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On campus
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Campus locations

Albury-Wodonga, Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga, Bathurst
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Duration

4 years full-time
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Admission information

7000; 6500
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CSU has a variety of pathways and admissions requirements for study. Details of the types of 'bonus points' and other ATAR-related adjustments commonly available to applicants are set out in the CSU institutional admissions information and CSU's general admissions policy.

You can also view details about the applicants who commenced this course last year in the ATAR profile and See the student profile.

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Session availability

Session 3; Session 1; Session 2; Session 3 201790; 201830; 201860; 201890
Session 1; Session 2 201830; 201860

Please note: all sessions may not be available at all locations or through all study modes. Please check the Fees and course offerings section for more information.

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International students

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On campus

Campus locations

Albury-Wodonga, Wagga Wagga, Bathurst
  • This course is not available to international students.

Course highlights

CSU's Bachelor of Education (K–12) prepares you to be a teacher who is effective and reflective in your practice, will manage the changing nature of teaching in the community, and have well-developed interpersonal skills.

Study areas to suit your passions

Your studies will include professional experience subjects, studies in all Key Learning Areas for teaching kindergarten to Year 6, and studies for a major in a high school teaching area. You will choose a major high school teaching area from business studies, English, mathematics, modern history or science. Students at Port Macquarie are able to major in business studies, English, mathematics or modern history. From your third year, you can choose to study completely online or remain on campus.

More hands-on experience

You will spend 120 days in the classroom — more than students of other teacher education degrees — in a variety of rural, regional and/or metropolitan primary and secondary schools. You will also complete 35 hours in community educational settings.

Access the latest learning technologies

CSU's education facilities include computer laboratories; specialist rooms for creative arts, science, and human movement studies; and connected learning spaces and mobile technology-enabled systems, providing flexibility in how you engage with peers, the content and lecturers.

Future-proof your career

Professional experience and literacy and numeracy development and support are embedded into this course to ensure that you meet new government standards for teachers. Following your second year of study, you may concurrently enrol in our Bachelor of Educational Studies, to add studies in a second high school teaching area.

Add an international edge to your degree

International programs provide a great opportunity to expand your professional experience, to study overseas and to participate in a highly rewarding learning opportunity. Recent students have travelled to Cambodia, Canada, India, Japan, Nepal, Switzerland, Vanuatu and more.

This course is accredited by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) until 31 December 2019 for national accreditation recongnised by the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). Graduates from this program will possess a teaching award that is recognised nationally and internationally.

This course is accredited by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) until 31 December 2019 for national accreditation recognised by the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL).

During the first year of the course, students will participate in a community cultural education program through exposure to learning and teaching in non school settings such as PCYC, Juvenile Detention Centres, Sport and Recreation Centres, or other approved settings / organisations. This placement will assist students in recognising that educational experiences are linked to wider social issues and contexts.

In subsequent years, students undertake a number of placements in a diverse range of school settings, from primary through secondary. Placements include both observation and teaching, and depending on the subject are up to 30 days in length.

This school-based workplace experience will contribute to the students' professional development as a teacher, with a focus on progression toward meeting the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers at Graduate level. There is also the opportunity for students to gain valuable experience through an international placement.

Please note that the following subjects have a Workplace Learning component:

EEB106 Community Cultural Education Program
EPT125 Child Development: Foundation to Year 6
EPT127 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Early Years of Learning
EPT218 Student Learning and Engagement
EPT329 Working Within The Community
EPT330 Professional Knowledge & Practice Teaching
EPT436 Transition to the Teaching Profession

 

Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students

From 1 July 2016, all students must pass the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students (LANTITE) before being able to register with their state-based teacher institute or equivalent body. From January 2017, all students will need to pass the test before undertaking their final professional experience placement. This computer-based test consists of both multiple choice and short answer questions and is designed to assess personal literacy and numeracy capabilities. The purpose of the test is to demonstrate to future employers that early career teachers have high levels of literacy and numeracy. CSU has a range of support options specifically for initial teacher education students preparing for the Test. More information about the test is available at teacheredtest.acer.edu.au


Anaphylaxis Training for all Initial Teacher Education Students

The NSW Education Standards Authority (ESA), previously the NSW Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES), now requires that all initial teacher education students have training in anaphylaxis. In order to meet this requirement, ALL students must complete the training module found at http://etraining.allergy.org.au. The online module takes approximately one hour to complete.

On successful completion of the online module, participants will receive a certificate of completion. A copy of this certificate must be attached to your application for your professional experience placement. ESA suggests that students also present a copy of their certificate of completion to principals at the commencement of their professional experience placements. The training must be successfully undertaken every two years and students will need to ensure that their certificate of completion is current.

The NSW Department of Education advises that students who do not successfully complete this training, as verified by the university, will not be able to undertake professional experience activities in NSW public schools.


