Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management grooms students for high-soaring careers across the spectrum of management disciplines:
- Business management
- International business
- Supply chain management
How We Do Business
Our business students are immersed in real-world business education that puts them on the fast track to management success.
In their first year on campus, all management majors can kick start their education with courses covering:
- Business communication
- Business intelligence
- Financial accounting
- And more
Tackling key concepts early means they’re prepped with the skills and confidence to land their first internship quick—opening more chances to gain more experience before graduation.
By senior year, the Action Learning capstone, a real-life consulting project, pushes students to use their creativity, leadership skills and concrete business knowledge to solve actual organizational challenges. Major clients like FedEx and Cleveland Clinic seek out Weatherhead student teams for analysis and recommendations to improve their organizational processes, grow their business and develop social media marketing strategies.
Where We Do Business
Case Western Reserve's location in the heart of one of the nation's most headquarters-heavy cities gives our business students exclusive access to top corporations and their leaders.
Because CWRU is the leading business school in the region, our students are on the top of the list for managers looking to hire first-class talent for internships, co-ops and jobs.
Your Success Is Our Business
It's our business to prepare Weatherhead students for a rapidly evolving marketplace. They make it their business to seize the opportunity—and do they ever. Within three months of graduation, 94 percent of recent Case Western Reserve business graduates were enrolled in graduate or professional school, had accepted full-time employment, or were otherwise pursuing personal or professional goals.
- Median starting salary: $55,000‐$59,999
- Recent employers: Deloitte, Ford Motor Company, Google, JP Morgan Chase & Co., KeyBank, Progressive, Sherwin-Williams Co.
- Recent graduate schools alums attend: Columbia, Cornell, Johns Hopkins