This program is only available for currently enrolled students. No new applications for admission will be accepted.
This program is for continuing students only and from 2015 has been replaced by the Graduate Certificate in Education Studies (Program code 12365).
The Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies degree is intended for practising teachers and other educators who wish to gain postgraduate professional qualifications in a wide variety of educational contexts and to acquire or update their expertise. The approach used in the program blends theory and practice, with an emphasis on applying research findings to best educational practices. The program is undertaken by coursework.
The Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies is available in the following areas of interest:
- Aboriginal Education
- Comparative and International
- Creative and Performing Arts, Media and Learning
- Deaf/Hard of Hearing Early Intervention (delivered by Renwick Centre)
- Disability Studies (available every second year)
- Early Childhood Education
- Educating Boys
- Emotional Disturbance/Behaviour Disorders
- Engaging Families and Communities
- Equity in Education
- ICT and Digital Learning
- International Curriculum Studies
- Listening and Spoken Language (delivered by Renwick Centre)
- Educational Leadership
- Personalised Learning
- Sensory Disabilities (delivered by Renwick Centre)
- Sign Bilingual (delivered by Renwick Centre)
- Special Education
- Special Education - Early Childhood
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
Students undertaking specialisations offered by the RIDBC Renwick Centre should also refer to the RIDBC Renwick Centre Student Handbook above in the ‘Further Information’ section.