Working with Children Check

All teacher education students in Australia must comply with the working with children legislation requirements of the state / country of where their placement is occurring. Students will be required to provide evidence to the Faculty of Arts and Education’s Professional Experience Unit of a Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance letter prior to undertaking any placement in a school or early childhood service. The checks are intended to identify people who have convictions for such things as violence or sexual offences and who may put clients'/children’s personal safety or health at risk. Traffic violations and other minor offences are not of interest.

Prospective students should be aware that not passing a Working with Children Check will make it difficult for them to complete a teacher education course satisfactorily because of the unavailability of suitable school or preschool professional experience placements.

The Working with Children Check expires every five years. You will be required to ensure it remains current and valid to the end of the final placement in the course. Please note that a WWCC can take an extended period of time, so it is recommended that you commence the process early to prevent timing problems. The Australian Institute of Family Studies provides useful information and links relevant to the Australian states and territories. Information on the current Working with Children Check must be uploaded to the student’s information site on InPlace.

Child Protection Awareness Training

Students must also complete child protection awareness training. Where this is not possible face to face, an online training course is available. This training needs to be renewed annually. See: Child protection awareness training e-learning module

Residential schools are a great way to practise what you are learning in a hands-on environment, and to meet your lecturers and classmates.

Some online courses include a residential school, where you will attend a CSU campus during certain sessions throughout your course.

The following subjects may have a residential school component:

BIO100 Concepts of Biology
BIO203 Animal Diversity
BIO326 Vegetation and Disturbance Management
CHM104 Chemistry 1A
CHM107 Chemistry 1B
CHM213 Analytical Chemistry
CHM214 Physical Chemistry
CHM215 Inorganic Chemistry
CHM321 Laboratory Management Issues
CHM323 Instrumental Analysis 1
CHM324 Instrumental Analysis 2
PHY101 Mechanics and Thermal Physics
PHY102 Electricity and Waves
PHY215 Scientific Instrumentation (Electronics)
PHY216 Modern Physics
PHY299 Introduction to Astronomy

From the early stages of your degree, you can apply for a range of international programs through CSU Global. You could take a session or two on exchange at one of CSU’s partner institutions across the world, go on a study tour during the holidays, or complete some of your practical placements in an unique location.

Are you after a unique CSU study experience? By participating in a CSU Global international study program you can gain a new perspective on where your degree can take you, and even complete your degree that little bit faster. CSU Global has many options available to fit with your course, interests and study needs.

Infographic - Starting salary for a Teacher is approximately $62,000

Career opportunities

A qualification to teach in both primary and secondary school settings means you will have broader employment options.

Primary teacher

Teach children as a primary teacher in public or private school settings.

Secondary teacher

Teach high school students as a secondary teacher in public or private school settings. 

Competitive edge 

Graduates with specialisations in English, mathematics, humanities or science are highly regarded in both primary and secondary schools for their ability to draw on their depth of knowledge and skills in their specialisation area in their planning and implementation of educational programs. Currently, graduates specialising in maths and science are in particularly high demand.

A qualification to teach in both primary and secondary school settings means you will have broader employment options.

Primary teacher

Teach children as a primary teacher in public or private school settings.

Secondary teacher

Teach high school students as a secondary teacher in public or private school settings. 

Competitive edge 

Graduates with specialisations in English, mathematics, humanities or science are highly regarded in both primary and secondary schools for their ability to draw on their depth of knowledge and skills in their specialisation area in their planning and implementation of educational programs. Currently, graduates specialising in maths and science are in particularly high demand.

Credit and pathways

Getting into uni isn’t just about your ATAR; we understand that if you’re given the chance to study something you’re passionate about, you can really shine. We offer a range of pathway options, including Early Entry – Schools Recommendation Scheme, Regional Bonus Points, and Indigenous Access Program (IAP) to help you get on track to your dream career.

Credit for prior learning and credit for current competencies will be granted to eligible applicants.

More about Credit

We understand that if you’re given the chance to study something you’re passionate about, you can really shine. We offer a range of pathway options, including Early Entry – Schools Recommendation Scheme, Regional Bonus Points, and Indigenous Access Program (IAP) to help you get on track to your dream career.

Credit for prior learning and credit for current competencies will be granted to eligible applicants.

More about Credit

If you’ve studied before, you may be able to fast-track your postgraduate degree with Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL). If you’ve completed relevant tertiary study, you could be awarded credit for your postgraduate degree. Get in touch to see if you’re eligible for credit based on your previous qualifications or industry experience.

Credit for prior learning and credit for current competencies will be granted to eligible applicants.

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Fees and course offerings

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Bachelor of Education (K–12)

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If you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen or hold a permanent humanitarian visa, and meet the relevant citizenship and residency requirements, you may be eligible for a Commonwealth supported place

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1 year full-time ( points)

The Commonwealth Government has not yet released the fee ranges for the 2018 study area bands. Until this information is available, the 2018 indicative fees will remain as ‘To be approved’.
Please refer to the Study Assistopen_in_new website for the most up to date information.

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

More about Calculating Fees

It is important to note that the student contribution you pay will depend on the subjects you choose to study, as each subject has its own costs. The government assigns different price bands to a subject, depending on the discipline that subject belongs to.

