.
The Subsurface-Geoscience Professional Science Master’s program at Rice offers a program focus area in Energy Data Management.
Other graduate students interested in conducting research in collaborative areas related to data science should review the list of faculty listed under the research tab. Faculty are listed by specific areas of data science methods development and data science applications.