Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

2021 course information for Domestic Students
2021 course information for International Students

updated 3:18 PM on Wed, 26 May

Domestic snapshot

International snapshot

IELTS
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ATAR
60
Duration
4 years full-time; 8 years part-time

4.5 years minimum for students commencing Session 2

4 years full-time
Location
Coffs Harbour, Gold Coast, Lismore, Online
Start date
March, July
Course code
3207311
Course abbreviation
BA/BEd (Sec)
Credit points
384
Equivalent units
32
CRICOS
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Fees
Commonwealth supported
Fees
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Please note, some locations may not have all intake periods available. See the full availability details for further information.

Course overview

Teachers can have lasting impact on the lives of their students, and the very best can inspire students toward greatness.

This combined degree qualifies you to teach up to two secondary teaching areas. Areas include Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Science, English, Mathematics, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education, Physics, Modern History, Geography, Society and Culture and Aboriginal Studies.

Your foundation year will feature units across the general capabilities and broader school curriculum. This is in addition to core studies in literacy and numeracy, equity and diversity, supporting learners with diverse needs, assessment, and the use of information and communications technology in education.

You'll complete a program of in-school professional teaching experiences, culminating in an extended in-school development experience to demonstrate your capabilities as a secondary school teacher. Combined volunteer activities and embedded site visits will provide you with a deep understanding about the role of a teacher.

As you will be interacting with young people, upon enrolment you will be expected to apply and attain a valid Working with Children Check for your state or territory. See professional experience requirements.

As a graduate you'll be qualified to teach secondary school Australia-wide, including Queensland and NSW. Please note your application must include a personal statement outlining your non-academic capabilities. See education non-academic requirements.

Teachers can have lasting impact on the lives of their students, and the very best can inspire students toward greatness.

This combined degree qualifies you to teach up to two secondary teaching areas. Areas include Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Science, English, Mathematics, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education, Physics, Modern History, Geography, Society and Culture and Aboriginal Studies.

Your foundation year will feature units across the general capabilities and broader school curriculum. This is in addition to core studies in literacy and numeracy, equity and diversity, supporting learners with diverse needs, assessment, and the use of information and communications technology in education.

You'll complete a program of in-school professional teaching experiences, culminating in an extended in-school development experience to demonstrate your capabilities as a secondary school teacher. Combined volunteer activities and embedded site visits will provide you with a deep understanding about the role of a teacher.

As you will be interacting with young people, upon enrolment you will be expected to apply and attain a valid Working with Children Check for your state or territory. See professional experience requirements.

As a graduate you'll be qualified to teach secondary school Australia-wide, including Queensland and NSW. Please note your application must include a personal statement outlining your non-academic capabilities. See education non-academic requirements.

Current Southern Cross students – to access your official course details for the year you started your degree, please visit the handbook.

Entry requirements

See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.

  1. Applicants for admission to candidature at a New South Wales campus of Southern Cross University must have satisfied requirements specified by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) for admission to an initial teacher education course that is approved for the purposes of enabling graduates to apply for registration as a teacher in New South Wales, including i) satisfactory completion of the UAC or QTAC non-academic entry requirement test.
  2. Applicants for admission to candidature at a Queensland campus of Southern Cross University must have satisfied requirements specified by the Queensland College of Teachers for admission to an initial teacher education course that is approved for the purposes of enabling graduates to apply for registration as a teacher in Queensland, including i) satisfactory completion of the UAC or QTAC non-academic entry requirement test.
  3. To meet the University’s minimum English Language Proficiency requirement an applicant must satisfy one of the following criteria:
    1. have completed senior secondary study to the equivalent of the Australian year 12 or have completed at least one year of full-time study (or equivalent part-time study) at AQF diploma equivalent or higher where:
      1. the country where those studies were undertaken is listed in Schedule A of the Rules Relating to Awards – Rule 2; and
      2. the language of instruction was English; or
    2. achieved a minimum test score, within two (2) years of the date of application for admission, equal to or above the minimum listed below:
      1. International English Language Test System (IELTS). The applicant must have a minimum overall score of 7.5, including a minimum result of 8.0 in both the speaking and listening modules and 7.0 in reading and writing; or
      2. International Second Language Proficiency Rating (ISLPR). The applicant must have a score of at least 4+ in each of the four areas: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
    3. successfully completed SCU’s Preparing for Success Program.
    For the purposes of satisfying English Language Proficiency requirements for admission, applicants will only be considered on the above criteria and will not be considered on the basis of other criteria established by the Rules Relating to Awards – Rule 2, Section 1 – English Language Proficiency Subsection.

