What will I study?


You will learn through our clinical model of education which is unique in Australia. Connecting with our latest research you will become skilled in assessing individual student abilities and being able to adapt your teaching to support the needs of each student in your classroom as they grow and develop over time.

Your studies will include an introduction to student wellbeing and engagement; practical application of skills in managing the class and engaging students; theoretical perspectives relevant to secondary education; provision for students with disabilities; and school based legislative and policy contexts.

Study structure

The Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship is comprised of 13 subjects worth 200 points of study. The course is taken over two years of full-time study and is structured around four study intensives, supplemented by academic study conducted across the year online.

Also available: Master of Teaching (Secondary)

University Handbook: Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship

Learning areas

As a student in our renowned Internship program, you’ll teach subject areas directly related to your previous studies.

In partnership with the Victorian Government, the Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship program is designed to help schools address workforce shortages. The availability of learning areas is subject to school vacancies and the selection and matching process. The following learning areas are available:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • English
  • Environmental Science
  • History
  • Humanities
  • Humanities Additional
  • Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Science
  • Visual Arts and Design A
  • Visual Arts and Design B

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