Master's Programs

Interested in pursuing a master’s degree to gain research experience, prepare for medical school or a PhD program, or take your career to the next level? Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine offers a variety of master’s programs designed to get you there. 

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Aerospace Physiology
Aerospace Physiology

The study of the physical and cognitive impact an extreme environment has upon an individual. 

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Rigorous training in anatomy to build a foundation for, or in conjunction with, medical school. 

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Clinically based and hands-on, graduates of this program work on anesthesia care teams.

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Full- or part-time program for those building careers in medicine, research, teaching or biotech.

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Bioethics and Medical Humanities

Advanced training in bioethics for students and professionals who want to build on their expertise.

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Biomedical and Health Informatics

Research and clinical care informatics combine to prepare students for careers in precision medicine.

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Learn to work with complex data that has real-world applications in health care, population health and biomedical research.

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Be at the forefront of a rapidly growing field with with three possible pathways — biochemistry, neurosciences or pharmacology.

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Clinical Research

Provides in-depth training on clinical research methods and mentored investigative experiences.

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Genetic Counseling

Train to become a genetic counselor in a patient-care or research setting or a commercial lab.

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Medical Physiology

Prepare for medical or dental school with this rigorous curriculum that includes a research path.

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A full- or part-time program to prepare for a career or build a foundation for medical, dental or another professional school.

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Pathology (Molecular and Cellular)

Study Immunology, Neurodegeneration, Cancer, or Pathology on your way to MD/DO, PhD, or Residency Programs.

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Physician Assistant

A full-time program within the School of Medicine prepares students for their role in health care delivery in a range of clinical settings.

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Public Health

Develop, implement, and evaluate authentic solutions to community health problems that promote the health of diverse populations.

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Public Health Nutrition

Earn a graduate degree to promote health and reduce the risk of chronic disease and advance the nutritional health of our population.

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Regenerative Medicine and Entrepreneurship

An interdisciplinary program that provides clinical experiences and insight into business development in this emerging field.

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Systems Biology and Bioinformatics

Combining research and computational work to provide students with a rich base of knowledge about complex biological systems. 

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Translational Pharmaceutical Science

Understand a drug’s journey from lab to shelf in this interdisciplinary program that prepares you for the pharmaceutical industry.

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