• Computer Science student Robert Moss poses for a photo with American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson at the 2014 American Physical Society meeting in Savannah, Georgia.

    American Physical Society Photo Op

    Computer Science student Robert Moss poses for a photo with American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson at the 2014 American Physical Society meeting in Savannah, Georgia.

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  • Student Robert Moss (left) and Professors Jame's O'Brien (center) and Franz Rueckert (right) were invited to present their research and teaching methods at the American Physical Society (APS) 2014 meeting in Savannah, Georgia.

    Three Wentworth Representatives at APS

    Student Robert Moss (left) and Professors Jame's O'Brien (center) and Franz Rueckert (right) were invited to present their research and teaching methods at the American Physical Society (APS) 2014 meeting in Savannah, Georgia.

  • Professor Ridge's Engineering Physics students study Newton's Laws by launching balloon rockets and conducting video analysis.

    Balloon Rockets

    Professor Ridge's Engineering Physics students study Newton's Laws by launching balloon rockets and conducting video analysis.

  • Conceptual Physics students create Rube Goldberg machines to showcase their mastery of physics principles.

    Rube Goldberg Gone Wild!

    Conceptual Physics students create Rube Goldberg machines to showcase their mastery of physics principles.

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  • Engineering Chemistry students construct a passive hot air solar panel out of recycled soda cans.

    Professor Harney's Green Technology Project

    Engineering Chemistry students construct a passive hot air solar panel out of recycled soda cans.

Welcome

Science courses comprise part of the core of each Wentworth student's college program. Our departmental offerings are designed to help facilitate student success across all programs at the Institute.  

Click below to see information about Sciences minors.

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