Credit for prior learning

  1. Practising Primary and Secondary teachers who have conditional or provisional registration in Australia will be granted advanced standing for up to twenty-three (23) units. Candidates must then complete a minimum of six (6) units in a Secondary Teaching Subject Area as approved by the Head of School, two (2) sequential curriculum specialisation units from Part B which are related to their Teaching Subject and EDU10716 Professional Development in Education.
  2. Applicants with a three year undergraduate degree will be granted sixteen (16) units of advanced standing if the degree contains an acceptable NESA undergraduate requirement for entry to Secondary teaching.
  3. Applicants to this award cannot be granted advanced standing for a Certificate I, Certificate II or Certificate III.

Language requirements

English language requirements apply to International applicants and other applicants whose previous study was undertaken in a language other than English. The minimum English language requirements for such applicants for entry to this course are as follows

CategoryScore
Overall Score7.5
Reading7.0
Writing7.0
Listening8.0
Speaking8.0

About the course

Students can tailor the course to study two of the following teaching majors or one teaching major with a specialisation and electives.

Teaching majors (and locations: L = Lismore, O = Online)

  • Biology (L, O)*
  • Chemistry (L)
  • Physics (O)
  • Earth and Environmental Science (L, O)**
  • English (O)
  • Mathematics (O)
  • Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (L)
  • Modern History (O)
  • Geography (L, O)
  • Society and Culture (for students who complete Modern History or Geography) (L, O)

The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) is primarily delivered in online mode. 

Please note: some units require attendance at on-campus workshops.

* Two units are each offered as a three-week intensive and both include one week at the University’s National Marine Science Centre, Coffs Harbour. Contact the University for more details.

** One unit is offered as a three-week intensive that includes a one-week field trip.

All students will need to successfully complete the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students (LANTITE) prior to undertaking the first professional experience placement.

Domestic students

LocationTeaching period
Coffs HarbourSession  1, Session  2
Gold CoastSession  1, Session  2
LismoreSession  1, Session  2
OnlineSession  1, Session  2

Some units are only delivered online. Online students may also be required to attend on-campus workshops.

International students

Some units are only delivered online. 

How to apply

Where and when do you want to study?

Applications for this course are made directly to Southern Cross University via our online application service.

Australian/Domestic students

Coffs Harbour
Session 2 July 2021
Gold Coast
Session 2 July 2021
Lismore
Session 2 July 2021
Online
Session 2 July 2021
View domestic application details View international application details

Why choose SCU?

Excellence in research

Outstanding ratings of 'at world standard' or above in 23 research fields.

Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) 2018

Top 200 Young Universities

Only 25 years young and ranked in the top 200 universities in the world.

Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020

Outstanding student support

5-Star Student Support across undergraduate and postgraduate studies

Good Universities Guide 2021

Learning outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a course. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes.

Course Learning Outcome

Demonstrate analytical thinking, critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Demonstrate cognitive and technical skills which show broad understanding and depth relevant to the education profession.

Demonstrate an ability to identify and solve problems with intellectual independence.

Demonstrate an ability to develop innovative and creative responses to challenges in an educational setting.

Demonstrate knowledge of ethical, legal and human rights principles in education settings.

Demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to legislative requirements and codes of conduct relevant to the education profession.

Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding of the relevant curriculum frameworks.

Demonstrate a solid knowledge of the pedagogy of effective educational practice.

Demonstrate the capacity for self-reflective learning and critical thinking with responsibility and accountability in professional practice.

Demonstrate skills in maintaining or advancing information and literacy skills to keep currency with pedagogical practice and professional development.

Communicate clearly, coherently and independently with exposition of knowledge and ideas in both oral and written forms.

Demonstrate teamwork skills and leadership in professional and learning community settings.

Demonstrate an understanding of and respect for diversity in others and self identify and apply proactive and inclusive strategies to encourage and support student engagement.