Check out the subject fee calculator below to get a more accurate cost for your first year. The calculator will open in a new window, once open go to the Subjects section to review the subjects available for this course and enter them into the calculator.

The Australian Government indexes student contributions each year.

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Payment Options

  1. Pay all of your student contribution up front direct to the university
  2. Pay part of your student contribution to the university and defer the balance via a HECS-HELP open_in_new loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. Defer all of your student contribution via a HECS-HELP open_in_new loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

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If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

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If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

Payment Options

You can:

  1. pay all of your tuition fees up front direct to the university
  2. pay part of your tuition fees to the university and defer the balance via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. defer all of your tuition fees via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

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1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

Course Fees

CSU gives a discount on tuition fees to citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada and the United Kingdom.

Contact a Recruitment agent in your country who can answer your questions about CSU as well as help with the student visa application process.

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CSU gives a discount on tuition fees to citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada and the United Kingdom.

Contact a Recruitment agent in your country who can answer your questions about CSU as well as help with the student visa application process.

International recruitment agents

1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

More information about International Student Fees

Course Fees

This Course has limited Commonwealth supported places available.

Contact Us to see if you are eligible.

If you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen or hold a permanent humanitarian visa, and meet the relevant citizenship and residency requirements, you may be eligible for a Commonwealth supported place

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This Course has limited Commonwealth supported places available.

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If you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen or hold a permanent humanitarian visa, and meet the relevant citizenship and residency requirements, you may be eligible for a Commonwealth supported place

Frequently Asked Questions on CSP open_in_new

1 year full-time ( points)

The Commonwealth Government has not yet released the fee ranges for the 2018 study area bands. Until this information is available, the 2018 indicative fees will remain as ‘To be approved’.
Please refer to the Study Assistopen_in_new website for the most up to date information.

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

More about Calculating Fees

It is important to note that the student contribution you pay will depend on the subjects you choose to study, as each subject has its own costs. The government assigns different price bands to a subject, depending on the discipline that subject belongs to.

Check out the subject fee calculator below to get a more accurate cost for your first year. The calculator will open in a new window, once open go to the Subjects section to review the subjects available for this course and enter them into the calculator.

The Australian Government indexes student contributions each year.

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Payment Options

  1. Pay all of your student contribution up front direct to the university
  2. Pay part of your student contribution to the university and defer the balance via a HECS-HELP open_in_new loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. Defer all of your student contribution via a HECS-HELP open_in_new loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

More information about Commonwealth Supported Places

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A fee-paying student will pay a tuition fee for each subject in the course without the Australian government contributing any financial support to the university. But don’t be put off by the cost of study - eligible students still have the option to defer their fees through FEE-HELP open_in_new.

Most postgraduate students in Australia will pay the full cost of their tuition, however if you are a CSU Alumni Student, you will receive a 10% discount.

If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

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Course Fees

A fee-paying student will pay a tuition fee for each subject in the course without the Australian government contributing any financial support to the university. But don’t be put off by the cost of study - eligible students still have the option to defer their fees through FEE-HELP open_in_new.

Most postgraduate students in Australia will pay the full cost of their tuition, however if you are a CSU Alumni Student, you will receive a 10% discount.

If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

Payment options

You can:

  1. pay all of your tuition fees up front direct to the university
  2. pay part of your tuition fees to the university and defer the balance via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. defer all of your tuition fees via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

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Course Fees

This course is associated with the Australian Government supported Research Training Program (RTP). The RTP scheme is administered by individual universities on behalf of the Department of Education and Training.

If you are a successful applicant for Research degree candidature, and you are an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, you won't pay any tuition fees.

You also won't need to pay the University's Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).

Applications for RTP Scholarships need to be made directly to CSU.

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Information on research fees and fee support

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Course Fees

Candidates who exceed their Research Training Program (RTP) entitlement are required to pay the appropriate domestic student tuition fee for their course. Eligible students still have the option to defer their fees through FEE-Help open_in_new.

If you are a CSU Alumni Student, you will receive a 10% discount on tuition fees.

If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

1 year full-time ( points)

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Candidates who exceed their Research Training Program (RTP) entitlement are required to pay the appropriate domestic student tuition fee for their course. Eligible students still have the option to defer their fees through FEE-Help open_in_new.

If you are a CSU Alumni Student, you will receive a 10% discount on tuition fees.

If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

1 year full-time ( points)

1 year part-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

Payment Options

You can:

  1. pay all of your tuition fees up front direct to the university
  2. pay part of your tuition fees to the university and defer the balance via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. defer all of your tuition fees via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

More information about Fee Paying places

For more information on Fee Paying HDR students

For assistance contact the Research Office

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1 year full-time ( points)

1 year part-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

More information about International Student Fees

For assistance contact the Research Office

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Please contact us to find out more.

