University of Southern California
The University of Southern California's Rossier School of Education is one of the world's premier centers for graduate study in urban education. Classes in education at USC began in the 1890s, the Department of Education was established in 1909, and the School of Education was established in 1918. In 1998, alumni Barbara J. and Roger W. Rossier gave $20 million to the school, which was at the time the largest gift to any school of education in the world.
Whether you're an aspiring or current teacher, the Rossier School has a unique online program that will enable you to achieve your career goals. With a goal to prepare and develop educational leaders who are agents of change, USC Rossier is committed to innovation in all programs, utilizing the latest in technologies and on-line capabilities to provide students with options for learning and succeeding.
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT@USC) Delivered Online The USC Rossier School of Education provides the first and only Master of Arts in Teaching program delivered online by a prestigious research university. The MAT@USC combines high-quality curricula taught by USC faculty with a state-of-the-art learning management system that allows you to seamlessly communicate with your instructors and access course and student-generated content for an engaging and interactive experience.
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