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Graduate Certificate in University Teaching
To ensure the ongoing quality of the student learning experience, The University of Notre Dame Australia is committed to the participation by academic staff in the Graduate Certificate in University Teaching. The focus of the course is on enhancing the knowledge and skill of individuals who teach in the higher education context.
|Course||Graduate Certificate in University Teaching|
|Duration||0.5 yrs full-time or equivalent part-time|
|A Bachelors degree unspecified discipline area|
|Campus||Fremantle (also available at Sydney)|
|Study Mode||Full-time, Part-time|
The Graduate Certificate in University Teaching aims to provide participants with:
The Graduate Certificate in University Teaching course requires the successful completion of four units; three of these units are compulsory and there is a choice of two electives. Where there is interest, the completion of all five units is allowed.
To be eligible for entry into the Graduate Certificate in University Teaching an applicant must have, as a minimum qualification, a recognised Bachelor degree in an unspecified discipline area.