The University of Notre Dame Australia

Master of Education (Religious Education)

The University of Notre Dame Australia

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

The Master of Education (Religious Education) is a one-year, full-time degree that provides an in-depth understanding of Catholic theology and religious practice for those wishing to develop their religious education skills and qualifications. If you are in a leadership position or work within the field of religious studies, then this is the ideal degree for you. The Master of Education (Religious Education) is a coursework degree that requires the completion of eight courses, including two compulsory courses, one elective and five specialisation courses. Topics include Critical and Creative Thinking in Religious Education, Theories and Models of Leadership for Catholic Schools, and Religious and Spiritual Development of Young People.Because we understand that you already have a busy schedule and many existing commitments, tuition for this degree is extremely flexible. You may choose to attend your classes in person or online, and any face-to-face classes are generally scheduled during school holidays or on Saturdays to accommodate your needs.

Designed for

Health care professionals involved in the training of other health care practitioners


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


  • Education
  • Theology

Standard entry requirements

Have at least two years of full-time professional experience in either a primary or secondary school setting. 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

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