Undergraduate Engineering Programs

Villanova University’s College of Engineering emphasizes technical excellence and a liberal arts education within the framework of the University's Augustinian and Catholic traditions. We educate students to pursue both knowledge and wisdom, and to aspire to ethical and moral leadership within their chosen careers, their community and the world.

As a Villanova Engineer, you will learn to:

  • Apply scientific and mathematical concepts and principles to solve real-world problems
  • Understand the fundamentals of mathematics, physical sciences and the scientific method
  • Identify and define a problem, develop and evaluate alternative solutions, and create one or more designs to solve the problem
  • Communicate ideas and information effectively
  • Develop self-motivation to acquire knowledge and continue the learning experience
  • Become an effective member of a project team
  • Maintain high professional and ethical standards
 
Villanova University Undergraduate Engineering Students fast facts.

 

 

Villanova University Engineering Undergraduate Student Outcomes

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Accreditation

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

Mission Statement

Villanova University’s College of Engineering is committed to an educational program that emphasizes technical excellence and a liberal education within the framework of the University's Augustinian and Catholic traditions. As a community of scholars, we seek to educate students to pursue both knowledge and wisdom, and to aspire to ethical and moral leadership within their chosen careers, their community, and the world.

We value a spirit of community among all members of the college that respects academic freedom and inquiry, the discovery and cultivation of new knowledge, and continued innovation in all that we do.