Assessment methods

The assessment methods used in this course vary from unit to unit. Most units have progressive assessment with grades typically allocated across a combination of assessment tasks due at different times during the study period. Some units may also include a formal examination at the end of the study period. Assessment requirements for each unit are advised in writing to students at the commencement of each study period with clear guidelines, due dates, and the weighting for each assessment task.

Teaching methods

On-campus students experience a variety of teaching approaches including lectures, tutorials, online activities and video linked or podcast virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.

Our online study option is highly interactive and strives to promote collaboration and a sense of community. Students may receive a combination of podcast or video linked lectures, electronic study materials, workshops, online discussion forums and virtual classes. Online students may be required to attend one to three-day workshops in curriculum areas that involve practical components.

Career opportunities

Graduates may find employment as a secondary school teacher in schools and colleges. Graduates can teach in up to two subjects: English, Mathematics, Modern History, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth and Environmental Science, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education and Geography. If graduates wish to teach Society and Culture or Aboriginal Studies they must also have completed Modern History or Geography.

Professional placement

Students complete a program of in-school professional teaching experiences during the course, culminating in an extended in-school development experience, to demonstrate their capabilities as secondary school teachers.

Professional recognition

This course is currently undergoing its five-year reaccreditation with the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) and the Queensland College of Teachers (QCT) for national accreditation through the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL).

Usually, Australian teacher qualifications are recognised internationally, but students need to check with potential employers and teacher registration authorities in other countries regarding accreditation requirements.

All Initial Teacher Education students across Australia need to successfully complete the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students (LANTITE). At Southern Cross University the test needs to be successfully completed prior to undertaking the first professional experience placement.

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Domestic future
students

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International future
students

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Current
students

Email: enquiry@scu.edu.au
Call 1800 005 687 during business hours.


Course requirements

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary), students must complete the equivalent of 32 units (384 credit points), comprising:

• 15 core units (180 credit points),
• 1 First Teaching Subject,
• the remaining units from an additional Teaching Subject, and/or electives, and
• both components of the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education (LANTITE) as required by the Federal Government.

Permission to undertake a professional experience placement will be at the discretion of the Dean of Education.

Exit Awards

Students may be eligible to exit with the Bachelor of Educational Studies after completing the equivalent of 24 units (288 credit points).

Students may be eligible to exit with the Associate Degree of Educational Studies after completing the equivalent of 16 units (192 credit points).

Students may be eligible to exit with the Diploma of Educational Studies after completing the equivalent of 8 units (96 credit points).
 

Inherent Requirements

Inherent Requirements apply to this course as defined on the Student Access and Inclusion website. If you have a disability or health condition which may impact on your ability to meet these requirements please refer to the Student Access and Inclusion website for further information and contact details.


Course structure


Schedule of units

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Core units

EDUC1003 -  Foundations for Education
ENGL1005 -  Foundations: Language & Literacy
MATH1002 -  Foundations: Mathematics and Numeracy
CRTV1001 -  Foundations: The Arts
ENGL1004 -  Foundations: English
CLST1002 -  Foundations: Human Society and its Environments
HLTH1002 -  Foundations: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
SCIN1003 -  Foundations: Science and Technology
EDUC2009 -  Supporting Learners with Diverse Abilities
EDUC2010 -  Literacy, Assessment and Information & Communication Technology
EDUC6009 -  Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being
EDUC1004 -  Understanding Children and Young People
TCHR3007 -  Professional Experience I: Becoming a Teacher Note 5
TCHR3008 -  Professional Experience II: Effective Teaching Note 5
TCHR3006 -  Professional Experience III: Transition to the Profession Note 5

Teaching Subjects

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For Business Studies as a Second Teaching Subject complete all six (6) units. This Teaching Subject must be undertaken with Modern History or Geography as a First Teaching Subject.
EDUC2016 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy I
EDUC3014 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy II
ACCT1001 -  Accounting and Finance for Business
ACCT1002 -  Financial Accounting
ECON1001 -  Economics for Decision Making
BUSN3002 -  Sustainable Business Management

