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University of Wollongong (UOW)

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Master of Teaching (Secondary)

  • Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Teaching (Secondary) is for university graduates from non-teaching courses who want to become secondary school teachers (Years 7 to 12).

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
2 years full-time, 4 years part-time
Course Code
1643, 080834F
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Fees
$22,560 per year / $45,120 total
International Fees
$24,096 per year / $48,192 total
Financial Support

About this course

The Master of Teaching (Secondary) is for university graduates from non-teaching courses who want to become secondary school teachers (Years 7 to 12). On completion of this degree, you will obtain a formal qualification making you eligible to teach specialised subject areas to students aged 13 to 18 in public, religious and private schools.

This degree produces high quality teachers with an understanding of diversity in the classroom and with strong connections to school communities.

This program focuses on building teaching skills through a professional experience immersion program in your very first session, and regular professional experience periods throughout the degree. You will complete 60 days of professional experience (PEX), including the option to complete one PEX in a rural or remote area of NSW. There are also opportunities to undertake international immersion programs that, while not counted as a PEX, allow you to travel overseas, visit schools and develop your understanding of people and cultures.

Your learning will be supported by online teaching, forums, podcasts and video streamed lectures, on-campus tutorials and in-school activities. You will benefit from the expertise of local teachers and a range of workshops to develop your skills in communication, technology-enhanced learning, working with parents, designing assessment and conducting school-based research.

During your degree you will explore the concepts of teaching and learning to build your professional skills in your selected teaching areas. Teaching areas include: English, Mathematics, Science, Visual Arts, Music, Modern or Ancient History, Geography, Society and Culture or Aboriginal Studies, Legal Studies and Business Studies or Economics. The methods offered are subject to demand, meaning that not all methods are guaranteed to be offered each year.

Entry requirements

Teaching is an academically rigorous profession and teachers play a critical role in our communities. Strengthening requirements for studying teaching degrees is an initiative of the NSW Government to ensure that initial teacher education programs prepare high quality graduate teachers who can respond to the needs of all learners to make a positive impact on student learning. At UOW we are committed to ensuring our graduates are of the highest standard by setting appropriate entry criteria and maintaining a strongly developmental program that supports teacher education students from diverse backgrounds with diverse experiences, abilities and perspectives to become the teachers of the future.

Entry requirements include:

Minimum Prior Qualification

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Teacher Education courses at University of Wollongong (UOW).
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Skill scale
Teaching scale
Employed full-time
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