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Go ahead and dream. Test yourself with an excellent cooperative education. Wentworth Institute of Technology is a private coeducational college located in Boston, one of America’s most beautiful and historical cities. Wentworth enrolls more than 4,000 students and offers on-campus housing on its 31-acre, fully equipped campus.

Academics at Wentworth
When you join the Wentworth community, you can enjoy the benefits of small class sizes (approximately 20 students) and individual attention from a dedicated teaching faculty with professional industry experience. There are more than 60 on-campus laboratories and studios, which are an integral component of all majors at Wentworth, creating a hands-on learning environment. Wentworth is also one of the more affordable full-time baccalaureate options in Boston.

Cooperative education
Wentworth offers one of the most comprehensive cooperative education (co-op) programs in the United States. For 40 years, Wentworth has been opening career doors and helping students gain professional, paid work experience. Co-op is an important feature of Wentworth’s career-focused education. Before graduation, all students are required to work for two semesters in a paid position directly related to their majors. Co-op provides valuable, practical experience, which serves students well in their search for employment after graduation.

Colleges of the Fenway
Wentworth is part of one of Boston’s largest academic collaborations, a consortium representing over 12,000 students. Wentworth has partnerships with Emmanuel College, Simmons College, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Wheelock College, and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Students have cross-registration with other colleges, interlibrary loan privileges, and combined extracurricular activities such as orchestra, theater, and other social and athletic opportunities. All of the members of the consortium are a short walk apart.

Admission
Wentworth practices rolling admission, which means we review each application once all required materials are received. While there is not an official deadline to apply, some majors and on-campus housing fill up quickly, so we encourage you to apply early.

Applying is easy; simply go to our website at wit.edu/apply and complete the online application. In addition, the following documentation is required: a personal statement or essay, a letter of recommendation from a professor or other professional familiar with your academic abilities, your final official high school transcript, and official college transcripts from any institution of higher learning you have attended. If you are within a year of having graduated from high school, official scores of either the SAT or ACT must also be submitted.

Programs of Study
College of Architecture, Design, and Construction Management
Wentworth’s College of Architecture, Design, and Construction Management is deeply rooted in the tradition of design, construction, and technological innovation. These core values are woven throughout the College’s departments. The degree programs seek to educate well-grounded professionals, equipping graduates with the skills and insights to make positive contributions to our environment.
 • Architecture
- Concentrations in Adaptive Interventions, Emerging Technologies, or Urbanism
• Construction Management
• Industrial Design
• Interior Design

College of Arts and Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences serves Wentworth’s entire student body through its general education curriculum as well as specialized courses in the sciences, applied mathematics, humanities, and social sciences.
• Applied Mathematics
• Business Management
- Optional concentrations in Entrepreneurship or Technology Project Management
• Computer Information Systems
• Facility Planning & Management

College of Engineering and Technology
The College of Engineering and Technology offers degree programs rooted in Wentworth’s rich tradition of project-based, experiential learning. The College strives to prepare its graduates for productive and challenging careers in private practice, industry, and government, while its programs provide a solid foundation for lifelong professional development.
• Biomedical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Computer Engineering Technology
• Computer Networking
• Computer Science
• Electrical Engineering
• Electromechanical Engineering
- Optional concentration in Biomedical System Engineering
• Electronic Engineering Technology
• Engineering—Interdisciplinary
• Mechanical Engineering

 

 

AT A GLANCE

Founded: 1904

Type: Private, coeducational

Student Body: More than 3,800 full-time undergraduate students

Majors:
• Applied Mathematics
• Architecture (concentrations in Adaptive Interventions, Emerging Technologies, or Urbanism)
• Biomedical Engineering
• Business Management (optional concentrations in Entrepreneurship or Technology Project Management)
• Civil Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Computer Engineering Technology
• Computer Information Systems
• Computer Networking
• Computer Science
• Construction Management
• Electrical Engineering
• Electromechanical Engineering (optional concentration in Biomedical Systems Engineering)
• Electronic Engineering Technology
• Engineering (Interdisciplinary)
• Facility Planning & Management
• Industrial Design
• Interior Design
• Mechanical Engineering

Architecture is a four-year bachelor’s degree followed by the opportunity to apply to a one-year Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) program. The M.Arch. program is approved by the National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB), the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (MDHE), and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

Cooperative Education: Co-op is a requirement for all majors.

Campus Life: Co-ed, on-campus residence halls (rooms or suites) and apartments

Costs:
• 2015–2016 tuition: $30,760 per academic year
• Typical room and board: $13,013 per academic year

Sports and Activities: Division III athletic teams; more than 45 student activities and chapter memberships in professional associations

Yellow Ribbon Program: Wentworth is a proud supporter of the Yellow Ribbon Program. Please visit wit.edu/yellowribbon for more information.

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