About the School
The School of Graduate Studies (SGS) is the unit through which Case Western Reserve University offers graduate programs in the humanities and social sciences, biological and physical sciences, engineering, and selected disciplines related to professional fields.
These programs, in over 80 disciplines lead to the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts , Master of Science, Master of Public Health, Master of Engineering and Management, Master of Engineering, Doctor of Musical Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy.
Administration of the School
Charles E. Rozek (Wayne State University) Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies
Faculty Senate Committee on Graduate Studies
General responsibility for overseeing postdoctoral affairs, programs of graduate study and for academic and other general regulations applicable to all graduate students and programs is delegated to the University Faculty Senate Committee on Graduate Studies. Each department, school, or interdisciplinary committee is responsible for its particular graduate programs within the framework of the general regulations.
The Faculty Senate Committee on Graduate Studies consists of the Dean of Graduate Studies, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, nine faculty members elected by the University Faculty Senate one appointed postdoc, and four graduate students—three elected by the Graduate Student Senate and one appointed from the professional schools.
Graduate Student Senate
Students in the School of Graduate Studies are represented by a Graduate Student Senate, which consists of one student elected from each department that offers graduate programs. The officers of the senate are elected by the graduate student senators, who also select graduate student representatives to the University Faculty Senate and various campus committees. gss.case.edu