There are multiple opportunities for companies to engage with classes at Case Western Reserve. Below are a few of the classes that consistently seek out projects from companies on which student groups can engage:
The ultimate test of the students in an outstanding business program is a “community test” of their ability to complete a real-life consulting project, unstructured in nature, meeting both a set deadline and the client’s expectations. This is the essence of the Action Learning course for undergraduates at the Weatherhead School of Management.
Through their consulting projects with organizational clients, our students who have completed the core curriculum are given the opportunity to work with theories in practice, testing and adjusting their skills and knowledge to solve challenging business problems.
Masters of Engineering and Management Courses
Product and Process Design and Development
Product and process development (PPD) are integrated activities in business, and this course develops an integrated approach to the understanding and practice of the complex relationships among customers, designers and manufacturers that define PPD.
The course is built around a capstone project emphasizing different aspects of the product and process design and development activities of cross-functional teams. Case studies are used to illustrate and understand PPD successes and failures.
Engineering Senior Design Classes
The Case School of Engineering offers senior design courses in each of its departments. For more information on how to get involved, contact the Office of Corporate Relations.