Session availability

This course is offered in the following sessions for enrolment:

Bachelor of Education (K–12) specific fee details

Standard CSU fee details

Any fees and offerings are correct at the date of publishing. Fees are relevant for the year selected only and are subject to change in future years.

If you are an Australian or New Zealand permanent resident find out more about domestic fees. Eligible students can defer these fees through the HELP open_in_new government student loan system.

If you are an international student, find out more about international fees.

Additional course-related expenses you may need to consider:

  • Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF)
  • Textbooks (you may be able to purchase these second-hand)
  • Travel and accommodation expenses for any workplace learning, field trips or residential schools
  • Uniforms (e.g. shirts, polo tops, scrubs or overalls)
Chloe Sanders – Bachelor of Education (K-12)

“The staff at CSU have been incredibly supportive. The lecturers are always passionate about what they teach which makes it a lot easier to learn.”

Chloe Sanders – Bachelor of Education (K-12)

Subjects

For each 8 point subject you are enrolled in, you should expect to spend 10 to 12 hours per week working on assignments and assigned readings, tutorial assistance, individual or group research/study, forum activity, workplace learning, and attending lectures, residential schools, or examinations.

If you are studying four subjects per session, this is equivalent to a full-time job. The workload for some subjects may vary as a result of approved course design.

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The below information is for new students. Current students should select their subjects by checking the Handbook for the year of their enrolment

To graduate with the Bachelor of Education (K-12), students must complete 21 core education subjects, one Indigenous Cultural Studies subject, one community cultural education program (0 points), 14 primary and secondary discipline subjects, and 2 secondary curriculum method subjects.  In total, students complete 39 subjects with a total value of 304 points. Subjects have a value of 8 points unless otherwise stated.

Secondary teaching areas available via this course are business studies, mathematics, English, modern history and the sciences (biology, chemistry and physics).  Students will study discipline subjects as required for their intended teaching area(s).  Primary AND secondary discipline subjects will vary depending on the student’s chosen secondary major teaching area, as detailed in the sections below.


CORE EDUCATION SUBJECTS (21 subjects)
EEA202 Managing the Classroom Environment
EED308 Adolescence and Learning
EEP306 Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
ESC407 Classroom Technologies
EEE405 Assessment and Reporting
EMA117 The Creative Arts: The Creative Process
EMA210 Teaching and Assessing the Creative Arts
EMH205 HSIE: Teaching About People, Places and the Past OR EMH419 Curriculum Studies: Society and Environment*
EML306 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Primary Years
ELN402 Literacy Strategies for Learning
EMM209 Mathematics: Content and Pedagogy
EMM410 Mathematics in the Primary Years
EMR207 OR EMR408 PDHPE Curriculum and Pedagogy*
EMS207 OR EMS406 Science and Technology Curriculum Studies*
ESS419 Principles of Inclusive Classroom
EPT125 Child Development Foundation to Year 6
EPT127 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Early Years of Learning
EPT218 Student Learning and Engagement
EPT329 Working Within the Community
EPT330 Professional Knowledge and Professional Teaching
EPT436 Transitions to the Teaching Profession

* Students have a choice dependant on subject availability.
 

CORE INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN CULTURAL STUDIES (1 subject)
IKC200 Contemporary Indigenous Australian Realities
 

COMMUNITY CULTURAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (1 subject)
EEB106 Community Cultural Education Program (0 points)
 

PRIMARY AND SECONDARY DISCIPLINES SUBJECTS (14 subjects)
Depending on their chosen secondary major teaching area, students study the appropriate group of primary and secondary discipline subjects listed below.


For a secondary teaching area of Business Studies, students complete the following:

Core primary discipline subjects (7 subjects)
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
LIT101 Language and Text
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society
MTH100 Foundation Mathematics
MTH110 The Evolution of Mathematics
SCI102 Experiencing Science

Core secondary discipline subjects (5 subjects)
MGT100 Organisations and Management
MKT110 Marketing and Society
MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture
ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
ACC240 Small Business Management OR MKT220 Consumer Behaviour OR HRM210 Human Resource Management

Level 3 Business Studies electives (select 2 subjects)
MKT310 Integrated Marketing Communications
MKT350 Product Innovation Management
MKT303 Social and Environmental Marketing
MKT335 Marketing of Services
MKT340 Strategic Marketing Management
HRM320 Issues in Human Resource Management
HRM330 Strategic Human Resource Management
MGT330 Business Strategy
MGT310 Operations Management
MGT360 Risk Management
MGT367 Leadership Issues
MGT340 International Management
 

For a secondary teaching area of Mathematics, students complete the following:

Core primary discipline subjects (5 subjects)
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
LIT101 Language and Text
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society
SCI102 Experiencing Science

Core secondary discipline subjects (9 subjects)
MTH105 Introductory Mathematics OR restricted elective**
MTH101 Computer Aided Mathematics 1 with Applications
MTH102 Computer Aided Mathematics 2 with Applications
STA201 Scientific Statistics
MTH218 Multivariable Calculus
MTH219 Linear Algebra
MTH220 Ordinary Differential Equations
MTH307 Mathematical Modelling OR MTH418 Topics in Calculus
MTH328 Complex Analysis

