Online Master of Engineering Courses
The online engineering courses at Case Western Reserve University are designed to challenge engineering students to use creative problem-solving in a collaborative educational environment to meet today's most important engineering needs. All engineering classes are taught online by the same faculty who teach on campus. Students gain access to a world-class learning platform that is easy to use and powered with features that create a stimulating learning environment.
EPOM 400 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills (Core)
EPOM 401 Introduction to Business for Engineers (Core)
EPOM 403 Product and Process Design and Implementation (Core)
EPOM 405 Applied Engineering Statistics (Core)
EPOM 407 Engineering Economics & Financial Analysis (Core)
EPOM 409 Master of Engineering Capstone Project (Core)
Concentration in Biomedical Engineering
EBME 401D Biomedical Instrumentation & Signal Processing
EBME 406 Polymers in Medicine (materials)
EBME 410 Medical Imaging Fundamentals (imaging)
EBME 421 Bioelectric Phenomena (neural engineering)
EBME 432 Quantitative Analysis of Physiological Systems
EBME 440 Translational Research for BME
EBME 451 Cellular and Molecular Physiology
EBME 471 Principles of Medical Device Design and Innovation
Concentration in Systems & Control Engineering
ECSE 401 Digital Signal Processing
ECSE 404 Digital Control Systems
ECSE 408 Introduction to Linear Systems
Recommended preparation: Undergraduate Control course or EECS 304.
ECSE 416 Convex Optimization for Engineering
ECSE 468 Power System Analysis
Prerequisite: EECS 245 (Electronic Circuits) or Equivalent.
Concentration in Mechanical Engineering
EMAE 450 Advanced Mechanical Engineering Analysis
EMAE 456 Bio Manufacturing and MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems)
EMAE 460 Theory and Design of Fluid Power Machinery
EMAE 480 Fatigue of Materials
EMAE 481 Advanced Dynamics I
EMAE 487 Vibration Problems in Engineering
EMAE 494 Energy Systems
Concentration in Engineering, Innovation Management & Leadership
EPOM 410 Intellectual Property Management and Opportunity Assessment
EPOM 411 Innovation - the Confluence of Need, Requirements and Creativity
EPOM 412 Technology Commercialization-Aligning Development Requirements to Value Creation Activities
EPOM 413 Innovation, Strategy and Leadership — Contemporary Approaches to Future Growth
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The Benefits of Studying at Case Western Reserve
Case Western Reserve educates practicing engineers who want to make a positive contribution to the world with their work. The Case School of Engineering is ranked among the nation's Top 50 Graduate Engineering Schools, and it is ranked in the Top 20 for Biomedical Engineering.
In addition to receiving a valuable education in engineering skills, Case Western Reserve's engineering programs also give students the opportunity to learn management and business operations skills that prepare them for leadership positions in their fields. Students complete courses that are tailored to today's business issues, and they have an opportunity to forge their own engineering path by choosing one of four concentrations within the Master of Engineering program.
In our innovative capstone course, students form interdisciplinary teams to work on a major engineering project, from design concept through development to final manufacture. Students have the opportunity to make business and engineering decisions to maximize the market penetration of their design.
Engineering Education That Matters
Students who enroll in our online Master of Engineering program receive instruction from faculty who are considered leaders in the engineering industry. Case Western Reserve's research capabilities benefit from more than 270 partnerships with some of the nation's premier institutions, including the Cleveland Clinic, the NASA Glenn Research Center, University Hospitals of Cleveland and many more. Online engineering students receive access to all the same powerful engineering resources that on-campus students do.
Every online Master of Engineering student also has a Student Success Coordinator who is dedicated to helping students throughout the program, from entering the program through graduation. Student Success Coordinators provide online students with the resources and information they need to pursue their professional goals. They are always available to answer questions and offer support.
Get More Information on Our Online Engineering Courses
If you're in search of a Master of Engineering degree to lead you to a more fulfilling and lucrative career, studying at Case Western Reserve can prepare you to thrive in today's engineering industries.
Set up an appointment with an Admissions Advisor for more information, request a brochure, or call us at 855-500-3840 for more information. Get started with the admissions process by viewing our application checklist here, and read more info about the program on our blog.