Bachelor of Education – Double Degrees

Notre Dame values its role as a leading contributor to the vocation of teaching. The teaching programs are designed to produce well educated, ‘industry ready’ graduates who will find suitable and satisfying employment in a wide range of school systems.

It is a well known fact that employers value graduates who have a broad education encompassing more than one specific area of study.

A feature of the courses at The University of Notre Dame Australia is the availability of double degree programs. By extending their course, students are given the opportunity to complete a double degree, gaining two qualifications in a much shorter time and at considerably lower cost than separate completion would allow.

Bachelor of Education double degrees are available in three disciplines: Early Childhood Education (ECE), Primary (Prim) and Secondary (Sec).



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Course Bachelor of Education – Double degrees
Duration 5 yrs full-time or equivalent part-time
Practicum 1280 hrs
Recommended
Year 12 Subjects
Tertiary entrance level English and Mathematics
Loan SchemeHECS-HELP/FEE-HELP
Campus Fremantle
Study Mode Full-time, part-time
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Outline of Studies
Notre Dame values its role as a leading contributor to the vocation of teaching. The teaching programs are designed to produce well educated, ‘industry ready’ graduates who will find suitable and satisfying employment in a wide range of school systems.

While preparing students for all school systems, a unique feature of the Notre Dame teaching degree is the opportunity to attain full accreditation to teach Religious Education in Catholic schools. This Accreditation is built into the degree for those who wish to acquire it.
Accreditation
Completion of a Bachelor of Education degree is recognised by the Western Australian College of Teaching for registration into the profession.
Career Opportunities
Notre Dame’s Education graduates gain valuable skills and knowledge, making them very attractive to potential employers in the various school systems.