Master of Teaching - Secondary

Charles Sturt University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00005F

You'll be ready to change lives as a high school teacher with the graduate-entry Master of Teaching (Secondary) from Charles Sturt University. Our online master's degree qualifies you to teach one or more subjects to secondary students and support their social, emotional, intellectual and physical development.


To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 128 points.

Standard entry requirements

Completion of a relevant undergraduate degree (and, if applicable, appropriate postgraduate studies [AQF Levels 8-10]) that includes at least a major study in one secondary teaching area of the secondary school curriculum.A Major Study is study undertaken for an equivalent to a total of three-quarters of a year of full time higher education study (0.75 EFTSL), usually comprising sequential discipline study undertaken over three years. In most programs, this equates to at least six units with no more than two at first year level and no fewer than two at third year level.Meets the NESA discipline content requirements.Have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0 (Pass) or above in their prior undergraduate studies.


This course is accredited by the NSW Edcuation Standards Authority (NESA) formerly the NSW Board of Studies, Teacher Educational Standards (BOSTES)

Study pathways

A standard credit package of a maximum of 64 credit points (equivalent to eight subjects) will be given based on an applicant's undergraduate degree in a teaching related discipline. Students will then be required to complete 128 points (16 subjects) in the Master of Teaching (Secondary)

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Online International: $47,200 No
  • Full-time : 2 years

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