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It’s back to school time again but this year, instead of just being in a classroom learning, why not be the one who does the teaching? Summer vacations, paid holidays, competitive salaries… If that sounds good to you then the University of Southern California is the place to be!
With their new Online Master of Arts in Teaching program, the USC Rossier School of Education can become your final destination without even leaving the comfort of your home.
This isn’t just some random online school that claims to offer everything for the price of nothing. Unlike all those questionable programs advertised online, this one is hosted by the real USC – one of the most prestigious schools in the country! With over 100 years experience in educating educators, this institution has been ranked #22 in the U.S. and #9 among all private universities internationally according to US News and World Report.
Now that I set up the dream, let’s make it a reality. With tuition assistance, reiumbursement and scholarships offered to those who qualify, this is a goal that can be attained by anybody who has the passion to pursue a career in teaching. Once you’re accepted, you’re officially a member of the Trojan family which grants you some pretty sweet benefits. Full USC student status allows you to participate in the commencement ceremonies and grants you free lifetime Alumni Association membership. Not to mention the other benefits that include:
• Highly interactive online learning combined with field-based experiences
• Accelerated program you can complete in as little as 12 months
• Opportunity to become a part of the elite USC Trojan Family
• Tuition reimbursement and scholarships
• MAT@USC Student Blog, hear insights about the program from actual students
• Technology video that introduces the interactivity of the program
• First cohort of the MAT@USC graduate in May
If you are seriously considering this offer, I’d reccomend checking out the program information on their website. There’s lots of useful information, including an introductory video and student blogs that are available to you. Good luck!