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School of Education Teaching Program Information leaflet

School of Education Teaching Program Information leaflet

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If you want to become a seconary school teacher, or get into another field of teaching, the University of Adelaide's Bachelor of Teaching degree is for you. This leaflet contains information on specific undergraduate programs, study plans, listings of courses, combined degree information, career pathways and admission requirements to the University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia. The Bachelor of Teaching double degree program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The double degree provides students with the opportunity to pursue education courses from the beginning of their university studies.

If you want to become a seconary school teacher, or get into another field of teaching, the University of Adelaide's Bachelor of Teaching degree is for you. This leaflet contains information on specific undergraduate programs, study plans, listings of courses, combined degree information, career pathways and admission requirements to the University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia. The Bachelor of Teaching double degree program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The double degree provides students with the opportunity to pursue education courses from the beginning of their university studies.

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM GUIDE

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The School of Education, in the Faculty of the Professions at the University of Adelaide, provides innovative learning experiences for students and professional teachers, trainers and educational consultants who wish to develop or strengthen their expertise.
The Bachelor of Teaching double degree program prepares you for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools, and is also suitable if you intend to work with adult learners. It provides you with the opportunity to pursue education courses from the beginning of your university studies. The major course sequences are taken as part of the chosen academic program in the subject area of the student’s choice. Each year students also take education courses designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses include observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies, organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools. And in each year you’ll also take education courses designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice.

Undergraduate Degrees
• achelor of Teaching with B Bachelor of Arts • achelor of Teaching with B Bachelor of Economics • achelor of Teaching with Bachelor of B Mathematical and Computer Sciences • achelor of Teaching with B Bachelor of Science

Student Support
The First Year Learning Centre
Located on the Ground Floor of the Nexus10 building at 10 Pulteney Street, this purpose built facility is free and exclusive to first year students studying programs in Business and Economics.

Your Experience
Your Experience promotes enhanced student interaction and support, with the opportunity to engage with industry links, student organisations and professional bodies. The program has been developed to give students the power to maximise their experience at university while paving the way for their future professional career. The program has been carefully constructed to take into account milestones from commencement to graduation.

proved my most valuable resource. They nurtured a positive approach to learning that left me with the tools to confidently tackle any professional challenge i could face.
Lyndon Parham Education graduate

“ not my textbooks, but rather my lecturers and colleagues ”

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Bachelor of Teaching wiTh Bachelor of arTs

www.ua.edu.au/degrees
teaching + arts

A minor sequence consists of courses taken over two consecutive years of study (6 x 3 unit courses). The major and minor subject sequences are taken as part of the Bachelor of Arts program in the subject areas of the student’s choice. In each of these years students also take education courses designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses include observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies which are organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools.

Professional Accreditation
The double degree program provides a professional qualification that is recognised for teacher registration purposes in South Australia. In most cases the qualification is portable to other states and overseas countries.

SATAC code: 324351 2012 ATAR cut-off: 75 2012 IB cut-off: 25 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Location: North Terrace campus

Areas of Specialisation
The Bachelor of Teaching double degree program with the Bachelor of Arts is designed for students who wish to become secondary school teachers in the following teaching areas: • English • History • eography G • anguages* (Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese, L French, German, Spanish, Italian, Modern Greek, ESL) • tudies of Society and Environment S (Australian Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, History, Geography, Politics, Gender) • Business Studies** • Economics** • Psychology* Bachelor of Teaching Graduates are required to have two teaching specialisations in which they are qualified to teach.
* Students who intend to teach Psychology or a language should seek advice from the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences. ** A Major in Economics, International Business, Management or Marketing must be in addition to a first Humanities and Social Sciences Major.

Why study the Bachelor of Teaching with the Bachelor of Arts?
The Bachelor of Teaching program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The program is offered as a double degree only and is designed for students who are beginning tertiary study. The primary focus in the first three years of the degree is on completing a major and minor sequence in two different subject areas usually taught at senior secondary level. A major sequence consists of courses taken over three consecutive years of study (8 x 3 unit courses).

What careers can the Bachelor of Teaching / Bachelor of Arts double degree lead to?
The Bachelor of Teaching program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The teaching program is recognised by education departments in all states of Australia and by most teacher-employing authorities overseas. There are job opportunities for graduates in most subjects, particularly in country areas.

Program Structure
The double degree provides students with the opportunity to pursue education courses from the beginning of their university studies. The primary focus in the first three years is on undertaking study in the two discipline areas in which the student intends to teach. This study generally includes courses taken at Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the degree program. These courses are taken as part of the degree program that accompanies the Bachelor of Teaching in the subject areas of the student’s choice. In each of the first three years, students also take an education course designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses involve observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies and is commenced after the other degree is completed. This year is organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice, one in the Adelaide metropolitan area, the other in country South Australia. The Bachelor of Teaching is designed primarily for students who have not already commenced university study. Students who have commenced a degree should consider completing their degree and then applying for the Graduate Diploma in Education.

