Education and Arts - D3002
Feed your curiosity, broaden your career options and inspire the next generation of young minds. At Monash, that’s what we offer (and more) with a double degree in Education and Arts.
Breaking down this degree
This course leads to two separate degrees. Depending on your specialisation, you’ll graduate with a Bachelor of Arts and either the:
- Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education
- Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education
Specialise in primary education and you’ll be able to teach across the school curriculum, with particular expertise in one or two fields. Specialise in secondary education and you’ll qualify as a subject specialist teacher in two secondary areas.
What you’ll be learning
This degree paves the way to some fascinating areas of study across the arts, humanities and social sciences.
With all kinds of majors and minors to choose from, you could delve into history, politics, music, human rights, linguistics, economics or any other area you’re especially interested in.
Combined with your education studies, you’ll learn how to be an innovative and effective teacher, with the capacity to bring out the best in young people.
Look ahead to an exciting career
Our graduates go on to become leading teachers. Beyond this, they also make an impact on the world stage, contributing to public debate, policy development and community action.
With this double degree, you might be surprised by the range of career options on the table, particularly in areas such as publishing, editing and writing, community program development and education journalism.
About registration and accreditation
Here’s what you need to know:
- All primary and secondary education specialisations are accredited by the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) using national accreditation standards.
- This means your qualification will be accepted in Victoria and all other Australian states and territories.
At a glance
|English||Maths||Sciences / Other|
|This course is equivalent to 4.25 years of full-time study and offered only in accelerated mode to complete in 4 years.|
|First Semester (February)|