Founded in 1904, Wentworth Institute of Technology is an independent, co-educational, nationally-ranked institution offering career-focused education through 17 bachelor's degree programs in areas such as applied mathematics, architecture, business management, computer science and networking, construction management, design, and engineering. The Institute also offers master's degrees in applied computer science, architecture, civil engineering, construction management, facility management, and technology management.
A leader in engineering, technology, design and management education, Wentworth's unique three-part experiential learning model combines class work, laboratory/studio work, and cooperative education (co-op) experience to provide students with a hands-on approach to learning. The co-op program, one of the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in the nation, has been active for 40years and provides Wentworth students the ability to gain the professional work experience needed to succeed in their field. Wentworth is well-known for its academic excellence, community service, and support for the economic growth of the region.
Wentworth offers exciting opportunities for students looking to build a framework for success in the innovation economy. Wentworth’s unique interdisciplinary curriculum combines technical studies, opportunities to collaborate and innovate, meaningful career training experiences, and an environment focused on developing practical solutions to real-world challenges. The result: Excellent preparation for a successful career. Additionally, Wentworth is a member of one of Boston's largest academic collaborations, the Colleges of the Fenway consortium, which is an association of six Fenway area institutions including Emmanuel College, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University, Simmons College, Wentworth, and Wheelock College.
For more information, please visit www.wit.edu.
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