Established in 1826, Case Western Reserve University hosts students from 91 different countries. Internationally renowned for its research in numerous disciplines, it also places strong emphasis on athletics and the arts. In addition to offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in diverse disciplines such as management, law, and dentistry, Case Western also offers online master’s degrees in engineering, as well as online master’s of science degrees in biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering and systems and control engineering. It also offers an online master’s of science in social administration in one of three concentrations: community practice for social change, direct practice (children youth and families), and direct practice (adult mental health). Hands-on experience can be integrated into the coursework for this major, if desired. Online degrees can be obtained in as few as 2 years, with scholarship opportunities for qualified students.
This fee is charged to support the McGill Legal Information Clinic (MLIC) and is payable by all students, except for Continuing Education students and students on the Macdonald campus. The Clinic is staffed by law students who provide members of the McGill and Montreal communities with legal information and referrals, including on landlord/tenant law, family law, consumer protection and employment law. For McGill students, the Clinic also operates the Student Advocacy Program, which provides assistance in filing grievances or contesting disciplinary proceedings involving the University. In addition, the Clinic offers seminars on a variety of legal topics to any group who requests this service. The Clinic also offers a free Commissioner of Oaths service. For further information see the McGill Legal Information Clinic's website .