Rice CMOR graduate programs offer small classes, close interaction with faculty, and immediate research opportunities.
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in computational and applied mathematics prepares students for research and careers in industry, government research laboratories and academia. Doctoral students can earn a master's degree as a step toward their PhD.
The Professional Master's of Computational and Applied Mathematics (MCAAM) is an advanced, professional non-thesis degree program designed for students interested in a technical career in industry or business.
The Master in Computational Science and Engineering (MCSE), is a non-thesis degree program offered jointly by the departments of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Statistics in the School of Engineering. The program is designed to provide training and expertise in modern and computational techniques with real-world applications in a wide range of industries.