The University of Notre Dame Australia

Master of Education (Early Childhood)

The University of Notre Dame Australia

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

The Master of Education (Early Childhood) provides an opportunity for educators with practical teaching experience to continue their professional development. In particular, you develop an in-depth knowledge and understanding of teaching in the early years, and engage with current theories and policies on working with young children from 0-8 years. Designed for primary and early childhood educators, our Master of Education (Early Childhood) is a highly flexible and practical degree. Because we understand that our students often have demanding work/life commitments this program is available both on Campus and online. Courses are offered in a variety of ways including face-to-face intensive mode, external semester mode and fully-online. The mode of courses is provided on the post-graduate schedule of offerings each year.The program consists of eight courses: two compulsory courses, one elective and five specialisation courses. The Master of Education (Early Childhood) is a highly stimulating degree and with the guidance of experienced teachers, you develop the ability to critically analyse, design and implement proactive approaches to early childhood education.


  • 2 compulsory courses
  • 4 specialisation courses
  • 2 elective courses


  • Early childhood education

Standard entry requirements

  • At least two years of full-time professional experience in primary or early childhood teaching
  • A Bachelor or postgraduate degree in teaching/education or a cognate discipline

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Fremantle Yes
  • Full-time : 1 year
  • Part-time : 1 year

Related courses

Browse more courses
Is the information on this page correct? Request update
Enquire about this course
You must agree before submitting.

Become a member

Already a member? LoginForgot password?

Join the conversation