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Wisconsin Post-baccalaureate Teacher Licensure Program 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. The Post-baccalaureate licensure program is an...
Rec Sports Latest News... Wellness - Student Wellness Challenge begins on October 23. Register for the Wellness Wheel Challenge at the Mathy Center front desk. Intramurals - Season 1 Championship Week is Oct. 15-18. - Season 2 registration opens October 16. Leagues include: Bowling, competitive and...
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Welcome, Viterbo Alumni Receive Strides Online Student Referral Form Join our Email List Here you will find information on upcoming events, campus news, benefits for alumni, and much, much more. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about the Viterbo Alumni Association. We hope you...
Take your learning global! Living and learning in a new culture expands your horizons and gives you a competitive edge in our globalized world. Multiple study abroad options are available, from short-term faculty-led programs to full semesters or summers abroad. Viterbo works to make our programs...
LIVE Mission Statement In the tradition of our Catholic, Franciscan heritage and our firm foundation in the Liberal Arts, Viterbo University's general education program prepares students to live and work in our global society, affirm the dignity of all people, embrace a passion for justice, revere...
Academic Resources Viterbo University offers its students a full range of support services and resources to aid in academic success. Academic Advising Academic Resource Center Business Office Bookstore Career Services Financial Aid Instructional and Information Technology and IT Helpdesk Library...
Research Fellow 2014-15 Vickie Holtz-Wodzak Instructor, English vlholtzwodzak@viterbo.edu 608-796-3487 Dr. Vickie Holtz-Wodzak earned her degrees in English at the University of Missouri-Columbia, culminating in a Ph.D. in medieval literature in 1996. The focus of her dissertation research was the...
Family Studies Minor The Family Studies minor is an interdisciplinary program which focuses on human development within the family context, the nature of family interactions and family issues, and family interactions within broader social institutions. The minor is beneficial to all students and...
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Research Fellow 2013-14 Jennifer Anderson-Meger Professor, Social Work Program/Master of Arts in Servant Leadership Research Faculty jimeger@viterbo.edu 608-796-3722 Dr. Anderson-Meger has been a social worker for over 30 years and has over 16 years of experience as a professor in the Social Work...
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If you want to advance your career or dive into a new field, Viterbo University has a wide range of programs to help you meet your educational goals. We’ve got your busy schedule in mind. Courses are available online, evenings, and in locations around Wisconsin.
Viterbo University enjoys a rich history of education 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. NEW ! Earn a minor in Cross-categorical Special...
Wisconsin Early Childhood Education License #70-777 The Early Childhood Education Program will no longer accept new students after September 2015 Viterbo's Early Childhood Education (ECE) licensure program is designed to meet the needs of teachers in Wisconsin who seek an add-on 70-777 (Birth–age 8...
Biology at Viterbo Biology is the study of life and the study of life is relevant to our everyday existence. From the trillions of cells in the human body to the complex and interconnectedness of all living things on the planet, the scope of what can be learned from the study of biology is truly...
Newly Approved LIVE Courses, for 2015–16 ENGL 307 – Applied Argumentative Writing Information Literacy (Fall 2015) EDUC 207 – Applied Argumentative Writing Information Literacy and Written Communication II (Spring 2015) PHIL 314 Business Ethics Philosophical and Moral Inquiry (Spring 2015) RLST 223...
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The following are required courses for all post-baccalaureate students: Educational Psychology. EDUP 515 Theories of learning and development and their application; critical thinking, motivation; classroom management, measurement and evaluation. Middle/Secondary Content Methods. EDUP 530 Reading...
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The Graduate Program in Nursing offers the DNP Program at the post-BSN to DNP or the post-MSN to DNP level. Preparation at the highest level for nurse practitioners. Addressing the acute need for direct primary care providers expected to occur nationwide. Commuter friendly course delivery (online...
Non-degree Seeking Student Admission Information Individuals looking for Electives and Professional Development in Education please go here Local Businesses/Individuals looking for Leadership Development Courses please go here Students not seeking a degree from the Viterbo University are referred...
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. This cross-disciplinary 10-credit online graduate certificate in Innovative Teacher Leadership and...
Who can apply? The Community Interpreting Certificate has been structured to meet the needs of working people in the Midwest as well as online students from other regions of the country or the globe. Both international students and individuals with DACA status are encouraged and welcome to apply...

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