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For Legal Studies as a Second Teaching Subject complete the first three (3) units and at least three (3) of the remaining units listed. This Teaching Subject must be undertaken with Modern History or Geography as a First Teaching Subject.
EDUC2016 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy I
EDUC3014 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy II
LEGL1004 -  Australian Legal System
Choose three (3) of the following units:
LEGL2006 -  Introduction to Evidence and Advocacy
JUST2005 -  EEO and OH&S Law and Practice
LEGL1001 -  Legal Research and Writing
LAWS2022 -  Competition and Consumer Law
LAWS2057 -  Welfare Law
LAWS2010 -  Environmental Law
JUST2004 -  Human Rights

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For Society and Culture as a Second Teaching Subject, students must select Modern History or Geography as a First Teaching Subject, complete the first two (2) units and at least four (4) of the remaining units listed.
EDUC2016 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy I
EDUC3014 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy II
CLST1003 -  Doing Cultural Studies
CLST2005 -  Space, Place and Travel
CLST2004 -  Gender, Sexuality and Culture
CLST3003 -  EcoCultural Studies
CLST3002 -  Borderlands: Identity, Culture and Belonging
Note 2

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For Aboriginal Studies as a Second Teaching Subject, students must select Modern History or Geography as a First Teaching Subject, complete the first two (2) units and complete at least four (4) of the remaining units.
EDUC2016 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy I
EDUC3014 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy II
INDG3004 -  Indigenous Australians in Education
INDG1001 -  Indigenous World-Views
INDG2001 -  Health and Indigenous Australian Peoples
INDG1002 -  Indigenous Knowledge
INDG3001 -  Caring for Country
Note 2

Electives

Note 4


Course progressions

Students should use course progression information to select units specific to their course and enrol in these units using My Enrolment

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Year 1, Session 1 Note 6
ENGL1005 -  Foundations: Language & Literacy
EDUC1003 -  Foundations for Education
MATH1002 -  Foundations: Mathematics and Numeracy
CRTV1001 -  Foundations: The Arts
Year 1, Session 2
ENGL1004 -  Foundations: English
CLST1002 -  Foundations: Human Society and its Environments
HLTH1002 -  Foundations: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
SCIN1003 -  Foundations: Science and Technology
Year 2, Session 1
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 1
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 1
EDUC1004 -  Understanding Children and Young People
ELECTIVE UNIT
Year 2, Session 2
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 2
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 2
EDUC2010 -  Literacy, Assessment and Information & Communication Technology
Year 3, Session 1
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 3
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT I
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 3
TCHR3007 -  Professional Experience I: Becoming a Teacher Note 5
Year 3, Session 2
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 4
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT II
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 4
TCHR3008 -  Professional Experience II: Effective Teaching Note 5
Year 4, Study Period 1
EDUC2009 -  Supporting Learners with Diverse Abilities
Year 4, Session 1
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 5
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 5
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT I
EDUC6009 -  Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being
Year 4, Session 2
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 6
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 6
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT II
TCHR3006 -  Professional Experience III: Transition to the Profession Note 5

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Year 1, Session 1 Note 6
ENGL1005 -  Foundations: Language & Literacy
EDUC1003 -  Foundations for Education
MATH1002 -  Foundations: Mathematics and Numeracy
CRTV1001 -  Foundations: The Arts
Year 1, Session 2
ENGL1004 -  Foundations: English
CLST1002 -  Foundations: Human Society and its Environments
HLTH1002 -  Foundations: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
SCIN1003 -  Foundations: Science and Technology
Year 2, Session 1
EDUC3008 -  Promoting the Health and Wellbeing of Young People
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 1
HBIO1001 -  Human Anatomy
EDUC1004 -  Understanding Children and Young People
Year 2, Session 2
HBIO1007 -  Human Physiology I
HBIO2001 -  Musculoskeletal Functional Anatomy
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 2
EDUC2010 -  Literacy, Assessment and Information & Communication Technology
Year 3, Session 1
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 3
HBIO2002 -  Motor Control
EDUC2002 -  Curriculum Specialisation: Personal Development, Health, Physical Education I
TCHR3007 -  Professional Experience I: Becoming a Teacher Note 5
Year 3, Session 2
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 4
EDUC2007 -  Physical Education Studies I: Athletics and Aquatics
EDUC3005 -  Curriculum Specialisation: Personal Development, Health, Physical Education II (Lifestyle)
TCHR3008 -  Professional Experience II: Effective Teaching Note 5
Year 4, Session 1
EDUC6009 -  Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being
EDUC2009 -  Supporting Learners with Diverse Abilities
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT Curriculum Specialisation Unit 1
EDUC3009 -  Contemporary Health Issues for Young People
Year 4, Session 2
EDUC2008 -  Physical Education Studies II: Dance and Gymnastics
NUTR1001 -  Food and Nutrition in Health
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT Curriculum Specialisation Unit II
TCHR3006 -  Professional Experience III: Transition to the Profession Note 5

