What to Expect
At the Health Education Campus of Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic, you’ll interact with medical, dental, nursing, social work, physician assistant and nutrition students—an approach we call interprofessional education. Working with a group of students across disciplines to complete service-learning projects, you’ll work in the same team-driven environment that you’ll find in the real world. Plus, our campus provides you with leading-edge technologies, such as augmented reality, to help you put lecture material into action.
Your two advisors—an academic/clinical advisor and a research advisor—will help you determine the most effective individual plan of study based on your interests so you can make the most out of your five semesters at CWRU. Our unique course offerings in neurogenic communication disorders and in adult and pediatric dysphagia offer a foundation of knowledge for underlying and acquired disorders.