Build the skills required to support the specialist learning needs of children and young people by studying a Master of Learning Intervention. Through the course, you'll develop the ability to teach and create specialist curriculum to support a range of disabilities and learning difficulties.
The Master of Learning Intervention is offered in two streams.
Stream A is specifically for teachers who'd like to become special educators.
Stream B is for allied health practitioners and early childhood educators.
Graduates who complete Stream A will be qualified as Special Education teachers. Through Stream A, you'll gain the skills to diagnose, implement effective learning interventions to optimise learning and promote inclusive education in primary and secondary schools.
Allied health practitioners, early childhood educators and international students who complete Stream B will graduate with enhanced understanding and skills in learning intervention, preparing them to become leaders in inclusive education and positive behaviour and learning.
The University of Melbourne accepts online applications year-round from domestic applicants.