Graduate Certificate in Education (Curriculum)
School of Education
Designed to be completed in six months of full-time study, the Graduate Certificate in Education (Curriculum) provides a cohesive and specialised program of study for those wishing to deepen their understanding of contemporary school curriculum.
Why study this program?
Students must complete four of the following courses:
- Values Across the Curriculum
- Justice and Social Teaching
- Trends in Early Childhood Development and Teaching
- Integration in Early Childhood Development
- Educating for a New Earth and the Environmental Challenge
- Leading Curriculum Planning
- Teaching in the Middle Years of Schooling
- Adaptive Education for the Inclusive Classroom
- Strategic Management in Education
- Children of High Ability: Gifted and Talented
Students may undertake study as a part-time or full-time student, commencing in Summer Term (January), in Semester 1 (February) or April Intensive, in Winter Term (July), in Semester 2 (July) or October Intensive, subject to course availability.
Full details of the program requirements are contained in the Program Regulations.
- Hold the equivalent of a four year teaching qualification; and
- Have a GPA of at least 2.5 or higher; and
- Have at least three years of professional experience.
For more information and indicative fees please visit the Fees page.
If you have been displaced in the workforce due to COVID-19 and wish to retrain or upskill in identified national priority areas, you may be eligible for discounted student fees under the Government's Higher Education Relief Package. For further information please visit the Course Seeker website.
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