Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) (MC-TEACHEC) // Further study
About this course
- Entry and participation requirements
- Attributes, outcomes and skills
- Course structure
- Majors, minors and specialisations
- Further study
Jeanne Marie Iorio
Melbourne Graduate School of Education
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Professional and Continuing Education Degrees
The University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education is widely recognised as a leader in continuing professional education. If you wish to further your professional studies, you can consider a specialisation in the coursework Master of Education or a specialist Master’s degree. Entry to these is based on academic merit and may also require professional experience. For more information about continuing professional study in Education, see the MGSE Courses page.
Graduate Research Degrees
The University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education is widely recognised as a leader in Australian and international education research. If you have an interest in research you can explore MGSE’s graduate research degrees. For more information about graduate research study in Education and the entry requirements, see the MGSE Research Degrees page.
The Master of Education (Research) is the recommended pathway for Master of Teaching graduates who wish to later pursue the PhD-Education. Entry to the Master of Education (Research) is based on academic merit, and is competitive.
Alternatively, Master of Teaching graduates may consider the Doctor of Education after further completion of at least five years of teaching or relevant professional experience. Entry to the DEd is based on professional experience and academic merit and is also competitive.
Last updated: 27 March 2023