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  • Location:
    Joondalup
    Mt Lawley
  • Study Mode:
    Full-time
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  • Delivery Mode:
    On-campus
  • Duration:
    4 years full-time or equivalent part-time
  • Faculty:
    Education and Arts
  • School:
    Education
  • Code:
    Y68
  • CRICOS:
    074171B
  • Indicative ATAR (TER):
    65
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Under this arrangement, the Australian Government contributes towards your tuition fees and you are responsible for the remaining tuition fees, called your 'student contribution'.

You are eligible to be Commonwealth Supported if you are studying:

  • a Bachelor's degree;
  • an Associate Diploma;
  • an Honours degree; or
  • selected Commonwealth Government Supported postgraduate courses.

You must also satisfy ONE of the following criteria:

  • You are an Australian Citizen.
  • You hold a Permanent Humanitarian visa.
  • You are a New Zealand Citizen and you are living in Australia whilst studying.
  • You hold an Australian Permanent Residency visa and you are living in Australia whilst studying.

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Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

Students are required to have a total of 480 credit points to complete the course.

Within this course, students are required to complete the following:

10 Core Units (135 credit points)

10 Major Content Study units (150 credit points) - These are discipline content studies units offered outside the School of Education, with the exception of the content and curriculum units CUR2210 and CUR4210, which are taught by the School of Education. Exception: The Music Education Major has 19 Major Content Study units (150 credit points).

2 Curriculum Major units (30 credit points) -These are curriculum studies units offered within the School of Education in a relevant discipline area of study.

4 Minor Content Study units (60 credit points) - These are discipline content studies units offered outside of the School of Education. Students should seek advice from the Faculty Student Information Office regarding selecting an appropriate Minor to accompany their selected Major.

2 Curriculum Minor units (30 credit points) - These are curriculum studies units offered within the School of Education in a relevant discipline area of study.

3 Practicum Units (75 credit points)



Students undertaking the following Majors should select the following basic course structure: Biological Science Education Design and Technology Education Drama Education Home Economics Education Health and Physical Education Mathematics Education Physical Science Education Social Science Education Visual Arts Education Students undertaking Majors in English Education and Music Education will have slight variations in the course structure and should refer to the footnotes below. NOTE: It is very important that all students closely follow their course plan to ensure that they complete units in the correct semester of study. Students should contact the Student Information Office or the Course Coordinator if they have any queries in relation to their course pattern.

UnitDescription Points
Year One - Semester One
EDU1009Communication Skills for Teaching and Learning 15
Major Content Study 1 (15 credit points)
Major Content Study 2 (15 credit points)
Minor Content Study 1 (15 credit points)
Year One - Semester Two
EDU1010Becoming a Teacher 15
Major Content Study 3 (15 credit points)
Major Content Study 4 (15 credit points)
Minor Content Study 2 (15 credit points)
Year Two - Semester One
EDU2110Teaching, Learning and Assessment 15
Curriculum Major studies 1 (15 credit points)
Major Content Study 5 (15 credit points)
Major Content Study 6 (15 credit points)
Year Two - Semester Two
EDU2231Creating Positive Learning Environments 15
Curriculum Major studies 2 (15 credit points)
PPA2211First Professional Practice 15
Major Content Study 7 (15 credit points)
Year Three - Semester One
Curriculum Minor studies 1 (15 credit points)
Major Content Study 8 (15 credit points)
Major Content Study 9 (15 credit points)
Minor Content Study 3 (15 credit points)
Year Three - Semester Two
Curriculum Minor studies 2 (15 credit points)
CUR3211Integrating Curriculum with Practice 15
PPA3211Second Professional Practice 15
EDF3101Working with Indigenous Australian Children, Youth and their Families 15
Year Four - Semester One
EDU4120Literacy in Teaching and Learning 15
PPA4211Assistant Teacher Program 45
Year Four - Semester Two
EDU3104Diversity in the Secondary Classroom 15
Minor Content Study 4 (15 credit points)
CUR4210Curriculum Enrichment for the Major Secondary Specialisation 15
CUR4212ICT-Enhanced Curriculum 15
 


Concerning the following slight differences in the basic structure for some Majors, students should consult carefully with their Curriculum Coordinators: 1. Students undertaking a Major in English Education should substitute CUR2210 for Major Content Study 9 in Semester 5. Major Content Study 9 should replace CUR4210 in Semester 8 (students are not required to complete CUR4210). 2. Students undertaking a Major in Music Education will complete Curriculum Major 2 in Semester 6. 3. EDU4120 is offered in Semester 7 for students completing specialisations based at Joondalup, and in Semester 6 for specialisations based at Mount Lawley. EDF3101 is offered in Semester 7 for students completing specialisations based at Mount Lawley and in Semester 6 for specialisations based at Joondalup. It is essential that students enrol for these units in the correct semester and on the correct campus, as specialisation themes may differ.
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