Master of Education (generic and with specialisations) Articulated Set

includes:

Master of Education (generic and with specialisations)
Graduate Certificate in Education (generic and with specialistions)

Awards

The course includes the following awards:

Graduate Certificate in Education GradCertEd

Graduate Certificate in Education (Adult and Vocational Education) GradCertEd(Adult&VocEd)

Graduate Certificate in Education (Contemporary Literacies) GradCertEd(ContempLiteracies)

Graduate Certificate in Education (Curriculum and Professional Practice) GradCertEd(Curric&ProfPrac)

Graduate Certificate in Education (Digital Technology) GradCertEd(DigTech)

Graduate Certificate in Education (Early Childhood Leadership) GradCertEd(EarlyChildLShip)

Graduate Certificate in Education (Educational Leadership) GradCertEd(EdLShip)

Graduate Certificate in Education (Educational Research) GradCertEd(EdResearch)

Master of Education MEd

Master of Education (Adult and Vocational Education) MEd(Adult&VocEd)

Master of Education (Contemporary Literacies) MEd(ContempLiteracies)

Master of Education (Curriculum and Professional Practice) MEd(Curric&ProfPrac)

Master of Education (Digital Technology) MEd(DigTech)

Master of Education (Early Childhood Leadership) MEd(EarlyChildLShip)

Master of Education (Educational Leadership) MEd(EdLship)

Master of Education (Educational Research) MEd(EdResearch)

Availability

Graduate Certificate in Education (Adult and Vocational Education) (1318AE)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Graduate Certificate in Education (Contemporary Literacies) (1318CL)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Graduate Certificate in Education (Educational Leadership) (1318EL)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Graduate Certificate in Education (Educational Research) (1318ER)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Graduate Certificate in Education (Early Childhood Leadership) (1319CL)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Graduate Certificate in Education (Curriculum and Professional Practice) (1319CP)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Graduate Certificate in Education (Digital Technology) (1319DT)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Master of Education (Early Childhood Leadership) (1719CL)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Master of Education (Digital Technology) (1719DT)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Master of Education (Curriculum and Professional Practice) (1719PP)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Graduate Certificate in Education (3306ED)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Master of Education (Adult and Vocational Education) (3702AE)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Master of Education (3702EE)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Master of Education (Educational Leadership) (3702EL)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Master of Education (Educational Research) (3702ER)

Online - Wagga Wagga

Master of Education (Contemporary Literacies) (3702LI)

Online - Wagga Wagga

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

Normal Course Duration

Master of Education (generic and with specialisations)

Full-time 1.0 years (2.0 sessions)

Part-time 2.0 years (4.0 sessions)

Graduate Certificate in Education (generic and with specialistions)

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

Master of Education (generic and with specialisations)

Applicants must satisfy the following requirements for admission:

  • hold the degree of Bachelor of Education or equivalent from an approved tertiary institution; or


  • hold the degree of Bachelor of Education (Honours) or equivalent from an approved tertiary institution; or

  • hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent from an approved tertiary institution with an end-on integrated professional teaching qualification (such as a Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Bachelor of Teaching); or

  • applicants without a tertiary qualification may be admitted to the Graduate Certificate in Education on the basis of professional attainment and/or work experience. Upon successful completion of the Graduate Certificate, students will be eligible for admission to the Master of Education and receive credit for applicable subjects.


    Standard English Language Proficiency requirements. Refer to http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language for the specific requirements. 
Graduate Certificate in Education (generic and with specialistions)

Applicants must satisfy the following requirements for admission:

  • hold a Bachelors Degree (or equivalent) in any discipline from a University or other tertiary education provider; or

  • applicants without a tertiary qualification may be admitted to the Graduate Certificate in Education on the basis of professional attainment and/or work experience.


Standard English Language Proficiency requirements. Refer to http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language for the specific requirements.

Upon successful completion of the Graduate Certificate, students will be eligible for admission to the Master of Education and receive credit for applicable subjects.

Credit

CSU Credit Policy

Master of Education (generic and with specialisations)

Credit may be granted where a student has completed study at an appropriate level beyond an initial four years of tertiary study where this study does not constitute part of the admission criteria.

