See how CWRU prepares their engineers

Engineering student working on a machine

For most future engineers like yourself, the thrill of engineering is in the creating, the tweaking the testing (and re-testing). It’s doing engineering that gets you up in the morning. 

We get that. At Case Western Reserve University's Case School of Engineering, we get you moving as an engineer. As early as day one. 

You can start in a first-semester lab course and get involved in research right away (as 84% of CWRU engineers do... often starting in their very first semester). You’ll soon be prepared to practice off campus, too: 81% of CWRU engineering students complete at least one internship, and more than one-third complete a co-op.

And you won’t be on your own to find opportunities that fit your goals.

Your navigator will help you consider your options, and they’ll connect you with the engineering school’s Division of Engineering Leadership and Professional Practice, which offers peer advisors, co-op introductions and professional development opportunities tailored to your engineering future.

Come graduation, you’ll already be a pro with research and experience under your belt (and on your resume)—with the job offers and grad school acceptances to prove it. Within six months of graduation, 95% are employed full time, in graduate school or otherwise pursuing their career plans. 

Ready to be an engineer? No better place to start than here at CWRU!