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Graduate Certificate

Melbourne
This course is for graduate teachers who need accreditation to teach religious education in Catholic schools.
Entry Requirements

An applicant must also comply with the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.

To be eligible for admission to the course, an applicant must have completed a Bachelor degree or accredited diploma or equivalent.

*Disclaimer: The Course entry requirements above are for 2020 Admission.

Duration
1 year full-time

Masters (Coursework)

Strathfield, Melbourne
This is the combination of the Master of Teaching (Primary) and the Graduate Certificate in Religious Education.
Entry Requirements

An applicant must also comply with the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.

To be eligible for admission to the course, an applicant must:

  1. have successfully completed a Bachelor degree or equivalent qualification, with subject content studies equivalent to one year full-time study in one or more learning areas of the primary school curriculum1 ;
  2. demonstrate suitability for teaching as evidenced by completion of an assessment available in the relevant State at the time of application.

International applicants need to meet the English Language Proficiency requirements as defined in the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.

Any applicants who completed a Bachelor degree outside Australia should review the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy to determine if they are required to meet additional English Language Proficiency requirements for entry into the course.

Any applicant who completed a Bachelor degree outside Australia intending to seek teacher registration in Australia should check with state registration bodies to confirm English Language Proficiency requirements for teacher registration.

*Disclaimer: The Course entry requirements above are for 2020 Admission.


1 In Queensland, for entry to Primary programs, the prior undergraduate degree must include at least 8 semester units of discipline studies relevant to at least 2 of the Primary learning areas (institutions should give preference to applicants with studies in Mathematics, English and Science)
Duration
2.25 years full-time

Masters (Coursework)

Melbourne
The Master of Psychology (Ed and Dev) degree at ACU is a two year postgraduate course consisting of academic coursework, practical training in assessment, diagnosis and intervention, lifespan perspective, and completion of a research project.
Entry Requirements

An applicant must also comply with the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.

International applicants need to meet the English Language Proficiency requirements as defined in the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.

To be eligible for admission to the course, an applicant must have completed the following prerequisites:

    1. a Bachelor degree with honours in an accredited psychology course with minimum of IIA Honours completed in the last 10 years; OR
    2. a Bachelor degree with accredited four year major study in Psychology completed in the last 10 years;
      OR
    1. a Bachelor degree with accredited three year major study in psychology and satisfactory completion of an additional year of accredited study in psychology, or equivalent, with an overall mark equivalent to IIA Honours completed in the last 10 years; OR
    2. qualifications and experience assessed as equivalent by the selection committee;
      AND
  1. demonstrated suitability to undertake the course as evidenced by satisfactory:
    1. academic referee report;
    2. professional referee report; AND
    3. for short-listed candidates, interview with the selection committee;
      AND
  2. be eligible for registration with the Psychology Board of Australia as a conditional/provisional psychologist.

*Disclaimer: The Course entry requirements above are for 2020 Admission.

Duration
2 years full-time

Masters (Coursework)

Armidale
The University of New England is committed to maintaining its strong research culture, underpinned by high research training standards. The Master of Philosophy Rules provide the framework for one of the University's AQF Level 9 awards.
Entry Requirements

1.1. Admission to candidature in any Master of Philosophy program may be approved by the Head of School or delegate (for example Higher Degree Research (HDR) Coordinator) under the oversight of the Associate Dean Research (ADR) when the School:

(a) has certified it has the necessary facilities and appropriate support for the applicant undertaking the proposed Master of Philosophy (MPhil) program; and

(b) has nominated an appropriate Principal Supervisor and Co-supervisor(s) in accordance with Rule 5.

1.2. The Head of School or delegate (for example HDR Coordinator) under the oversight of the ADR may admit to candidature in a MPhil program an applicant who:

(a) has a degree of Bachelor with at least second-class Honours (AQF Level 8) or equivalent in an appropriate field of study; or

(b) has a degree at AQF Level 7 or equivalent and has adequate relevant preparation since graduation. Adequate relevant preparation may be gained by an approved academic course, professional training, during an occupation or through peer reviewed publications; and

(c) has completed and had approved by the relevant School officers an MPhil research proposal.

