Bachelor of Primary Education (STeM) Undergraduate Program By University of Canberra |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 301-350QS Subject Rankings

Tuitionfee

114,000 AUDTuition Fee/year

Main Subject Area

Education and TrainingMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

This exciting four-year degree allows you to gain a qualification as a primary school teacher with a specialisation in the innovative fields of science, mathematics and technologies. You’ll develop a comprehensive knowledge of the educational theories and teaching skills required in today’s primary school classrooms, as well as a solid understanding of the national primary school literacy and numeracy curriculum from Kindergarten to Year 6. On top of becoming a confident teacher of English, humanities and social sciences, and health and physical education for children aged five to 12, you’ll develop a focused comprehension of the in-demand subjects of science, technologies and maths. From year two of your studies, you’ll take a range of Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) units which are taught on-site in primary schools, culminating in a specific Science Education Internship in your final year. On completion of the course, you’ll be ready to take your passion for STeM and use it to create an imaginative and creative classroom from your first year of teaching onwards.

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

This exciting four-year degree allows you to gain a qualification as a primary school teacher with a specialisation in the innovative fields of science, mathematics and technologies. You’ll develop a comprehensive knowledge of the educational theories and teaching skills required in today’s primary school classrooms, as well as a solid understanding of the national primary school literacy and numeracy curriculum from Kindergarten to Year 6. On top of becoming a confident teacher of English, humanities and social sciences, and health and physical education for children aged five to 12, you’ll develop a focused comprehension of the in-demand subjects of science, technologies and maths. From year two of your studies, you’ll take a range of Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) units which are taught on-site in primary schools, culminating in a specific Science Education Internship in your final year. On completion of the course, you’ll be ready to take your passion for STeM and use it to create an imaginative and creative classroom from your first year of teaching onwards.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

102+
7+
191+
73+
11+
60+

Additional Admission Requirements: All applicants will be required to complete a written statement in response to questions designed to assess their suitability for the teaching profession. Applicants' responses to these questions must be deemed satisfactory for them to be admitted to this course. Students must obtain a Working with Vulnerable People Check.

Jan-2000

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

26,736 AUD
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International Students

114,000 AUD
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The University of Canberra is a young, vibrant and pragmatic university based in Canberra – Australia’s capital city. We’re a place where ideas are born, creativity is explored and opportunity is created.

Whether it’s fostering innovation, meeting health-care needs, solving environmental challenges or equipping the leaders of the future, our University is an embodiment of our city. Though our home is in Canberra, our global connections are deep and far reaching through our research, business connections, alumni networks and partnerships.

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