Earning a graduate degree from the USC Rossier School of Education prepares educators for success in a variety of settings. The following statistics reflect the career outcomes for USC Rossier graduates:
Fieldwork in your Master of Arts in Teaching programs is integrated throughout. Our dedicated Placement Team will work with you to secure a placement at a school in your community. For many of our students, this experience is similar to an internship that could turn into a full-time job.
We have a Career Services department that is committed to providing career assistance. Our services include resume building, mock interviews, networking, job searching and more.
All students have the opportunity to work with one of our career services specialists during their time in the program. You will have access to hiring webinars, resume critiques and job sourcing that will prepare you to find employment upon graduation.
Who are our grads?
Our graduates work all over the United States and around the world. Their work helps fulfill the USC Rossier mission to achieve educational equity through practice, research and policy.
"I was hired to teach 10th and 11th grade social sciences at the school where I am currently finishing my Guided Practice. I feel incredibly grateful for the opportunity that the school is giving me, and I also feel extremely grateful for the positioning, preparation and confidence that USC Rossier gave me to compete for the job."
Johnny Walker Master of Arts in Teaching
"I shall always treasure my classmates and professors who have helped me in my path to becoming a teacher. You will forever be on my shoulder whispering in my ear, assisting me in my future classroom."
Christina Fritsch Master of Arts in Teaching — TESOL
Learn more about the USC Rossier career outcomes by speaking with an Admissions Counselor at 1-888-628-1872.
1 Percent of all online Master of Arts in Teaching and Master of Arts in Teaching-TESOL graduates who are employed in education.↑