1.3 All applicants must meet the UNE's English Language Requirements for Admission Rule.

Master of Philosophy programs- specific requirements

1.4 Master of Philosophy (Innovation)

In addition to meeting the requirements for entry to the Master of Philosophy program, to be admitted into candidature in the Master of Philosophy (Innovation), an applicant must:

(a) fulfill both academic requirements for entry into an MPhil, and the industry/profession requirements, outlined below;

(b) have a minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in an industry or profession; and

(c) demonstrate successful undertaking of prior contextualised research activity in a relevant profession/industry. Such research activity could include previous research surrounding the development and implementation of new knowledge; policy research; market research; research association with commercialisation activities; action research; workplace evaluations; evaluation of new knowledge and/or innovation adoption; change management; monitoring and evaluation; and/or any other evidence of research and development capacity deemed sufficient and relevant by the PhD.I Coordinator.

1.4.1 All candidates will complete the MPhil (Innovation) in two phases. Phase 1: completion of the Research Learning Program, which much be completed prior to commencement of Phase 2: the Innovation project Portfolio. Progression to Phase 2 is contingent on successful completion of Phase 1, as demonstrated through Confirmation of Candidature.

1.4.2 Projects can only be undertaken in areas for which UNE can provide appropriate supervision and resources to support the project.

1.5 Master of Philosophy (Creative Practice)

Projects for this course must include two components:

i. a creative work; and

ii. a written exegesis

1.5.1 Primary Supervision is based in the School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Co-supervision can be from across UNE and industry.

1.5.2 Projects can only be undertaken in creative areas for which UNE can provide appropriate supervision and resources to support the project.

1.5.3 An applicant must demonstrate that they have successfully undertaken prior contextualised research activity/experience in a relevant area of creative practice.

Duration
1.5 - 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time
Study Mode
In person, Online

Doctorate (PhD)

Armidale
The University of New England is committed to maintaining its strong research culture, underpinned by high research training standards. The University Doctor of Philosophy Rules provides the framework for the University's highest level award.
Entry Requirements

All applicants must meet the requirements for all Higher Degrees by Research as stated in the English Language Requirements Higher than the University Minimum Requirements Annex to the University's English Language Requirements for Admission Rule.

1. Admission to candidature in the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) (PhD(ClinPsych)) may be approved by the Committee only when the Head of School has:

(a) certified that the necessary facilities and appropriate support for the applicant undertaking the proposed PhD program are available; and

(b) norminated an appropriate Principal Supervisor and Co-supervisor(s) in accordance with Rule 5.

2. The Committee may, on the recommendation of the relevant Head of School, admited to candidature into the course for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) (PhD(ClinPsych)) an applicant who:

(a) has a degree of Bachelor with at least upper second class honours (AQF Level 8) accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council; and

(b) has completed the first year of the Master of Psychology (Clinical) course work component at distinction level; and

(c) has completed and had approved by the Committee a PhD research proposal.

All applicants must meet the University's English Language Requirements for Admission Rule.

Duration
4 years full-time, 8 years part-time
Study Mode
In person, Online

Doctorate (PhD)

Armidale
The University of New England is committed to maintaining its strong research culture, underpinned by high research training standards. The University Doctor of Philosophy Rules provide the framework for the University's highest level award.
Entry Requirements

1.1. Admission to candidature in any doctoral program may be approved by the Head of School or delegate (for example Higher Degree Research (HDR) Coordinator) under the oversight of the Associate Dean Research (ADR) when the School:(a) has certified it has the necessary facilities and appropriate support for the applicant undertaking the proposed PhD program; and

(b) has nominated an appropriate Principal Supervisor and Co-supervisor(s) in accordance with Rule 5.

