Courses offered in the Faculty of Education
The Faculty of Education offers undergraduate, honours and postgraduate courses in the fields of education, exercise science and information studies. A range of on-campus or distance education delivery, and the ability to study full time or part time (varies by course) allow you to choose the right program to achieve your career goals.
Teaching and Education
Teaching is the single largest profession in Australia, and the field of education continues to grow in size and significance, ensuring skilled and enthusiastic graduates are constantly in demand.
Education encompasses primary, middle school and secondary teaching, vocational education and training, and teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL).
Teaching and Education graduates are encouraged and supported in ongoing on-the-job and formal training designed to enhance their professional practice.
Exercise and Sports Science
Exercise and Sports Sciences courses are designed to give CSU students the edge in a modern, dynamic employment environment.
These programs feature the disciplines of exercise physiology, biomechanics, motor control, exercise and sport psychology and physical activity and health. Courses including studies of business, education, journalism and teaching are available, providing a wide range of career opportunities.
Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities including exercise biochemistry and exercise physiology laboratories, an aerobics/dance studio, multipurpose gymnasium and resistance training area.See all the courses in Exercise and Sport Science offered at CSU.
Graduates of Information Studies courses at CSU are highly skilled and adaptive information and knowledge professionals. They understand the nature of the information life cycle from creation, through management and use, to preservation; have highly developed information-handling skills; possess the flexibility to adapt to a rapidly evolving environment; have a strong client focus; and have the ability to take leadership in developing innovative solutions to the problems posed by the expanding data universe.
Many graduates will become involved in the management of people and resources and will require knowledge of modern management techniques.
With the exception of the Doctor of Philosophy course, all Information Studies courses, including Teacher Librarianship, are offered by distance education only.