USC Rossier School of Education Centennial: Innovate, Educate, & Transform

USC Rossier MAT

ABOUT USC ROSSIER

Learning, Leadership, Diversity & Accountability

The USC Rossier is the fastest growing teacher preparation program in the USA — on-line or on-campus — at a not-for-profit university or college. USC Rossier combines the most cutting-edge immersive digital technologies with a USC-customized curriculum, USC faculty and field-based in-classroom experiences.

USC Rossier students earn a Master of Arts in Teaching degree, and new teachers are recommended for their teacher certification. The online USC Rossier program requires the same strict admissions criteria as USC on-campus programs, has the same tuition requirements, and offers identical services and resources.

Currently, no other online degree program resembling USC Rossier exists in any college or university in the country. Learn more about this unique online master’s degree available through USC Rossier today!

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MAT@USC students, prospective students, and USC alumni joined USC Rossier Dean Karen S. Gallagher for a discussion entitled, T”he Art of Teaching” at the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

Dr. Gallagher spoke about what the arts change about the learning experience. She discussed the results of a national study that examined such issues as why the arts can change what happens for students, how the arts provide learning opportunities for adults in the lives of young people and how the arts can connect learning experiences to the world of real work.

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