Admission to the Graduate School of Education Master of Arts in Education Program
The following additional items must be submitted to Viterbo.
- Official copies of transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (transcripts must be mailed directly from each school.) Transcripts marked "issued to student" will not be accepted.
- Copy of teaching license
- Completed Written Narrative Form
- Completed Promissory Note
- Completed Check Sheet
Mail all materials to:
Attn: Susan Hughes
900 Viterbo Drive,
La Crosse,WI 54601
Call the Registrar's Office toll-free at 888-484-0111 to register for classes held in La Crosse.
Wisconsin Program Coordinator
2323 S. 109th St., Suite 375
West Allis, WI 53227
Phone 414-321-4210 or 1-800-234-8721
Iowa Program Coordinator
4949 Westown Parkway, Suite 195
West Des Moines, IA 50266
Phone 515-224-4811 or 1-888-235-2200
Admission to the master's degree program does not assure acceptance to candidacy for the degree. To be eligible for degree candidacy the applicant must have fulfilled or will fulfill the following requirements:
- Admission to program
- Core courses including Educ 600, Educ 601, Educ 602, Educ 603 or Educ 715, Educ 604
- At least 15 graduate elective credits
- Written Comprehensive Exam
- Payment of all required fees.
Fees and Tuition: Fees and tuition may change annually. The fees and tuition listed below are in effect from September 1, 2012 through August 31, 2013.
Graduation Fee: A graduation fee of $65 is payable at the time students register for EDUC 604 Pro-seminar, which is taken immediately prior to graduation.
Tuition for Graduate Courses: Tuition is $320 per graduate credit in Wisconsin and Iowa. Payment is required in full prior to or at the beginning of the course.
Cancellation of Registration for Elective Courses: Students who cancel registration in writing or by telephone within three days prior to the beginning of classes will be given a full refund of tuition or deposit.
Grade Reports and Transcripts: Grades are processed and grade reports are issued within two weeks after they have been received from the instructor.
If a transcript is needed by a specific date, students must plan on a period of at least six weeks and select a course that meets within a time frame that will make it possible for the transcript to become available.
Transcript requests from Viterbo University must be submitted in writing and should be mailed with $5.00 directly to: Office of the Registrar, Viterbo University, 900 Viterbo Drive, La Crosse, WI 54601. Telephone, fax, or email requests will not be accepted per federal regulations.
If a student is applying for an add-on license at the same time they are renewing an original license it is recommended that they send both the new and renewal applications in at the same time and MUST included two application fees.