Home to the Centre for Children and Young People and an active research community, Southern Cross University's School of Education produces teachers armed with the latest evidence in teaching practice and adolescent education.

Our Education degrees are combined with an Arts degree to amplify the scope of your teaching practice and all degrees include substantial and meaningful work placements. You’ll be thoroughly prepared and qualified to work as a teacher in either:

  • Early Childhood settings
  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) in secondary schools.

Two of our degrees qualify you to work across these categories, doubling employment opportunities either as an Early Childhood/Primary teacher or as a Primary/Secondary teacher.

Why study education and teaching at Southern Cross?

  • Extensive teaching placements arranged with our support team
  • eTeach rooms simulate classroom environment for complete work-readiness
  • Degrees accredited by both NSW and Queensland teaching authorities
  • Lecturers who are active research leaders in theory, policy advancement, public debate and practice
  • Top 400 of universities worldwide in Education - Times Higher Education University Rankings 2019.