The Case School of Engineering is ranked among the nation’s top 50 graduate engineering programs by U.S. News & World Report. The Master of Engineering Program from the Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering offers a professional graduate engineering degree, an opportunity to broaden your understanding of the practice of engineering in today’s business environment.
The Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering programs have been internationally renowned for more than 125 years. In addition to an impressive record of developing a new breed of engineers and engineering leaders, faculty and students possess the potential and the propensity to solve society’s most pressing problems of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Now you can earn an advanced Engineering degree with as few as nine courses and a comprehensive exam-completely online. The 100% online program consists of 30 credits with four technical concentrations, Mechanical Engineering (EMAE), Biomedical Engineering (EBME), Systems and Control Engineering (SCS) and Engineering Innovation, Management and Leadership (EIML).
This is a practice oriented degree, not a research oriented degree. As such, a thesis is not required for the Master of Engineering. Instead, you will complete a set of six core courses specifically designed to address the practice of engineering in today’s business environment.
- 100% Online
- 15 Core Credit Hours
- Four Technical Concentrations
- 12 Technical Concentration Credit Hours
- Capstone Master of Engineering Project
- GRE not required; TOEFL (if applicable)