Welcome to Villanova University College of Engineering, ranked #11 in the country by U.S. News & World Report (2015) for engineering schools awarding primarily bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Since 1905, Villanova’s College of Engineering has educated technically competent, socially responsible, “whole brain” engineers.
In February, the College of Engineering hosted its second annual Alternative Career Paths Alumni Panel on the topic of “Engineers in the Consulting Sector.” As part of an initiative to enhance the professional development of undergraduates, these panels are intended to increase awareness of career paths that are not traditionally associated with engineering. read more
As evidenced by his impressive biography, Moeness Amin, PhD, is accustomed to a fair amount of recognition for his expertise and the seminal contributions of Villanova University’s Center for Advanced Communications of which he is director. read more
Villanova University’s College of Engineering has received four leadership gifts totaling $21.5 million, as part of the University’s $600 million Comprehensive Capital Campaign, “For the Greater Great®: The Villanova Campaign to Ignite Change.” read more
The relationship between Villanova University’s College of Engineering and Panama started with Father Wally Kasuboski, a priest in the tiny village of Wacuco, and dates back to the early 1990s. Over the years, faculty and students have helped to build churches, chapels and water distribution systems in support of Father Wally’s mission to help the people of Panama live longer, healthier lives. read more
Though no Villanova classes were scheduled on Saturday, March 21, more than 150 students and several faculty members were involved in engineering lessons in Tolentine Hall and the Center for Engineering Education and Research (CEER). read more