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University of Sydney, Full Time Masters Degrees in Education

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

The Special and Inclusive Education specialisation is designed to help you develop the skills, knowledge and values needed to specialise in the teaching of children with special-education needs, or to qualify for appointments as leaders. You will tackle the challenges of students with special education needs, early language and learning issues, preventing disruptive behaviour, and teaching students with learning difficulties. The Master of Education (Special and Inclusive Education) is recognised by the NSW Department of Education and Communities as a formal qualification in Special Education.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

This is an ideal specialisation for those who are either working in or aspiring to work in the field of international education. Tackling issues such as the processes and outcomes of globalisation in education, internationalising institutions and systems and inter-cultural education, you will gain skills and experience that are valuable for planners, officials, NGO employees and those who work in national or international organisations.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Sydney Conservatorium of Music places a high emphasis on its research activity. We have a vibrant and diverse community of staff and students, many of whom enjoy exceptional careers worldwide as both performers and scholars in the finest musical company. Read more
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music places a high emphasis on its research activity. We have a vibrant and diverse community of staff and students, many of whom enjoy exceptional careers worldwide as both performers and scholars in the finest musical company.

The Master of Music (Music Education) is a two year full-time or four year part-time degree which aims to foster research skill development in areas of music education through research seminars and the writing of a thesis.

The first stream of study is a semester based series of two seminar topics selected from a range of fields relevant to music teaching and learning, including: Foundations of Music Education; Comparative Music Education; Curriculum Design; Technology in Music Education; Multicultural Studies; Sociology of Music Education; Musical Ability and Psychology of Music. A concurrent research stream provides instruction in research methodology and underpins the writing of a thesis, which is the major component of the degree.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Teaching (Health and Physical Education) is designed for graduates who, through their first degree, have the skills and understandings required for teaching in Health and Physical Education in secondary schools. Read more
The Master of Teaching (Health and Physical Education) is designed for graduates who, through their first degree, have the skills and understandings required for teaching in Health and Physical Education in secondary schools. The Master of Teaching (Health and Physical Education) requires candidates to specialise in the teaching area of Health and Physical Education. This specialisation is studied as a "double method", which means candidates do not qualify in a second teaching area.

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. You can choose to complete your course with units of study that suit your interests, or specialise in your chosen field from our offerings in educational management and leadership, educational psychology, international education, special and inclusive education, sports coaching, and teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL). The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

The TESOL specialisation explores a range of issues relating to language teaching and learning, applied linguistics and sociocultural contexts of education. It also develops themes relating to the practical issued of language teaching and learning in a second foreign language context, and investigates the theoretical basis of these issues in the light of recent research developments.

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The University of Sydney is Australia's premier research university, and the Faculty of Education and Social Work is a world-class research centre in the humanities, human services and related fields offering an outstanding range of innovative research courses. Read more
The University of Sydney is Australia's premier research university, and the Faculty of Education and Social Work is a world-class research centre in the humanities, human services and related fields offering an outstanding range of innovative research courses.

The Master of Education (Research) is a one-year full-time course which offers two paths of study. Option A requires the completion of a thesis (maximum 25,000 words); Option B, consists of coursework plus a thesis (maximum 20,000 words). For Option B, the admissions committee will recommend two units of study for completion in the first semester of study. Assessment of each of these units of study will be based on 5000-6000 words of written work.

Candidates undertake supervised research on a topic approved by the Faculty and submit a thesis which embodies the results of the research.

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

The Educational Psychology specialisation allows you to focus on the educational psychology of human learning, thinking, motivation and development. You will improve your understanding of educational psychology and learn how to apply this knowledge in educational contexts. Please note that the specialisation in educational psychology is not accredited by any psychological organisation and is not designed for those intending to become psychologists or school counsellors.

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The Master of Education (Sports Coaching) has been designed for elite-level coaches and experienced elite athletes seeking to become coaches. Read more
The Master of Education (Sports Coaching) has been designed for elite-level coaches and experienced elite athletes seeking to become coaches. Candidates will build on their technical expertise by developing skills in communicating ideas clearly to athletes, organising training sessions for maximum impact, giving and receiving feedback, using technology as a coaching tool, planning training programs, and remaining up-to-date with coaching trends.

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The University of Sydney is Australia's premier research university, and the Faculty of Education and Social Work is a world-class research centre in the humanities, human services and related fields offering an outstanding range of innovative research courses. Read more
The University of Sydney is Australia's premier research university, and the Faculty of Education and Social Work is a world-class research centre in the humanities, human services and related fields offering an outstanding range of innovative research courses.