The following credit arrangements have been put in place for the Master of Education and the following Specialisations:
 

  • Adult and Vocational Education
  • Contemporary Literacies
  • Curriculum and Professional Practice
  • Digital Technology
  • Early Childhood Leadership
  • Educational Leadership
  • Educational Research


EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has successfully completed the standard Principals Qualification Programs (PQPs) Part 1 and Part 2 delivered by providers accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has successfully completed the Education and the Law delivered by providers accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has successfully completed the Special Education for Administrators Program delivered by providers accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

ESA501 Mapping the Field of Educational Leadership - 8 subject point Transfer Credit (TCR) and ESA502 Educational Leadership in Contemporary Organisations - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has completed the enhanced Masters Dimension Principals Qualification Program (PQP) Part 1 and Part 2 delivered by providers accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

ESA509 Advanced School Leadership - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has successfully completed the Principals Development Course (PDC) delivered by the Ontario Principals Council and accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR)  will be granted on the basis of three part Additional Qualification (AQ) (includes three part specialist short courses that are recognised by Ontario College of Teachers (OCT)) .

EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 subject points Transfer (TCR) credit will be granted on the basis of Honour Specialist (an appropriate Secondary Specialist course, with an Honours degree, as recognised by Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).

EDU51C - Level 5 Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 16 points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted on the basis of a Combined (double) Honour Specialist (two appropriate Secondary Specialist courses, with an Honours degree, as recognised by Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).

 

Graduate Certificate in Education (generic and with specialistions)

Credit may be granted where a student has completed study at an appropriate level beyond an initial four years of tertiary study where this study does not constitute part of the admission criteria.

The following credit arrangements have been put in place for the Graduate Certificate in Education and the following Specialisations:

  • Adult and Vocational Education
  • Contemporary Literacies
  • Curriculum and Professional Practice
  • Digital Technology
  • Early Childhood Leadership
  • Educational Leadership
  • Educational Research



EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has successfully completed the standard Principals Qualification Programs (PQPs) Part 1 and Part 2 delivered by providers accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has successfully completed the Education and the Law delivered by providers accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has successfully completed the Special Education for Administrators Program delivered by providers accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

ESA501 Mapping the Field of Educational Leadership - 8 subject point Transfer Credit (TCR) and ESA502 Educational Leadership in Contemporary Organisations - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has completed the enhanced Masters Dimension Principals Qualification Program (PQP) Part 1 and Part 2 delivered by providers accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

ESA509 Advanced School Leadership - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted where an applicant has successfully completed the Principals Development Course (PDC) delivered by the Ontario Principals Council and accredited by the Ontario Council of Teachers (OCT).

EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 subject points Transfer Credit (TCR)  will be granted on the basis of three part Additional Qualification (AQ) (includes three part specialist short courses that are recognised by Ontario College of Teachers (OCT)) .

EDU51C - Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 8 subject points Transfer (TCR) credit will be granted on the basis of Honour Specialist (an appropriate Secondary Specialist course, with an Honours degree, as recognised by Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).

EDU51C - Level 5 Education Studies Level 5 Subject - 16 points Transfer Credit (TCR) will be granted on the basis of a Combined (double) Honour Specialist (two appropriate Secondary Specialist courses, with an Honours degree, as recognised by Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).

Articulation

The Master and Graduate Certificate make up an articulated set of courses and credit is given in each higher level course for the subjects completed in the lower.

Graduation Requirement

Master of Education (generic and with specialisations)

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 64 points.

Graduate Certificate in Education (generic and with specialistions)

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 32 points.

Course Structure

The Master of Education course consists of 64 points of study. The requirements for the Master of Education course (with / without specialisation) are listed below.

The Graduate Certificate of Education (with / without specialisation) consists of 32 points. Detailed requirements are listed below.

All subjects have a value of 8 points unless otherwise stated.


MASTER OF EDUCATION
To graduate with the Master of Education, students must complete 64 points made up of two core subjects (16 points) and 48 points of restricted electives.

Core subjects (2 subjects)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future (final subject)

