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Viterbo Policies and Procedures Forms and Procedures Add/Drop a Course Change a Major Declare a Minor Add a Double Major or Second Degree Drop a Double Major or Second Degree Drop a Minor Request to Change Catalog but not a Major Withdrawal from Viterbo Change of Advisor The Degree Audit How to...
 
All undergraduate students are invited to participate in a survey on Viterbo’s LIVE core curriculum. The purpose of the survey is to gauge students’ experience of the core curriculum and to understand the contributions of the core curriculum to their liberal arts education. The survey is part of a...
Post date: Thursday, October 22, 2015 - 15:28
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Refer to the University Undergraduate Catalog for a complete profile of the Core Curriculum and Degree Requirements at Viterbo.
Spring, 2017 All meetings for Spring of 2017 will be scheduled from 3:30 -4:30 pm Course approvals may be considered at any of the listed meetings. Proposals are normally due seven days prior to meeting date for full consideration. Tuesday, January 31 Tuesday, February 21 Tuesday, March 21 Thursday...
Lecture dates and class times are as listed. Check VitNet for classroom locations. Course listing tentative and subject to change. La Crosse campus, Fridays 5:30–10 pm, Saturdays 8 am – 5 pm unless noted. Beginning August 28 SVLD 530 Grant Writing , Cary Heyer, August 28 - October 19, Blended...
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Mission Statement The School of Nursing prepares nursing students for faithful service and ethical leadership as professionals who will advance high standards of practice. Vision The School of Nursing will develop leaders whose competence, caring, and commitment to excellence will empower...
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Viterbo University Strategic Plan 2015–2020 Values and Value Approved by the Board of Trustees, January 26, 2015 Identity Statement Founded and sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, Viterbo is a Catholic, Franciscan University in the liberal arts tradition. Catholic Identity...
Stay on pace over the summer. Watch your email, Facebook, and Twitter for advice and tips from the Viterbo Student Help Office. Our goal is to help you succeed both academically as well as socially while attending Viterbo University. New for Summer 2014 Text Messages from Student Help Office Want...
Course Rotation Schedule Core Courses ARTS 200 - Women in Art - Spring 2012 CRMJ 345 - Women in the CJ System - Fall 2010/2012 ENGL 346 - Women Writers before 1700 - Spring 2010/2012 ENGL 347 - Women Writers after 1700 - Each Semester HIST 352 - Women in American History - Fall 2011 HIST 380 -...
TRANSFER GUIDE - ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS NTC Program: ACCOUNTING Viterbo University Program: BBA with major in Accounting Format: Traditional Daytime Program on campus (La Crosse) Minimum GPA for admission: 2.25 Initial effective date: Fall 2014 NTC Course No. Course Title Credits 10-801-195 10-...
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The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) is an organization of professional advisers, faculty, administrators, students and others from a variety of settings who do academic advising or otherwise work to promote quality academic advising on college and university campuses. As members of...
Viterbo University will host Franciscan CORE, a five-day summer service camp for high school students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grades in the fall who are interested in Catholic Social Teaching and serving their communities. The residential program takes place Sunday, June19 through Friday, June 24.
TRANSFER GUIDE - ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS NTC Program: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Viterbo University Program: BBA with major in Organizational Management Format: Face-to-face evening accellerated or Online Minimum GPA for admission: 2.00 Initial effective date: Fall 2014 NTC Course No. Course Title...
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Requirements B.A. – 9 credits of world language in preferably one, but not more than two languages B.S. – 11 credits from math or natural science (seven of these credits are met by completing the Scientific Reasoning in the Natural Sciences and Quantitative...
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Students in the organizational management program take the following courses: BLAW 343 - Legal and Ethical Environment of Business ECON 101 or 102 - Micro or Macro Economics INFO 200 - Management Information Systems Concepts and Applications OMGT 302 - Business Communication (also fulfills...
Students in the management information systems program take the following courses: BLAW 343 - Legal and Ethical Environment of Business ECON 101 or 102 - Micro or Macro Economics INFO 200 - Management Information Systems Concepts and Applications INFO 400- Systems Analysis and Design OMGT 305 -...
Students in the health care management program take the following courses: ECON 101 or 102 - Micro Economics or Macro Economics OMGT 302 - Business Communications OMGT 305 - Managerial Statistics OMGT 308- Financial and Managerial Accounting OMGT 309 - Managerial Marketing OMGT 402 - Ethical...
Students in the accounting degree completion program take the following courses: ACCD 330 - External Reporting I ACCD 340 - External Reporting II ACCT 416 - Federal Tax II ACCT 418 - Advanced Accounting I ACCT 425 - Auditing BLAW 450 - Legal Aspects of Financial and Commercial Transactions OMGT 305...
Bachelor of Science Requirements Students in the professional studies program must complete a total of 11 credits of math and science. Seven of these credits are met by completing the Scientific Reasoning in the Natural Sciences core curriculum requirement. Core Curriculum and Mission Seminars Fine...

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