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Course results for Masters Early childhood education Degrees
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CUR-MTE-MAS | Postgraduate
Master the art of teaching children
Master advanced critical skills for teaching the needs of 21st century learners. Consider culture and diversity and draw on theory and research. Learn to lead and practice professionally in schools. Manage early childhood education and care centres.
ACU-TEC-MAS | Postgraduate
Bring your love of learning to the classroom
Focus on creating a great environment to support childhood learning. Become a passionate advocate for the rights of children. Explore the ways that you can help children to build knowledge, skills and positive attitudes.
USQ-ELT-MAS | Postgraduate
Teach children in supportive learning environments
Add this approved early childhood teacher qualification to your bachelor degree–and become a registered teacher in just 18 months! Discover how to teach children from birth to eight years. Explore how they learn. Create supportive environments.
SCU-MTE-MAS | Postgraduate
Specialise in and teach early childhood or secondary education
Become an unforgettable teacher. Start by choosing your specialisation, then explore the relevant learning environment and curriculum. Professional placements develop your classroom confidence. Advanced theoretical knowledge gives you an employment edge.
ACU-TER-MAS | Postgraduate
Spread the world of God in the classroom.
Combine your passion for education with a specialisation in teaching religion. Build on your knowledge and skill in teaching children with the basic certification and fundamental knowledge you need to engage children in religious education.
MAQ-TCH-MAS | Postgraduate
For graduates from diverse disciplines to develop practical teaching skills
There is a growing demand for early childhood educators with university qualifications due to the professionalisation of the sector. Study early childhood teaching pedagogy, health and wellbeing, development, families, language and literacy