Case School of Engineering San Diego
Master's Degree Track in Wireless Health
Wearable Computing Graduate Certificate

Online Master of Science - apply now for Fall 2017

Available online Master of Science (MS) degrees and their pre-approved "programs of study" are listed in the table below. They are course-only tracks (i.e., no thesis required) of the MS in Biomedical or Electrical Engineering, and each consist of 27 credit hours (i.e., 9 courses of 3 credits each). Students who complete a Master's will have the requisite knowledge to enter and advance the field.  

Wireless Health: MS-BME Wireless Health: MS-EE Wearable Computing: MS-EE
480AIntro to Wireless Health 480AIntro to Wireless Health 480T: Design
480BThe Human Body 480BThe Human Body 480U: Technology
480CBiomedical Sensing 480CBiomedical Sensing 480W: Manufacturing
480DHealth Care Delivery 480DHealth Care Delivery 480X: Computing
480EWireless Communications 480EWireless Communications 480Y: Embedded Systems
480FHospital/Clinic Rotation 480FHospital/Clinic Rotation 480Z: Applications Development
480Q: Regulatory Policy & Reqs 480GCryptography 480GCryptography
480R: User Experience Engr 480H: Software Security 480H: Software Security
480S: WH Product Development 480K: Hardware Security 480K: Hardware Security

GC students who matriculate into the corresponding Master's within two years of completion of the GC may transfer their credits of the GC courses toward the completion of the credit requirements of the MS degree. Master's students must complete their program of study with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or greater.

Who Should Attend

Students with engineering or physical science backgrounds are positioned well to complete our Master's programs. Students with other backgrounds should contact us for discussion before applying.

Timeline for Completion

Part-time students have up to 3 calendar years to complete a Master's degree

Financial Aid and Tuition

Case Western Reserve University does not provide financial assistance for this program. You should inquire if your employer offers tuition reimbursement benefit. You may also contact the Office of Financial Aid at 216.368.4530 or financialaid@case.edu to research external aid programs, for example through Federal initiatives. Click here for tuition at Case Western Reserve University

Admission Requirements

Students are admitted through the School of Graduate Studies as degree-seeking graduate students in the Case School of Engineering (CSE). Admission is based on general CSE admission standards for graduate programs, including a minimum GPA of 3.2 in a relevant Bachelor of Science program. TOEFL is waived for students that have completed a degree program where the language of instruction is English. Those who have worked in an English language-based organization for at least two years may petition for TOEFL waiver. Otherwise, scores must be greater than 90 for the internet-based test (or 577 for the paper-based test). GRE is required (>80 percentile), if not matriculating from the corresponding Graduate Certificate. Working professionals and others with special circumstances may petition for GRE waiver

Application Process

To be considered, you must apply online at our School of Graduate Studies application site. Your application includes a Statement of Objectives where you describe your educational and professional goals, your reasons for pursuing this program, and your academic and experiential preparation for undertaking the program. Documents in languages other than English must be accompanied with certified translations.