Master of Education (MED)
- Casuarina Campus
- External Studies
The Master of Education program is designed to meet the professional learning needs of educators in school and non-school settings, including VET and early childhood education and care services. The course offers opportunities to negotiate a personalised learning pathway suited to the specific needs of the educational or professional context. The course has a research track for students seeking to better understand contemporary educational research or later enrolment in a research degree.
The course structure and study plans are accurate as 1 August 2013. The University reserves the right to make changes up until 1 November 2013. 2014 unit offering and fee information will be available from 1 October 2013.
A candidate must successfully complete units totalling 80 credit points as detailed below. All units are valued at 10 credit points unless otherwise indicated.
This course is suitable for professional educators and practising teachers who are engaged in change management, policy formation, the delivery of professional development and training programs, tertiary education, informal and non-formal education in community-orientated programs, working with volunteers and youth groups.
Applicants should note that the Master of Education is not a teaching qualification and is not suitable for those seeking a qualification to teach in the Northern Territory.
The South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) receives and processes applications for admission to Charles Darwin University Higher Education prospective students.
Successful completion of a recognised four-year Bachelor of Education degree or equivalent; or a three-year degree and a Postgraduate Diploma of Education or equivalent.
English Language Requirements for International Students
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Graduates may seek employment as project directors, curriculum specialists or educational consultants.
About the School
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