|Qualification / Award||Master of Education|
|Length||16 months accelerated|
|Credit Points||48 Credit points (8 units)|
|Available to||Domestic (FEE-HELP available)|
|Course Accreditation||NESA and TEQSA|
|Financial Information||Course Fees Page|
|Key Dates||Application Deadlines and other Key Course Dates|
Grow your knowledge and career opportunities
As a professional teacher, you’ve learned to set goals for your students. Whether they’re working towards a test, a public performance or major assessment, you work alongside them to envision and achieve success together. Now, as you consider your own career goals, Excelsia College Online is there to help you take your next step with a Master of Education (MEd).
Perhaps you want to hone your skills in the classroom, increase your earning potential or become a leader in your professional learning community. Perhaps your eye is on a future role as a principal or curriculum leader. Whichever path you want your career to take, our online MEd prepares professional educators for advancement in any area of educational research, leadership and practice.
This 100 per cent online course can be completed in as little as 16 months part-time, allowing you to maintain your work, home and other commitments without compromising your study.
Practical, Skills-based Learning
Delivering six study periods across the year, you will focus your learning on one unit per study period. Each study period runs for seven weeks, so you will complete units faster, enabling you to focus your learning. You can start at a study period that suits your schedule, and should you need to, skip a study period if other life commitments require your full attention.
A Faith-based approach to learning
Excelsia College’s respected academics will guide your learning from a faith-based perspective, teaching you to reflect deeply on the ways in which your Christian worldview impacts your role as a teacher and leader. Our courses are aligned with AITSL standards, and students will graduate with the confidence to lead in both religious and non-religious educational environments.