Call today for more information 888-VITERBO (888-848-3726)
When it comes to advancing your education and career, Viterbo is…your Center for Adult Learning
Complete your degree in the classroom or online.
Viterbo offers working adults the opportunity to earn their associate degree in general studies, or complete a bachelor’s degree in business, nursing, health care, substance abuse counseling, leadership, and technology. Viterbo’s Center for Adult Learning offers a specialized learning environment tailored specifically for working adults. With classes offered on campus in the evenings, at outreaching sites around Wisconsin, and online, there's sure to be a format that will fit your busy work and family schedules.
Start planning your education and career advancement today. Classes begin every eight weeks, so you could be on your way to completing your degree very soon!
We are now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year.
We have three start dates: August, January, and May
Learn more at the next Adult Education Fair
Join us at our next Adult Education Fair. If you can't attend, please call us to discuss any of our adult education programs at 888-VITERBO (888-848-3276) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016-2017 Fair Schedule:
Thursday, October 20 • 4–6 p.m.
Viterbo University Reinhart Center Board Room
Meet with advisors and find out: Can you afford it, can you manage it, and how long will it take?
Financial aid: counselor available from 4–6 p.m.
Credit for Prior Learning
You now have the ability to receive college-level credit for your previous work and life experience. Learn more here: Credit for Prior Learning.
Classroom Based or Hybrid* Programs
Fully Online Programs
- Accounting Degree Completion
- Associate of Arts/Science
- BSN Completion
- Health Care Management
- Management Information Systems
- Organizational Management
- Professional Studies
*Hybrid programs have classroom based courses and some online courses. BSN-Completion nursing classes are classroom-based, while all core classes are held online.
Access to a highly functional personal computer and high speed Internet is necessary. See computer specifications for complete information. In addition, to be a successful online learner, it’s important to have an understanding of basic computer skills and programs. See the following online course (https://www.wisc-online.com/courses/computerskills) which provides FREE and easy to navigate modules to learn various computer skills.
For more information regarding the programs, contact the Center for Adult Learning at Viterbo University by emailing email@example.com or, calling 1-888-VITERBO (1-888-848-3726). Or, visit one of our program pages and submit your contact information on our "Request Information" form.