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Aug. 11, 2010

Contact Deb Randall Anderson at 608-796-3371 or


 LA CROSSE, Wis. – Viterbo University will begin offering three accelerated business administration degree completion programs at Fort McCoy this fall. Students can begin online classes with the start of the fall semester in August with a choice of continuing online or taking face-to-face classes beginning in January. Classes will conveniently meet Wednesday evenings at Fort McCoy and general education classes can be completed online.

The program is open to both civilians and military personnel. Active duty military personnel, reserves, and their spouses will receive the discounted tuition of $295 per credit hour. The discount is limited to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree completion programs offered at Fort McCoy through Viterbo’s School of Graduate, Professional, and Adult Education. Non-military students can choose to take classes at Fort McCoy at the regular adult learning discounted tuition of $415 per credit.

Viterbo is a Service members Opportunity College. A Viterbo representative will be at Fort McCoy each Wednesday until Jan. 19 to answer questions about the program. For more information, visit or contact program administrator Deb Randall Anderson at 608-796-3371 or

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