** Restricted elective subjects are limited to other discipline subjects listed in the Course Structure.
 

For a secondary teaching area of English, students complete the following:

Core primary discipline subjects (5 subjects)
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
MTH110 The Evolution of Mathematics
MTH100 Foundation Mathematics
SCI102 Experiencing Science

Core secondary discipline subjects (9 subjects)
LIT107 English Literature 1
LIT124 Children’s Literature: The Oral Tradition
LIT108 English Literature 2
LIT221 Creative Writing
LIT324 Australian Children’s Literature
LIT220 Screenwriting OR COM226 Media: History and Society OR WRT210 Writing for Publication
CLT209 Media and Culture
LIT224 Children’s Literature: Fantasy and Realism OR LIT214 Australian Literature OR WRT301 Life Writing
LIT301 Modernism OR LIT303 English Novel: Austen-Lawrence


For a secondary teaching area of Modern History, students complete the following:

Core primary discipline subjects (7 subjects)
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
LIT101 Language and Text
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society
MTH100 Foundation Mathematics
MTH110 The Evolution of Mathematics
SCI102 Experiencing Science

Core secondary discipline subjects (7 subjects)
HST101 The Short Twentieth Century I
HST102 The Short Twentieth Century II
HST201 Colonial Australia
HST210 Media and Society in the Twentieth Century
HST213 Australian Civics and Citizenship OR HST204 Twentieth Century Australia OR HST214 Medieval World OR GEO164 Earth System Processes OR GEO303 Climatology
HST311 Philosophy of History
HST301 International History from 1945 OR HST308 Australia and Asia
 

For a secondary teaching area of Biology, students complete the following:

Core primary discipline subjects (5 subjects)
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
LIT101 Language and Text
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society
MTH105 Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101 Computer Aided Mathematics 1 with Applications#

Core secondary discipline subjects (9 subjects)
BIO100 Concepts of Biology
CHM104 Chemistry 1A OR PHY101 Mechanics and Thermal Physics
BIO112 Principles of Ecology
STA201 Scientific Statistics OR MTH102 Computer Aided Mathematics 2 with Applications#
BIO203 Animal Diversity
CHM107 Chemistry 1B OR PHY102 Electricity and Waves
BIO216 Conversation Biology
BIO312  Landscape Ecology OR BIO326 Vegetation and Disturbance Management
BIO328  Restoration Ecology

# Prerequisite for some level 3 Physics subjects.
 

For a secondary teaching area of Chemistry, students complete the following:

Core primary discipline subjects (5 subjects)
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
LIT101 Language and Text
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society
MTH105 Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101 Computer Aided Mathematics 1 with Applications#

Core secondary discipline subjects (9 subjects)
CHM104 Chemistry 1A
BIO100 Principles of Ecology OR PHY101 Mechanics and Thermal Physics
CHM107 Chemistry 1B
STA201 Scientific Statistics OR MTH102 Computer Aided Mathematics 2 with Applications#
CHM215 Inorganic Chemistry
BIO112 Principles of Ecology OR PHY102 Electricity and Waves
CHM213 Analytical Chemistry
CHM321 Laboratory Management Issues
CHM323 Instrumental Analysis 1

# Prerequisite for some level 3 Physics subjects.
 

For a secondary teaching area of Physics, students complete the following:

Core primary discipline subjects (5 subjects)
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
LIT101 Language and Text
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society
MTH101 Computer Aided Mathematics 1 with Applications

Core secondary discipline subjects (9 subjects)
PHY101 Mechanics and Thermal Physics
BIO100 Principles of Ecology OR CHM104 Chemistry 1A
PHY102 Electricity and Waves
MTH102 Computer Aided Mathematics 2 with Applications
PHY216 Modern Physics
BIO112 Principles of Ecology OR CHM107 Chemistry 1B
PHY299 Introduction to Astronomy
PHY302 Quantum Mechanics OR PHY304 Relativity and Cosmology
PHY301 Astrophysics
 

CURRICULUM METHOD SUBJECTS (2 subjects related to secondary teaching area)
EMM441 Curriculum Method 1: Mathematics
EMM442 Curriculum Method 2: Mathematics
EML441 Curriculum Method 1: English
EML442 Curriculum Method 2: English
EMH441 Curriculum Method 1: Society and Environment
EMH442 Curriculum Method 2: Society and Environment
EMS441 Curriculum Method 1: Science
EMS442 Curriculum Method 2: Science
 

KEY SUBJECTS
Key subjects contain critical information that students must master in order to progress in their course.  Passing a key subject is one of the indicators of satisfactory academic progress in a course.  Student must pass key subjects at no more than two attempts.  Key subjects for the various strands of the Bachelor of Education (K-12) course are as follows:

All strands:
IKC200 Contemporary Indigenous Australian Realities

All strands except secondary English:
LIT101 Language and Text
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society

Secondary English strand:
LIT124 Children’s Literature: The Oral Tradition
LIT107 English Literature 1

