Become A Teacher Online

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I’ve always wanted to be a teacher. When I started college way back when I was going to major in Exceptional Education but then I got side tracked with Social Work. Going back to school online is a viable option for me and others like me who don’t have time to go to school full time due to family responsibilities or career.

The University of Southern California Rossier School of Education provides a Master of Arts in Education for both aspiring teachers and current teachers and it’s done online. Here’s some helpful program information:

  • The program can be completed in about 12 months
  • USC has a history of 100 years educating teachers
  • The school was ranked 22 in the US via US World News and World Report
  • Become a full USC student with ability to take part in commencement ceremony and the Alumni Association
  • Tuition reimbursement can be combined through the school and the Federal Government

Learning online through USC can be the option someone needs who truly wants to get their Masters Degree in teaching but feels stuck. Teaching certification is available for the state of California and the school works with you to gain your credentials in your state.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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Comments

  1. I admire person who are teachers or who even wanted to be a teacher. I am not really good at that. 🙁

  2. I admire teachers immensely! I didn’t know you could study online. If only I had the patience…

  3. Did you get a degree in social work? That is a rewarding yet frustrating field.

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