Restricted electives (choose subjects to the value of 48 points)
EEB501 Preparing a Literature Review
EEB504 Data-informed Practice
EEB505 Indigenous Australian Studies for Teachers
EEB506 Professional Practice in Education and Training
EEL423 Leadership and Management of OODE (4 points)
EEL425 Digital Innovations and Open, Online and Distance Education (4 points)
EEL500 Mentoring, Leadership and Change
EEL503 Dimensions of Online and Open (4 points)
EEL510 Leading Professional Learning Organisations
EEL512 Digital Learning Design (4 points)
EER500 Introduction to Education Research
EER501 Qualitative Research Methods
EER502 Quantitative Research Methods
ELN500 Exploring Literature
ELS503 Teaching Reading in a Diverse World
ELS504 Understanding Writing
EML436 The Multimodal Writing Process
EMT501 Educational Applications of Information Technology
EMT503 Leadership in Learning and Teaching with ICT
EMV501 The Adult and Vocational Education System in Australia
EPT502 Issues in Professional Learning
EPT509 High Level Facilitation Skills in Adult and Vocational Education
ERP502 Master of Education Project (16 points)
ESA501 Mapping the Field of Educational Leadership
ESA502 Educational Leadership in Contemporary Organisations
ESA503 Leading Educational Change
ESA504 Education Policy Analysis
ESA509 Advanced School Leadership
ESA513 Leading Learning
ESA515 Mapping the Field of Early Childhood Leadership
ESA516 Leading Learning in Early Childhood
ESG504 Providing Challenging Learning for Gifted Students
ESS422 Assessment and Evaluation for Learning
ESS426 Collaboration and Teamwork in the Inclusive School
ESS516 Mathematics Difficulties: Prevention and Intervention
ESS518 Reading Difficulties: Prevention and Intervention
ESS528 Designing Program Evaluation for Inclusive Education Settings
ESS540 Designing the Inclusive School
ETL523 Digital Citizenship in Schools
HRM561 Developing Training Capabilities
INF506 Social Networking for Information Professionals
INF530 Concepts and Practices for a Digital Age
INF532 Knowledge Networking for Educators
INF541 Game Based Learning


In addition to the elective options listed above, up to two other subjects (16 points) that are suitable and relevant to the aims and objectives of this course may be selected as electives from within or external to the University, with prior written permission from the Course Director. While most restricted electives are Level 5 subjects, a maximum of 16 points of Level 4 subjects may be chosen with prior written permission from the Course Director.


MASTER OF EDUCATION (ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION)
The Master of Education (Adult and Vocational Education) consists of 64 points made up of two core subjects, four compulsory subjects and two restricted electives.

Core subjects (2 subjects)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future (final subject)

Adult and Vocational Education specialisation compulsory subjects (4 subjects)
EEL510 Leading Professional Learning Organisations
EPT502 Issues in Professional Learning
HRM561 Developing Training Capabilities
EEB506 Professional Practice in Education and Training

Adult and Vocational Education specialisation restricted electives (2 subjects)
ESA503 Leading Educational Change
ESA504 Education Policy Analysis
EPT509 High Level Facilitation Skills in Adult and Vocational Education
EMV501 The Adult and Vocational Education System in Australia
EEL500 Mentoring, Leadership and Change

*Note: Graduates of the CSU Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education cannot select EMV501 or EPT509 as elective choices.

MASTER OF EDUCATION (CURRICULUM AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE)
The Master of Education (Curriculum and Professional Practice) consists of 64 points made up of two core subjects, 4 four compulsory subjects and two restricted electives, as detailed below.

Core subjects (2 subjects)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future (final subject)

Curriculum and Professional Practice compulsory subjects (4 subjects)
EPT502 Issues in Professional Learning
EL510 Leading Professional Learning Organisations
ESS426 Collaboration and Teamwork in the Inclusive School
EEB506 Professional Practice in Education and Training

Curriculum and Professional Practice restricted Electives List (2 subjects)
EEB505 Indigenous Australian Studies for Teachers
ESG504 Providing Challenging Learning for Gifted Students
ESS422 Assessment and Evaluation for Learning
ESS516 Mathematics Difficulties: Prevention and Intervention
ESS518 Reading Difficulties Prevention and Intervention
EMT501 Educational Applications of Information Technology


MASTER OF EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD LEADERSHIP)
The Master of Education (Early Childhood Leadership) consists of 8 subjects (64 points) made up of two core subjects and four compulsory subjects as detailed below.

Core subjects (2 subjects)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future (final subject)

Early Childhood Leadership compulsory subjects (4 subjects)
ESA502 Educational Leadership in Contemporary Organisations
ESA503 Leading Educational Change
ESA515 Mapping the Field of Early Childhood Leadership
ESA516 Leading Learning in Early Childhood

PLUS 16 points of subjects chosen from the general M.Ed restricted electives list .

MASTER OF EDUCATION (EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP)
The Master of Education (Educational Leadership) consists of 64 points made up of two core and four compulsory subjects.

Core subjects (2 subjects)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future (final subject)

Educational Leadership specialisation compulsory subjects (3 subjects)
ESA501 Mapping the Field of Educational Leadership
ESA502 Educational Leadership in Contemporary Organisations
ESA504 Education Policy Analysis

Educational Leadership specialisation restricted elective (1 subject)
ESA503 Leading Educational Change OR ESA513 Leading Learning

PLUS 16 points of subjects chosen from the general M.Ed restricted electives list.

