Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Course Convenor:Mr Jason Hinze
The Master of Teaching (Secondary) is a two-year, graduate-entry master’s degree designed to prepare students to teach at the secondary level. It is a highly practical course, with hands-on classroom experience from the first semester, which qualifies and prepares graduates to competently teach years 7 - 12. The course also has a strong research-based theoretical approach, with opportunities for students to explore and critically analyse a wide range of educational literature and research.
As an alternative to on-campus classes, the course is also available in online mode, providing flexibility and accessibility.
During the course, you will engage in three professional experience opportunities. These are undertaken at various secondary schools to enable the application of theory in a practical setting.
Study ModeOn campus
DurationTwo years full-time or four years part-time
NOTE: A second-semester intake is available
Entry RequirementsEntry into the MTch (Secondary) course requires a suitable Australian bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) that meets the content requirements of the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES). That is, applicants’ undergraduate degrees need to include some units related to at least one secondary teaching area. The course convenor will need to undertake an assessment of each candidate’s transcript to ensure the unit content requirements have been completed, prior to enrolment into this program.
English Language Proficiency RequirementsInternational students require an International English Language Test Score (IELTS) of at least 8.0 for speaking and listening prior to being employed as graduate teachers in New South Wales.
AccreditationThe MTch (Sec) is self accredited by Avondale College of Higher Education and is offered within the term of the Australian Qualification Framework Level 9. The course is nationally registered with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).
EnquiriesDirect your enquiries to:
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Phone: +61 2 4980 2377
Fax: +61 2 4980 2151