Photo of a law student in a class captured by FJ Gaylor.
Photograph by FJ Gaylor.

Discover new programs at CWRU

Amidst the ever-evolving landscape of emerging discoveries and innovations, Case Western Reserve University remains committed to expanding its academic portfolio, empowering students to explore these burgeoning fields in greater depth. 

This academic year, the university has launched a host of new programs—including a bachelor’s degree and several graduate certificates—that not only reflect the university’s dedication to staying at the forefront of education, but also serve as a testament to its mission of equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in an ever-changing world. 

Take a look at the university’s newest academic offerings, which come from Weatherhead School of Management, the School of Medicine and the School of Law.


Bachelor of Science in Business Information Technology

Weatherhead School of Management

Learn more about developing and implementing technological applications within a business context as you pursue a Bachelor of Science in Business Information Technology within the management bachelor’s degree program.

Students who complete the program will gain skills and knowledge in process management, systems analysis and information resource and database administration. 


Aerospace Physiology Certificate

School of Medicine

Study the physical and cognitive impacts of extreme (or strict) environments on individuals while earning a graduate-level Certificate in Aerospace Physiology.

Offered in person and online—as well as in full- and part-time formats—the 15-credit hour program includes lectures as well as a required four-day residency where students will receive hands-on learning in a laboratory setting. The full-time program can be completed in a year.

This certificate program will prepare candidates for careers in aerospace and aviation medicine, research physiology, and mishap examination. 

Interschool Quantitative Biosciences Certificate

School of Medicine

Collaborate with quantitative bioscientists across campus as you earn a Certificate in Interschool Quantitative Biosciences

Over a three-year span, students will complete coursework ranging from computer and data sciences and mathematics to physics and structural (or cell) biology. 

Public Health Certificate

School of Medicine

The Certificate in Public Health program covers topics ranging from epidemiology and statistics to health behavior and policy— as well as electives aligned with students’ specific academic interests.

Compliance and Risk Management Certificate

School of Law

Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to interpret statutes, regulations and case laws with a Certificate in Compliance and Risk Management from the School of Law. 

Students will learn to design and implement compliance and risk management programs while gaining critical thinking, risk assessment and managerial skills useful within law, healthcare, business and other industries.