College of Professional and Continuing Education
College Vision and Mission Statement
By committing to serve the needs of part-time students, alumni, employers, and the community we live in, the College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) is the gateway to lifelong learning. CPCE is recognized as a leader in providing part-time educational opportunities as well as corporate training, and continuing education in management, the build environment, and in STEM fields. The success of our alumni provides abundant testimony to the strength of our educational programs, and our commitment to providing our communities and employers with a talented and prepared workforce. The college will continue to develop new initiatives to serve the needs of changing industries.
Lifelong learning is a tradition at Wentworth Institute of Technology. The College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) is committed to helping students achieve their educational and career goals with part-time evening, weekend, and online courses designed to accommodate their busy lifestyles. In addition to our degree programs, the College works directly with corporations, industry experts, and our community in developing specific educational programs that address the needs of our professional students. Students applying for associate, bachelor's, master’s degrees, or certificate programs are academically counseled and considered for admission by the College.
Wentworth has a long tradition of offering specialized workforce training and development programs to people in various technical fields. Certificates, training, and seminars provided through CPCE are rigorous and relevant to the industry. Taught by instructors who are active and experienced in their disciplines, these courses provide students with the experience and credentials needed to make them competitive in today's job market. Several programs offer skills for licensing and certification. Students who have successfully completed a professional certificate program are eligible for transfer credit in specific CPCE degree programs. Please view the CPCE website or call CPCE at (617) 989-4300 for information on upcoming courses and programs of study.
- Associate Degree Programs
- Bachelor Degree Programs
- Master Degree Programs
- Undergraduate Professional Certificates
- Non-Credit (CEU) Certificates
- Workforce Training Programs: Non-Credit (CEU) Courses