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The Dual degree program, Bachelor of Media Arts Bachelor of Education (Secondary) is a 4 year program (192 UOC) for intending secondary school teachers. The program is a nationally accredited pre-service qualification.

The program enables students to pursue a teaching specialisation in Graphics and Multimedia Technology, as well as a second teaching specialisation in Visual Arts. The program covers both theoretical and practical aspects of education, including 80 days supervised professional experience in at least two different secondary schools.
Faculty Faculty of Art & Design

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Campus

Paddington, Kensington

Study Level

Undergraduate

Typical duration

4 Years

Intake Period

Term 1, Term 3

Academic Calendar

3+ Calendar

Minimum Units of Credit

192

Award(s)

Bachelor of Media Arts - BMA

Bachelor of Education (Secondary) - BEd (Secondary)

UAC Code

422142

CRICOS Code

097997C

Stand Alone Programs

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Double Degree Structure

Students must complete 192 UOC.

Bachelor of Education (96 UOC):
1. Education Core (66 UOC)
2. Prescribed Education method electives (24 UOC)
3. Prescribed Education elective (6 UOC)

Bachelor of Media Arts (Honours) (96 UOC)
1. 42 UOC in Core Courses
2. 36 UOC in Media Arts Disciplinary Studios
3. 18 UOC in Theory/Professional Practice courses

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Level 3 Core Courses

4056 - Education (Secondary)

Level 3 Core Courses description.

You must take 18 UOC of the following courses:

Level 4 Core Courses

4056 - Education (Secondary)

Level 4 Core Courses description.

You must take 18 UOC of the following courses.

Please note that EDST6765 cannot be studied concurrently with another course.

Prescribed Education Methods

4056 - Education (Secondary)

Prescribed Education Methods description.

You must take four single method courses in two areas of specialisation (24 UOC), taking 12 UOC per term. The specialisations are:

4076 Sci/Ed (Sec) - Science, Physics, Earth & Environmental Science, Geography, Chemistry, Biology, Chemistry/Biology, Mathematics, Extension Mathematics

4063 Fine Arts/Ed (Sec) – Visual Arts, Visual Arts Extension

4064 Media Arts/Ed (Sec) - Graphics & Multimedia Technology, Visual Arts

4066 Design/Ed (Sec) - Graphics & Multimedia Technology, Visual Arts, Extension Visual Arts

3462 Comm/Ed (Sec) & 4058 Econ/Ed (Sec) - Business Studies, Economics

Prescribed Education Methods

4064 - Media Arts / Education (Secondary)

The Prescribed Education Methods comprise:
- EDST6775 Visual Arts Method 1 (6 UOC)
- EDST6776 Visual Arts Method 2 (6 UOC)
- EDST6771 Graphics and Multimedia Technology Method 1 (6 UOC)
- EDST6772 Graphics and Multimedia Technology Method 2 (6 UOC)

Media Arts Disciplinary Studios

4813 - Media Arts

Students must complete 36 UOC in approved disciplinary studio courses which must include 12 UOC at introductory level, 12 UOC at intermediate level and 12 UOC at advanced level from the studio courses below.

Students must take 2 sequences, as set out below, of 18 UOC each.

- DART1210 Animation 1, DART2210 Animation 2, DART2211 Animation 3 (total 18 UOC)
- DART1220 Visual Effects 1, DART2220 Visual Effects 2, DART2221 Visual Effects 3 (total 18 UOC)
- DART1230 Moving Image 1, DART2230 Moving Image 2, DART2231 Moving Image 3 (total 18 UOC)
- DART1240 Sound 1, DART2240 Sound 2, DART2241 Sound 3 (total 18 UOC)
- DART1250 Interactive Media 1, DART2250 Interactive Media 2, DART2251 Interactive Media 3 (total 18 UOC)

Eligibility requirements for Professional Experience

4056 - Education (Secondary)

The following programs require students to follow prescribed program plans in order to meet eligibility requirements for professional experience: 3462 Commerce/Education, 4076 Science/Education, 4058 Economics/Education, 3446 Music/Education, 4063 Fine Arts/Education, 4064 Design/Education, 4066 Media Arts/Education. Refer to the relevant Sample Program.

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Program Fees

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