Saturday, September 4, 2010

Earn a Master of Arts in Teaching degree online from USC

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



      I have often thought of going back to school to get my teaching degree.  There are many reasons for and against it.  I have found out about a way to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from USC...online.  Yes, you are reading correctly.  You CAN earn that degree online!  USC is an internationally renowned research institution that has been educating teachers for a 100 years.   USC is a School of Education which has not only been ranked #22 in the United States, but also #9 among all private universities by US News and World Report.

     When you are earning your Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree from USC, you will receive a combination of highly interactive online learning along with field-based experiences in your local area!  They even offer an accelerated program where you can complete your degree in as little as 12 months.  What could be better than earning your degree from an elite research university with the convenience and flexibility of studying online?  I actually have something better to tell you about.  How about a groundbreaking tuition reimbursement program designed exclusively for MAT@USC graduates!  You can also qualify for scholarships!  program information

     As a MAT student, you receive full USC student status and benefits!  You get to participate in commencement ceremonies and you get a free lifetime Alumni Association membership.  Why not take the opportunity to learn from distinguished USC faculty members and become part of the elite USC Trojan Family.

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kalea_kane said...

That is pretty cool. I know so many people who have limited time. It is nice to see more schools coming up with alternatives.