GRADUATE ENGINEERING STUDIES
Flexibility and academic reputation are the top two reasons students choose Villanova Engineering to pursue their graduate studies. Whether you’re interested in earning your graduate degree full time, part time, on campus or online, Villanova’s College of Engineering has an option to meet your needs. Choose from one of nine masters programs, 15+ graduate certificates and a growing PhD program.
Enjoy personalized attention with small class sizes and hands-on research opportunities. Full-time graduate students work closely with our dedicated expert faculty on solving some of the world’s greatest challenges.
Through our state-of-the-art E-Learning program, students can choose to stream classes live or view a recorded lecture at their convenience. All graduate students have online access to course material 24/7.
Working professionals appreciate the flexible nature of our graduate programs. Students can take classes online or on campus.
Students may earn a certificate independently or as part of their coursework for their graduate degree.
We prepare scholars, teachers and leaders for academia and industry in contemporary and emerging engineering fields. Scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships are available for full-time students.
INDIVIDUAL COURSE OPTION
Determine how graduate classes will fit into your schedule before applying. You can take up to two courses before you’re required to submit an application.
STUDENTS ACCESS ONLINE CONTENT
GRADUATE WITHIN 3 YEARS
RECEIVE SOME FORM OF REIMBURSEMENT FROM THEIR EMPLOYER
“I was able to secure a new position in Silicon Valley as a Senior Security Engineer thanks to the connections I made at Villanova.”
Chad Yantorno, Senior Systems Security Engineer, Salesforce (MS in Cybersecurity)
“Great peers, excellent faculty and unique research scopes.”
Humaira Monowara Jahangiri, Water Resources Engineer, OHM Advisors (MS in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering)
“The Sustainable Engineering program teaches a holistic approach to sustainability, which emphasizes more than just technical and environmental issues.”
Alicia Piscatelli, Master’s in Sustainable Engineering, current PhD student