Schools

Nord Hall, on the Case Quad with students walking past, is home to the administrative offices for the Case School of Engineering.

 Case School of Engineering

The Case School of Engineering provides leadership and excellence in the areas of engineering education, scholarly research, and technology transfer. The School offers more than 50 degree programs across eight collaborative departments, which are recognized for creative scholarship, innovative experiential teaching, and a multi-disciplinary approach to fundamental and society-needs-driven research and problem solving. Beyond the classroom, The Case School of Engineering partners strategically with healthcare, industry, and cutting-edge technology companies.

 

Front view of Mather House, one of the main homes of Arts and Sciences faculty and programs

College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences offers educational and research programs in the humanities, natural sciences and mathematics, performing arts, and social and behavioral sciences. Comprising 21 academic departments and 35 interdisciplinary centers, the college enhances its curricular offerings through affiliations with other major educational and cultural institutions, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland Play House, the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Western Reserve Historical Society, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.


Inside atrium view of Health Education Campus for the School of Nursing.

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

 The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University is a globally recognized leader in nursing education, research, and practice. Our commitment to excellence is visible in our distinguished faculty, small class sizes, world-renowned clinical partners, and academic innovations.


Front view of the Mandel School building

Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

The Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences offers curricula leading to the Master of Social Work (MSW) degree, Master of Nonprofit Organization (MNO), and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in social welfare.  Advancing leadership in social work and nonprofit education, scholarship, and service to build a more just and inclusive world is the mission of the Mandel School. Students are central to all we do, and they actively participate and contribute to a dynamic learning community that develops change leaders in direct practice, community practice, and nonprofit management.

The Mandel School was founded by and for the Greater Cleveland community in the belief that a university-based school of social work would transform the work of people and organizations to achieve their full potential. The Mandel School celebrates more than a century of education accelerating change leaders, broadening the national and international reach of our education, and service to promote more inclusive and just societies. 
Side view of School of Dental Medicine building

 School of Dental Medicine

The School of Dental Medicine at Case Western Reserve University is a diverse and vibrant community and a private dental school located in Cleveland, Ohio.  Students select our school because of our reputation for excellence, our first-class predoctoral and postdoctoral dental education programs that include our preceptor model of clinical instruction, and our strong commitment to patient care, research, interprofessional education, and community service.


Front view of the School of Law building.

 School Of Law

The School of Law has been a leader in legal education for over 125 years.  We offer programs in legal education at all levels, providing students unique opportunities for specialization through our numerous Centers of Excellence.  We are particularly noted for our offerings of experiential education in our JD program. Our faculty are renowned experts in their fields and have recently been ranked 30th in the nation for scholarly impact.


Front view of Health Education Campus School of Medicine Building

School of Medicine

 The School of Medicine has been at the forefront of medical education since 1843, dedicated to enhancing human health, and a leader and innovator in healthcare education and biomedical research. The School's mission is three-fold: providing excellence in medical education through our unique curriculum, advancing discoveries from our laboratories to patients, and improving the health of our community. The school is affiliated with four top-ranked hospitals—Cleveland Clinic, Louis Stokes VA Medical Center, MetroHealth System, and University Hospitals—and its combined research prowess has supported scientific achievements across a wide range of fields and disciplines.


View of the Peter B Lewis building; home of the Weatherhead School of Management.

Weatherhead School of Management

 The Weatherhead School of Management continues to impact business and society through cutting-edge research and innovative teaching that develops business professional leaders who strengthen and advance diverse, equitable, and inclusive environments in their workplaces and communities. Offerings include undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees, as well as executive education programs and certificates. The school is home to the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit, xLab, and the Coaching Research Laboratory. 

 


Other Academic Units 

View of the front of the Sears Building from the Case Quad.

Office of Undergraduate Studies

The Office of Undergraduate Studies oversees academic affairs for students enrolled in the University’s baccalaureate degree programs and non-degree students who do not already hold an undergraduate degree and collaborates with the schools, academic departments, faculty, and other administrative offices to develop and sustain academic programs that inspire and challenge undergraduates and help them meet their academic goals.  Deans in the Office of Undergraduate Studies support faculty in their teaching and advising, administer the academic policies of the faculty and monitor the progress of undergraduates in completing degree requirements.  The office works with other offices and programs in pursuit of an integrated academic and co-curricular experience.


View of the front of the Tomlinson Hall building that houses the School of Graduate Studies.

School of Graduate Studies

The School of Graduate Studies at Case Western Reserve University helps manage students' world-class path to educational objectives. At CWRU students prepare to be a leader in their field and community. Students will also build their contributory potential by learning from and engaging in research with some of the world’s most innovative minds. Post-baccalaureate degree programs are available in more than 90 disciplines. These lead to the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Science, Master of Public Health, Master of Engineering and Management, Master of Engineering, Doctor of Musical Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy.