The College of Professional Studies provides an academically rigorous education to high achieving adults who are balancing educational and professional aspirations with life’s commitments.
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CPS offers students a variety of pathways to enrich their lives, enhance their value in the workplace and pursue new careers.
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Villanova University College of Professional Studies (CPS) graduates celebrated the culmination of years, and in some cases many years, of commitment and hard work when they walked across the stage at Villanova’s 2019 Commencement ceremony on May 15.
Innovation and creativity have always been desirable traits, positively impacting the ability of organizations to be forward-thinking and successful. But, in the global context of the 21st century, they have now become essential, according to a number of surveys of company leaders, including Fortune 500 executives. Developing these traits is also the basis for a new online course, “Cultivating Innovation and Creative Thinking in the Workplace.”
Mike Palladino, a professor in Villanova University’s College of Professional Studies (CPS) and Head, Agile Center of Excellence at Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceuticals, has given dynamic presentations all over the globe on using Agile to adapt project management for the fourth industrial revolution. As an instructor, he brings the same interactive teaching methods and individual attention to his classes.
College of Professional Studies (CPS) students Vince Amabile and Priscilla Holmes were recently inducted into the Tau Phi Chapter Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. To receive this honor, inductees must have earned a minimum of 12 credits in history, maintained a minimum 3.1 GPA in history courses, maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0, and must be ranked in the top 35% of their class.