Postgraduate programs

by Coursework

Education and Teaching
Graduate Certificate of Education | Master of Education
Courses are constructed from a mix of generic and specialist units. If you wish to focus your study on a specific area of expertise, you can undertake studies in areas such as:
» Applied learning and VET in Schools
» Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment
» Flexible, Online and Distance Education
» International Schooling
» Language and Literacy Education

Educational Leadership and Administration

Special Educational Needs

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Teaching Languages other than English

Graduate entry courses
Suitable for graduates of other disciplines who want to gain a teaching qualification in early childhood, primary or secondary education and for teachers who wish to update a three- year teaching qualification (post-initial)

by Research

Research training programs - (PhD)
Master of Arts (E850); Doctor of Philosophy (E900)

Fields of Supervision list (255 KB)

Contact Faculty Research and Research Training

Study Area booklets provide detailed information on individual areas of study, including course structures, key features of our courses, career opportunities, student profiles and many other valuable resources.

Study Area - Education (2.5 MB)

'On a personal level, the course has helped me to understand how to make environmental education work in industry, what's best practice, and importantly, how to motivate people.'
Gayle Seddon
Master of Education
(Science And Environmental Education).

 



Specialist areas of study include arts education; mathematics education; science and environmental education; health and physical education; language and literacy education; Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL); Teaching Languages Other than English (TLOTE); humanities education, pedagogy and curriculum; education policy, leadership and internationalisation; early childhood education; applied learning; and professional education and training.

 

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