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I have been out-of-school for almost 3 years now. As a teacher I miss the classroom. But education per se has evolved dramatically over the years. Today, education is no longer confined in the 4 corners of the classroom. The standard and more traditional school set-up is already a “thing” of the past. Today, online schooling is getting more popular among students. Why not? Getting a degree online is more practical than going to a regular school because your classroom is in your fingertips… quite literally and figuratively. So if you are thinking of earning your Master’s Degree in Teaching, check out some of the program information of USC Rossier School of Education’s MAT@USC and find out about their accelerated program which you can complete in as little as 12 months and where you can gain field-based experiences in your own local area.
USC is a highly renowned educational institution in the US. They ranked 22nd among the best School of Education in the US and the 9th among all private universities according to the US News and World Report. USC offers Masters of Arts in Teaching degree – an innovative and highly interactive online degree that provides the convenience and flexibility of studying online. That is why they were also awarded by AACTE for innovative use of video technology in their program.
So educators and aspiring teachers what are you waiting for? –Take this rare opportunity to learn from distinguished USC faculty who are well-recognized for their contributions to this field of modern education. Work that fingertips up now and explore the possibility of getting a unique opportunity to be a part of the elite USC Trojan Family. Check out MAT@USC Student Blog, and be inspired from their students’ actual insight of the program especially their pioneering tuition reimbursement and their scholarship programs designed exclusively for MAT@USC graduates. And learn also about their full USC student status and benefits, participation in commencement ceremonies and free lifetime Alumni Association memberships. After all, education is not only an achievement but the only treasure that cannot be stolen from you.