Join Viterbo University students in honing your leadership skill, abilities, and knowledge with an advanced degree.
- Graduate Programs in Education
The Master of Arts in Education provides professional teachers with a meaningful and exciting avenue for personal growth and development.
- Graduate Program in Mental Health Counseling
The Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling is designed to meet state requirements for licensure as mental health counselors in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
- Graduate Program in Nursing
The Doctor of Nursing Practice prepares nursing leaders who are dedicated to improving the health outcomes of diverse populations through advanced knowledge and skills, ethical leadership, and faithful service within their chosen roles and settings.
- Master of Arts in Servant Leadership
The Master of Arts in Servant Leadership brings together people who aspire to leadership positions in public and private sector organizations.
- Master of Business Administration
The Master of Business Administration develops an influential network of informed, ethical, and effective leaders who are committed to making a positive impact on organizations, the community, and the world.
Submission of Fraudulent Documents Policy
The submission of documents such as transcripts, diplomas, test scores, references or applications, that are forged, fraudulent, altered from the original, materially incomplete, obtained under false pretenses, or otherwise deceptive (collectively referred to as fraudulent documents) is prohibited by Viterbo University.
All documents submitted to Viterbo University, in support of applications for admission, academic evaluations, or required administrative processing must be true, accurate, and complete. Supporting documents must not make misrepresentations, omit relevant information, or be altered from the original.
Any documents submitted under false pretenses, forged, or misrepresented (in whole or part) shall subject the individuals involved to sanctions by the University. Specifically, Viterbo University reserves the right to withdraw offers of admission, place a temporary or permanent ban on applying for future admission, prohibit registration, rescind degrees, and suspend or expel students who present fraudulent documents. Such actions may also result in a forfeiture of academic credit earned while enrolled under false pretenses. Dismissal for misconduct does not abrogate a student’s financial responsibility to the University, the federal government, or private loan providers. Students remain liable for all relevant tuition and fees and the payment of their debts.