The Master of Teaching (Primary) is a two-year postgraduate course, available both full time and part time.
The Master of Teaching (Primary) provides students with an understanding of the primary school sector, focusing on skills and abilities in literacy, numeracy, curriculum content, and information and communication technologies, which are integrated into each unit. Students are equipped with an understanding of diversity and differentiated learning strategies that foster learning for all children. Students are able to undertake a primary specialisation in either English or Mathematics.
The maximum time allowed for the completion of the Master of Teaching (Primary) is eight years. Extensions beyond this time may be approved where extenuating circumstances exist.
Students who successfully complete 8 units of the Master of Teaching (Primary) but are unable to complete the remainder of the course may exit with the Graduate Diploma in Teaching Studies. The Graduate Diploma in Teaching Studies does not satisfy the requirements for registration with the Queensland College of Teachers.
Master of Teaching (Primary) course admission information, including the ATAR/selection rank, and student profile for the Master of Teaching (Primary) can be found here.