This course is under review and the duration of the course may alter.
About the course
Students will major in either English, mathematics or information technology with a minor teaching area in either English, mathematics information technology or geography and have a sound understanding of primary curriculum.
You will be a specialist in issues related to adolescence, transition, community and teaching practice. The course will give you the opportunity to develop your understanding of relationships, community building and rural issues, and you will undertake extensive professional experience placements in primary and secondary settings.
This innovative course will give you the skills to be able to work with adolescent students in a changing society.
Where it will take you
Graduates will be eligible for employment in primary or secondary schools, including K/P-12 and central schools.
Your course is recognised by industry
The Bachelor of Education (K-12 Middle Schooling) is currently accredited with:
* Teacher Education Qualifications Advisory Panel (TQAP) of the Department of Education
and Training (DET), New South Wales
* Victorian Institute of Teaching
Extensive professional experience in a variety of primary, central and secondary school settings is included with this course.
Students are advised to obtain a Senior First Aid Certificate and immunisations/screenings against infectious diseases (in accordance with NSW Health policy) prior to commencing school placements (see Additional Requirements).
Relevant police checks are compulsory (see Additional Requirements) and students are also responsible for any travel and accommodation expenses to and from their school placements
Refer to the Additional requirements section for information on:
* NSW Teachers Institute requirement
* Literacy requirement
* Criminal Record Clearance
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 256 points.
An end-on Honours program is now available for this course via the Graduate Certificate in Educational Research.
With some initial experience, postgraduate courses include:
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Education
Master of Education