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Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Studies)

This course is designed to graduate early childhood educators who are competent, skilled practitioners ready to work in a range of settings with children from birth to age eight, their families and communities.

A key feature of this course is the emphasis given to connecting theory with practice so that graduates will be proficient in developing effective early childhood educational programs that are informed by current research, policy and practice.

Partnerships with over 650 schools and numerous Childrens Services settings allow pre-service teachers to gain experience in diverse settings, including public, private, metropolitan, regional and remote contexts working with children, families and communities.

In addition, a distinguishing feature of this course is that pre-service teachers have the opportunity in the fourth year of their course to specialise and broaden their knowledge and skills in an area of interest. Units are also available in the degree that enables pre-service teachers to complete accreditation requirements to teach in Catholic schools.

Joondalup Campus Semester 1 - full & part-time Semester 2 - part-time
Mount Lawley Campus Semester 1 - full & part-time Semester 2 - part-time
South West (Bunbury) Campus

Not available

Online Semester 1 - full & part-time Semester 2 - part-time
Duration 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time
70 Indicative ATAR
Course Code Y42
Entry requirements Prerequisites

This is the indicative ATAR for course entry in Semester 1 2017. Please contact our Student Recruitment team about study in 2016 (mid-year), as the required ATAR may vary.

Study in Perth

Study on one of our campuses if you have an international student visa.

Joondalup Campus Semester 1 - full-time
Mount Lawley Campus Semester 1 - full-time
South West (Bunbury) Campus

Not available

Study Online

This course is not available for online study for international students.

More course information

Course code Y42
Cricos Code 074168G
Duration 4 years full-time
Handbook and timetable

For more detailed unit information for this course take a look at our Handbook. To organise your life for next semester visit the Semester timetable.

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