Where will this take me?
Graduates who complete Stream A will be qualified as Special Education teachers. Through Stream A, you'll gain the skills to diagnose, implement effective learning interventions to optimise learning and promote inclusive education in primary and secondary schools.
Allied health practitioners, early childhood educators and international students who complete Stream B will graduate with enhanced understanding and skills in learning intervention, preparing them to become leaders in inclusive education and positive behaviour and learning.
There are several courses that, upon successful completion, provide the opportunity to gain credit towards the Master of Learning Intervention. Courses include:
- Graduate Certificate in Education (Specific Learning Difficulties) – possible 50 points of credit
- Graduate Certificate in Learning Intervention – possible 50 points of credit
- Professional Certificate in Education (Positive Behaviour and Learning) – possible 25 points of credit
Through your education studies, teaching placements and research projects, you will develop strong professional and personal connections with community and industry that will open doors to an outstanding future.