People with skills in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) are in demand across the globe. Preparing the next generation of competitive workers requires teachers who can inspire a love of STEM. Taught by science and education specialists, this course will provide you with the skills to become a qualified secondary teacher specialising in a science-related discipline, including maths. KEY FEATURES Our program is University wide, meaning you learn teaching subjects from experts in each key learning area. For example you'll learn science from our world-class science teachers and researchers. You'll be taught by academics who are also researching the latest approaches to teaching. Macquarie is a leader in educational research particularly in the areas of information and communication technology, and maths and science teaching. You'll participate in a comprehensive professional experience program. You don't need to achieve an HSC Band 5 result in 3 subjects (including English) to enter this course, you only need to meet the ATAR requirements to be considered. ACCREDITATION Graduates are eligible for accreditation to teach in government and non-government schools. This degree is recognised nationally and internationally by education providers. Accreditation had been applied for to meet anticipated new government policy requirements around entry to teacher education programs. SUITABLE FOR Those interested in becoming a secondary school teacher in a science-related discipline.This degree may also provide a foundation for other careers in associated fields such as educational adviser to government or other agencies, educational policy planner, educational researcher, training agency consultant, educator and trainer of adults. Career Opportunities A Macquarie course can set your dream career in motion. PROFESSIONS secondary teacher corporate educational services researcher educational adviser educator and trainer of adults educational planning and policy researcher/writer science-related education consultant
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||4 years|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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