Bachelor of Education - Primary / Bachelor of Behavioural Science

The University of Notre Dame Australia

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 01032F

The Bachelor of Education has been designed to enable students to teach in Catholic, independent or government schools, depending on individual interest. This degree also provides students with: extensive practical experience; coursework that is contemporary; exposure to emergent learning technologies; and a focus on the Curriculum Framework and associated learning outcomes. Behavioural Science is concerned with the understanding of human behaviour. The Bachelor of Behavioural Science covers the promotion of optimal health in individuals; healthy relationships in personal, organisational, community and national contexts; and social justice and equity for people regardless of race, gender or other individual differences. By graduating with a double degree, students increase their employability and widen their career options.


5 years with 32 weeks of in-school practicum over the course of the degree


  • Behavioural science
  • Education-primary

Standard entry requirements

  • Year 12
  • Interview
  • Mature age: pre-university course at an approved college/TAFE or Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)


Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Fremantle Domestic: $83,665
International: $169,800
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Further information

All teacher education students in WA are required to sit the national Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students (LANTITE) and demonstrate the required minimum level of personal literacy and numeracy prior to graduation.

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