The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) can be completed over two years full-time, or four years part-time. Candidates undertake supervised research, culminating in a thesis of 30,000-40,000 words which makes a substantially original contribution to the subject concerned. MPhilEd students complete a probationary year, at the end of which they produce an extended research plan. You will also undertake advanced coursework, as recommended by your research supervisor.

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This course leads to a qualification as an early childhood teacher of children aged birth to five years, in pre-primary childcare and early-childhood-education settings. Read more
This course leads to a qualification as an early childhood teacher of children aged birth to five years, in pre-primary childcare and early-childhood-education settings. The curriculum integrates training for general- and special-early-childhood education of infants, toddlers and preschool children so that students are prepared for teaching in diverse and inclusive early-childhood environments, including schools and other community settings. Graduates are equipped with the necessary knowledge and training to become outstanding early-childhood teachers, decision-makers, ethical leaders, and theoretical and practical thinkers.

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The design and management of e-learning systems and programs is a complex task that requires specialist skills and a well-founded understanding of how people and organisations learn, and how they can learn more effectively with the help of technology. Read more
The design and management of e-learning systems and programs is a complex task that requires specialist skills and a well-founded understanding of how people and organisations learn, and how they can learn more effectively with the help of technology. Our Master of Learning Sciences and Technology will help you rise to the challenges of this cutting edge field where education meets technology. The course has two pathways, professional and research. The professional pathway will appeal to you if you're looking to work as a learning and development manager, an instructional designer, a multimedia learning designer or a learning strategist. The research pathway will suit you if you want to conduct research in ICT-supported learning or if you're planning to progress to a higher degree by research. If you pursue the research pathway you'll complete a dissertation (12 credit points) on a topic chosen in consultation with your supervisor along with core units of study in psychology and the design of technology-supported learning, emerging educational technologies and research frontiers.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The design and management of e-learning systems and programs is a complex task that requires specialist skills and a well-founded understanding of how people and organisations learn, and how they can learn more effectively with the help of technology. Read more
The design and management of e-learning systems and programs is a complex task that requires specialist skills and a well-founded understanding of how people and organisations learn, and how they can learn more effectively with the help of technology. Our Master of Learning Sciences and Technology will help you rise to the challenges of this cutting edge field where education meets technology. The course has two pathways, professional and research. The professional pathway will appeal to you if you're looking to work as a learning and development manager, an instructional designer, a multimedia learning designer or a learning strategist. The research pathway will suit you if you want to conduct research in ICT-supported learning or if you're planning to progress to a higher degree by research. If you pursue the research pathway you'll complete a dissertation (12 credit points) on a topic chosen in consultation with your supervisor along with core units of study in psychology and the design of technology-supported learning, emerging educational technologies and research frontiers.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The curriculum of the graduate-entry primary-school-teaching course is designed to prepare students for teaching all the subjects in the Primary K–6 syllabus in NSW. Read more
The curriculum of the graduate-entry primary-school-teaching course is designed to prepare students for teaching all the subjects in the Primary K–6 syllabus in NSW. As well as learning about the policy frameworks that shape teaching in NSW, Australia and internationally, students attend lectures and complete assignments about issues in teaching, learning and curriculum in all school years – from Kindergarten to the Higher School Certificate. Various electives are offered to in addition to the compulsory coursework, which covers teaching in multilingual classrooms (TESOL) and the Primary School Key Learning Areas of:

* English K–6

* mathematics K–6

* creative and practical arts K–6

* human society and its environment (HSIE) K–6

* personal development, health and physical education (PDHPE) K–6

* science and technology K–6.

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Applicants for enrolment in the graduate-entry degree in secondary education must hold a bachelor degree that satisfies the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) requirements for accreditation. Read more
Applicants for enrolment in the graduate-entry degree in secondary education must hold a bachelor degree that satisfies the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) requirements for accreditation. The MTeach (Secondary) requires candidates to specialise in one or two teaching areas, depending on what they wish to teach. Applicants wishing to teach science, maths or languages are permitted to study these as "double method" areas, which means candidates do not need to qualify in a second teaching area. All available curriculum areas, including the three that have double-method options, are offered as "single method" qualifications. In every instance where an applicants choose to study two "single method" curriculum areas, their undergraduate studies in at least one of these must meet the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) prerequisites as a core teaching specialisation (1st Teaching Method). The second of the two "single method" curriculum areas may then be undertaken as a lesser specialisation (2nd Teaching Method), which may only need to have been studied as a 'minor' in the candidate's undergraduate degree. Some areas such as 'Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages' and 'Classical Hebrew and Judaism' can only be studied as a 2nd Teaching Method.

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