This research, thesis-based specialisation expands knowledge to above that of the specialisation attained at the graduate diploma level, and advances skills in educational research and evaluation. Graduates are expected to be able to plan and conduct research, development or evaluation projects with a degree of initiative, independence and resourcefulness.
Specifically, applicants require a relevant degree with a semester weighted average (SWA) of 70 per cent or better or an equivalent qualification. Applicants with a SWA of less than 70 per cent are required to undertake appropriate bridging units. Selection is based on academic performance, the potential to undertake research, professional references and an interview.
You can apply until:
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
Teaching and learning awards, grants, scholarships and fellowships are designed to offer opportunities for Curtin staff to be recognised and acknowledged for their teaching practices and outstanding contributions to student learning. Staff can receive recognition through awards granted on a Faculty, University and National level. A variety of grants are also offered through the Australian Government’s Office for Learning and Teaching and by Curtin.
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