Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Business faculty member mentors student innovator on product idea.

Wentworth provides opportunities for you to be creative and entrepreneurial, identifying and fulfilling critical needs with innovative ideas and solutions that enable you to make an impact on the world.

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Focused Academics

Architecture faculty members works with student on design.

Wentworth’s academic offerings are rigorous, relevant, and experiential. Our programs emphasize both curricular and extracurricular learning, enabling you to collaborate on projects with peers from different majors – just as you would in the workplace.

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Cooperative Education

Construction management students using survey equipment.

All students complete a minimum of two semesters of cooperative learning, applying classroom knowledge in real-world environments. Through co-ops, you will learn to think on your feet as you work on actual projects.

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Collaboration & Partnerships

Wentworth student provides instruction to elementary school students.

Wentworth collaborates with a host of universities, corporations, and community partners on a wide range of projects. These opportunities provide you with hands-on experience as well as important professional connections.

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Ideal Location

Landmark Boston buildings, viewed from campus.

The Wentworth campus is a comfortable oasis within a world-class center of technology, business, and culture. Some of the most respected institutions of higher learning, medicine, and finance are based in Boston.

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Wentworth News

Students who commute to campus by bicycle now have a safe place to store their bikes, as a new shelter outside Beatty Hall is now open.
Applauding her “energetic, entrepreneurial, and ambitious leadership style,” the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) on Jan. 25 presented Wentworth President Zorica Pantić with its District 1 Chief Executive Leadership Award.
In the wake of the national holiday that celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr., the Center for Diversity and Social Justice asked these questions, and many more, during their “Talk Tuesday” event.

"I love designing things, and I felt good thinking about creating a product that puts smiles on people’s faces."

Townes Gibson
Industrial Design Student
Townes Gibson Voice

Townes Gibson

Industrial Design

Townes Gibson, an Industrial Design student, spent his fall semester at LovePop, a Boston-based greeting card company that specializes in three-dimensional imagery that “pops up” as a person opens a card. One of the design challenges in a LovePop card is its level of intricacy. Each laser-cut card contains complex pieces that must display a high level of detail while also folding back into place when the card is closed without damaging the design. “It’s highly engineered,” Gibson says. “And we’ve definitely drawn some inspiration from origami.”