3,800
Total Students
2,500
Full-time undergraduate
14:1
Student to teacher ratio
90%
Of faculty hold PhDs
60+
Undergraduate student clubs and organizations
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Four Colleges

Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, and Pharmacy—plus a School of Law

3,800 total students

(2,500 full-time undergraduate)

14:1

student to teacher ratio

90%

of faculty hold PhDs

More than 60

undergraduate student clubs and organizations

Accreditation

Western New England University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The College of Business is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Biomedical, Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering undergraduate programs are accredited by the EAC Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
The Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering undergraduate degree programs are following the application process for accreditation as outlined by ABET, Inc. The Social Work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. The College of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy program has been granted Candidate status by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. The doctoral program in Behavior Analysis has been accredited by the Association of Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) (2019-2014). The School of Law is accredited by the American Bar Association.
Fewer than 5% of business schools
worldwide are accredited by AACSB
International.
Location
Springfield offers the beauty of New England’s four seasons—from stunning fall foliage to snowy winters and warm springs and summers. The region offers many opportunities to experience American music and culture. You can also drive to the mountains, the beach, or Boston or New York City.
Air travel to campus is accessed via Bradley International Airport in nearby Hartford, Connecticut or Logan Airport in Boston.
Undergraduate Majors

College of Arts and Sciences

• Actuarial Science
• American Studies
• Biology
• Chemistry
• Communication
. Journalism
. Media Theory and Production
. Professional Communication
. Public Relations
• Computer Science
• Creative Writing
• Criminal Justice
. Crime and Society
. Criminal Investigation
. Terrorism and Homeland Security
• Economics
• Education
. Elementary
. Secondary
• English
• Five year Bachelor/MS in Organizational Leadership
• Forensic Biology
• Forensic Chemistry
• Health Sciences
• History
• Information Technology
• International Studies
• Law and Society
• Mathematical Sciences
• Neuroscience
• Philosophy
• Political Science
• Pre-Occupational Therapy
• Pre-pharmacy
• Pre-physician Assistant
• Psychology
• Social Work
• Sociology
. Crime and Society
• Five-year Bachelor/MBA
• Pre-Optometry
• 3+3 Bachelor/Law Program

College of Business

• Accounting
• Arts and Entertainment Management
• Business Analytics and Information Management
• Entrepreneurship
• Finance
• General Business
. Business Law and Human Resources
• International Business
• Management and Leadership
• Marketing
• Marketing Communication/ Advertising
• Pharmaceutical Business
• Sport Management
• Five-year Bachelor/MBA
• Five-year Bachelor/MSA
• Five year Bachelor/MS in Organizational Leadership
• 3+3 Bachelor/Law Program

College of Engineering

• Biomedical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
. Civil
. Environmental
. Reservoir
• Computer Engineering
• Electrical Engineering
• Industrial Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
. Green
. Mechanical
. Mechatronics
• Five-year Bachelor/MBA
• Five-year Bachelor/MSEM
• Five-year BSEE/MSEE
• Five-year BSME/MSME
• Six-year Engineering/Law

College of Pharmacy

• PharmD
• PharmD/MBA

Pre-professional Studies

• Pre-law
• Pre-medicine
• Pre-pharmacy

School of Law

• Six-year Engineering/Law
• 3+3 Bachelor/Law Program
Graduate Majors

College of Arts and Sciences

• Master of Arts in Communication “Online”
• Master of Arts in English for Teachers
• Master of Arts in Mathematics for Teachers
• Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction “Online”
• Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing “Online”
• Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis
• Doctor of Philosophy in Behavior Analysis

College of Business

• Master of Business Administration
• Master of Science in Accounting “Online”
. Forensic Accounting/Fraud Investigation
• Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
• Master of Science in Sport Leadership and Coaching

College of Engineering

• Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
• Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
• Mechatronics
• Master of Science in Engineering Management
• Master of Science in Engineering Management/MBA
• Master of Science in Industrial Engineering
• Master of Science in Civil Engineering
• PhD in Engineering Management

College of Pharmacy

• PharmD
• PharmD/MBA

School of Law

• Juris Doctorate (JD)
• JD/MBA
• JD/MSA
• ​Master of Science in Law
Outcomes &Internships
In a survey of the Class of 2013, 92% were employed/offered employment within six months of graduation. Others were enrolled in graduate school.
More than 1,000 internship sponsors From the Metropolitan Opera to Coca Cola, Western New England connects our students to internships to help them explore career paths and gain marketable skills.
In the Engineering Senior Design Project, undergraduate students conduct original research projects often sponsored by industry or medical organizations.

Some of the places our students have gotten jobs include:

• LEGO
• Aetna
• UTC Aerospace Systems
• General Electric
• PricewaterhouseCoopers
• Walt Disney World
• Coca-Cola
• Department of Homeland Security
• Cigna
• Pratt and Whitney
Student Life

Be a Part of Our Friendly Community

Everything you need-residence halls, classrooms, labs, the gym, the library, and most important of all, the dining hall and food court is within easy reach.
Housing options range from double occupancy rooms for first year students to apartments and townhouses for upperclassmen.

Annual traditions on campus include:

WNEpalooza Music Fest
Homecoming
World Food Fest
Midnight Madness
Family and Friends Weekend
October’s Freak, Winter, and Spring Week!

Zipcars on Campus Get You Where You Want to Go

Zipcars are an affordable, self-service car sharing solution for Western New England students.
International Student and Scholar Services are here to help Learn More
How to Apply

Submit your application

• Undergraduate (bachelor’s) students can apply at https://apply.wne.edu/
Submit official or attested transcripts
Submit proof of English proficiency
Submit required financial documentation
Submit additional materials as required:
We offer Undergraduate International Student Scholarships that range from $8,000 to $21,000 based on your academic profile Learn More
Our graduate tuition rates are among the most affordable in the region! Learn More

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