What will I learn?
Why choose this course?
Studying history teaches students critical inquiry skills. History teachers lead students to actively investigate the past and ask meaningful questions. You will learn to present sources as evidence and guide students in their investigation, analysis, and interpretation of the past so they can become informed citizens.
With QUT is Bachelor of Education (Secondary) degree, you will gain an understanding of approaches to teaching and planning instruction in history for the senior and junior years of schooling. You will be taught by leading academics and equipped with quality support and cutting-edge resources. You will be prepared to teach subjects in the Australian Curriculum.
You can choose to study either part time or full time. If you choose to study part time, evening classes may be available for some units.
QUT organises professional experience placements to give you the opportunity to work in real school classrooms, supervised by practising professional educators. At QUT you may be selected for additional opportunities to spend more time in schools and other settings to gain extra experience.
Graduates will have a solid foundation of knowledge to teach senior and junior history in secondary schools. Your career will be guided by, but not limited to, your chosen teaching areas. Teachers develop a range of skills which, in combination with work experience and personal qualities, may also equip them for a variety of careers including community education officers and training developers. Your qualification can also allow you to work in other locations within Australia and overseas.
Which department am I in? Faculty of Education
Applicants must have an aggregate score of 26-39. Other English Language Requirements accepted: Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic) score of 64; Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) score of 58; Cambridge English : Proficiency (CPE) overall grade C1.
Students must have completed four semesters at high school level (Years 11 and 12) with sound achievement (4, SA) in: English and at least one of Maths A, B or C.
English language requirements:
Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic) overall score of 64; Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) overall score of 58; Cambridge English Proficiency (CPE) overall grade of C1.
Offered by this university
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) offers below pathways courses for this subject Extended Foundation
Offered by other partners
This university accepts pathways courses from Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU)
For first semester: RM 6,500; 2nd - 3rd semesters: RM 4,250; 4th semester: RM 3,750; Fifth and subsequent semesters: RM 4,000
19 February 2018
Kelvin Grove Campus Victoria Park Road, KELVIN GROVE, Queensland, 4059, BRISBANE, Australia