All strands except Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics:
MTH100 Foundation Mathematics
MTH110 The Evolution of Mathematics

Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics strands:
MTH101 Computer-Aided Mathematics 1 with Applications
MTH105 Introductory Mathematics

SESSION 1 (February) commencement -

Year 1 - Session 1
[          ] Level 1 secondary discipline subject
LIT101 Language and Text OR LIT124 Children’s Literature: The Oral Tradition**
SCI102 Experiencing Science ## OR BIO100 Concepts of Biology OR CHM104 Chemistry IA OR PHY101 Mechanics and Thermal Physics
MTH100 Foundation Mathematics## OR MTH105 Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101 Computer Aided Mathematics 1 with Applications#

Year 1 - Session 2
[          ] Level 1 or Level 2 secondary discipline subject
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society OR LIT221 Creative Writing**
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
MTH110 The Evolution of Mathematics## OR STA201 Scientific Statistics OR MTH102 Computer Aided Mathematics 2 with Applications#

Year 1 - Session 3
EEB106 Community Cultural Education Program (0 points)
IKC200 Contemporary Indigenous Australian Realities
EMM209 Mathematics: Content and Pedagogy

Year 2 - Session 1
[          ] Level 2 secondary discipline subject
[          ] Level 1 or Level 2 secondary discipline subject
EMA117 The Creative Arts: The Creative Process
EPT127 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Early Years of Learning

Year 2 - Session 2
EPT125 Child Development: Foundation to Year 6
EPT218 Student Learning & Engagement
[          ] Level 2 secondary discipline subject
[          ] Level 3 secondary discipline subject

Year 2 - Session 3
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement
EMA210 Teaching and Assessing the Creative Arts

Year 3 - Session 1
EPT329 Working within the Community
EEA202 Managing the Classroom Environment
[          ] Curriculum Method 1 for secondary teaching area (EML441 or EMH441 or EMM441 or EMS441)
[          ] Level 3 secondary discipline subject

Year 3 - Session 2
EED308 Adolescence & Learning
EEP306 Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EML306 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Primary Years
[          ] Curriculum Method 2 for secondary teaching area(EML442 or EMH442 or EMM442 or EMS442)

Year 3 - Session 3
ESC407 Classroom Technology
EMR207 PDHPE Curriculum and Pedagogy OR EMR408 PDHPE Curriculum and Pedagogy*

Year 4 - Session 1
EMS207 Science and Technology Curriculum Studies OR EMS406 Science and Technology Curriculum Studies*
ESS419 Principles of Inclusive Education
ELN402 Literacy Strategies for Learning
EPT436 Transition to the Teaching Profession

Year 4 - Session 2
EEE405 Assessment and Reporting
EPT330 Professional Knowledge & Practice Teaching
EMM410 Mathematics in the Primary Years
EMH205 HSIE: Teaching About People, Places and the Past OR EMH419 Curriculum Studies: Society & Environment*
 

SESSION 2 (July) commencement -

Year 1 - Session 2
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society OR LIT221 Creative Writing**
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories
MTH110 The Evolution of Mathematics## OR STA201 Scientific Statistics

Year 1 - Session 3
EEB106 Community Cultural Education Program
IKC200 Contemporary Indigenous Australian Realities
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement

Year 2 - Session 1
[          ] Level 1 secondary discipline subject
LIT101 Language and Text OR LIT124 Children’s Literature: The Oral Tradition**
SCI102 Experiencing Science## OR BIO100 Concepts of Biology OR CHM104 Chemistry IA OR PHY101 Mechanics and Thermal Physics
MTH100 Foundation Mathematics## OR MTH105 Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101 Computer Aided Mathematics 1 with Applications#

Year 2 - Session 2
EPT125 Child Development: Foundation to Year 6
EPT218 Student Learning & Engagement
[          ] Level 1 or Level 2 secondary discipline subject
EMM209 Mathematics: Content and Pedagogy

Year 2 - Session 3
EMR207 PDHPE Curriculum and Pedagogy OR EMR408 PDHPE Curriculum and Pedagogy*

Year 3 - Session 1
[          ] Level 2 secondary discipline subject
[          ] Level 1 or Level 2 secondary discipline subject
EMA117 The Creative Arts: The Creative Process
EPT127 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Early Years of Learning

Year 3 - Session 2
EML306 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Primary Years
EMH205 HSIE: Teaching About People, Places and the Past OR EMH419 Curriculum Studies: Society & Environment*
[          ] Level 2 secondary discipline subject
[          ] Level 3 secondary discipline subject

Year 3 - Session 3
EMA210 Teaching and Assessing the Creative Arts

Year 4 - Session 1
EMS207 Science and Technology Curriculum Studies OR EMS406 Science and Technology Curriculum Studies*
EPT329 Working within the Community
EEA202 Managing the Classroom Environment
[          ] Curriculum Method 1 for secondary teaching area (EML441 or EMH441 or EMM441 or EMS441)
[          ] Level 3 secondary discipline subject

