Sunday, September 5, 2010

Online Degree at USC Rossier School of Education

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I have been very busy for the last two months driving back and forth to Florida and Mississippi. This week is our final preparation to finally move to Florida for good. I quit my job two months ago to pursue my Masters Degree in Education. I might check an online course this week if I can still catch up in the enrolment. I had few MA subjects taken back home and I didn't know if those subjects will be credited. I am in the process of acquiring any program information in an online school in the country.

What about you? Are you planning to go back to school too? Have you heard about USC Rossier School of Education? MAT at USC offers current educators and aspiring teachers the prestige of earning a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from an elite research university with the convenience and flexibility of studying online. For me, this is a major benefit that anyone could ever get when we enrol for an online degree. This school is known to be highly interactive using online learning strategy combined with field-based experiences.

This school offers scholarship, tuition reimbursement program and accelerated program. If you are a student of USC, you will have the opportunity to become a part of the elite USC Trojan Family. Visit the Website for more information about MAT at USC. Did you know that Rossier and the MAT@USC were awarded by AACTE for innovative use of technology in education? They used video technology that introduced the interactive program. This is a School of Education which is ranked #22 in the United States, and #9 among all private universities by US News and World Report. If you are a student, you will get a full USC student status and benefits. You can also participate in commencement ceremonies plus, a free lifetime Alumni Association memberships. This is very prestigious right? Let's check it out now!

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