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STUDY PLAN
Please refer to the Majors, Minors and Approved Electives for the list of courses to take for your first and second teachable specialisations: www.hss.adelaide.edu.au/ug/majorselectives Students wanting to major in Psychology: please contact the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences for enrolment advice. Detailed study plans can also be downloaded from the Professions Undergraduate Hub website: www.adelaide.edu.au/professions/hub/ug All Core courses and Curriculum and Methodology courses are full-year courses. Students must enrol in Part 1 in Semester 1 and Part 2 in Semester 2, in the same year. You are required to complete a minimum of 3 x 3 unit Curriculum and Methodology Courses.

semester 2 Core Courses: • Education, Culture & Diversity Part 2 • Student Teacher Interaction Part 2 • Curriculum, Assessment and Learning Part 2 Professional Experience: • Teaching Practice Part II Curriculum & Methodology Part 2: • Choose three courses from the list below

Indonesian Curriculum and Methodology Italian Curriculum and Methodology Japanese Curriculum and Methodology Spanish Curriculum and Methodology Modern Greek Curriculum and Methodology vietnamese Curriculum and Methodology Other Languages Curriculum and Methodology esl English as a Second Language Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Languages Education for TESOL Mathematics Junior Mathematics Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Senior Mathematics Curriculum and Methodology information Technology Information Technology Curriculum and Methodology science Junior Science Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Biology Curriculum and Methodology Chemistry Curriculum and Methodology Physics Curriculum and Methodology Psychology Psychology Curriculum and Methodology general Students are only permitted to undertake one of the following courses: Adult Learner Curriculum and Methodology Alternative Curricula Extended Specialist Curriculum

CURRICULUm & mEThoDoLoGY CoURSES
Business Accounting Curriculum and Methodology Business Studies Curriculum and Methodology english General English Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Senior English Curriculum and Methodology humanities Studies of Society and Environment co-requisite for: Economics Curriculum and Methodology Geography Curriculum and Methodology History Curriculum and Methodology Music Classroom Music Curriculum and Methodology Instrumental Music Curriculum and Methodology languages Language Methodology co-requisite for: Chinese Curriculum and Methodology French Curriculum and Methodology German Curriculum and Methodology

LEvEL I Core Courses: • Schools and Policy • Primary School Interaction 2 x courses in first teachable specialisation: major 2 x courses in second teachable specialisation: minor 2 x Level I courses from Humanities and Social Sciences LEvEL II Core Courses: • Issues in Contemporary Education • Professional Practice and Research 3 x courses in first teachable specialisation: major 2 x courses in second teachable specialisation: minor 1 x Advanced Level or Level II course from Humanities and Social Sciences LEvEL III Core Courses: • Secondary School Interaction • Reflective Practice (Elective) OR one Level III or Advanced Level Humanities and Social Sciences course 3 x courses in first teachable specialisation: major 2 x courses in second teachable specialisation: minor 1 x Advanced Level or Level III courses from Humanities and Social Sciences LEvEL Iv semester 1 Core Courses: • Education, Culture & Diversity Part 1 • Student Teacher Interaction Part 1 • Curriculum, Assessment and Learning Part 1 Professional Experience: • Teaching Practice Part I Curriculum & Methodology Part 1: • Choose three courses from the list below

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Bachelor of Teaching wiTh Bachelor of econoMics

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The first and third year education courses include observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies that are organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools.

• anguages (Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese, L French, German, Spanish, Italian, Modern Greek, ESL) • tudies of Society and Environment S (Australian Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, History, Geography, Politics, Gender,) • Accounting • Business Studies • Psychology • Biology • Chemistry • Physics • Mathematics Bachelor of Teaching graduates are required to have two teaching specialisations in which they are qualified to teach.

SATAC code: 324361 2012 ATAR cut-off: 73.05 2012 IB cut-off: 25 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Location: North Terrace campus

What careers can the Bachelor of Teaching / Bachelor of Economics double degree lead to?
The Bachelor of Teaching program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The teaching program is recognised by education departments in all states of Australia and by most teacher-employing authorities overseas. There are job opportunities for graduates in most subjects, particularly in country areas.

Why study the Bachelor of Teaching with the Bachelor of Economics?
The Bachelor of Teaching degree program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The program is offered as a double degree only and is designed for students who are beginning tertiary study. The primary focus in the first three years of the degree is on completing a major sequence in two different subject areas usually taught at senior secondary level. A major sequence consists of courses taken over three consecutive years of study. Six semesters of study in a subject area is the general requirement for teaching a subject up to Year 12 level. The major subject sequences are taken as part of the Bachelor of Economics program in the subject areas of the student’s choice. In each of these years students also take education courses designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice.

Professional Accreditation
The double degree program provides a professional qualification that is recognised for teacher registration purposes in South Australia. In most cases the qualification is portable to other states and overseas countries.

