Villanova University
Villanova University
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova. PA 19085
610-519-6000
Villanova University has been sponsored by the Augustinian Order since its founding in 1842. Today, the University is comprised of five colleges: Liberal Arts and Sciences (Villanova College), Engineering, School of Business (formerly known as the College of Commerce and Finance), Nursing and the School of Law. The University traces its origins to old Saint Augustine’s Church in Philadelphia, which the Augustinians founded in 1796, and to its parish school, Saint Augustine’s Academy, established in 1811.

Villanova University is a Catholic Augustinian community of higher education, committed to excellence and distinction in the discovery, dissemination and application of knowledge. Inspired by the life and teaching of Jesus Christ, the University is grounded in the wisdom of the Catholic intellectual tradition and advances a deeper understanding of the relationship between faith and reason.
Courses

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Art History
Classical Studies
Communication
Criminal Justice
Economics
Education (Secondary)
English
Environmental Studies
French and Francophone Studies
Geography
Global Interdisciplinary Studies
History
Honors Program
Humanities
Human Services
Italian
Liberal Arts
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish Studies
Theology and Religious Studies
Engineering Discipline
Chemical
Civil
Computer
Electrical 
Mechanical
Transportation
Water Resources and Environmental  
Doctoral
Biochemical Engineering      
Biotechnology       
Communication Systems Engineering     
Composites Engineering      
Computer Architecture       
Electrical Power Systems       
Electro-Mechanical Systems       
Engineering Management      
Environmental Protection in Chem Industry         
High Frequency Systems        
Intelligent Systems       
Machinery Dynamics       
Nonlinear Dynamics and Control       
Sustainable Engineering       
Thermofluid Systems       
Urban Water Resources Design      
Wireless and Digital Communications

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