Bachelor of Education Secondary Teaching

The course comprises two common units and core units drawn from visual arts and education studies. Students can also select a second teaching area.

The education studies component is practice focused with students undertaking professional experience in schools and other learning sites generally from the third year of their course. Students are also encouraged to undertake field/professional experience in remote schools. External students can normally complete their professional experience in their home towns.

EPR100 Professional Experience 1: Teacher as Learner
EPR200 Professional Experience 2: Teaching in Context (available from 2014)
EPR201 Professional Experience 3: Approaches to Education (available from 2014)
EPR202 Education In Alternative Settings (optional elective, available from 2014)
EPR300 Professional Experience 4: The Professional Teacher (30cp) (available from 2014)a range of discipline specialist electives.

Bachelor of Education Secondary Teaching program has courses in seven different disciplines.

  • Health and Physical Education (BEDSHP)
    This is a secondary teaching discipline specific course with core units in health and physical education and education studies.
  • Humanities and Social Science (BEDSHS)
    The course comprises two common units, core units drawn from humanities and social sciences discipline areas and education studies units. Students are also able to select a second teaching area from a range of discipline specialist electives.
  • Information Technology (BEDSIT)
    This is a secondary teaching discipline specific course with core units in information technology and education studies.
  • Mathematics (BEDSMA)
    This degree provides students with knowledge and skills in a range of disciplines drawn from mathematics and education that will enable graduates to apply for registration as a teacher of mathematics and other second teaching areas. Students can select a second teaching area from a range of specialist electives to suit their interests.
  • Music (BEDSMU)
    The course comprises two common units and core units drawn from music and education studies. Students are also able to select a second teaching area from a range of discipline specialist electives
  • Science (BEDSSC)
    The course comprises two common units, core units drawn from general science and environmental science discipline areas and education studies units. Students are also able to select a second teaching area from a range of discipline specialist electives.
  • Visual Arts (BEDSVA)
    The course comprises two common units and core units drawn from visual arts and education studies. Students are also able to select a second teaching area from a range of discipline specialist electives.
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