Master of Teaching | Make a Difference to Future Generations
Build on your past studies and experience, to teach in a primary or secondary school setting. Complete a teaching qualification in as little as two years on campus in Hobart or fully online by distance.
Develop teaching theory and practical skills and practice them in a safe and supportive environment. With 60 days’ professional experience placements in real classrooms, graduate with the confidence to inspire the next generation.
Looking for a post-graduate qualification that allows you to teach anywhere in Australia? The Master of Teaching is accredited through the Tasmanian Teachers Registration Board, and is recognised in all states and territories.
The Master of Teaching is available fully online across Australia, and on-campus from the Hobart campus. Our degree works with you, your family, your career, and your lifestyle.
Turn your passion for music, art, drama, science, maths, global languages, or social studies into a rewarding career. Learn how to inspire the next generation in classrooms throughout Tasmania, Australia and overseas.
As a Master of Teaching student, you can specialise in either Primary (Prep to Grade 6) or Secondary (Grade 7 to 12) teaching. In both cases, you’ll need to successfully complete 18 theory units and four Professional Experience (school placement) units.
Let’s pretend you’ve chosen to study Primary teaching over two years, full-time. Here is how your Master of Teaching could be structured.
For more specific information about the course structure, please refer to the Master of Teaching course page in the Courses & Units Handbook.
The secondary teaching specialisation requires you to choose two curriculum teaching areas, determined by the subjects you studied in your undergraduate degree.
Let’s pretend you’ve chosen to study Secondary teaching — specialising in English and Drama — over two years, full-time. Here is how your Master of Teaching could be structured.
For more specific information, including all units available and their delivery options, please view the Master of Teaching course page in the Courses & Units Handbook.
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