Duration: The Master of Education consists of 72 units or 54 units, depending on the entry level.
The Master of Education at Flinders University is designed to enhance current education professionals’ knowledge, skills and capacities in pedagogical, organisational and research leadership.
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Applicants must normally hold an approved degree or equivalent qualification.
Advanced Entry (1.5 years): applicants who have completed an approved degree or equivalent qualification in education, teaching or a closely related discipline may be eligible to complete a program of 54 units.
The Master of Education consists of 72 units or 54 units depending on the entry level.
The course meets the criteria for Level 9 of the Australian Qualifications Framework and provides flexibility to meet individual needs.
There are two core topics: • EDUC9761 Approaches to Research (4.5 units) • EDUC9719 Independent Research Study (4.5 units)
In addition to the two core topics, students are able to select from over 60 topics covering specialisations in: • Leadership and management • Special education • Cognitive psychology • Well-being and positive mental health • Languages education.
The Masters of Education at Flinders University is intended for people currently employed in education, special education or education leadership and management, and for those who have an interest in developing their knowledge and practice in these areas.
It introduces knowledge and skills in your area of interest, with a focus on understanding and changing practice.
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