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Engineering is a technologically driven field where the skills needed are constantly changing. That is why Wentworth School of Engineering emphasizes how to think and how to learn. Our curriculum fuses theory, simulations, and experiments through a lab-intensive and project-based curriculum that teaches creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving. With 32 engineering laboratories, our students learn through doing.
The School of Engineering's mission is to empower, inspire and innovate through experiential learning and a student-centered approach to education. Our faculty members include those with significant industrial, consulting, entrepreneurial, and project management experience and help prepare students for making the transition from school to the real world.
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Wentworth engineering students have access to cutting-edge labs on our Boston campus.
Computer Engineering: $69,000
Electromechanical Engineering $77,300
Mechanical Engineering $70,000
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Five centimeters is the size of a AA battery, two quarters, and a single matchstick.
Wentworth Institute of Technology students gathered inside and outside of Tansey Gym to show off their monthslong projects including robotics, vehicles, and cooking apparatuses.
This event features the final work of junior and senior project teams across all engineering disciplines.
Students in Wentworth's School of Engineering worked with Teradyne, an automatic test equipment designer and manufacturer, to help address an issue the company was having with downtime on a test procedure.
Jakub Bzura looks at a Tesla on the road a little differently than most.
“My instinct is to check the panel gaps and look for serial numbers to see if I remember any of them,” he says.
The Center for Engineering, Innovation and Sciences (CEIS) played host May 30 to an event that looked at the many ways Wentworth students and partners are using civil engineering to positively impact the world.
A multi-disciplinary student team comprised of members from Wentworth Institute of Technology, Auburn University and Arizona State University took second place in the inaugural 2020 Datathon Competition.
Dr. José Sánchez has been named Wentworth Institute of Technology’s new Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science. He will officially begin on July 1.