1.2. The Head of School or delegate (for example HDR Coordinator) under the oversight of the ADR may admit to candidature in a doctoral program an applicant who: (a) has a degree of Master (AQF Level 9) with at least a 25% research component undertaken at a sufficiently high standard, or equivalent; or

(b) has a degree of Bachelor with at least upper second class Honours (AQF Level 8), or equivalent; or

(c) has a degree at AQF Level 8 or AQF Level 9 and had adequate research preparation since graduation. Adequate research preparation may be gained by an approved academic course, professional training, during an occupation or through peer reviewed publications; or

(d) has previously undertaken work of sufficiently high standard towards a higher degree by research (AQF Level 9 or equivalent) at UNE but not submitted it for any degree; and

(e) has produced documented evidence of capacity to undertake work at the PhD level; and (including any requirements for Doctor of Philosophy (Innovation) and Doctor of Philosophy (Creative Practice));

(f) has completed an appropriate research proposal for the doctoral program for which they are applying (see further below)

1.3 Upgrade from research Master to Doctoral program.

HDR candidates may apply to the Graduate Research Committee to upgrade from a research Masters program (AQF Level 9) as stated in Rule 1.2(d) to a doctoral program by providing the following:

(a) evidence of refereed research publications or reviews of at least two thesis chapters, or equivalent component of a portfolio or creative work.

(b) the reviews shall be carried out by two reviewers, one who may be internal and one who must be external to UNE. Each reviewer should have a doctoral degree or equivalent.

(c) any application for an upgrade with evidence attached must be endorsed by the Principal Supervisor and Head of School or delegate (for example HDR Coordinator) under the oversight of the ADR and forwarded to Research Services, after confirmation of candidature or equivalent with sufficient candidature left to continue on into the PhD.

1.4 The time of candidature in the Masters program will be deducted from the candidature of the doctoral program. For example, for domestic candidates, if six months has been undertaken in the Masters program, then thirty months will remain for the doctoral program.

1.5 All applicants must meet the UNE?s English Language Requirements for Admission Rule.

Doctoral programs- specific requirements

1.6 Doctor of Philosophy (Innovation)

In addition to meeting the requirements for entry to UNE Doctoral Programs, to be admitted into candidature in the Doctor of Philosophy (Innovation) (PhD. I) an applicant must:

(a) fulfill both academic and industry/profession requirements;

(b) have a minimum of five (5) years relevant experience in an industry/profession; and

(c) wherever possible, but mandatory in cases where criteria in Rule 1.2 has not been met, demonstrate he/she has successfully undertaken prior contextualised research activity in a relevant industry/profession at the equivalent of Masters level. Such demonstrated prior contextualised research could include previous research surrounding the development and implementation of new knowledge; policy research; market research; research association with commercialisation activities; action research; workplace evaluations; evaluation of new knowledge and/or innovation adoption; change management, monitoring and evaluation; and/or any other evidence of research and development capacity deemed sufficient and relevant by the PhD. I Coordinator.

1.6.1. International candidates will need to reside in Australia during the first 12 months of candidature while they complete the PhD.I Research Learning Program. The following three (3) years of candidature they will return to and reside in the country where their Innovation project and Innovation project Portfolio research is being conducted. Candidates are required to return to Australia for intervals of time sufficient to complete their portfolio as agreed between the candidate, supervisors and Head of School or delegate (for example HDR Coordinator) under the oversight of the ADR.

1.6.2. All candidates will complete the PhD.I in two phases. Phase 1: the PhD.I Research Learning Program, which must be completed prior to commencement of Phase 2: the Innovation project Portfolio. Progression to Phase 2 is contingent on successful completion of Phase 1, as demonstrated through Confirmation of Candidature.

1.7 Doctor of Philosophy (Creative Practice)

Projects for this course must include two components:

i. A creative work

ii. A written exegesis

1.7.1 Primary Supervision is based in the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, co-supervision can be from across UNE and industry.

