If approved by the Office of Undergraduate Studies, full-time undergraduates in good academic standing may cross-register at Baldwin-Wallace College, Chancellor University, the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College, Hiram College, John Carroll University, Lake Erie College, Lakeland Community College, Lorain County Community College, Notre Dame College of Ohio, and Ursuline College for one course per semester. Approval is normally limited to courses that are not offered at Case Western Reserve University.
To cross-register for studio courses at the Cleveland Institute of Art, a student must have permission from Case Western Reserve University's director of art studios, Mr. Timothy Shuckerow, 2215 Adelbert Road, 216.368.2714.
Private music lessons can be arranged through the Department of Music in collaboration with the Cleveland Institute of Music. Students interested in pursuing this opportunity must obtain a permit at the Music Department in Haydn Hall to enroll for credit in Applied Music. Charges for private lessons will be covered by the full tuition rate for music and music education majors only. All other students will pay an additional fee.
The joint program in art education of Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA) enrolls students pursuing the BS in Art Education, combining studio art courses at the Cleveland Institute of Art with liberal arts and education courses at Case Western Reserve University. Admission to the program requires application to Case Western Reserve University and presentation of an art portfolio to the Cleveland Institute of Art; credentials must be acceptable to both institutions.
All programs in music are conducted jointly by Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Music, and provide the intimacy and specialization of a professional conservatory, together with the resources of a comprehensive university. Students pursuing a major in music or music education take music theory and lessons at the Cleveland Institute of Music, and take music history and other liberal arts and music education courses at Case Western Reserve University. Students pursuing the BA with a major in music, or the BS in Music Education apply to and enroll in Case Western Reserve University, while students seeking the BM degree apply to and enroll in the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Ohio teacher licensure may be attained by those undergraduate students who complete the approved curriculum of the Case Western Reserve University/John Carroll University Joint Program in Teacher Licensure. Degrees in these programs are awarded by Case Western Reserve University and licensure is obtained through John Carroll University. Adolescence/Young Adult Teacher Licensure (grades 7-12) is available in Integrated Language Arts (English major), Integrated Social Studies (history major), Integrated Mathematics (mathematics major), Life Sciences (biology major), and Physical Sciences (chemistry or physics major). Multi-age licensure is available in French, Latin, and Spanish. The program requires 35 credit hours in professional education: 15 taken at Case Western Reserve University and 20 taken at John Carroll University.
The undergraduate/graduate programs in art education and music education meet the requirements for teacher licensure, grades pre-K-12. For further information, see departmental information in this bulletin.
Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) programs are available to Case Western Reserve University students through cooperative arrangements with Kent State University for Air Force ROTC and with John Carroll University for Army ROTC. Each of these universities offers military studies, leadership and training courses. Participating students may seek transfer credit at Case Western Reserve for these courses, and may be exempted from the undergraduate physical education requirement. Students who are not recipients of ROTC scholarships may enroll in the first and second year ROTC courses without incurring any military obligation. University students enrolling in ROTC programs are eligible to compete for ROTC scholarships awarded by the Air Force or the Army.
The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) program provided by Kent State University prepares students for service as officers in the United States Air Force. Through courses in history, management, and leadership, and through practical training, students acquire leadership and management skills, and learn about Air Force career opportunities, the role of the military in American society, the history of air power, and national defense policy.
An agreement between Case Western Reserve University and Kent State University allows full-time Case Western Reserve students to complete aerospace studies courses. The courses are held at Kent State University, which is approximately 35 miles from Case Western Reserve, and are usually scheduled on one or two afternoons during the week. This arrangement allows Case Western Reserve students to participate in either the four- or two-year AFROTC program. Students wanting to enter the two-year program in the junior year must contact the professor of aerospace studies before March of the year before their planned entry.
Air Force ROTC scholarships are available on a competitive basis. Information about courses, registration, and scholarships may be obtained from the Air Force ROTC DET 630, 125 Terrace Drive, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio 44242; telephone: 330-672-2182. Case Western Reserve students planning to register for AFROTC courses at Kent State University should consult with the Office of Undergraduate Studies for information regarding registration procedures.
The Army ROTC program is designed to prepare students for service as a commissioned Army officer in either the active duty U.S. Army or the reserve components of the Army Reserve or National Guard. Classes and practical training focus on military skills, officer professionalism, leadership training, and the development of military-related officer and management techniques and procedures.
Army ROTC is offered as part of a collaboration with John Carroll University with some of the first- and second-year courses ROTC classes being offered on the Case Western Reserve University campus. For those courses offered at Case Western Reserve (MLSC 101, MLSC 102, MLSC 199, MLSC 201, MLSC 202, and MLSC 299), students register in the ordinary way. For other Army ROTC classes, students may enroll through cross-registration in the Department of Military Science at John Carroll University, which is approximately five miles from Case Western Reserve.
Army ROTC scholarships are available on a competitive basis. Information about courses, registration, and scholarships may be obtained from the Department of Military Science (ARMY-ROTC), John Carroll University, University Heights, OH 44118-4581; telephone: 216.397.4421. Case Western Reserve students planning to register for Army ROTC courses at John Carroll University should consult with the Office of Undergraduate Studies for information regarding registration procedures.
An exchange program between Fisk University and Case Western Reserve University enables up to four Case Western Reserve students to spend a semester as visiting students at Fisk each year. Up to four Fisk students may spend a semester at Case Western Reserve each year. Fisk University was founded in 1866 as the first integrated, coeducational school in the United States, and, at its founding, focused on providing a quality liberal arts education to the children of former slaves. Fisk University has a distinguished history as a liberal arts institution. Fisk University was the first historically black college to have chapters of the Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board national honorary societies.
Case Western Reserve students who participate in the Case Western Reserve-Fisk Exchange pay tuition to Case Western Reserve University, pay the Fisk room and board fees, and maintain their student status during the period of the exchange. Information about the exchange program is available from the Fisk exchange advisor in the Office of Undergraduate Studies.
Students of superior scholarship who have attended one of a group of select liberal arts colleges with which Case Western Reserve University has a dual degree agreement are eligible to participate in the Dual Degree (3-2) program at Case Western Reserve University. This program allows outstanding students to begin their studies at a liberal arts college for three years and pursue an engineering degree at Case Western Reserve University for two years. Once requirements at both institutions are completed, students will receive a degree from the liberal arts college and a degree from Case Western Reserve University in a designated engineering discipline. For additional information, contact Debbie Fatica, 304 Nord Hall, 216.368.4449.