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Massey University Masters Degrees in Education

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Build your research skills while improving your professional practice. The Master of Education will update your professional knowledge and qualifications, while exploring new developments and changes in education. Read more

Build your research skills while improving your professional practice

The Master of Education will update your professional knowledge and qualifications, while exploring new developments and changes in education.

Stay up to date with the latest education knowledge

Massey uses an enquiry-based and inter-professional learning model that results in best-practice learning and teaching experiences which can immediately be applied in your own setting. Our Master of Education offers the largest number of endorsements of any postgraduate degree of its kind in New Zealand. Alternatively you may want to follow an unendorsed pathway where you can choose from any of the courses in the endorsement areas or the elective schedule.

Flexible study to suit you

You’ll benefit from a range of distance and blended-learning delivery options that provide flexible learning opportunities regardless of your location.

Learn from highly qualified, well-regarded teachers who are supportive and provide a high level of pastoral care. We use a variety of technologies to personalise your experience and provide an anywhere, anytime learning environment.

Advance through your studies

The Master of Education is now offered as a 180-credit degree, which means you can complete it in as little as 1.5 years of full time study.

Join us in promoting the scholarship of teaching and learning. 

Massey is ranked in the world’s top 150 universities for education in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) ranking.

Your qualification options

Please note that the Master of Education does not qualify you to be a teacher in New Zealand. If you want to be a teacher, you will also need to take a postgraduate teaching qualification. Please explore your options in our education pathways tool.

Careers

You will enhance and advance your career, depending on your specialisation, in areas such as:

  • Education settings (early childhood to tertiary levels)
  • TESOL settings
  • Kaiwhakaako Maori
  • Special education
  • Professional training and development roles within organisations (eg, teaching hospitals, businesses, community organisations, libraries)
  • Leadership roles in centres/schools and post-school settings
  • Learning and instructional design
  • Research and policy development


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Work with diverse learners. If you’re keen to work with diverse learners and their teachers, then a Master of Specialist Teaching is for you. Read more

Work with diverse learners

If you’re keen to work with diverse learners and their teachers, then a Master of Specialist Teaching is for you.

Take less of your time

The Master of Specialist Teaching has reduced (starting in 2015) from 240 credits to 180 credits. This means you can now complete this qualification in three years of part-time study.

Evidence-based research project within work contexts

Studying the Master of Specialist Teaching will allow you to apply your knowledge and skills in diverse cultural contexts to undertake practical research and advanced study within your area of specialist teaching and inclusive education.

Flexible programme with multi-modal teaching

We combine a range of current and innovative blended learning options for all students including e-learning and face-to-face pedagogical practices to make it easier for you to study regardless of where you are and what you are doing.

Inter-professional environment

Our qualification adopts an inquiry-based inter-professional model where you will study alongside other types of specialist teachers to learn with, from and about each other within a broad community of practice. Your study will take place in a supportive and constructive learning environment led by highly qualified and respected experts in the field of inclusive education.

Massey is ranked in the world’s top 150 universities for education in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) ranking.

Your qualification options

Please note that the Master of Specialist Teaching does not qualify you to be a teacher in New Zealand. If you want to be a teacher, you will also need to take a postgraduate teaching qualification. Please explore your options in our education pathways tool.

Careers

Inclusive education is fast becoming the preferred model of education worldwide. A Masters in Specialist Teaching can lead to a range of career opportunities in New Zealand and further afield. Your skills will be in demand!

Graduates may find work or enhance their careers in many educational areas such as:

  • Specialist resource teachers such as Resource Teacher: Learning and Behaviour; and Resource Teacher: Blind and Low Vision
  • Education Advisors such as a Special Education Advisors
  • Special Education Needs Coordinators
  • Academic and professional development positions
  • Behaviour Support Workers
  • Special Education Teachers


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Create a fairer education system. The Master of Educational Psychology builds the capacity of educators to be inclusive, adaptable and meet the individual needs of each student to ensure that the education system works for all. Read more

Create a fairer education system

The Master of Educational Psychology builds the capacity of educators to be inclusive, adaptable and meet the individual needs of each student to ensure that the education system works for all.

Enhance your teaching practice

Massey University’s Master of Educational Psychology will strengthen your teaching practice and support your career as an educator. This professional practice qualification gives teachers, school leaders and school psychologists a greater depth of understanding about the factors that support or hinder learning. You’ll explore this from an ecological viewpoint and consider everything including the teachers, environment and other external influences that affect and influence a child’s learning.

Explore new opportunities

Whether you want to develop your current skillset as a teacher or school psychologist, steer into educational psychology research as part of a PhD, or follow the pathway into the Postgraduate Diploma in Educational and Developmental Psychology Internship, the Master of Educational Psychology is a great fit. It sets you up to work with and support children with disabilities and learning and behaviour difficulties. Our programme fosters inclusive education assessment and intervention, collaborative practice with teachers and whanau, and differentiation of teaching for individual learning needs. These principle areas will enable you to pursue the areas you’re passionate about.

Unique learning environment

Our Master of Educational Psychology is the only programme of its kind available to study New Zealand wide. Along with several on-campus block courses at our Auckland campus in Albany, you can complete your master’s from the comfort of your own home or working environment. Our 50 years of experience in providing world-leading distance learning means you’ll be supported and cared for at every step of the way.

Careers

With a Master of Educational Psychology you can look at a whole range of careers that help and support people. Some of these are:

  • Educational psychologist
  • Behaviour support worker
  • Child advocate
  • Community support worker
  • Special education coordinator/adviser


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