University of Southern California
Also referred to as: USC
Los Angeles, CA 90089
About University of Southern California
The University of Southern California is one of the world's leading private research universities.
Specifically, USC’s Rossier School of Education prepares and develops educational leaders who are committed to teaching and education, utilizing the latest technology to provide students with options for learning and succeeding. Its online master's in teaching program prepares students for a career in education.
Distance Learning Enrollment: 3,170 students Financial Aid For Online Students: Yes
Distance learning students have access toAcademic Advising, Bookstore, Campus Computer Network, Career Placement Assistance, E-Mail Services, Library Services, Tutoring
Sector: Private not-for-profit- 4-year or above Religious Affiliation:None HBCU:No Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral and first-professional Academic Calendar:Semester Accredited By: Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Web Site: http://www.usc.edu/
Financial Aid Site: http://www.usc.edu/admission/fa/
Online Learning Programs at University of Southern California
The University of Southern California offers traditional and online degree programs for current and prospective students.
USC’s Rossier School of Education is one of the world's premier centers for graduate study in urban education. The online Master's in Teaching program at USC offers current and aspiring teachers the opportunity to earn a master's of arts in education with convenience and flexibility of studying online.
Online programs are offered through the following:
Rossier School of EducationWeb Site: http://mat.usc.edu/ Distance Learning Enrollment: 1,585 students Average Cost Per Online Course:N/A
Technology Enhanced Learning and Distance Learning InitiativeWeb Site: N/A Distance Learning Enrollment: 1,585 students Average Cost Per Online Course:$4,756.00
Photos of this University:
USC School of Cinema and Television Click to enlarge
The Roots are playing in McCarthy Quad for the University of Southern California's Springfest in April 2005. Springfest is produced annually by USC's student-run Program Board and Student Senate. Click to enlarge
USC football game halftime. Click to enlarge
USC's mascot, Tommy Trojan. Click to enlarge
The USC ROTC Building entrance. Two people walking down the steps near the doors in front were edited out. Click to enlarge