Welcome to Villanova University College of Engineering, ranked #11 in the country by U.S. News & World Report (2016) for engineering schools awarding primarily bachelor’s and master’s degrees. This is the College’s 17th consecutive year in the top 15.
Since 1905, Villanova’s College of Engineering has educated technically competent, socially responsible, “whole brain” engineers.
Undergraduate research opportunities are among the many distinguishing features of a Villanova Engineering education. Within the College of Engineering, students participate in undergraduate thesis projects, summer research internships or fellowships, faculty research, and externally-sponsored projects completed in collaboration with industry and government agencies. read more
Innovation and entrepreneurship are integral parts of society that keep our culture progressing forward. read more
NovaCANE (Villanova Community Action by New Engineers), a STEM outreach program in Villanova’s College of Engineering, was founded by Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor and Chairman David Dinehart, PhD, in 2009. read more
In September 2015, ECE 3500: Electronic Materials and Devices became the first course at Villanova University to utilize the new virtual reality CAVE facility housed in Falvey Memorial Library. read more
Four the past four years, Villanova University Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Ahmad Hoorfar, PhD, director of the Antenna Research Laboratory, has been working on wideband low-profile antennas that provide electronic warfare, jamming and communication capabilities for fiberglass ballistic and blast-resistant armor panels. read more
Villanova University earned the top spot in the Regional University–North category by U.S. News & World Report for the 23rd consecutive year and placed among the top engineering programs in the country in the publication’s annual “America’s Best Colleges” rankings, released Wednesday. read more