Community Outreach

April 06, 2007

Fisk University Dual Degree Faculty Student Exchange

In 2003, Case Western Reserve University and Fisk University launched two joint academic programs that allow graduate and undergraduate students to reap the rewards of the rich resources at both institutions. There are 3 joint programs offered: The Case School of Engineering's Binary Program makes available a joint liberal arts and engineering program for undergraduates. Students who complete the program receive a bachelor of arts degree from Fisk University and a bachelor of science degree in engineering from Case Western Reserve University. Under the Weatherhead School of Management program, students earn a bachelor's degree from Fisk University and a master of accountancy degree from Case Western Reserve University. Under the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences program, students earn a bachelor's degree from Fisk University and a master's level degree in social work from Case Western Reserve University.

Contact:
James McGuffin-Cawley, Associate Dean
Case School of Engineering
Phone: 216.368.6482

or

Gary Previts, Associate Dean
Weatherhead School of Management
Phone: 216.368.2074

or

Sarah Andrews, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
Phone: 216.368.2327

Posted by: Latisha James April 6, 2007 08:56 AM
Category: College of Arts and Sciences , Fisk University , Higher Education Institutions , Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences , School of Engineering , Schools and Centers , Weatherhead School of Management