E-Learning: Earn Your Graduate Engineering Degree Online

Through our E-Learning program, professors and students who are separated by physical distance are able to bridge the instructional gap and can complete a graduate engineering degree entirely online. Whether you are pursuing a graduate certificate or a master’s degree, our online degree program provides the flexibility you need, without compromising the quality of your education.

E-Learning students have identical course material, instructors and semester pacing as students in the on-campus classroom. In fact, because our program is synchronous, you’re welcome to attend class on campus whenever your schedule permits!

Your diploma will not indicate that you completed your degree via "E-Learning," it will simply reflect that you earned your degree from Villanova University’s College of Engineering.

Online Program Features:

  • Participate in real-time by logging in from anywhere in the world with internet access.
  • Access archived class material at your convenience, 24/7.
  • Download class material so you can review it anywhere – no connection required.
  • Earn your degree entirely online or supplement online courses with those on campus.
  • Access your lectures years from now. Your class is a virtual reference library.
  • How it Works
  • Sample Course Presentations


Online Degrees Available via E-Learning*

Important Notices for Online Prospective and Current Students

The following includes important information regarding the University’s authorization status, students’ responsibilities related to relocation and programs leading to professional licensures, and the complaint process for online students.

Read the Notices for Distance Education Programs

For Current Students

Technical "how-to" information for the College of Engineering's E-Learning program.


Jeff Schwarz, Director of E-Learning


"I'm going to watch the lecture later tonight - the advantage of your technology!  This format is the only way I'm able to do this program.  Working full time, wife, house, one year old....I never thought a 'real'' masters would be an option for me."
-Keith Ottes '10 MSWRE