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BIOL-486 Immunology Lecture - 3 cr. An Introduction to the theory and practice of modern immunology. Emphasis is on the immune response in humans. Instructor consent required. ESLP-286-001 Advanced Writing (Level III) - 3 cr. Advanced Writing (Level III) for international students. Research,...
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Summer 2018 Special Topics Offerings: HMGT-546-001 Health Care Economics and Ethics 3 cr. This course will review critical elements of Health care economics - Supply chain, Accounts Receivable, Provider Network Development and Contracting and Payer Relations and alanyses them against the backdrop...
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EDUL-546-001 ST Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners - 2cr. Fall 2018 Special Course for students who have coursework in Special Education from a teacher preparation program. SPAN-286-001 Accelerated Beginning Spanish - 3cr. Fall 2018 An accelerated Spanish course at the introductory level using...
Spring 2018 - Season 1 Coed Comp Volleyball: DIckeyville, WI Coed Rec Volleyball: Minions Coed Soccer: IFC Spartak Moskva Coed Basketball: Team OvO Spring 2018 - Season 2 Coed Comp Volleyball: Dixon, ME Coed Rec Volleyball: $2 Taco Tuesday Coed Soccer: The Pools That Way Coed Basketball: Clam Hats...
VUSM 100 Level Courses and Sections VUSM-100-001 MWF 8:00am-8:55am MRC 378 Jean M. Moore Franciscan Values and Traditions Viterbo University was founded in 1890 by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. This entry-level course examines that heritage and what it means to be and behave like a...
VUSM 100 Level Courses and Sections VUSM 100: Section 1, MWF 8:00am – 8:55am Mike Behan and Nicole Van Ert This mission seminar course will examine and apply the core Franciscan values to investigate contemporary business/marketing challenges faced by all organizations. The course will be taught by...
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Printable Registration Grid to use in planning your class schedule. Approved class meeting times . Core Curriculum Offerings Fall 2018 Current Schedule Special Topic Course Descriptions Viterbo University Mission Seminar Descriptions Final Exam Grid Spring 2018 Current Schedule Special Topic Course...
The descriptions for currently scheduled generic sections can be found below but are subject to change. Descriptions of numbered VUSM courses are fixed and can also be found in the searchable VU catalog. VUSM Franciscan Values and Traditions Courses and Sections VUSM 100-01 MWF 8:00am-8:55am...
Viterbo University announces the creation of the Center for Professional Learning and Development, which will partner with regional businesses to create leadership development programs designed specifically to meet the business’ unique needs. These programs will be facilitated by university faculty and area business executives.
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Viterbo University's School of Education prepares educators who are grounded in Franciscan values and possess the knowledge and skills to be reflective decision makers for the 21st century. Program Information: The Iowa PK-12 Principal -Supervisor of Special Education is a two-year, six-semester...
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Required Courses: EDUL 603 Leadership for Learning: Foundations Candidates gain an understanding of their leadership style through self assessment; leadership theory and its application to the principal; its impact on achievement; leading in a culture of change; decision processing, decision making...
Saturday, Jan. 23 Interested in a major in business? Join faculty and alumni of the Viterbo University, College of Business and Leadership for a special luncheon from noon–2 p.m. to learn more about the university’s programs. The event includes: a complimentary lunch in the Dahl School of Business...
The descriptions for currently scheduled generic sections can be found below but are subject to change. Descriptions of numbered VUSM courses are fixed and can also be found in the searchable VU catalog. VUSM Franciscan Values and Traditions Courses and Sections VUSM 100-01 MWF 8:00am-8:55am...
Saturday, Jan. 23 Would you like to become a teacher? Join faculty, alumni, and students of the Viterbo University, School of Education for a special luncheon from noon–2 p.m. to learn more about Viterbo’s teacher education program. The event includes: a complimentary lunch. a panel of current...
Saturday, Nov. 10 - 12:00-2:30 p.m. Are you interested in rural healthcare? ​Join faculty and alumni of the Viterbo University School of Nursing for a special luncheon and nursing simulation to learn more about Viterbo's new NURSES ( N ursing for U nderserved R ural S tudents seeking E ducational S...
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REQUEST A VITERBO TRANSCRIPT HERE As a member of the Viterbo University community, the Office of the Registrar's purpose is to support the instructional mission of the institution by serving students, faculty, and alumni. The Office of the Registrar shall maintain accurate historical records (both...
Viterbo University offers a variety of resources for online students: Academic Advising View the Academic Advising page for information about VIterbo University's academic advising services. For additional information, contact the Academic Advising Coordinator Lisa Konkel at 608-796-3467 or via...
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Required Courses EDUC 526: Introduction to Early Childhood Education History of early childhood programs for children birth through age eight. Considers developmentally appropriate practice, NAEYC Standards, legal and ethical responsibilities, and program expectations including portfolio...
Refer to the Searchable Course Catalog for course descriptions of Education course titles below. EDUC 150 EDUC 203 EDUC 215 EDUC 237 EDUC 243 EDUC 255 EDUC 271 EDUC 280 EDUC 286 EDUC 288 EDUC 290 EDUC 300 EDUC 306 EDUC 308 EDUC 312 EDUC 316 EDUC 319 EDUC 323 EDUC 330 EDUC 355 EDUC 370 EDUC 374 EDUC...
Students must register in advance for all coursework. Registration dates are available at http://www.viterbo.edu/registrar Prerequisites and testing requirements apply to certain coursework. EDUC 613 Introduction to Individual Education Assessment (3 credits) Assessment serves as a cornerstone of...

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