The University of Notre Dame Australia

Master of Education (Curriculum)

The University of Notre Dame Australia

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

The Master of Education (Curriculum) is designed to introduce students to advanced knowledge of specialised educational theory and practice that includes the understanding of recent developments in the domain of curriculum studies. Students are challenged to demonstrate highly developed cognitive, technical and creative skills and a high level of personal autonomy and accountability to generate understanding of complex educational issues in curriculum studies. Students are expected to evaluate and apply knowledge of research principles and methods to curriculum studies within school settings and plan, execute and reflect critically on a substantial research-based project and/or piece of scholarship on critical issues in curriculum studies within school settings.

Structure

  • 2 compulsory courses
  • 5 specialisation courses
  • 1 elective course

Subjects

  • Education

Standard entry requirements

  • Admission to postgraduate teaching programs requires the completion of a recognised Bachelor of Education (Teaching) degree or equivalent
  • Hold a Teacher Registration
  • Some programs require at least 3 years teaching experience
  • Details of admission qualifications and any additional requirements are listed in the individual course descriptions - https://www.notredame.edu.au/study/programs

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Fremantle
  • ATAR: The admission requirements at Notre Dame are based on a selection rank which includes your academic results, unique experiences, interests and contributions to the society.
Yes
  • Full-time : 1 year
  • Part-time : 5 years

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