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Graduate Students

Viterbo University offers graduate programs in business, education, health and human services, and servant leadership. 

Apply now for Spring and Summer 2019!

Spring classes begin January 14, 2019

 

Learn more about our new doctoral program

Ed.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision

Accepting applications now for a Spring (January) 2019 cohort.

How do I get more info?

For more information regarding these programs, contact Graduate Admissions at Viterbo University by emailing Magdalen Kellogg, Director of Graduate Admissions, at mekellogg@viterbo.edu or calling 1-608-796-3011.

What does it cost?

Cost per credit varies by program. Please visit each program page for more information. In addition, tuition and fees are found are the Business Office webpage and we encourage you to visit the Financial Aid page for more information on applying for graduate federal student loans.

Can I do this?

Yes, and we’ll help you succeed. We offer:

  • tutoring in all subjects, online or in person.
  • online resources for classes.
  • academic advisors to help you set a plan for coursework.

Will my previous coursework count toward a degree?

Depending upon your educational history and the graduate program, it is likely that you can transfer credits toward your degree.

How do I get started?

The best way to learn more about Viterbo’s programs is to talk with one of our admission counselors. We’ll help you understand the application process, assess your previous education and work history, and discuss tuition, costs, and financial aid.

  • Kara Brandau
    "Viterbo was the perfect school for me because of its size, opportunities, and atmosphere. The small class sizes made it possible for professors to know the students and created an environment that allowed me to become the teacher that I am. I have continued my educational journey through the Masters of Education program at Viterbo and would recommend it to anyone entering the teaching profession."
    – Kara Brandau '02  , High School Math Teacher Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District