Department of Computing Science
Director of Graduate Programs: Dr. Vijay Gehlot
Affordability: Villanova has very competitive-tuition rates and provides numerous sources of funding, including assistantships, educator tuition reductions, funded research opportunities and payment options. Learn more about financing your education.
State-of-the-Art Facilities: Villanova has dedicated laboratories for intelligent systems & robotics, information visualization, multimedia, software engineering, and information retrieval, as well as systems modeling and simulation.
Learning Options: Students can choose from a wide array of courses with extensive summer offerings. Class sizes are always small. Additionally, the Department offiers a seminar series with expert speakers, click here for the CSC Colloquia Series information.
Career Connections: The Philadelphia Region is one of the largest in the U.S. with many wonderful employers who actively seek graduates of Villanova University. You can connect with employers year-round through the Department as well as through our award-winning Career Center. Learn more about opportunities for careers and professional development.
Ideal Location: Villanova’s campus location just 12 miles west of Philadelphia combines a lovely suburban setting with access to the resources of America’s fifth largest city. A quick look at the university’s profile will show you the breadth and diversity of educational activity that takes place on its beautiful campus.
Community: Founded in 1842, Villanova is a premier institution of higher education with six colleges and more than 10,000 undergraduate, graduate and law students. Guided by the Augustinian values of truth, unity, and love, Villanova University welcomes and respects members of all faiths who share an enthusiasm for the challenge of responsible and productive citizenship in order to build a just, peaceful, and sustainable world.
Because web site technology and design is an important part of our discipline, the Department of Computing Sciences has created and separately maintains its own web site to 1) provide a unique public face for the Department, 2) more in-depth information and 3) to be a valuable source for student study, experience, and projects.