Teaching (Secondary)/Sciences

Deakin's innovative Bachelor of Teaching (Science)/Bachelor of Science degree provides graduates with a full science degree and a complete secondary teaching qualification.

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Undergraduate (Bachelor) degrees
Bachelor of Teaching (Science)/Bachelor of ScienceCourse information for:Local StudentsInternational Students
Postgraduate degrees
Master of TeachingCourse information for:Local StudentsInternational Students
Research degree - Master of Arts - EducationCourse information for:Local StudentsInternational Students
Research degree -Doctor of PhilosophyCourse information for:Local StudentsInternational Students

Why study at Deakin?

Get ready for your new career

This course will prepare you for a career in science education, but also provide career flexibility through the widening field of science communication, and science-related industries.
The flexible course structure gives you the opportunity to pursue two major study areas. Discipline and elective units in a variety of contemporary teaching fields – such as biology, chemistry, mathematical modelling and environmental science – will help you to build a breadth of knowledge in areas of interest.   In addition to specialising in two major study areas the Bachelor of Science degree component of the course requires you to complete at least one unit in each of the areas of biology, chemistry, physics, environmental studies and mathematics. This will give you a broad knowledge base in science which represents a key skill in most science careers and particularly in the career field of science teaching.

Learn from the best

Deakin's Education staff have many years of combined industry experience, and are leaders in their research fields.

Career and Industry

The course places great emphasis on industry experience and innovative teaching practices, and has a strong focus on integrating the traditional disciplines with vocational education and training.
The course includes 80 days of supervised school experience. Some of this experience may take place in non-school settings, consistent with current directions advocated by the Victorian Institute of Teaching.
Approved by Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) as a preservice teaching qualification.


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