Education at Viterbo

Viterbo’s education programs graduate exceptional professionals who are ready to make a difference in the classroom and in the lives of their students.

Hands On

Students learn to use the tools and technology needed to succeed in the classroom and develop their own teaching methods using the teaching laboratory. Students build digital and personal resumes, hone their interviewing skills, and learn to search for their ideal job.

Mentoring

Viterbo features small classes taught by faculty members dedicated to student success. They provide leadership and serve as an excellent example for the educators of tomorrow.

Numbers Matter

Viterbo education students pass their licensure exams at a rate 20 percent above the state average.

Professional

Education students learn the skills needed to nurture and enrich young minds and build community, making them very effective professional educators the day they graduate.

Cooperative

Viterbo education students and graduates are part of a professional community that promotes lifelong learning and community engagement. Faculty members have extensive experience in the classroom and are dedicated to graduating teachers who are ethical leaders and exceptional educators.

Real World Experience

Experience matters at Viterbo University. That is why Viterbo education students begin their field experience their first year on campus. Strong community and educational partnerships allow students to hone their skills in a variety of classroom environments.

 

 

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The Viterbo experience includes inspiring faculty, a mentoring approach, wide-ranging experiences on campus and in the community, and help landing jobs. It is our career-ready focus that prepares students for rewarding and fulfilling careers and lives. It is also why Viterbo ranks third in the state in starting salary at $47,400.

 

 
100% Paid Internships

 

$47,400 Average Starting Salary

 

Purpose

Our programs engage students through professional work, research, and service.  Students build a strong sense of purpose and community.  This is why the Washington Post ranked Viterbo fifth in the country for universities that lead to careers with good pay and rewarding jobs.

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