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Wentworth Ranked Near Top Nationally by College Factual for CM, Architecture

September 13, 2017

Institute is Also #71 Among ‘Best Regional Universities (North)’ in U.S. News Rankings

The 2018 U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” rankings have been released. Wentworth is ranked #71 in the “Best Regional Universities (North)” category, tied with Keene State College, St. Joseph's College New York, and SUNY-Plattsburg.

In U.S. News’ “Best Engineering Programs (at engineering schools whose highest degree is a bachelor’s or master’s)” category, Wentworth is ranked #44, tied with several other schools.

In the 2018 College Factual (CF) rankings, Wentworth's Construction Management program was ranked second out of 34 nationwide.  

 “The key to our success is that we are always pushing forward, finding new ways to educate our students ahead of the curve and position them for rewarding careers in the industry at the undergraduate and graduate level,” said Scott Sumner, chair of the Construction Management Department. He said Wentworth’s new Bond Virtual Design and Construction Lab is a prime example of the university’s “unrelenting focus on innovation.”

For 2018, Wentworth was also named by CF as one of the best schools in the United States for veterans studying construction management, and was ranked number one in Massachusetts in that category.

The Construction Management program was ranked first among colleges and universities reviewed by CF for veteran friendliness in Massachusetts. Wentworth has achieved that CF ranking two years in a row.

College Factual also ranked Wentworth's Architecture program fourth out of 93 schools nationwide.

In that category for 2018, Wentworth climbed 34 spots over the previous year's ranking of #38.

Wentworth's Architecture program was ranked second in the state of Massachusetts. Wentworth has achieved that ranking two years in a row.

“Wentworth’s Architecture program offers an outstanding faculty, great work experience through our co-op program, and extensive opportunities for global travel and study abroad,” said Charles Hotchkiss, dean of the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction Management.

“With Boston’s rich architectural resources at our doorstep, Wentworth is really the complete package.”

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