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At the completion of this degree, students will be able to:
- demonstrate and apply comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of educational research and theory
- formulate and investigate educational problems and solutions via critical engagement with relevant and contemporary empirical and theoretical literature
- identify, access, analyse and synthesise information from a wide range of sources using appropriate technologies
- communicate information and ideas effectively through a range of mediums and in ways that are appropriate for a range of audiences and education stakeholders
- engage critically and effectively with innovative and appropriate technologies for a range of purposes
- demonstrate a capacity for independent learning, critically evaluate personal performance and respond to feedback with a view to development as a reflective practitioner and lifelong learner
- consider educational and professional issues from a variety of national and international perspectives with a view to informing and improving educational and professional knowledge and practice
- appreciate the value of individual and cultural differences, and the important implications these have for knowledge production, effective practice and professionalism in education settings
- work both independently and collaboratively in a way that demonstrates professionalism, a commitment to socially-just and ethical practices and the capacity for future leadership in the field of education.
The Master of Education provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their professional and personal development and better position them for career advancement and educational leadership. Graduates of this degree may be eligible to continue their studies at a doctoral level.
An education/teaching degree assessed as being the equivalent of a four-year Australian degree (normally a Bachelor of Education or a four-year combined/double education degree e.g. BSc/BEd) or a three-year degree in a non-education discipline (e.g. Arts, Science, Commerce) plus a minimum one-year teaching qualification such as a Graduate Diploma in Education or Master of Teaching or equivalent.
English Proficiency Requirements
Applicants need to meet Curtin’s English Language requirement as all courses are taught in English. If your education courses were not solely in English, as per the International Handbook of Universities or the World Higher Education database, please attach a scanned original copy of English Proficiency Test results. Admission requires an IELTS (or equivalent test) score of at least 6.5 overall with a score of no less than 6.0 in any test component.
Please refer to the 'Minimum English Entry Requirements' document at http://students.curtin.edu.au/local/docs/English_List.pdf.
Applications for Credit for Recognised Learning (CRL) are assessed on a case by case basis according to Curtin University policies which is available at http://policies.curtin.edu.au/local/docs/policy/Credit_for_Recognised_Learning_Manual.pdf.
Students must be admitted in an award degree of study before lodging their completed CRL application, along with all necessary documentation for a formal assessment.
To officially apply for CRL, students need to submit the CRL application form available from http://students.curtin.edu.au/administration/documents/Application_for_CRL.pdf to email@example.com along with supporting documents. Accepted documentation includes scans of the original Transcripts and/or Award Certificate; front and back; in colour; and original size. For detailed scanned documents requirements and guidelines, please visit http://courses.curtin.edu.au/course_overview/admission-requirements/scanned-documents.cfm.
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The Master of Education degree is for educators in a broad range of fields related to education who hold a four-year teacher education degree or equivalent. The degree curriculum builds on students' professional knowledge with an emphasis on critical and independent thinking. The degree consists of degreework subjects, including a Negotiated Capstone Project. Successful completion of the degree may enable students to undertake doctoral level study.
Recommended Study Pattern
Ideally students will commence the degree in either SP4 or SP2 however enrolment can be accepted in any study period. Please note that degree commencement in SP1 or SP3 may result in a longer degree duration as not all subjects are available in each study period.
Students must be in the final study period of the degree before they can undertake EDMC502 Negotiated Research Project.
To qualify for the award of Master of Education, students must complete 7 subjects (6 single subjects and 1 double subject).
Choose your subjects
This course consists of 3 core units and a selection of 4 units from the optional units list. EDMC502 Negotiated Research Project is a core double unit and can only be taken in the final study period of the course.