BRAWLEY – BUHSD Superintendent Dr. Hasmik Danielian announced the partnering with the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education in offering Brawley Union High School District employees who enroll in one of the following online master’s degree programs a $5,000 scholarship.
USC Rossier’s innovative online graduate-level teaching programs include Master of Education in Advanced Instruction which prepares current educators to deepen their knowledge of curriculum and assessment, refine their pedagogy, and become teacher-leaders in their schools, districts, and communities. Concentrations include Elementary and Secondary STEM Education, Secondary Humanities, and Differing Abilities. http://rossieronline.usc.edu/
Master of Arts in Teaching–Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages which prepares educators with TESOL training to become English language teaching specialists in a variety of settings. http://rossieronline.usc.edu/academics/tesol/
Special Education Credential – Mild to Moderate Disabilities: Prepares educators to recognize and respond to differences among students with special education needs. Can be taken in conjunction with one of our online master’s degree programs, or as a credential-only option for CA licensed teachers. http://rossieronline.usc.edu/academics/special-education-credential/
According to Danielian, the USC Rossier’s online master’s degree programs each feature an academically rigorous curriculum identical to USC’s on-campus programs, live, face-to-face classes delivered online by world-renowned USC faculty and field-based learning experiences in candidates’ classrooms and communities.
The program also offers highly personalized student services from matriculation to graduation¾and beyond.
USC Rossier is committed to the continuous improvement and professional success of their graduates. To learn more about scholarship opportunities, and to request more information about Rossier’s programs, please click here or call 1.888.628.1872. USC Rossier is currently accepting applications for their March 2014 cohort.