1.7.2 Projects can only be undertaken in creative areas for which UNE can provide appropriate supervision and resources to support the project.

1.7.3 An applicant must demonstrate he/she has successfully undertaken prior contextualised research activity in a relevant area of creative practice at the equivalent of research Masters level, and has appropriate skills and knowledge to undertake work in this field at PhD level.

Duration
3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
Study Mode
In person, Online

Masters (Coursework)

Armidale
The Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying) provides graduates with the theoretical and practical skills required to work as a professional social worker, an occupation that the Australian government predicts will continue to experience very...
Entry Requirements

1. A candidate shall hold an AQF Level 7 three year undergraduate degree in a discipline other than social work from a recognised university, which includes the equivalent of one year of full-time study, 48 credit points (8 units or equivalent) in any Social Science Discipline as defined by the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. In other words, the 48 credit points may include units in courses such as Accounting, Anthropology, Economics, Education, Geography, History, Law, Linguistics, Marketing, Management, Political Science, Social Medicine, Sociology, Statistics, etc.

2. Candidates who have not completed one year of study of social science units but have completed a health / allied health or physical science degree should complete:

(a) at least 6 credit points (1 unit or equivalent) of studies in Sociology; and

(b) at least 6 credit points (1 unit or equivalent) of studies in Social Policy.

Such candidates may be permitted to enrol and complete the pre-requisite units concurrently while enrolling in the approved units for the Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying).

3. Where a candidate holds an international qualification in social work that does not meet the Australian Association of Social Workers eligibility for membership, admission may be sought to the degree through permission from the Social Work Course Coordinator. However, the candidate will be individually responsible for contacting the Australian Association of Social Workers regarding eligibility for membership based on their individual circumstances.

4. Applicants must meet the University's English Language Requirements for Admission Rule.

 

Duration
2 years full-time, 6 years part-time
Study Mode
In person, Online

Masters (Coursework)

Armidale
This course will train Psychology graduates and registered, experienced Psychologists in the professional specialisation of clinical psychology.
Entry Requirements

A candidate shall:

(a) hold an AQF Level 8 four-year Bachelor honours, or AQF Level 7 three-year Bachelor plus an AQF Level 8 fourth-year Bachelor honours or Graduate Diploma, in an Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC)-accredited sequence in Psychology at the level of at least second class division one honours or equivalent obtained within the preceding 10 years. An exception to the 10-year rule may be made for currently registered psychologists who can demonstrate current compliance with the Psychology Board of Australia continuing professional development requirements; and be eligible for Provisional Registration with the Psychology Board of Australia; and completion and provision of the following:

1. Working with Children Check;

2. National Police Certificate; and

3. Provisional registration with the Psychology Board of Australia.

or

(b) hold an AQF Level 9 Master of Professional Psychology from the University of New England (or have completed all the units in that course except PSYC531) in addition to satisfying the requirements of rule (a); or

(c) hold General Registration with the Psychology Board of Australia without conditions for a minimum of 12 months; have completed a minimum of 12 months practice in the role of psychologist with General Registration, and can provide documentary evidence of this in the form of a letter from an employer(s); in addition to satisfying the requirements of Rule (a) (with the exception of the requirement for eligibility for Provisional Registration).

Please note: Places in the Master of Psychology (Clinical) are limited, because of this, applications are ranked: first for an offer of Interview, then again for a place in the program. Final offers are based on interview performance, academic record and referee reports. Failure to receive an invitation to interview or offer of candidature in the program does not indicate a determination of lack of suitability for postgraduate professional psychology training but, instead, reflects the high standard of applications UNE receives each year.

Due to the high number of applications to our professional psychology programs, the University of New England does not provide individual feedback on applications or interview performance.

Duration
2 years full-time, 6 years part-time
Study Mode
In person, Online