MASTER OF EDUCATION (DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY)
The Master of Education (Digital Technology) consists of 64 points made up of two core subjects, four compulsory subjects from the Digital Technology specialisation.

Core subjects (2 subjects)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future (final subject)

Digital Technology specialisation restricted electives (choose subjects up to the value of 32 credit points)
EMT501 Educational Applications of Information Technology
EMT503 Leadership in Learning and Teaching with ICT
INF530 Concepts and Practices for a Digital Age
INF532 Knowledge Networking for Educators
ETL523 Digital Citizenship in Schools
INF506 Social Networking for Information Professionals
INF541 Game Based Learning
EEL425 Digital Innovations and Open, Online and Distance Education (4 points)
EEL512 Digital Learning Design (4 points)
EEL423 Leadership and Management of OODE (4 points)
EEL503 Dimensions of Online and Open (4 points)

PLUS 16 points of subjects chosen from the general M.Ed. restricted electives list.

MASTER OF EDUCATION (CONTEMPORARY LITERACIES)
The Master of Education (Contemporary Literacies) consists of 64 points made up of two core and four compulsory subjects.

Core subjects (2 subjects)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future (final subject)

Contemporary Literacies specialisation compulsory subjects (4 subjects)
ELN500 Exploring Literature
ELS503 Teaching Reading in a Diverse World
ELS504 Understanding Writing
EML436 The Multimodal Writing Process

PLUS 16 points of subjects chosen from the general M.Ed.restricted electives list.

MASTER OF EDUCATION (EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH)
The Master of Education (Educational Research) consists of 64 points including one core subject and six compulsory subjects.

Core subject (1 subject)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Educational Research Specialisation compulsory subjects (2 subjects)
EER500 Introduction to Educational Research
ERP502 Master of Education Project (16 points, final subject)

Educational Research specialisation restricted electives (Choose 4 subjects)
EER501 Qualitative Research Methods
EER502 Quantitative Research Methods
EEB504 Data Informed Practice
EEB501 Preparing a Literature Review
ESS528 Designing Program Evaluation for Inclusive Education Settings

NOTE: ALL MASTERS SPECIALISATIONS
With the permission of the Course Director, students may be able to substitute one subject in a specialisation with EEB501 Preparing a Literature Review or two subjects in a specialisation with ERP502 Master of Education Project (16 points). If EEB501 and/or ERP502 are to be included as substitutes, the submissions required in these two subjects must be based on a topic related to the specialisation.

Before enrolling in ERP502 Master of Education Project, students are strongly advised to complete EER500 Introduction to Educational Research, EER501 Qualitative Research Methods, EER502 Quantitative Research Methods and EEB501 Preparing a Literature Review.


GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION
The Graduate Certificate in Education consists of 32 points made up of four 8 point subjects or three 8 point subjects and two 4 point subjects, from the Master of Education restricted electives list.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (ADULT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION)
The Graduate Certificate in Education (Adult and Vocational Education) consists of 32 points (4 subjects) of study, made up of one core subject and three compulsory subjects.

Core subject (1 subject)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Adult and Vocational Education specialisation restricted electives (choose 3 subjects)
EEL510 Leading Professional Learning Organisations
EPT502 Issues in Professional Learning
EEL500 Mentoring, Leadership and Change
ESA503 Leading Educational Change
ESA504 Education Policy Analysis
EPT509 High Level Facilitation Skills in Adult and Vocational Education
EMV501 The Adult and Vocational Education System in Australia
HRM561 Developing Training Capabilities

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP)
The Graduate Certificate in Education (Educational Leadership) consists of 32 points, made up of one core subject and two compulsory subjects.

Core subject (1 subject)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Educational Leadership specialisation compulsory subjects (choose 2 subjects)
ESA501 Mapping the Field of Educational Leadership
ESA502 Educational Leadership in Contemporary Organisations
ESA504 Education Policy Analysis

PLUS a further 8 points from the Master of Education restricted electives list.


GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY)
The Graduate Certificate in Education (Digital Technology) consists of 32 points, made up of one core subject and two (or 16 points) compulsory subjects.

Core subject (1 subject)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Digital Technology specialisation restricted electives (select subjects up to the value of 16 credit points)
EMT501 Educational Applications of Information Technology
EMT503 Leadership in Learning and Teaching with ICT
INF530 Concepts and Practices for a Digital Age
INF532 Knowledge Networking for Educators
ETL523 Digital Citizenship in Schools
INF506 Social Networking for Information Professionals
INF541 Game Based Learning
EEL425 Digital Innovations and Open, Online and Distance Education (4 points)
EEL512 Digital Learning Design (4 points)
EEL423 Leadership and Management of OODE (4 points)
EEL503 Dimensions of Online and Open (4 points)

PLUS a further 8 points from the Master of Education restricted electives list.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (CONTEMPORARY LITERACIES)
The Graduate Certificate in Education (Contemporary Literacies) consists of 32 points, made up of one core subject and two compulsory subjects.

