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Schools + Programs

Interested in studying at Case Western Reserve University? With top-ranked programs in arts and sciences, dentistry, engineering, law, management, medicine, nursing and social work, you'll find your place here.

We offer nearly 95 undergraduate degree choices, about 135 graduate and professional options, and almost 140 dual-degree programs. Plus, we have more than 100 interdisciplinary academic and research centers and institutes that can provide you with just about any program of study and discovery you can imagine.

Explore a full list of degree programs.



Case School of Engineering

Internationally renowned for education and research, the Case School of Engineering develops leaders prepared to solve today's—and tomorrow's—most pressing issues.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Jeffrey L. Duerk

12 programs
115 full-time faculty members
1,779 students

  • 1,144 undergraduate
  • 635 graduate/professional

18,000 alumni



College of Arts and Sciences

Home to education and research in arts, humanities, mathematics, social, physical and biological sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences offers high-quality programs, whether on the stage or in the lab.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Cyrus C. Taylor

21 academic departments
35 interdisciplinary programs and centers
1,547 students

  • 963 undergraduate
  • 584 graduate/professional

269 full-time faculty members
30,000 alumni



Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

From clinical specialists to nurse practitioners, teachers to researchers, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing graduates pursue a variety of roles. With our location near top hospital systems, our students get hands-on experience learning from the best.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Mary E. Kerr

5 degree programs
811 students

  • 327 undergraduate
  • 484 graduate/professional

90 faculty members



Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

Consistently ranked one of the top 10 social work schools in America, the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences offers an innovative combination of field work and rigorous education—on campus or online.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Grover C. Gilmore

3 degree programs
1 undergraduate minor
379 graduate students
7,800+ alumni
31 full-time faculty members



School of Dental Medicine

The School of Dental Medicine provides relevant, experiential and active learning in oral health education, patient care, research and scholarship. Our students put their learning to practice, providing quality dental care services to our community.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Kenneth B. Chance Sr.

12 degree programs
74 faculty members
368 students
4,249 alumni





School of Law

The School of Law's brand-new curriculum allows you to work with clients from the start, develop leadership skills and hone your writing—not to mention learn the core tenets of a legal education. Here, you'll have access to the nation's top firms and organizations—and graduate ready to lead.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs
Interim Deans: Jessica Berg and Michael Scharf

4 degree programs
49 full-time faculty members
511 students
10,571 alumni



School of Medicine

With strong partnerships among some of the nation's top hospital systems, including No. 4 Cleveland Clinic and No. 18 University Hospitals, the School of Medicine leads in medical education and research. As a top-25 medical school, we prepare physicians to care for patients with competence and compassion.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Pamela B. Davis

8 degree programs
2,443 full-time faculty members
1,911 students

  • 203 undergraduate students*
  • 1,708 graduate/professional students

10,908 alumni

*Please note: There is no undergraduate major awarded through the School of Medicine. Students enrolled in bachelor's degree programs awarded through the College of Arts and Sciences, but taught in other schools (such as biochemistry) are counted in the school where the major is taught.



Weatherhead School of Management

Through its interdisciplinary approach to management education, the Weatherhead School of Management develops strong leaders who create sustainable value, are good global citizens and have immediate impact on their organizations.


Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Robert E. Widing II

15 degree programs
70 certificate and professional development programs
69 full-time faculty members
1,110 students

  • 303 undergraduate students
  • 807 graduate/professional students

18,500 alumni




Office of Undergraduate Studies

The Office of Undergraduate Studies oversees the academic aspects of student affairs, working with undergraduates across all schools and majors. From matriculation to graduation, the office helps students achieve their academic goals.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Jeffrey Wolcowitz

15 degree programs
70 certificate and professional development programs
69 full-time faculty members
1,110 students

  • 303 undergraduate students
  • 807 graduate/professional students

18,500 alumni



School of Graduate Studies

The School of Graduate Studies offers graduate programs in more than 80 disciplines across the schools and college, from the humanities and social sciences to biological and physical sciences to engineering and professional fields.

Visit Website Admissions Information Academic Programs Dean: Charles Rozek

72 programs

  • 54 master's degree programs
  • 50 doctoral programs

2,273 graduate students


Additional Academic Areas

Online Degree Programs

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Siegal Lifelong Learning Program