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mental health counseling
Program Mission The mission of the Viterbo University Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling graduate program is to prepare professional counselors to provide treatment for individuals experiencing a continuum of mental health issues. The program educates counselors who will integrate the...
Mission Statement The Department of Theatre and Music Theatre at Viterbo University prepares students for professional employment as theatre artists, educators, and administrators by providing an environment in which students develop their creative potential through rigorous classroom and...
The MBA/DNP dual degree program tracks are designed for applicants who are not APRNs and who wish to pursue advanced speciality practice at the system/organizational level. The dual degree MBA/DNP student will strengthen her/his understanding of the profession of nursing while building...
Relive the performance that started it all as Jim Witter returns to Viterbo University with his original "Piano Men" show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 14 in the Fine Arts Center Main Theatre.
Identities Project
The Identities Project is a Student Affairs-sponsored cross-campus collaboration with the Diversity Committee, Breaking Barriers Diversity Club, and other campus entities that provides opportunities for our community to explore and discuss gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, social class,...
Ecumenical Service with Imposition of Ashes


Wednesday, Feb. 14, 7:30 am, 2018
Wednesday, Feb. 7 12:15 p.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel 1–2 p.m. APA Drop-in Writing Help – Murphy Center 332 8 p.m. Breaking Barriers Diversity Club Meeting – Diversity and Inclusion Center in Murphy Center 579. All are welcome. 9 p.m. Taize Prayer – San Damiano Chapel Touchstone , Viterbo’s art...
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 and Quantitative Literacy core curriculum requirement. Core Curriculum...
Parent guide to choosing major
Students learned about Viterbo’s many different academic offerings at the third annual Majors and Minors Fair Oct. 3 in the Fine Arts Center Lobby. The event was sponsored by the Center for Student Success.
Post date: Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 14:09
The third annual Viterbo Majors and Minors Fair will be held from 2:30–4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3 in Assisi Courtyard (the rain location is the Fine Arts Center Lobby.) Faculty members are encouraged to promote the fair to students. The event is a good opportunity to learn about the benefits of a...
Post date: Thursday, September 28, 2017 - 08:28
Viterbo-sponsored Study Abroad Programs The following application items need to be turned into Taylor Corbett, Director of Study Abroad, in Murphy Center room 377, on or before the program deadline of October 2, 2017, in order to have a complete application. Application Requirements: Study Abroad...
Students, learn more about Viterbo's philosophy major and minor. This is a part of "Love Your Major Week".


Friday, Oct. 6, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm, 2017
academic resource center
Mastering Multiple Choice Ace the Essay Note Taking Reading College Material Time Management Successful Students Math Maneuvers GRE Test Study Skills Resources on Video Academic Skills Center at Dartmouth College Study Skills Handouts Each Day is a New Account lecture Signals and Meanings Letting...

This course examines the accounting principles used to maintain an organization's financial records and to prepare the current and fixed asset portion of the Balance Sheet for use by its external stakeholders. Topics include the conceptual framework underlying financial accounting, the time value of money, and preparation of the asset side of the Balance Sheet, including cash and receivables, valuation of inventories, property, plant and equipment, natural resources and intangible assets. Restricted to accounting degree completion majors.




Refer to your undergraduate catalog for the specific requirements . It’s important to pay close attention to the catalog to assure that you stay on schedule for graduation. Consult your advisor with any questions or to keep him or her abreast of your progress. Don’t forget that your advisor is here...
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Jodi Reider
Academic Advisor

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