Year 4 - Session 2
EED308 Adolescence & Learning
EEP306 Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
[          ] Curriculum Method 2 for secondary teaching area (EML442 or EMH442 or EMM442 or EMS442)
EPT330 Professional Knowledge & Practice Teaching
EMM410 Mathematics in the Primary Years

Year 4 - Session 3
ESC407 Classroom Technologies

Year 5 - Session 1
ESS419 Principles of Inclusive Education
ELN402 Literacy Strategies for Learning
EPT436 Transition to the Teaching Profession
EEE405 Assessment and Reporting
 

SESSION 3 (November) commencement -

Year 1 - Session 3
EHR101 Sociocultural Foundations of Human Movement

Year 2 - Session 1
[          ] Level 1 secondary discipline subject
LIT101 Language and Text OR LIT124 Children’s Literature: The Oral Tradition**
SCI102 Experiencing Science## OR BIO100 Concepts of Biology OR CHM104 Chemistry IA OR PHY101 Mechanics and Thermal Physics
MTH100 Foundation Mathematics## OR MTH105 Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101 Computer Aided Mathematics 1 with Applications#

Year 2 - Session 2
[          ] Level 1 or Level 2 secondary discipline subject
LIT114 Literature, Culture and Society OR LIT221 Creative Writing**
MTH110 The Evolution of Mathematics## OR STA201 Scientific Statistics OR MTH102 Computer Aided Mathematics 2 with Applications#
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories

Year 2 - Session 3
EEB106 Community Cultural Education Program
IKC200 Contemporary Indigenous Australian Realities
EMM209 Mathematics: Content and Pedagogy

Year 3 - Session 1
[          ] Level 2 secondary discipline subject
[          ] Level 1 or Level 2 secondary discipline subject
EMA117 The Creative Arts: The Creative Process
EPT127 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Early Years of Learning

Year 3 - Session 2
EPT125 Child Development: Foundation to Year 6
EPT218 Student Learning & Engagement
[          ] Level 2 secondary discipline subject
[          ] Level 3 secondary discipline subject

Year 3 - Session 3
EMA210 Teaching and Assessing the Creative Arts

Year 4 - Session 1
EPT329 Working within the Community
EEA202 Managing the Classroom Environment
[          ] Curriculum Method 1 for secondary teaching area (EML441 or EMH441 or EMM441 or EMS441)
[          ] Level 3 secondary discipline subject

Year 4 - Session 2
EED308 Adolescence & Learning
EEP306 Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
[          ] Curriculum Method 2 for secondary teaching area (EML442 or EMH442 or EMM442 or EMS442)
EML306 English Curriculum: Pedagogies in the Primary Years

Year 4 - Session 3
ESC407 Classroom Technologies
EMR207 PDHPE Curriculum and Pedagogy OR EMR408 PDHPE Curriculum and Pedagogy*

Year 5 - Session 1
ESS419 Principles of Inclusive Education
ELN402 Literacy Strategies for Learning
EPT436 Transition to the Teaching Profession
EMS207 Science and Technology Curriculum Studies OR EMS406 Science and Technology Curriculum Studies*

Year 5 - Session 2
EPT330 Professional Knowledge & Practice Teaching
EMM410 Mathematics in the Primary Years
EEE405 Assessment and Reporting
EMH205 HSIE: Teaching About People, Places and the Past OR EMH419 Curriculum Studies: Society & Environment*

* Students have a choice dependant on subject availability.
** English major only.
# Required if completing a mathematics major or some level 3 Physics subjects.

## English, Business Studies, and Modern History majors only.

Graduation requirements

As a CSU student, throughout your course you have a responsibility to continue to develop skills in English language, literacy and numeracy as appropriate to your discipline. This ongoing development will enable you to effectively participate in your course and graduate prepared to enter the workforce.

Minimum Graduation Requirements

Students must complete 304 subject points of study.

Additional Graduation Requirements

Nil

Support

Finishing high school this year? Taking a few years off to find out what you really want to do in life? Need to attend classes from anywhere in the world?

When you study with CSU, we’ll be with you all the way, helping you develop your study and academic skills in person, online or over the phone. Whatever your situation, Student Central is your first point of call as a CSU student. Our friendly support team can answer all your questions, whether you are studying on campus or online.

When you study with CSU, we’ll be with you all the way, helping you develop your study and academic skills in person, online or over the phone. Whatever your situation, Student Central is your first point of call as a CSU student. Our friendly support team can answer all your questions, whether you are studying on campus or online.

When it comes to postgraduate study, we understand that having the right kind of support is key to your success. You’ll enjoy flexible learning that allows you to fit study into your life, at a time that suits you. Our team are only a phone call or email away and you can even use our online chat for any questions you may have. We can also help you connect with scholarships, grants, loans, and assistance that can make further study affordable. At CSU, we’re with you every step of the way.

