USC Distance Learning
Distance learning makes a USC education possible for busy professionals who are not able to come to campus to attend classes. Several successful distance learning programs are currently available to professionals seeking advanced degree programs.
The Center for Scholarly Technology (CST) staff is dedicated to helping USC faculty, students, and staff members explore and implement technologies that promote learner-centered education on campus and at a distance. CST works with the academic units and individual faculty members to support their distance learning initiatives in a variety of ways:
- CST Workshops
- Faculty Forums
- Educational Technology Tools and Resources
Distance Learning Degrees and Courses
Numerous USC schools offer master's degree programs that are completed exclusively online as well as program that involve blended instruction. These programs require formal admission to the university and are equivalent to degrees offered on campus.
- Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
- USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
- Keck School of Medicine
- Leonard Davis School of Gerontology
- School of Pharmacy
- Sol Price School of Public Policy
- Rossier School of Education
- School of Social Work
- Viterbi School of Engineering
For information about online certificates, programs, and non-credit courses, visit USC Continuing Education and Professional Studies.