Villanova University Academic Programs and Majors

Listed below are the majors and degrees offered by each of the colleges at Villanova.

COLLEGE OF
LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Bachelor of Science degree

Interdisciplinary Concentrations

Minors (excluding areas listed as degrees or concentrations)

HEALTH SCIENCE AFFILIATION PROGRAMS

(Available to US citizens and Permanent Residents)

 

VILLANOVA
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Bachelor of Business Administration

Minors (excluding areas listed as degrees or concentrations)

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Bachelor of Science Degree

Undergraduate applicants for admission must have successfullycompleted a high school physics course as a pre-requisite for admission for the College of Engineering.

Minors (excluding areas listed as degrees or concentrations)

COLLEGE OF NURSING

Bachelor of Science Degree

Minors (excluding areas listed as degrees or concentrations)

  • Global Health

Accelerated Bachelor and Master's Degree Programs

  • Applied Statistics
  • BA/JD ***
  • Biology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Classical Studies
  • Communication
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computing Science
  • Education (Secondary)
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Hispanic Studies
  • Human Resource Development
  • Liberal Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Nursing
  • Political Science
  • Public Administration
  • Psychology
  • Software Engineering
  • Theology 

* Degree can also be completed as a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science.

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Why Villanova?

My experience at Villanova has been an education of the person, not just the development of the intellect. Students don’t just learn, they understand, whether it happens through service, both local and abroad, through classroom participation, through activity leadership. The experience doesn’t stop at the classroom door. Your diploma is not an empty paper trophy when you’re through, but a sign marking the path you have chosen to take your life.

Ana-Gabriela Bornancini
English and Spanish double major