This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of USC. All opinions are 100% mine.
My friend Jess has been teaching for 8 years. She’s considering earning a Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. Jess loves the idea of online study at an elite research university. MAT@USC offers not only convenient, flexible and highly interactive online study, but valuable field-based experience. MAT@USC also offers great tuition reimbursement programs and can be completed in as little as 12 months.
If you are currently teaching or want to teach, take a look at the program information and take note of what MAT@USC offers. Check out the video showing the interactivity of the program. The Student Blog will give you an insight into the program from current students who share their experiences of learning online.
USC also offers the opportunity to learn from renowned faculty
who are recognized for their contributions to modern education. USC is an internationally known research institution with over 100 years of experience in educating teachers to be the agents of change. Rossier and MAT@USC were awarded by AACTE for the innovative use of technology in education. News and World Report has been ranked the Rossier School of Education #22 in the US and #9 among all private universities. As a student at MAT@USC, you will enjoy full USC student status and be part of the elite USC
Trojan Family. You will also participate in commencement ceremonies and be a free lifetime member of Alumni Associations. The first cohort of the MAT@USC will graduate in May.
Very high ranked school. Very high tuition. Unless one is getting his/her master's degree straight out of high school/college, they'll never recoup the cost of getting their degree from this college -- unless of course the states want to start paying teachers what they're worth.ReplyDelete
Happy Blog Birthday. i am tapping my toes to Quilly's music.ReplyDelete
Which accelerated program is your friend Jesse considering?ReplyDelete
Hey Tilden ~~ Happy one-year anniversary. You might say that you are 'over the hump.' Or "it's in your blood now." You have a nice looking blog.ReplyDelete
USC is an excellent school, of course. When I was in New Hampshire several of us took some classes at MIT for our engineering career. I passed on that.
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Oh yes, the foot. It is doing better now. The nail has a red spot in it and the toe is slightly swollen and red still, by the outer joint.
Thank you for peeking in on me. You are welcome to come back some more. Some days are dah, others so-so.