Schools + Programs
A comprehensive academic environment with undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees, Case Western Reserve features top-ranked programs in arts and sciences, dentistry, engineering, law, management, medicine, nursing, social work and nonprofit leadership. ›Apply now.
Eight schools, one college and more than 100 centers strong, Case Western Reserve University offers close to 200 top-ranked programs in a wide range of disciplines. Each school admits its own graduate and professional students, while undergraduates apply to the university as a whole.
Students are encouraged to take courses across the board, an initiative that builds depth into a world-class education and an eternal thirst for knowledge and exploration. It's supported by the university's academic alliances and interdisciplinary emphases, which were established by our strategic plan and include energy innovation and environment; human health; culture, creativity and design; and social justice and ethics.
Schools, college and programs
For more information about specific degree programs, admissions and requirements, please check out one of the following school, college, department or program Web sites:
Internationally renowned for engineering education and research, the Case School of Engineering develops a new breed of engineering leaders prepared to solve society's most pressing issues across the following disciplines and departments:
Home to education and research in arts, humanities, mathematics, social, physical and biological sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences offers leading programs for undergraduate and graduate students in the following disciplines and departments:
From clinical specialists to nurse practitioners, teachers and researchers, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing graduates pursue a variety of professional roles in the ever-expanding healthcare industry with the following degree programs:
The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations champions the nonprofit sector by preparing managers and future leaders with graduate education, professional development, research opportunities and the following programs:
Consistently ranked as one of the top social work schools in America, the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences offers an innovative combination of field work and prestigious university education, guided by leaders in the field with the following programs:
The School of Dental Medicine offers programs in oral health education, patient care, research and scholarship while providing top dental care services to our community and constituents with the following programs:
The School of Graduate Studies offers graduate programs in more than 80 disciplines, from the humanities and social sciences to biological and physical sciences to engineering and a number of professional fields.
More than 80 disciplines lead to the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts (theater and dance), Master of Science, Master of Public Health, Master of Engineering and Management, Master of Engineering, Doctor of Musical Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy. Information about these programs is available on the schools' and departments' Web sites. For a full listing, visit the school's Degree Programs Offered page.
A leader in legal education, the School of Law distinguishes itself with a curriculum that combines theory and practice over more than 200 courses, preparing students for leadership in legal practice with the following programs:
Long dedicated to enhancing human health as a medical education and research innovator, the School of Medicine prepares physicians to care for patients with competence and compassion through its unique WR2 curriculum and the following programs:
Dual degree programs
Through its interdisciplinary approach to management education, the Weatherhead School of Management creates 21st-century managers who add immediate value to their organizations with the following programs:
That's not all
Not only do many Case Western Reserve schools, departments and programs offer continuing education opportunities, students can extend their education into the warmer months with summer programs. Additionally, students can learn about academic advising, study abroad and other programs by visiting Undergraduate Studies.
Collaboration and alliances
To learn more about Case Western Reserve's academic alliances and interdisciplinary partnerships, visit the Centers and Institutes listing.
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