Programs of undergraduate study in the various colleges lead to the following degrees:
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (www.artsci.villanova.edu): Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor of Arts, Honors; Bachelor of Science, Honors; Associate of Arts (only offered to students enrolled in Villanova’s Program at SCI Phoenix).
College of Engineering (https://www1.villanova.edu/university/engineering.html): Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Honors; Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Honors; Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, Honors, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Honors, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Honors.
School of Business (https://www1.villanova.edu/university/business.html): Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Administration, Honors.
College of Nursing (https://www1.villanova.edu/university/nursing.html): Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Honors.
College of Professional Studies (https://www1.villanova.edu/university/professional-studies.html): Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Bachelor of Arts, Associate of Arts, Associate of Science. Students may also pursue selected Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Majors will be listed on the transcript, not on the diploma. To qualify for the Bachelor's Degree, the student must have completed successfully one of the four-year courses of study as specified by the University together with other work assigned. The awarding of the degree is conditioned not upon the attainment of any fixed number of credit hours, but upon the satisfactory completion of all the studies prescribed for the degree sought. Details are available in each college's sections of this Catalog.
Normally, a student may receive only ONE degree, regardless of how many majors they earn. Students who have completed all the requirements for two or more degrees – e.g., B.B.A. and B.A, or B.A. and B.S.. – must choose which degree to take – unless they have completed 43 or more additional credits beyond the greater of the two program credit requirements, in which case they may receive two degrees and two diplomas. Multiple majors, regardless of college, will appear on a student’s transcript. The College Dean will be responsible for the proper counting of credits and for determining whether a given student will receive more than one degree/diploma.