U.S. News & World Report
Undergraduate Programs (Fall 2016)
- 37th among 310 national universities (U.S. News & World Report)
- 43rd in "Best Values" ranking
- Program Rankings:
- Biomedical Engineering (13th)
- Management (38th)
- Engineering (37st)
Graduate and Professional Programs (various dates)
- Engineering: 46th among 215 graduate programs (2016)
- Biomedical Engineering (17th)
- Law: 57th among 196 accredited law schools (2016)
- Health Law (9th)
- International Law (11th)
- Management: 71st among 470 full-time MBA programs (2016)
- 51st among part-time MBA programs (2016)
- Medicine: 25th among 170 accredited medical schools (2016)
- Nursing: 8th among more than 450 accredited master's programs (2016)
- DNP Program (5th)
- Gerontological Nurse Practitioner (9th)
- Nurse Midwifery (15th)
- Social Work: 9th among more than 200 accredited master's program (2016)
- Case Western Reserve ranks among the top 33 private research universities nationally, according to The Center for Measuring University Performance (Arizona State University). The center ranks universities on nine indicators, including research support, significant awards to faculty, endowment assets, annual private contributions, doctorates awarded, and average SAT scores. (The Top American Research Universities, December 2013)
- Times Higher Education ranked CWRU 126th in the world (47th in the U.S.) in its 2016 world university rankings. Factors in the rankings include peer assessments and citations per faculty member.
- Case Western Reserve is among the top institutions in the nation in the percentage of baccalaureate graduates who earn doctoral degrees in the sciences and engineering. The National Science Foundation compared the baccalaureate institutions of 2002-2011 science and engineering doctorate recipients with the number of bachelor's degrees awarded in all fields nine years earlier. CWRU ranked 16th, with 8.4 doctorate recipients per hundred bachelor's degrees awarded. Only six research universities, all private, had higher percentages (NSF InfoBrief 13-323, April 2013).
- Case Western Reserve University was named a top 10 "best neighbor" university by "Saviors of Our Cities: A Survey of Best Neighbor College and University Civic Partnerships." [SOOC Survey Overview] Survey results, published in fall 2009, recognized universities for their positive impact on their urban communities. Factors such as revitalization efforts, cultural renewal, economics, and community service and development were considered in the rankings.
- CWRU ranked 37th overall and 17th among private institutions in federal expenditures for research and development. (NSF/FY 2015)
Case Western Reserve University was ranked 85th in the Reuters 100: The World's Most Innovative Universities list. Reuters 100 ranks the educational institutions doing the most to advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy, and relies exclusively on empirical data such as patent filings and research paper citations in its methodology.