UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS IN COMPUTING SCIENCES
Our undergraduate programs provide a thorough foundation in the principles and practices of computing, paving the way for a successful career and/or graduate studies.
Computer science students explore a broad spectrum of computing technologies and concepts. This program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET.
WHY COMPUTING SCIENCES?
Our students are involved in cutting-edge research at Villanova working with professors on projects such as wearable tech, software refactoring and network load balancing "on the edge." Current work in artificial intelligence includes projects in machine learning, natural language processing and computer vision.
Our Vatican Internship Program, established in 2003, places students within various offices in and around the Vatican to work on website development, compatibility modifications, network modeling, virtual reality projects and more.
For more that 20 years, our department has maintained relationships with several Philadelphia junior high and high schools, providing them refurbished computers and education about computational thinking, coding and computer programming.
The interdisciplinary Center for Excellence in Enterprise Technology is dedicated to distinction in the discovery, dissemination and application of knowledge and solutions to contemporary software challenges. Home to the University’s CAVE—an immersive, virtual reality facility—the Center promotes interactive learning across the University and through external academic and industry partnerships.