Master of Teaching (Secondary)

Eastern College Australia

Course details

CRICOS course code: 102326G

Level of study: Masters Degrees


The Master of Teaching (Secondary) aims to develop graduates who will contribute to schools and other settings as teachers.

Are you passionate about shaping and engaging with the young minds of the future? Do you believe in the transformational power of education and are considering a career change to teaching?

If you already hold a degree in another discipline, a Master of Teaching (Secondary) will qualify you to become a teacher in secondary schools in Australia and overseas.


Contribute to schools and other settings as teachers.

Graduates will be able to apply for provisional registration as a teacher in Australia and overseas.

graduates may find employment in schools as well as other environments such as churches; parachurch organisations; and, government and private enterprises.

Graduates may also continue to postgraduate studies in education and a variety of related fields.


Apply broad and coherent knowledge of learning theory, and the physical, social-emotional, intellectual and spiritual development of students from 11 – 18 years old and how they learn.

Demonstrate and apply coherent knowledge of secondary school contexts, contemporary Australian and Victorian curriculum, and pedagogical content knowledge to create, plan for, and implement effective teaching and learning to support diverse learners, equipping them to make informed decisions and to work wisely with effective use of technology in a knowledge society.

Create and maintain supportive, safe and inclusive learning environments, including in the integration of ICT.

Assess and use assessment to provide feedback, report on student learning, and inform planning and teaching for students’ learning needs.

Take responsibility and accountability for their own learning to identify, engage in and apply professional learning and reflective practices, individually and collaboratively.

Engage professionally, collaboratively and relationally with colleagues, students, parents/carers, external professionals and the community.

Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding of society and its condition and impact on education.
Critically examine the implications of worldview for educational practice and articulate a Christian worldview for education.

Review critically, analyse, evaluate, and synthesise theory and practice for education and two disciplines.

Apply planning, problem solving and decision-making skills compassionately in response to social needs and injustice.

Present a clear, coherent and independent exposition of knowledge and ideas using exemplary interpersonal, written and digital communication skills.

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Tuition Fees (AUD $) Start date Duration Campus
21,120 Per Year
Read moreFees per credit point 440; Fees per unit 2,640
Expected Jul 2024 2 years
Full time
Eastern College Australia
5 Burwood Highway
Melbourne Victoria 3152

Entry criteria

Admission into this course requires you already hold a bachelor’s degree in a discipline separate from education.

IELTS Academic: Overall 7.5 with the following required in each of the skill areas: speaking 8.0, listening 8.0, reading 7.0 and writing 7.0


Eastern College Australia
5 Burwood Highway
Melbourne Victoria 3152
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