Master of Mathematics Education

The University of Notre Dame Australia

The Master of Mathematics Education caters for the following needs: current teachers wishing to add Mathematics as a teaching area; current teachers wishing to be equipped to teach Year 12 Mathematics; teachers desiring to pursue higher research in Mathematics Education; teachers in primary and secondary school level wishing to have a strong grounding in Mathematics; teachers and staff who desire to gain professional development.

Course Fee:

Australian: $32,950

Entry Requirements:

Bachelor degree from a recognised University in Arts, Science, Education or Business and a teaching qualification; General or Advanced Mathematics at Year 12 level or equivalent


Students may undertake study commencing in First Semester (February) or Second Semester (July). The units are taught in the evening during the semester and some units are taught during the school holidays in the middle of the semester. The research units are supervised by academics and publication of research results is highly recommended. The assessment of competency in each unit consists of tutorial performance, a number of assignments or projects during the semester and a final examination.

Subjects you can Study:


Further information:

The standard duration of the Master of Mathematics Education is two years of study, however it can be completed in 1.5 years if studied full time. The first year is part-time and the second year is full-time.

Who for:

Current teachers wishing to teach Year 12 Mathematics, pursue higher research, have strong grounding in Mathematics, and gain professional development

Accepts International Students:


Provider CRICOS: 01032F

Related Careers:

Mathematician, Teacher - Secondary,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Sydney No info Yes Full time 1.5 years
Sydney No info Yes Part time 3 years

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