Viterbo Graduate Catalog

Viterbo Graduate Catalog

Viterbo University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.  230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois 60604-1411, 800-621-7440; 312-263-0456; info@hlcommission.org.

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General Information

Graduate Admission

Graduate Admission

Viterbo University welcomes applications for admission from all students who have prepared for a competitive collegiate program. Admission to Viterbo University is offered to those for whom academic and personal success seems likely. Each candidate is evaluated individually. Evidence of ability to complete college-level work is essential. All qualified students, regardless of sex, race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin will be extended an offer of admission on a first come, first served basis as long as space remains available.

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Student Life

Student Life

Viterbo University’s Division of Student Affairs includes a wide range of departments, programs and services designed to facilitate students’ academic success, personal growth, leadership development, and social and community engagement.  Please visit the Student Affairs web page to access a full listing of Student Affairs departmental websites and other important resources.

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Financial Aid and Tuition

Financial Aid and Tuition

Tuition and fees are set on a yearly basis. The university may set additional fees as needed. Students pay for their own books and course materials. All expense items are subject to change.

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Academic Services

Academic Services

The development of the whole person is the goal of the university experience for each student at Viterbo University. This development occurs chiefly through an academic program conducted in a meaningful, growth-filled, Catholic, Franciscan environment.

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Academic Regulations and Policies

Graduate Degree Requirements

Graduate Degree Requirements
Graduation Requirements

Curriculum requirements indicated in the catalog and from the specific graduate program at the time of a student’s entry into Viterbo University remain in effect as long as the students attends on an uninterrupted basis and completes a degree within the timeline established by the specific program. Curriculum changes that occur between catalog publications are communicated to students in a timely manner.

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Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs Nursing, Health, Human Behavior

Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions

Courses numbered 500–899 for graduate students. Courses numbered 500 are typically offered to post-baccalaureate degree and master degree students and courses numbered 600 are for more advanced master degree courses. Those numbered 700 are typically offered to post-master degree and doctoral students. Courses offered at the 800 level are for doctoral level work.

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Academic Calendar

Directory

Faculty Emeritus

Faculty Emeritus

La Vonne Abts, FSPA
Professor Emerita, Chemistry

Ronald Amel
Professor Emeritus, Chemistry

Judy Anderson
Professor Emerita, Nursing

Richard B. Artman
President Emeritus

Carl Bargabos
Professor Emeritus, Nursing

Susan Batell
Professor Emerita, Education

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