Course summary

The Master of Teaching is a graduate-entry qualification that prepares graduates for secondary or early childhood teaching. Graduates can teach in secondary schools (up to two subjects), or in early childhood settings (six-weeks to five-years-old) depending on their selected stream.

The degree includes an extended educational research project. Professional experience placements are included throughout the course to enable students to become highly competent and experienced teachers.

Applicants for the Master of Teaching must submit a 1,000-word personal statement outlining their non-academic capabilities. See education non-academic requirements for further information. 

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From the 1st of June, 2017, the term 'Distance Education' has been replaced with 'Online'