- 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
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.