TitleNote
Year 1, Session 1 Note 6
ENGL1005 -  Foundations: Language & Literacy
EDUC1003 -  Foundations for Education
MATH1002 -  Foundations: Mathematics and Numeracy
CRTV1001 -  Foundations: The Arts
Year 1, Session 2
ENGL1004 -  Foundations: English
CLST1002 -  Foundations: Human Society and its Environments
HLTH1002 -  Foundations: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
SCIN1003 -  Foundations: Science and Technology
Year 2, Session 1
SCIN1005 -  Organisms and Environments
SCIN1002 -  Science in Society
EDUC1004 -  Understanding Children and Young People
Choose an Elective unit
Year 2, Session 2
BIOL1005 -  Cells and Molecules
CHEM1001 -  Chemistry
STAT1002 -  Scientific Data Management and Analysis
EDUC2010 -  Literacy, Assessment and Information & Communication Technology
Year 2, Session 3
Year 3, Session 1
Choose an Elective Unit
CHEM2001 -  Environmental Chemistry
EDUC2004 -  Curriculum Specialisation: Science I
TCHR3007 -  Professional Experience I: Becoming a Teacher Note 5
Year 3, Session 2
Choose an Elective Unit
MRNE3003 -  Ocean Change Biology
EDUC3004 -  Curriculum Specialisation: Science II
TCHR3008 -  Professional Experience II: Effective Teaching Note 5
Year 4, Session 1
EDUC2016 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy I
Choose an Elective unit
EDUC2009 -  Supporting Learners with Diverse Abilities
EDUC6009 -  Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being
Year 4, Session 2
EDUC3014 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy II
ENVR3009 -  Biogeochemistry
ERTH2003 -  Aquatic Pollution and Catchment Management
TCHR3006 -  Professional Experience III: Transition to the Profession Note 5

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For specific teaching subjects progressions please contact the Secondary Education Student Advice Team - secondaryed@scu.edu.au Note 1, Note 2

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Year 1, Session 2 Note 6
ENGL1004 -  Foundations: English
CLST1002 -  Foundations: Human Society and its Environments
HLTH1002 -  Foundations: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
SCIN1003 -  Foundations: Science and Technology
Year 1, Study Period 6
MATH1002 -  Foundations: Mathematics and Numeracy
ENGL1005 -  Foundations: Language & Literacy
Year 2, Session 1
CRTV1001 -  Foundations: The Arts
EDUC1003 -  Foundations for Education
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 1
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 1
Year 2, Session 2
EDUC2010 -  Literacy, Assessment and Information & Communication Technology
EDUC1004 -  Understanding Children and Young People
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 2
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 2
Year 3, Session 1
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 3
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 3
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT 1
Year 3, Session 2
TCHR3007 -  Professional Experience I: Becoming a Teacher Note 5
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT II
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 4
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 4
Year 4, Session 1
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 5
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 5
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT 1
EDUC2009 -  Supporting Learners with Diverse Abilities
Year 4, Session 2
FIRST TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 6
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 6
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT II
TCHR3008 -  Professional Experience II: Effective Teaching Note 5
Year 5, Session 1
TCHR3006 -  Professional Experience III: Transition to the Profession Note 5
EDUC6009 -  Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being
Elective Unit

