Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

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Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

Awards

The course includes the following awards:

Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education GradCertLearn&TeachHigherEd

Availability

Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (8303UL)

Online - Albury-Wodonga

Availability is subject to change, please verify prior to enrolment.

Normal Course Duration

Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

Full-time 0.5 years (1.0 sessions)

Part-time 1.0 years (2.0 sessions)

Normal course duration is the effective period of time taken to complete a course when studied Full-time (Full-time Equivalent Duration). Students are advised to consult the Enrolment Pattern for the actual length of study. Not all courses are offered in Full-time mode.

Admission Criteria

CSU Admission Policy

Admission is restricted to staff of Charles Sturt University, including including academic associates in the School of Policing Studies teaching CSU subjects. 

Study Centre staff and workplace learning educators who supervise CSU students during work placements are eligible to enrol in EEL516 as a single study subject to undertake components relevant to their role. 

Admission for CSU Probationary academics:

All CSU probationary academic staff will be granted admission to the Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.

Credit

CSU Credit Policy

Students who have already completed EEL416 and EEL409 will be given credit for EEL516. 

This aligns with the requirement that all probationary CSU staff complete EEL516. 

Applicants with previous higher education teaching qualifications may seek credit for EEL516.

Seek advice from the Course Director.

Graduation Requirement

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 32 points.

Course Structure

The course comprises 32 points, as follows:

Core subjects
EEL516 Foundations of Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (16 points)
EEL523 Enhancing the Skilful Higher Education Teacher (8 points)

Restricted electives
EEL521 Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (8 points)

OR 8 points from the following list:

EEB438 Teaching Adult Literacy in Adult & Vocational Education (8 points)
EEE404 Assessment & Evaluation Practices (8 points)
EEL418 Learning Theory in Adult & Vocational Education (8 points)
EEL422 The Impact of Online on Distance Education (4 points)
EEL425 Digital Innovations and OODE Technologies (4 points)
EEL426 Adoption of Open Educational Practices (4 points)
EEL512 Digital Learning Design (4 points)
EEP423 Constructing Effective Learning Environments for Adults (8 points)
INF530 Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation (8 points)

Enrolment Pattern

All subjects are available online for self-paced learning.

PART-TIME (OVER 2 YEARS):

SESSION 1 (February) commencement -

Year 1  Session 1

EEL516 Foundations of Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (16 points) (commence)

Year 1  Session 2
EEL516 Foundations of Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (16 points) (complete)

Year 2  Session 1
EEL521 Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (8 points)
OR
[ ] restricted elective (8 points)
OR
[ ] restricted elective (4 points)
[ ] restricted elective (4 points)

Year 2  Session 2
EEL523 Enhancing the Skilful Higher Education Teacher (8 points)

SESSION 2 (July) commencement -

Year 1  Session 2
EEL516 Foundations of Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (16 points) (commence)

Year 2 - Session 1
EEL516 Foundations of Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (16 points) (complete)

Year 2  Session 2
EEL521 Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (8 points)
OR
[ ] restricted elective (8 points)
OR
[ ] restricted elective (4 points)
[ ] restricted elective (4 points)

Year 3  Session 1
EEL523 Enhancing the Skilful Higher Education Teacher (8 points)

Contact

For further information about courses and subjects outlined in the CSU handbook please contact:

Current students

Future students

The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: April 2019. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.

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