At Case Western Reserve University, learning and discovery are at the heart of everything we do. We offer more than 100+ undergraduate programs, about 160 graduate and professional options, and more than 145 dual-degree programs. Or you can study in one of our seven online master’s degrees or more than a dozen non-credit online courses.
Our programs span arts, sciences, engineering, law, management, medicine, nursing, dentistry and social work. And they’re all aimed at preparing you for a future with impressive impact.
Whether you arrive on campus certain of your academic interest or eager to explore, we have a variety of programs you’re sure to find intriguing. Our students revel in our breadth of opportunities, often pursuing such seemingly diverse subjects as psychology and dance, engineering and music, or other combinations of majors and minors, double majors, or even bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Graduate and Professional Programs
In person or online, weekday or weekend, our graduate and professional degree programs include multiple formats, schedules and opportunities to deepen your knowledge and grow your expertise—including dual-degree options.
Our Schools and Programs
Case School of Engineering
Internationally renowned for education and research, Case School of Engineering develops leaders prepared to solve today’s—and tomorrow’s—most pressing issues. Whether you’re interested in computer science, biomedical engineering or another specialty, our curriculum is hands-on and offers opportunities to conduct research with leading experts in their fields.
College of Arts & Sciences
Home to education and research in the arts, humanities, mathematics, social sciences, and physical and biological sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences offers innovative programs, whether you envision a life on the stage or in the lab.
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
From clinical specialists to nurse practitioners, teachers to researchers, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing graduates pursue a variety of roles. Our location near top hospital systems and our impressive Health Education Campus with Cleveland Clinic allow for hands-on experiences learning from the best in the field.
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
Consistently ranked one of the top-10 social work schools in the U.S., the Mandel School offers innovative programs in social work and nonprofit management—degrees that will set you on the path to becoming a change agent and making a powerful impact in your organization, your community and beyond.
School of Dental Medicine
The School of Dental Medicine provides relevant, experiential and active learning in oral health education, patient care, research and scholarship. In addition to gaining interprofessional experiences, you’ll put your learning to practice, providing quality dental care services to our community through our new Dental Clinic.
School of Law
The School of Law’s curriculum allows you to work with clients from day one, develop leadership skills and hone your writing—not to mention learn the core tenets of a legal education. Here, you’ll have access to the nation’s top firms and organizations—and graduate ready to lead.
School of Medicine
With strong partnerships among some of the nation's top hospital systems and a new Health Education Campus with Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine leads in medical education and research. As a top-25 medical school, we prepare you to care for patients with competence and compassion.
Weatherhead School of Management
Through its interdisciplinary approach to management education, Weatherhead School of Management develops strong leaders who create sustainable value, are good global citizens and have immediate impact on their organizations. Our students graduate with new skills in analytics, technology and design-thinking, making them in-demand for future employers.
Office of Undergraduate Studies
School of Graduate Studies
Advising and Support
Academic advisers can help with everything from selecting a degree or major to preparing for job searching or additional schooling after graduation. With resources available across the university—including some within your own schools—you’re never on your own.