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COLLEGE OF

ENGINEERING


The Future of Ӱԭ Engineering

Opening in Fall 2024, the 150,000-square-foot expansion of the Center for Engineering Education and Research (CEER) will usher in a new era for the College of Engineering, furthering its commitment to igniting change through interdisciplinary research and innovative teaching and learning.

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EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS

DEPARTMENTS

Four academic departments are home to undergraduate and graduate programs and 70+ full-time faculty.

RESEARCH

Faculty and students engage in research in 7 centers of excellence and several specialty areas.

BACHELOR'S

Pursue your BS or 5-year BS/MS in Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering.

MASTER'S

Advance your career with one of 9 part-time or full-time grad programs—available on campus or online.

DOCTORAL

Our distinctive PhD program educates highly qualified scholars for academia, industry and government.

CERTIFICATE

Earn your graduate certificate in one of 15+ programs; most can be completed entirely online.

THE VILLANOVA ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE

 

 

ENGINEERING AT A GLANCE

98.2%

SUCCESSFUL UNDERGRADUATE PLACEMENT RATE

  

90%

WHO WANT AN INTERNSHIP HAVE AT LEAST ONE

  

483

GRADUATE STUDENTS

  

88%

OF MASTER'S STUDENTS GRADUATE WITHIN 3 YEARS

  

35%

FEMALE ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATES

  

93.3%

FRESHMAN-TO-SOPHOMORE RETENTION RATE

  

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ENGINEERING NEWS

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Ӱԭ Engineering Students Tackle Water and Sanitation Challenges in Uganda

Led by Assistant Professor Kelly Good, PhD, PE, Associate Professor Virginia Smith, PhD, and Professor Rob Traver, PhD, PE, the group met with residents and visited project sites in pursuit of developing a solar-powered well pump system to expand residents’ water access and designing safer latrines for students at a local school.

FEBRUARY 12, 2024

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Northrup Grumman Foundation Grant projects

Northrop Grumman Grant Supports Humanitarian Engineering Projects Within Navajo Nation

The College of Engineering’s Center for Humanitarian Engineering and International Development is widely recognized for its international service-learning programs. Now, thanks to the ongoing support of Northrop Grumman, the center has established its first domestic initiative with partners from the Four Corners region of the Navajo Nation.

FEBRUARY 7, 2024

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Two Ӱԭ Engineering Alumni Named to 2024 Forbes 30 Under 30 List

Shannon Rhodes ’16 CpE, senior director of connected devices for the NBA, was named to Forbes’ Sports list, while Adam Butchy, PhD, ’16 ChE was included on Forbes’ Healthcare list as a co-founder of HEARTio.

DECEMBER 6, 2023

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Postdoc Dieter Bender Receives Early Career Investigator Award from American Heart Association

Dr. Bender’s research investigates data from the commonly used pulse oximeter to determine whether the device could indicate the effectiveness of CPR, specifically in children.

NOVEMBER 13, 2023

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Ӱԭ Engineers Awarded Major Research Instrumentation Grant by National Science Foundation

Ӱԭ Engineers Awarded Major Research Instrumentation Grant by National Science Foundation

The three-year, $1.4 million grant will fund the installation and upkeep of a unidirectional sediment-feed tilting flume. The device will serve a wide scope of hydrology research projects and experiments for Ӱԭ researchers as well as national and international partners in academia, water utilities and engineering firms.

OCTOBER 19, 2023

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