One of the top medical schools in the country, the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is a leader and innovator in medical education. Indeed, the School of Medicine is only the third institution in history to receive the best review possible by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the accreditation authority for United States and Canadian medical schools.
Three Medical Degree Programs
Based on the Western Reserve2 Curriculum, the School of Medicine offers a wide variety of medical, graduate and dual degree programs. Students may apply to one of three medical degree programs: the University Program (M.D.), the College Program (M.D. with special qualifications in biomedical research) and the Medical Scientist Training Program (M.D./Ph.D.). Through the Biomedical Sciences Training Program, students may choose from several graduate study programs. For those interested in multiple programs, the School of Medicine offers dual degrees choices where students may earn a master's or doctorate degree in basic science in combination with a medical degree.
With our innovative curriculum and degree programs, the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine educates future physicians, who will care for patients with competence, creativity and compassion, in a setting that fosters collegiality, leadership, and excellence in scholarship and research.