Recent analysisÂ has shown that the return on investment for employers who have educationÂ reimbursement programs is significant. Companies reported a higher percentage of promotions and internal transfers, and a decline in turnover - keeping talent right where it should be.
An M.E.E. from Rice University will allow your team members to develop leadership and management skills while advancing their technical knowledge of electrical engineering in as little as three or four semesters. Arm your employees with the tools needed to help them succeed!
"Challenging as it was, attaining an M.E.E. degree part-time while designing, developing and testing electronics full-time has been one of the most enriching learning experiences of my life. As a habitual front-seater in the class, I would engage in lengthy discussions with my professors on the topic of the day, not because I knew this would be part of the upcoming exam but because of my genuine curiosity of how I would use this knowledge to better the products I am building. I remember this once being fully engaged in listening to the professor talk about the architecture of the new device family of ARM-FPGA, the Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC, while wondering how I can incorporate it in my next embedded circuit design to cater to the product requirements. My learning goal had now changed from focusing on topics that would be part of the exam for â€śan A grade,â€ť to focusing on applying the knowledge to real-life applications." (Read more).
-Saadiah M.E.E. '17, Schlumberger