What will I study?
Designed to provide a holistic and in-depth understanding of the concept of student wellbeing, this specialisation is ideal for practitioners working across the education sector.
Covering the history of Student Wellbeing in schools through to intervention, positive psychology and integrated approaches to wellbeing in schools and communities, this specialisation will help you develop advanced interpersonal helping skills relevant for a variety of educational settings.
You will gain the knowledge and skills to lead and advocate for change, enhance your capacity to work in groups, manage conflict and build strong school, home and community partnerships.
Specialisation subjects are:
- Relationship Skills for Educators 1
- Student Wellbeing: Current Approaches
- Interpersonal and Group Processes
- Leading Change for Student Wellbeing
For detailed course and subject information, see the University Handbook: Master of Education.
The Master of Education may be undertaken through either:
- full-time study, comprising four semesters over two years, or
- part-time study, comprising up to eight semesters over four years.
On campus (evenings and weekends)
Semester 1, Semester 2
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