Overview

Overview

The Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) is designed with a new type of early childhood professional in mind – one who operates in a multi-disciplinary field involving care, education and health.

This course focuses on learning and teaching for children aged birth to eight years, and can be completed through either full-time or part-time study.

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Entry requirements

An undergraduate degree from an approved institution.

All applicants must also:

Career outcomes

Graduates of the Graduate Diploma or Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) are eligible to apply for registration as an early childhood teacher with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). This qualifies you to work in children’s services in Australia with children aged birth to five years.

If you intend to teach outside Victoria, we recommend you check registration requirements with the relevant body.

You may also choose to pursue a career in areas like:

Student experience

Marijke van Beuge, pre-prep teacher at Strathcona Girls Grammar, Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)

The academics teaching this course are undoubtedly some of the best in the field. They are passionate about developing quality teachers so that children can have access to the best teachers, and the level of interaction and support they provide throughout the course reflects this.

Marijke van Beuge,
pre-prep teacher at Strathcona Girls Grammar, Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)