Gain an advanced understanding of learning approaches in rural and remote communities with a focus on the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
AQF Level 7 bachelor degree which includes subjects in two teaching areas appropriate to curriculum in Australian secondary schools
Excel in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms with the Master of Teaching and Learning (Secondary) at JCU. This qualification is valued by government, Catholic, and independent schools in urban and regional Australia. Your skills will also transfer well to international settings.
JCU Master of Teaching and Learning (Secondary) graduates are highly valued in North Queensland and culturally diverse communities.
Graduates go on to work in Australian, international, rural, regional, and remote schools.
You could find work as a secondary teacher with specialist skills in Indigenous education, diverse student needs, and regional teaching experience.
Complete an online application through our Online Application Portal.
Note the course QTAC code for the location you've chosen. You'll need to enter it as part of your QTAC application.
All applicants for initial teacher education courses (pre-service teachers) must satisfy both academic and non-academic entry criteria.
Your academic criteria is measured against previous study. You must have successfully completed an AQF level 7 Bachelor degree with a minimum of 6 subjects in one teaching area (two at third year level) and 4 subjects in a second teaching area relevant to the Australian secondary school curriculum, especially: English, mathematics, chemistry, physics, technologies, humanities, languages, and industrial technology and design (manual arts). Complete the self-audit (PDF, 173 KB) form to assess your first and second teaching areas.English language requirements
Applicants of non-English speaking backgrounds must meet the following English language proficiency requirements: