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After two and a half years in a low-residency degree program I can certainly attest to the benefits of learning outside of the traditional classroom. As technology catches up with education it is becoming easier and just as common to earn your degree online. Prestigious schools which once only taught in the brick and mortar classrooms are realizing the benefits of teaching online. Earning a degree online means more flexibility for both the students and the teachers. With no travel costs, no room or board costs, and the ability to still work while attending school online degree programs are changing traditional education for the better.
If you're a current educator or an aspiring teacher and are contemplating a Master of Arts in Teaching degree, take a look at The USC Rossier School of Education online program. Ranked #22 in the United States and #9 for private universities by US News and World Report, Rossier has an accelerated program you can complete in as little as 12 months. This interactive online learning program includes field-base experiences in your local area.
As a graduate of the program you become a part of the USC Trojan Family which includes all of the full USC students status and benefits. This means not only can you participate in commencement ceremonies but you receive free lifetime Alumni Association memberships.
Don't let the lack of funds stop you from a Master of Arts in Teaching degree. Groundbreaking tuition reimbursement and scholarships are available. Read insights about the program from current students at the MAT@USC student blog; the first cohort of the MAT@USC will graduate in May!
There is now an online opportunity to learn from USC faculty in an award-winning program that has a 100-year history of educating teachers. USC believes that teachers are agents of change and has embraced the innovative use of technology in education.
For more program information or to view the technology video that introduces the interactivity of the program visit the USC Rossier School of Education.