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Villanova’s College of Professional Studies (CPS) provides an academically rigorous education to high achieving adults who are balancing educational and professional aspirations with life’s commitments.
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Through a variety of education pathways, CPS enables students to enrich their lives, enhance their value in the workplace and pursue new careers.
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EXPLORE CPS PROGRAMS
These days, human resources professionals wear many different hats. HR professionals are a business’ GPS, guiding them down the right path to success and ensuring they follow directions to the letter. Hear from three faculty helping to teach or develop courses in the new undergraduate Human Resource Management major for adult students about what skills will help you get ahead in this critical field.
ABA Legal Rebels Podcast
Villanova law professor Michele Pistone discusses the creation and components of the VIISTA program, the diverse backgrounds of students it has attracted so far, and the types of work that the program's initial graduates are undertaking.
At the end of the spring semester, the Paralegal Professional certificate program within Villanova’s College of Professional Studies awarded two of its outstanding participants with the Paralegal Distinguished Student Award. Among students studying in the Part-time Evening Program, completed online over a nine-month period, Patricia Milnamow was awarded. Christine Pratt was honored among the program’s Full-Time Day Program.
Six out of every 10 migrants appear in immigration court without a lawyer, yet are 12 times more likely to be granted relief when they have representation. Villanova law professor Michele Pistone is meeting this need—and revolutionizing the immigration legal system—with her program that trains non-lawyers to represent migrants in court.