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Year 1, Session 2
ENGL1004 -  Foundations: English
CLST1002 -  Foundations: Human Society and its Environments
HLTH1002 -  Foundations: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
SCIN1003 -  Foundations: Science and Technology
Year 1, Study Period 6
MATH1002 -  Foundations: Mathematics and Numeracy
ENGL1005 -  Foundations: Language & Literacy
Year 2, Session 1
CRTV1001 -  Foundations: The Arts
EDUC1003 -  Foundations for Education
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 1
HBIO1001 -  Human Anatomy
Year 2, Session 2
HBIO1007 -  Human Physiology I
HBIO2001 -  Musculoskeletal Functional Anatomy
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 2
NUTR1001 -  Food and Nutrition in Health
Year 3, Session 1
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 3
EDUC3008 -  Promoting the Health and Wellbeing of Young People
EDUC1004 -  Understanding Children and Young People
Year 3, Session 2
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT UNIT 4
EDUC2007 -  Physical Education Studies I: Athletics and Aquatics
EDUC2010 -  Literacy, Assessment and Information & Communication Technology
EDUC6009 -  Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being
Year 4, Session 1
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT 1
EDUC3009 -  Contemporary Health Issues for Young People
EDUC2002 -  Curriculum Specialisation: Personal Development, Health, Physical Education I
TCHR3007 -  Professional Experience I: Becoming a Teacher Note 5
Year 4, Session 2
SECOND TEACHING SUBJECT CURRICULUM SPECIALISATION UNIT II
EDUC2008 -  Physical Education Studies II: Dance and Gymnastics
EDUC3005 -  Curriculum Specialisation: Personal Development, Health, Physical Education II (Lifestyle)
TCHR3008 -  Professional Experience II: Effective Teaching Note 5

Year 5, Session 1

HBIO2002 -  Motor Control
EDUC2009 -  Supporting Learners with Diverse Abilities
TCHR3006 -  Professional Experience III: Transition to the Profession Note 5

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Year 1, Session 2
ENGL1004 -  Foundations: English
CLST1002 -  Foundations: Human Society and its Environments
HLTH1002 -  Foundations: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
SCIN1003 -  Foundations: Science and Technology
Year 1, Study Period 6
MATH1002 -  Foundations: Mathematics and Numeracy
ENGL1005 -  Foundations: Language & Literacy
Year 2, Session 1
CRTV1001 -  Foundations: The Arts
EDUC1003 -  Foundations for Education
SCIN1005 -  Organisms and Environments
SCIN1002 -  Science in Society
Year 2, Session 2
CHEM1001 -  Chemistry
BIOL1005 -  Cells and Molecules
EDUC2010 -  Literacy, Assessment and Information & Communication Technology
STAT1002 -  Scientific Data Management and Analysis
Year 2, Session 3
Year 3, Session 1
CHEM2001 -  Environmental Chemistry
Choose an Elective unit.
EDUC2004 -  Curriculum Specialisation: Science I
Choose an Elective Unit
Year 3, Session 2
MRNE3003 -  Ocean Change Biology
EDUC1004 -  Understanding Children and Young People
ENVR3009 -  Biogeochemistry
EDUC3004 -  Curriculum Specialisation: Science II
Year 4, Session 1
TCHR3007 -  Professional Experience I: Becoming a Teacher Note 5
EDUC2016 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy I
Choose an Elective unit
Year 4, Session 2
ERTH2003 -  Aquatic Pollution and Catchment Management
TCHR3008 -  Professional Experience II: Effective Teaching Note 5
EDUC3014 -  Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy II
Choose an Elective unit.
Year 5, Session 1
TCHR3006 -  Professional Experience III: Transition to the Profession Note 5
EDUC2009 -  Supporting Learners with Diverse Abilities
EDUC6009 -  Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being


Notes

Note 1: Students who complete Geography and Modern History, Geography and Society and Culture, or Modern History and Society and Culture or Modern History and Aboriginal Studies or Geography and Aboriginal Studies need to complete the following two units: EDU30007 - Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy I and EDU30008 - Advanced Secondary Curriculum Pedagogy II
Note 2: Society and Culture or Aboriginal Studies needs to be completed with either Modern History or Geography. Where units remain, another teaching subject may also be completed, e.g. English. For further information, please contact the Student Advice Team.
Note 3: Enrolment in units in the PDHPE and Science streams may require attendance at classes on campus.
Note 4: Students undertaking the Elective option must complete at least 6 Advanced Units throughout the course.
Note 5: This unit involves a professional experience placement.
Note 6: Alternate course progressions may be available depending upon your Teaching Subjects. Please contact the Student Advice Team for more information.

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