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Graduate Certificate of Education Specialisations Code numbers
Graduate Certificate of Education Course Specifications
All Graduate Certificate units are approved at a post graduate level and may be used toward gaining a Master of Education award. It is possible to earn a Graduate Certificate by successfully completing four of the units in the approved schedule of units offered from the general schedule or to select four required units in one of the specialisations listed after the schedule.
Specialisations are available in Community Education, Online Learning, Inclusive Education, TESOL, LOTE, Arts, Educational Administration, Tertiary Teaching, Arts Education, Gender, Cross-Cultural Educational Issues, Classroom Management, Studies in Asia for Teachers and Mathematics Education.
This course is available to graduates in Education, graduates in other disciplines with a Diploma of Education or Bachelor of Teaching or to those holding equivalent qualifications. This certificate is intended to enable competent, experienced professionals to broaden, deepened, update and integrate knowledge of their specialised area of interest and expertise. Both the coursework and written assignments or projects undertaken by the student should thus reflect this specialisation. For this reason there is a wide variety of coursework units available, with general areas of specialisation ranging from Administration to Mathematics Education, from Inclusive Education to Arts in Education, from Teaching English as a Second Language to Adult Learning and University Teaching, from Online Learning to LOTE.
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Responsible faculty or school | Faculty of Education
Campus(es) offered | Hobart | Launceston
Mode of delivery | Full time | Part time | Distance Education | contact ph 6226 7478
Course duration | .5 years minimum (1 semester)ì | 1.5 years maximum (3 semesters)
Costs (course fees only annual) | HECS: NO | Australian residents: $825 per 12.5% unit
Approximate student-staff contact hours | by negotiation
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