A postgraduate program
Course type: Postgraduate (coursework)
Availability (full-time or part-time): Full-time l Part-time
Location: On campus
Course name: Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Duration (full-time equivalent): 2 years
SATAC code: 2CM090 (or 2CM227 if your major or minor is in Physical Education)
CRICOS code: 063697G
The Master of Teaching (Secondary) is a pre-service teacher education postgraduate course that builds on prior learning and develops advanced professional knowledge, practice and relationship skills relevant to teaching.
This course is offered to graduates who wish to teach years 8 - 12 in secondary schools.
Topics covered during the 2 years include specialist curriculum studies, school placements and a number of topics devoted to issues in education.
A Lutheran strand is available to students seeking to teach in Lutheran schools.
We aim to educate students who appreciate the complex nature of a teacher's work and practice in ways that promote a socially just, democratic and ecologically sustainable world.
Successful completion of this program provides a recognised academic qualification which will enable graduates to apply for teacher registration in South Australia and some overseas countries.
What will I study?
Refer to the course rule:
Applicants must hold an approved degree or equivalent qualification from an approved tertiary institution. Admission is based on academic merit as determined by assessment of an applicant's qualifications.
Students must obtain a Child-Related Employment Screening through the Department of Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) before they can apply for school experience and teaching practicum placements.
The Master of Teaching is a pre-service teaching degree and admission normally will not be granted to applicants who already hold a teaching qualification. Applicants must hold an approved undergraduate Bachelor degree or equivalent qualification with specialisations which cover 2 teaching areas. Applicants need to have completed an undergraduate major in one curriculum studies specialisation offered by the School of Education in order to teach that subject to year 12.
They also need to have completed an undergraduate minor in another curriculum studies specialisation offered by the School of Education in order to teach that subject to year 10.
Note that in South Australia, to teach to Year 10, four undergraduate semester topics in the teaching area are needed (no more than two at first-year level); to teach to Year 12, six undergraduate semester topics in the teaching area are needed (no more than two at first-year level and no fewer than two at third-year level).
Specialisations offered in 2017 are: English, Drama, Mathematics, Modern Languages (restricted to Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, German and Modern Greek), Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences), Visual Arts, Health Education, History, Geography, Business Studies, Legal Studies, TESOL, Nutrition, Tourism and Psychology.
Applicants whose majors or minors include science(s), Physical Education or are from the ‘Society and Environment’ group should contact the School of Education Office on (08) 8201 2441 for further information on acceptability of subjects. If your major or minor is in Physical Education, and you are a domestic student, you should select course code 2CM227 when you apply.
International students: Entry and English language requirements
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|Application closing dates:||Semester 1 - 30 November of the year preceding admission
Semester 2 - 31 May of that year.
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Place type: Commonwealth supported
- Domestic student fees are indicative only. Further information: How are these fees calculated?
- We accept international applications for programs commencing beyond the year advertised and tuition fees for these years will be higher. Please note that your tuition fees may be subject to an annual increase.