As a HDR candidate, we recognise you’ll need specialised support to help you achieve your research goals. Our dedicated Research Office is your central point of contact for researchers and supervisors. CSU also has a number of Research Support Services designed to support researchers, supervisors and HDR candidates across their research endeavours and careers. Academic and personal support is available including Indigenous services, international support, counselling, disability services, equity and diversity, health information, spiritual support, mentoring, child care support, professional development and more.

Prospective Higher Degree by Research candidates may apply for a scholarship to cover their tuition fees, living costs and research costs. Please visit the CSU Higher Degree by Research Scholarships for more information. The main round of Australian Government funded Research Training Program scholarships is normally open for applications in September and October each year.

We have a wide range of scholarships available to help you with the costs of studying at CSU. There are scholarships based on academic performance or your personal circumstances. Other scholarships and grants cover specific costs like accommodation and textbooks, and some offer funds that you can use in any way to enhance your university experience. Find a scholarship to suit your needs and apply now.

Indigenous students can access the Indigenous Academic Success Program (IASP). This free program is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled at CSU. It gives you one-on-one access to tutors to help you with your assessments and prepare you for exams.

International students

Gain an internationally recognised qualification with CSU at one of our vibrant regional campuses, or study online from the comfort of your own home - anywhere in the world!

You can also study accounting, business and information technology courses at a CSU Study Centre in Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney.

Browse through the tabs below for more information or visit our International website to discover more about an Australian university experience like no other.

Please note: if you choose to study online with CSU, the course study mode will not meet necessary requirements for granting Australian student visas.

There are minimum Academic and English Language requirements for admission to CSU courses. These requirements ensure that our students have the best chance for success. Minimum requirements can vary from country to country, so please take some time to review our entry requirements  before starting your application. If you cannot find the requirements for your country please contact us.

At CSU, we understand that you are making a financial investment in your future and we want to make sure that you receive the best value for money for your education. That’s why our students enjoy more affordable course tuition fees than other Australian universities, while still receiving a high standard of education.

Tuition fees are set for the duration of your course and don’t go up each year.

CSU Alumni receive a discount on fee-paying postgraduate courses – so if you study your bachelor’s degree with us, and decide to continue your studies at CSU, you could save 10 per cent off your postgraduate tuition.

Please note: whether you study on campus or online, textbooks and other items that you may be required to purchase during your study are not included in the tuition fees.

More information on tuition and other fees.

More information on fees for on-campus study in Australia.

Aside from course tuition fees, all students who choose to study on campus incur other fees such as accommodation, Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF), Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and other living expenses.

If you choose to study online, some subjects may require you to attend compulsory residential schools in Australia. Residential schools are held on campus in Australia for up to five days during certain sessions.

Please check the residential schools tab in the Course highlights section above (or your offer of admission if your application is successful) for more information on which subjects may have a residential school component.

Online courses for international students do not meet the requirement for an Australian Student Visa, therefore you will need to check that you can obtain an appropriate visa for any residential school session. For more information about visas, visit the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection. More information about residential schools can be found on our Future Students Hub.

CSU campuses offer a uniquely Australian living experience. Most of our campuses have accommodation on-site with many of the buildings nestled among gum trees with native wildlife like kangaroos and kookaburras sharing the space. Off-campus accommodation options can also be arranged.

Few universities in Australia can match the range of accommodation available at CSU’s campuses. Campus life offers all the facilities of a small village with community spirit, helping you to meet lots of new friends while living in a safe and secure environment.

Find out more about CSU’s accommodation options.

Whether you choose to study online or on campus, our international support services can make all the difference. From managing visa requirements to study support, and career advice, we’ve got you covered and our friendly staff will help make your university experience one you will never forget.

At CSU, we work with trained international recruitment agents in more than 40 countries to help you find the course and study option that is right for you. Our agents can assist you to apply for study either on campus in Australia or online. Depending on your country of citizenship you may be required to apply to CSU via an agent. Visit our International agents page for more information.

How to apply

Applying to CSU is easy. Choose how you want to apply below, or get in touch with CSU and we can help you with your application.

Universities Admissions Centre
(UAC)

Are you a school leaver wanting to study on campus?

Important dates

30 Sep 2017
UAC on time applications close

Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre
(VTAC)

Want to study at Albury-Wodonga Campus and don’t live in NSW or ACT?

Important dates

16 Jan 2018
VTAC first round offers released

Charles Sturt University
(CSU)

Are you a non-school leaver or do you want to study online?

Important dates

10 Nov 2017
2017 Session 3 Final date for late applications

1 Dec 2017
2018 Session 1 Late Application date

23 Feb 2018
2018 Session 2 Applications open

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Apply direct to CSU

Are you a non-school leaver or do you want to study online?

Important dates

10 Nov 2017
2017 Session 3 Final date for late applications

1 Dec 2017
2018 Session 1 Late Application date

23 Feb 2018
2018 Session 2 Applications open

Check the full list of application dates open_in_new

Apply anytime

Applications for our research degrees can be lodged at any time. Before applying, you should make contact with the appropriate Sub-Dean of Graduate Studies.

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