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Meet Your New Engineering Network

When you join Case Western Reserve University's online engineering master's programs, you will learn alongside engineering students from a wide array of industries with educational backgrounds ranging from mechanical engineering to biochemistry.

You'll find common ground in your desire to further your education and advance your career, whether that means advancing in your current position or stepping into a new role entirely.

Companies Where Our Students Work

Network with a tight-knit cohort of classmates who are employed by leading Fortune 500 companies, legendary institutions and iconic corporations that include:







Reported Employment Industry 1

CWRU student reported employment industry percentages: 32% Technology; 28% Transport/Manufacturing; 8% Healthcare; 6% Education; 5% Military; 4% Energy/Environmental; 3% Government; 2% Architect/Engineer; 2% Law/ Legal; 12% Other;

About Our Online Engineering Students 1

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More than 30 percent of CWRU alumni who are employed report receiving a promotion, or higher level position at a new employer, within one to three years of graduation2


On average, these CWRU alumni experienced nearly 40 percent increase in their salaries within three years of graduation2


Nearly 80 percent of prospective students pursue the online engineering master's for career advancement1


Nearly 90 percent of alumni are able to use what they learned in the program in their current role2


1 in 2 students receive employer funding for their program2

1. Based on self-reported data by CWRU students from cohorts starting between summer 2015 and fall 2019
2. Based on a limited sample of self-reported data from alumni of the Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering online engineering masters programs from graduating cohorts between 2016-2018