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Monash University Handbook 2011 Undergraduate - Area of Study

All areas of study information should be read in conjunction with the relevant course entry in the Handbook. The units listed for this area of study relate only to the 'Requirements' outlined in the Faculty of Education component of any bachelors double degrees.

Managing facultyFaculty of Education


  • Students with a recognised degree or equivalent diploma may apply to undertake 1737 Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary). Some units in the Clayton-based Education degrees require on-campus study at Peninsula or Caulfield campuses. For details, refer to the relevant course entry.


A double degree with the Bachelor of Education - Secondary combines specific studies with the theory and practice of secondary teaching. The education degree provides a comprehensive knowledge of the theoretical foundations of education, curriculum studies and provides practical experiences. Students complete professional placements in schools and other appropriate settings, including opportunities to gain overseas or remote practical experiences.


Students undertaking a double degree with the Bachelor of Education - Secondary complete all of the following units in the education component. For details of the non-education component of the double degree refer to the 'Requirements' section of the relevant course entry in the University Handbook.

First-year level

  • EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1
  • EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2

Second year

  • EDF2004 Curriculum inquiry
  • EDF2005 Professional responsibilities, practice and relationships

Third year

  • EDF3006 Adolescent development and learning
  • EDF3007 Mediating the world of learning
  • EDF3008 Researching educational practices
  • EDF3009 Schooling: local - global

Fourth year

Relevant Courses


Double degrees