Inside USC Rossier Blog


Connecting with my peers

My ability to connect with other individuals and my peers in a meaningful and reciprocal way has been awesome!  As I mentioned last week, the 2sc platform we use in the master of arts in teaching program is both user and socially friendly.  I have made some very good friends...

Learning from fellow students

Throughout my experience getting my masters in education I have constantly seen advancements and improvements to the educational arena we students use. Whether it’s in a class discussion among fifteen classmates or in a small group during orientation, the level of interaction...

Great Technology, Effective Lectures, Accessible Professors

There are three things that I found very surprising about the masters in education program.  First, I love the technology that we use on a daily basis.  I am computer literate, having used a computer for a number of schools. However, I feel it would be easy for individuals who...

My surprise? The overall quality of the MAT@USC and the Rossier School of Education.

When I applied and began my coursework I found out how outstanding the University of Southern California’s College of Education really was. I was amazed to discover that the college has been around for one-hundred years, it has been named as one the top 25 colleges for...

What has surprised you most about the MAT@USC program?

The technology!!!  Since I am very technologically illiterate, I was expecting the online masters in education program to be somewhat difficult to navigate.  However, I have found it extremely easy to use and new features are being added weekly.  For example, I can comment under...

My Journey with USC

My name is Laurel, welcome to my USC blog!  I live in sunny San Diego, CA. and am working on my Master’s in Teaching as a student in the MAT@USC delivered online.  I have a dog who aside from school work consumes most of my time!  I am thrilled about this journey...