The Master of Education is designed for professionals working in the education industry including school leaders, teachers, educational consultants and trainers or students wishing to pursue a non-school-based teaching career. It is also suitable to study as preparation to teach in the higher education environment, or to develop your research capacity and transition into educational research and lead educational change.
This flexible degree focuses on six specialisations and electives to meet your professional learning needs.
What will you do
We offer six areas of specialisation:
Educational Leadership and Innovation - study leadership and management theory in depth and consider how it can be applied to lead educational change.
Wellbeing - examine evidence-based approaches to wellbeing support—a key knowledge area for all educators.
Entrepreneurship Education - explore entrepreneurship and innovation and its impact on education, schools and systems.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education - investigate issues, opportunities and student engagement in STEM areas.
English Language Teaching (ELT/TESOL) - learn the latest strategies for effective English Language Teaching
Research - strengthen your educational research skills and understandings, with opportunities to go on to a PhD.
Where could it take you
You’ll graduate ready to pursue a rewarding non-school-based education career. You could revolutionise the field with a new approach to assessment or integrated curriculums. You might want to teach English to adults or work in higher education. Perhaps you’ll be an education consultant or transition into research and publish your own book.