Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education)

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  • Objectives
    CSU’s Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education) is a nationally accredited and registered tertiary degree which facilitates employment as a health and physical education teacher.
  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education)
  • Course description
    About the course

    The aim of the course is to provide an educational environment in which students can develop critical and reflective thinking, pedagogical understanding to gain knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to enable them to work as a professional health and physical educator.

    Where it will take you

    Employment trends indicate that a high employment rate is expected in the teaching service.

    Graduates have entered the teaching service with the Department of Education and Training (DET), the independent schools, Catholic and Diocesan systems of schooling. Recognition of the award will also see graduates employed overseas and in other Australian states.

    Second teaching method minor pathway

    Students can elect to follow a second teaching method sequence or extend their human movement study through applied physical activity subjects. Both pathways constitute five subjects which may require study through distance education.

    Minor studies offered in Mathematics, English, Information Technology, Human Society and It's Environment (HSIE) and Science satisfy NSW requirements for a second designated teaching area.

    Your course is recognised by industry

    The Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education) is a nationally accredited and registered tertiary award.

    Professional experience

    The professional experience component of the Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education) constitutes four sequenced secondary school teaching situations. These experiences provide opportunities for preservice teachers to demonstrate their professional growth as a teacher and meet professional accreditation requirements of the NSW Institute of Teachers Graduate Teaching Standards.

    A full-time on campus Honours program is available to meritorious students.

    Graduation requirements

    To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 256 points (32 subjects) and the practicum components.

    Additional selection criteria

    You must complete an additional information form which will be mailed to you early in November (following UAC application submission). Failure to do so could prejudice your entry to the course.

    Additional requirements

    Refer to the Additional requirements section for information on:

        * NSW Teachers Institute requirement
        * Literacy requirement
        * Criminal Record Clearance

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