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Designed for students wishing to teach health in the lower secondary school setting.
The units in this specialisation cover school curricula, teaching strategies and the development and assessment of teaching programs.
All applicants are required to complete at least two years (four units) of degree level study in personal development and/or health studies and/or physical education with at least two units at level 2 or above with at least two units of study in health related areas such as mental health, sexual health, relationships, drug education, child protection education, gender studies and risk taking behavior.
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This specialisation is for students wishing to become secondary health education teachers.
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