Undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering Program

Undergraduate Programs

The College of Engineering offers full-time academic programs leading to a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering. A 4.5-year program leading to a dual major in Computer and Electrical Engineering also is available.

Through a 5-year program, students may be able to obtain a Bachelor and Master of Science in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering. A Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering and a Master’s in Cybersecurity can also be earned in five years. 

Undergraduate Programs
Undergraduate Programs

Where Are They Now?

2017 graduates from Villanova’s Electrical and Computer Engineering program are working in a number of fields and continuing their education at a variety of impressive schools. Here is just a sampling: 

  • Associate Member Engineer, Lockheed Martin, Moorestown, NJ
  • Electrical Engineer 1, Harris Corporation, Melbourne, FL
  • Management Consultant, Dayblink Consulting, Tysons Corner, VA
  • Management Development Program, Brooks Instrument, Hatfield, PA
  • MS in Cybersecurity, Villanova University. 
  • PhD in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
  • Submarine Warfare Officer, U.S. Navy
  • Technical Sales Engineer, Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX


The undergraduate programs in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

Department Mission Statement

In order to graduate computer engineering students and electrical engineering students who can succeed in their chosen careers, our core educational philosophy is built on: 

  • Strong Fundamentals: A solid understanding of fundamental engineering principles and problem solving, along with strong technical knowledge and skills within the chosen discipline. 
  • Multidisciplinary Perspective: Engagement of technical knowledge with the wider community.  
  • Leadership Ability: Leadership and effective team skills lead to success within diverse, multidisciplinary settings.