The Master of Inclusive and Special Education provides a coherent course of study and professional experience to equip leaders in inclusive education. You'll critically reflect on contemporary research and apply theory to practice through developing resources and pedagogies that actively value students in all their diversities. A key focus will be on identifying the barriers to education for many students, including common misunderstandings relating to disability. You'll evaluate the impact of a range of social, cultural, political, economic and environmental factors, and develop strategies for addressing these barriers. This degree provides a specific focus on disability equity education.
This degree comprises of twelve compulsory units (120 credit points).
Refer to the Course Structure for more information and details on specific units.