Sunday, June 13, 2010

Learning Online with USC

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of USC. All opinions are 100% mine.



There once was a time in my life when attending a college campus for a degree was feasible. Now, with a husband and three kids, that absolutely is not an option. For me, the only way I'd be able to attend college would be online. There are so many options out there and if you're a teacher searching for a way to earn your advanced degree or if you're just starting out and aspire to be a teacher, University of Southern California may be for you. The USC Rossier School of Education’s MAT@USC offers current educators and those who long to teach, the ability to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching, conveniently online. Aside from the obvious benefit of flexibility, they offer interactive online learning as well as field-based experiences in your local area. They have an accelerated program that can be completed in as little as 12 months. Rossier and the MAT@USC have even been awarded by AACTE for innovative use of technology in education.

You would be earning the Master of Arts in Teaching from an internationally renowned school with a 100- year history from distinguished faculty who have long been recognized for their contributions to education. They've been ranked #22 in the United States and #9 among all private universities by US New and the World Report. 

USC offers a groundbreaking tuition reimbursement program designed solely for MAT@USC graduates. Students receive full USC status and benefits and free lifetime Alumni Association memberships. Students also become part of the elite USC Trojan Family. For more program information, check out the link! You may be surprised by what you can learn at home, at your own pace!
 


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4 comments:

Sharlene T. said...

I think that's wonderful...and very much a wave of the future...with techno changes as we've had in the past twenty years, colleges need to do something to catch up with the way young people access information...go for it...and good luck...come visit when you can...

panamamama said...

That is awesome!

Karen Mortensen said...

Thanks for posting this. I will have to look into it. I would really like to get a master's degree.

alvin said...

Thru an elearning online course, the learners is very happy to have an option to choose the materials they need that matches the level of knowledge and interests they have into a specific subject.

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