Preparing educators who are grounded in Franciscan values and possess the knowledge and skills to be reflective decision makers for the 21st century.
Program offerings online and at the following locations:
Cedar Falls, IA
Cedar Rapids, IA
Des Moines, IA
Eau Claire, WI
Green Bay, WI
La Crosse, WI
West Allis, WI
Viterbo's graduate programs in education prepare graduates to be leaders in their schools and communities. Graduates recognize their obligation to engage in ethical decision-making. They are advocates for best practices in education, student centered instruction, and equality in education. Our graduates understand the importance of remaining current and relevant in educational practices and trends. Viterbo University will revolutionize your instructional practices and prepare you to be an agent for change.
Graduate education programs at Viterbo University are designed to provide teachers with skills in reading, evaluating, and conducting classroom action research. Action research can lead to improved methods, sound evaluation, and new opportunities to learn, develop, hone, and practice skills that can be applied directly in the classroom. Viterbo's program, however, looks beyond professional knowledge. Viterbo faculty believe that personal growth and development, the questioning of values, and an appreciation for the mission of the teacher are also important elements of a teaching profession. Pride in and an appreciation for the importance of teaching are keystones in the Viterbo program philosophy and mission.
The Master of Arts in Education Generalist Degree is designed for educators who aspire to work at the forefront of change and reform in education. Coursework will challenge educators to explore the changing role of the teacher in an educational context. Academic study is flexible and educators will have considerable choice in selecting courses that will meet their individual need and interest.
This option offers a Master of Arts in Education degree with academic study that aligns with licensures and certificates in one of the following areas:
- Innovative Teacher Leadership and Instructional Coaching
- Principal (WI)
- Principal/Supervisor of Special Education (IA)
- Director of Special Education and Pupil Services (WI)
- Director of Instruction (WI)
- Cross-categorical Special Education (WI)
- Reading Teacher (WI)
- Reading Specialist (WI)
- School Business Administrator (WI)
These options do not include a Master of Arts in Education degree and consist of curriculum used to obtain an educational licensure or certificate.
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- Superintendent (WI 03)
- Principal (WI 51)
- Principal/Supervisor of Special Education (IA 189)
- Director of Special Education and Pupil Services (WI 189)
- Director of Instruction (WI 80)
- Cross-categorical Special Education (WI 801) - online
- Reading Teacher (WI 316)
- Reading Specialist (WI 17) - online