Core subject (1 subject)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Contemporary Literacies specialisation restricted electives (choose 2 subjects)
ELN500 Exploring Literature
ELS503 Teaching Reading in a Diverse World
ELS504 Understanding Writing
EML436 The Multimodal Writing Process

PLUS a further 8 points from the Master of Education restricted electives list.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (CURRICULUM AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE)
The Graduate Certificate in Education (Curriculum and Professional Practice) consists of 32 points, made up of one core subject and two compulsory subjects.

Core subject (1 subject)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Curriculum and Professional Practice specialisation restricted electives (choose 2 subjects)
EPT502 Issues in Professional Learning
EEL510 Leading Professional Learning Organisations
ESS426 Collaboration and Teamwork in the Inclusive School

PLUS a further 8 points from the Master of Education restricted electives list.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD LEADERSHIP)
The Graduate Certificate in Education (Early Childhood Leadership) consists of 32 points, made up of one core subject and two compulsory subjects.

Core subjects (1 subject)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Early Childhood Leadership compulsory subjects (2 subjects)
ESA515 Mapping the Field of Early Childhood Leadership
ESA516 Leading Learning in Early Childhood

PLUS a further 8 points from the Master of Education restricted electives list.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH)
This course consists of 32 points (4 subjects), made up of one core subjects and three compulsory subjects.

Core subjects (1 subject)
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Educational Research specialisation compulsory subject (1 subject)
EER500 Introduction to Educational Research


Educational Research specialisation restricted electives (2 subjects)
EER501 Qualitative Research Methods
EER502 Quantitative Research Methods
EEB504 Data Informed Practice


KEY SUBJECTS
Key subjects contain critical information that students must master in order to progress in their course. Passing a key subject is one of the indicators of satisfactory academic progress in a course. Student must pass key subjects at no more than two attempts. Key subjects for all of the above courses are as follows:

EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals (introductory subject)

Enrolment Pattern

Because there is a limited number of compulsory subjects in the Master of Education, it is impossible to provide a detailed enrolment pattern. Below are possible patterns of study showing enrolment in Sessions 1 and 2. However it is also possible to enrol in some subjects in Session 3 if desired.

MASTER OF EDUCATION
MASTER OF EDUCATION (Adult and Vocational Education)
MASTER OF EDUCATION (Curriculum and Professional Practice)
MASTER OF EDUCATION (Early Childhood Leadership)
MASTER OF EDUCATION (Educational Leadership)
MASTER OF EDUCATION (Information Technologies)
MASTER OF EDUCATION (Contemporary Literacies)

Core subject EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals must be undertaken in the first session of study, while core subject EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future must be undertaken in the final session of study.

The enrolment pattern below includes a minimum of 32 points of specialisation subjects; for full details of specialisation requirements, see Course Structure section.

FULL-TIME -

Year 1 - Session 1
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals
[ ] Restricted elective / Specialisation 1
[ ] Restricted elective / Specialisation 2
[ ] Restricted elective

Year 1 - Session 2
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future
[ ] Restricted elective / Specialisation 3
[ ] Restricted elective / Specialisation 4
[ ] Restricted elective

PART-TIME -

Year 1 - Session 1
EER504 Contemporary Education Professionals
[ ] Restricted elective / Specialisation 1

Year 1 - Session 2
[ ] Restricted elective / Specialisation 2
[ ] Restricted elective / Specialisation 3

Year 2 - Session 1
[ ] Restricted elective / Specialisation 4
[ ] Restricted elective

Year 2 - Session 2
EEB503 Education Professionals for the Future
[ ] Restricted elective


GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (WITH SPECIALISATIONS)
Because of the limited number of compulsory subjects and scope for elective choice in the Graduate Certificate (s), it is impossible to provide a specific enrolment pattern. For advice on an appropriate enrolment pattern for the chosen specialisation, students should contact the Course Director.

Workplace Learning

Please note that the following subjects may contain a Workplace Learning component. Further details for Workplace Learning requirements are located via the subject page

EEB506 Professional Practice in Education and Training
EPT502 Issues in Professional Learning
EPT509 High Level Facilitation Skills in Adult and Vocational Education

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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