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Institute’s CM Program is Best in U.S., Says College Factual
July 10, 2017
Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Construction Management Program has been ranked number one in the country by College Factual, ahead of 33 other colleges and universities offering programs in the field.
The 2017 ranking cited “superior outcomes” at Wentworth for students earning Construction Management degrees.
“Based upon PayScale survey data, a student who graduates from WIT with a degree in construction management will make average early-career earnings of $52,000 and average mid-career earnings of $91,000,” the College Factual website reads. “This is 30.7 percent above the national average of all graduates who make $40,000 in their early career. It is also 34.3 percent above the average graduate's mid-career salary of $67,000.”
Based in Troy, N.Y., College Factual characterizes itself as a leading source of college data analytics and insights, with a strong focus on student outcomes. According to its website, the College Factual mission is to “help all types of students discover their best-fit college and major so they can enjoy their college experience and graduate with less debt.”
College Factual provides coverage for over 2,500 colleges and universities, 350 college majors, for students in over 160 countries.
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