The Case School of Engineering has been at the forefront of innovation for the last 140 years. We have a deep history of rigorous academic training and a robust research portfolio, including significant contributions to the industry. We continue to push education to its fullest while creating solutions to the world's urgent problems.
At our school, students conduct collaborative research alongside their peers with mentorship from our expert faculty. Our interdisciplinary approach to research runs the gamut from discovery to application. We value experiential learning, perfectly blending enriching academic study with career-making professional experiences. No matter where you are in your career, our flexible programs can be completed in a variety of methods: full time, part time, online and accelerated.
Our Biomedical Engineering department leads teams that produce scientific discoveries used to create, evolve and bring to market technologies, devices and therapies that save and enhance lives worldwide. Learn more about Biomedical Engineering.
From fundamental molecular-scale science to plant-scale industrial projects, our Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering department engineers solutions in energy, advanced materials, biological sciences and more. Explore Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering.
The department of Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering is motivated by synergetic research thrusts exploring the intersections of bio-micro-info in the ever-changing world of technology. View the program website.
Our Computer and Data Sciences department continues to lead the industry in innovation, continuing to help propel the industry forward with its technological advancements. Learn more Computer and Data Sciences.
Our department of Materials Science and Engineering is a research-centered educational environment with a mission to enhance the productivity, quality and benefit of materials-related learning to our students, faculty and community. Learn more about Materials Science & Engineering.
Materials Science & Engineering
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