Presented by Bradley Simonsen, Dan Sullivan and Molly Newcomb

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Nov 20, 2013 (3 years and 6 months ago)

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Presented by Bradley Simonsen, Dan Sullivan and Molly Newcomb


Founded in 1904


15 available areas of study


2 masters programs


3,477 full
-
time students


139 full
-
time faculty


15 intercollegiate Varsity
teams





Typically 4 year program of studies


2 semesters mandatory cooperative studies


Employed use of a three
-
part learning model


Optional additional courses offered through
The Colleges of the Fenway.


List of COF

Wentworth Institute of
Technology (WIT)

Simmons College

Massachusetts College of
Art (
MassArt
)

Emmanuel College

Massachusetts College of
Pharmacy and Health
Sciences (MCPHS)

Wheelock College




Colleges of the Fenway


Allows for a broader range of studies


Presents new opportunities to meet
other unique students


Adds cooperative studies
opportunities


Integral part of life at WIT and other
schools in the COF

-

2010
-
2011 Academic year tuition is $22,870

-
Typical room and board is $11,000

-
More than 76% of WIT students receive
financial Aid


Co
-
ed residential halls;
apartment, suite and room
style


75,000 volume library


Full
-
sized sports field


Fitness center


Bookstore


Cafeteria


Over 40 educational, social
and leadership student clubs

Department of Management Mission Statement:


“The Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM) degree is
designed to help students become leaders by acquiring knowledge
and competencies in both management and
technology.
Graduates
are prepared to create, refine, and sustain an
organization's competitive advantage by developing processes,
managing technological resources and leading its people
.”


Wentworth’s BSM program is its newest
major


Uses the three part learning model


Accredited by International Assembly for
Collegiate Business
Education (IAECB)



C
urriculum
covers finance, marketing,
operations, organizational behavior,
economics, and business
law.


For junior and senior students studying management,
business or administration


Prospective members must maintain a 3.5 grade
point average and have earned 90 credit hours



Provides a prestigious club environment with many
academic benefits

Career
Opportunities


S
ales


P
roduction
management


M
arketing


F
ield service


P
roduct
development


F
inance


Q
uality assurance


Graduates
may also
pursue advanced
degrees such as an
M.B.A. or J.D

Concentrations


Each management student
specifies a business concentration


Concentrations help narrow the
area of interest for more specialized
courses


The three concentration options:


-
Technology Management


-
Project Leadership


-
Communications


Intro. to Mass
Communication
:


-
Overview to the
mass media and the
process of mass
communication


-
Includes: historical
aspects, and the
relevance of the
mass media
messages

Courses

-
COMM 330
: Intro.
Mass
Communication


-
COMM 290:

Social Perspectives
of Journalism


-
COMM 610:
Public
Relations Writing


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COMM 580:
Society and Visual
Media

Social Perspectives of Journalism


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Develop a perspective for gathering, reporting
and disseminating news


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Learn basics of news process, history of
newspaper, television, and radio


Public Relations Writing

-
includes: public relations practitioner and media messages

-
benefits you for: press releases, public services, and public
announcements

Society and
Visual Media

Society and

Visual Media



-
media practices




-
impact on
communication




-
culture




-
society



The professional Certificate in Technical
Communication (PTC) is designed to further
develop communications skills and enhance
us to what we need to know in the business
world.

www.wit.edu