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Engineering : Case Western Reserve University

Case Western Reserve University
Address10900 Euclid Ave
CityCleveland
StateOhio
Zip44106
TypePrivate not for profit
LevelFour or more years
Full-time Students8490
Student to Faculty Ratio9:1
Admission Rate66.6%
Carnegie ClassificationResearch Universities (very high research activity)
Fees
Undergrad Application Fees$0
Grad Application Fees$50
EnrollmentFees (/yr)Required Fees(/yr)
Undergrad In-State$37300$348
Undergrad Out-State$37300$348
Grad In-State$34320$24
Grad Out-State$34320$24
SAT Score
SectionScore(25/75)percentile
Critical Reading600/700
Math650/750
Writing590/700
ACT Score
SectionScore(25/75)percentile
Composite28/32
English27/34
Math34/34
Writing9/9
**Above numbers are at University/College level (not for a particular department or program)

Courses/Degrees

Engineering
Aerospace- Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
Biomedical/Medical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering- General
Electrical- Electronics and Communications Engineering
Engineering Physics
Engineering Science
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Operations Research
Polymer/Plastics Engineering
Systems Engineering
Biomedical Engineering

Is rated top 20 for Biomedical Engineering. For admissions typical GPA is greater than 3.5/4.0, but the the students from highly competitive universities may have a lower GPA. Typical GRE quantitative percentile is above 80%.

EECS

The University (EECS department) requires a score of 577 for the written test or 90 for the internet based test. We also accept an IELTS score of 7.0 or above.
There is no set minimum score required by EECS department. The requirement is that all incoming students must take this test. However, guidelines for scoring are as follows: Verbal 520+, Quantitative 740+, and Analytical 3.5+.

If your country uses a percentage system please convert that score for the GPA. To convert your percentage score to a GPA using this formula:
4 x / 85 = GPA



Engineering Programs

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