Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The skills and knowledge about education delivered in this course are relevant in a wide range of professions. Students gain a foundational knowledge about education and explore avenues for building on this knowledge in their future careers. This degree does not provide qualifications to teach.
The course duration is five years of full-time study. Students complete 240 credit points of study.
- Issues in Education: Local and Global Contexts
- Beyond Culture: Diversity in Context
- Learning and Development across the Lifespan
- Digital Learning Futures
- Special Education: Inclusion
- Issues in Indigenous Australian Education
- Programming Assessment and Reporting
- Career Research and Planning
- plus more
Standard entry requirements
There is no direct admission to this course. Current UTS students may be able to transfer into it. Check with a UTS Student Centre for further details by phone on 1300 ask UTS (1300 275 887) or +61 2 9514 1222.
Career options include curriculum consultant, educational researcher and educator in a community setting such as a hospital or community or migrant education centre.
This course enables students originally enrolled in the Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Arts in International Studies (C10208 or C10349) to transfer to this course and graduate with a five-year, non-teaching qualification.
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