- Leading Education in a Global Context
- Assessment in Education: Policies, Pedagogy and Equity
- Inquiry-Based Practice
- Advanced Seminar
- Leading Early Childhood Pedagogy and Practice
- Leading Family and Community in the Early Years
- Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood Education
- Language and Literacy in Early Childhood
- Leading Under Challenging Circumstances
- Leading for Improvement
- Leading Staff
- Leading Community Engagement
What you will study
Each of these Master of Education specialisations comprises the same four core units and then four specialisation units.
The Master of Education (Early Childhood Education) will challenge you to re-conceptualise and deepen your knowledge of effective pedagogy and practice, and critically reflect on the latest research and how it influences your role as an early childhood education leader.
The Master of Education (Leading Education) will instil in you the confidence to strategically and effectively lead your people and organisation to enhance learning outcomes for students and increase engagement with your school community, in times of unprecedented change and a climate of increased public accountability.
Master of Education (Early Childhood Education)
To gain entry into the Master of Education (Early Childhood Education), you will have a Bachelor in a cognate discipline or, where accepted, equivalent prior learning, including at least five years of relevant professional experience. You will also be required to meet English Language Requirements (Band 4).
Master of Education (Leading Education)
To gain entry into the Master of Education, you will have a Bachelor of Education or a Bachelor level degree in any other field plus a Graduate Diploma of Education or Master of Teaching. You are required to have 2 years experience in educational setting or organisation, with equivalents considered. You will also be required to meet English Language Requirements (Band 4).
Accelerated and 100% Online
Delivered 100% online and with six study periods a year, you could complete the Master of Education in as little as 16 months while continuing to work full-time. Designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, you’ll experience the same quality of education and learning outcomes, as well as the connection with your fellow students and academics, that you would if studying on-campus. You will also receive dedicated one-on-one support from a Student Success Advisor who can assist with all non-academic questions and motivate you to reach your study goals.
Grow Your Network
ECU has a large professional teacher and education network, putting you in good company to connect, collaborate and network with experienced and passionate peers globally.
Quality Learning Experience
Your learning experience will be of the highest quality, as you’ll learn from experienced, passionate academics who are experts in their field. From our beginnings in 1902 as Claremont Teachers College, we have been at the forefront of teacher education for over 100 years.
Gaining a Master of Education will not automatically grant you a pay rise. However, postgraduate study can help make you a good candidate for promotions, which can result in a pay rise.
Our online accelerated Master of Education offers six intakes per year and each study period is seven weeks in total. Some study periods will coincide with school holidays but this will not be the case for all of them. You can find the dates of all our study periods on our academic calendar.
We recommend dedicating 15-20 hours per week to your postgraduate study. Our online accelerated models means you will study one unit at a time over seven-week study periods. This means you can complete your Master of Education in as little as 16 months.
No. Our Master of Education is for qualified educators who can apply what they learn to their current role, so placements are not required.