Monash is a member of the Group of Eight, an alliance of 8 leading Australian universities. Group of Eight universities produce graduates who find full-time employment sooner, begin on higher salaries, and are morelikely to move onto postgraduate studies than graduates from other Australian universities. Monash takes its reputation seriously and has achieved an enviable national and international reputation for research and teaching experience.
But while rankings are important, Monash cares as much about your individual experience as they do about their position on the blobal scale. Leaders from he world’s most successful companies consistantly rate Monash as a preferred university from which to hire gradutes. Global Employability Rankings, 2011 – 2014, New York Times.
Graduation and Degree
Students who successfully complete and pass the modules stipulated in the course structure will be awarded the Master of Education in Early Childhood Education from Monash University.
The degree awards will be the same as that awarded to the on-campus graduates.
This course addresses the professional learning needs of educators, educational administrators, managers, policy makers and others interested or involved in learning and education or educational work in the wider community, and who may be based either locally or internationally.
This course focuses on early childhood education and its associated learning concepts and learning contexts. The course builds students’ learning through broadening their knowledge or key constructs related to learning concepts and contexts, deepens their professional learning in early childhood education and advances their capacity as professional inquirers.
This program is designed to meet the needs of educators, educational administrators, managers, policy makers and others interested or involved in learning and education within the wider educational community or working in the corporate or government sector.
Monash University helps students connect with employers, find jobs and explore career options.
Students are required to complete 4 units out of the following 6 units listed below:
|Developing learners and learning|
|Using and evaluating research evidence|
|Children, families, communities|
|Early years, literacy and numeracy|
|Understanding inclusion in learning communities.|
Applicants must have successfully completed one of the following:
Each term is a 3-month period covering 1 course of study. Each unit consists of 20 contact hours and will be conducted on week 4 or week 5 of the term, from Thursday till Sunday, after office hours in the evenings and/or over the weekends/public holidays.
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