Welcome to Villanova University College of Engineering, ranked #11 in the country by U.S. News & World Report (2015) for engineering schools awarding primarily bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Since 1905, Villanova’s College of Engineering has educated technically competent, socially responsible, “whole brain” engineers.
When it launched in January 2010, Villanova’s Master of Science in Sustainable Engineering (MSSE) program was the first of its kind in the nation. Five years on and more than 60 graduates later it remains at the forefront of this increasingly vital field, training engineers and scientists to apply a whole-systems approach to problem-solving through a life-cycle lens. read more
Villanova University began a partnership with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in 2005 and, since that time, has worked collaboratively to advance global solidarity through education, research, advocacy and service. read more
Developed in response to the rising demand for engineers in a leadership capacity with expertise in sustainability, Villanova University College of Engineering has launched what is the only program of its kind: a unique and differentiated engineering doctoral program in the area of Sustainable Engineering. read more
Stephen Jones, PhD, Associate Dean of Student & Strategic Programs and Frank Hampton, PhD, assistant professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, led Villanova University’s inaugural NovaEDGE program this July. read more
Villanova University’s C. Nataraj, PhD, professor of Mechanical Engineering and the Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Moritz Sr. Endowed Chair in Engineered Systems, has been awarded $625,124 from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) for “Hybrid diagnostic algorithms for higher order nonlinear systems.” read more
Villanova University’s G. F. “Jerry” Jones, PhD, Senior Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research, College of Engineering, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, has been elected to serve as chairman of the Franklin Institute Committee on Science and the Arts. read more