Program Structure
The double degree provides students with the opportunity to pursue education courses from the beginning of their university studies. The primary focus in the first three years is on undertaking study in the two discipline areas in which the student intends to teach. This study generally includes courses taken at Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the degree program. These courses are taken as part of the degree program that accompanies the Bachelor of Teaching in the subject areas of the student’s choice. In each of the first three years, students also take an education course designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses involve observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up

Areas of Specialisation
The Bachelor of Teaching double degree program with the Bachelor of Economics is designed for students who wish to become secondary school teachers in Economics and another one of the following teaching areas: • English • History • Geography

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entirely with education studies and is commenced after the other degree is completed. This year is organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools, one in the Adelaide metropolitan area, the other in country South Australia. The Bachelor of Teaching is designed primarily for students who have not already commenced university study. Students who have commenced a degree should consider completing their degree and then applying for the Graduate Diploma in Education.

SchOLaRShiPS
The University of Adelaide has a generous scholarship program for both commencing and continuing undergraduate and honours students. The University’s Scholarships website is a comprehensive resource containing details about the University’s scholarships as well as the wide variety of other scholarships that are offered by government, industry, private donors and not-for-profit organisations. Scholarships are listed under a number of categories including: scholarships for students in financial need; students from rural, regional or remote areas; and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. It is strongly recommended that you look through the full range of available scholarships, as you may be eligible for scholarships in various categories. Further information about scholarships on offer and how to apply can be obtained from the website (www.adelaide.edu.au/ scholarships), the University Contact Centre (refer to the back of this guide for contact details), and Hub Central (when on campus).

STUDY PLAN
Detailed study plans can be downloaded from the Professions Undergraduate Hub website: www.adelaide.edu.au/professions/hub/ug All Core courses and Curriculum and Methodology courses are full-year courses. Students must enrol in Part 1 in Semester 1 and Part 2 in Semester 2, in the same year. You are required to complete a minimum of 3 x 3 unit Curriculum and Methodology Courses.

www.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships

LEvEL I Schools and Policy Primary School Interaction All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Economics LEvEL II Issues in Contemporary Education Professional Practice and Research All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Economics LEvEL III Reflective Practice (Elective) Secondary School Interaction All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Economics LEvEL Iv semester 1 Core Courses: • Education, Culture & Diversity Part 1 • Student Teacher Interaction Part 1 • Curriculum, Assessment and Learning Part 1 Professional Experience: • Teaching Practice Part I Curriculum & Methodology Part 1: • Choose three courses from the list below semester 2 Core Courses: • Education, Culture & Diversity Part 2 • Student Teacher Interaction Part 2 • Curriculum, Assessment and Learning Part 2 Professional Experience: • Teaching Practice Part II Curriculum & Methodology Part 2: • Choose three courses from the list below

CURRICULUm & mEThoDoLoGY CoURSES
Business Accounting Curriculum and Methodology Business Studies Curriculum and Methodology english General English Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Senior English Curriculum and Methodology humanities Studies of Society and Environment co-requisite for: Economics Curriculum and Methodology Geography Curriculum and Methodology History Curriculum and Methodology Music Classroom Music Curriculum and Methodology Instrumental Music Curriculum and Methodology languages Language Methodology co-requisite for: Chinese Curriculum and Methodology French Curriculum and Methodology German Curriculum and Methodology Indonesian Curriculum and Methodology Italian Curriculum and Methodology Japanese Curriculum and Methodology Spanish Curriculum and Methodology Modern Greek Curriculum and Methodology vietnamese Curriculum and Methodology Other Languages Curriculum and Methodology

esl English as a Second Language Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Languages Education for TESOL Mathematics Junior Mathematics Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Senior Mathematics Curriculum and Methodology Information Technology Information Technology Curriculum and Methodology science Junior Science Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Biology Curriculum and Methodology Chemistry Curriculum and Methodology Physics Curriculum and Methodology Psychology Psychology Curriculum and Methodology general Students are only permitted to undertake one of the following courses: Adult Learner Curriculum and Methodology Alternative Curricula Extended Specialist Curriculum

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Bachelor of Teaching wiTh Bachelor of MaTheMaTical and coMPuTer science

www.ua.edu.au/degrees
teaching + mathematical

The major subject sequences are taken as part of the Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Science program in the subject areas of the student’s choice. In each of these years students also take education courses designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses include observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies that are organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools.

Areas of Specialisation
The Bachelor of Teaching double degree program with the Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Science is designed for students who wish to become secondary school teachers in Mathematics and/or Information Technology and another one of the following teaching areas: • English • History • Geography • anguages (Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese, L French, German, Spanish, Italian, Modern Greek, ESL) • tudies of Society and Environment S (Australian Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, History, Geography, Politics, Gender,) • Accounting • Business Studies • Economics • Psychology • Biology • Chemistry • Physics. Bachelor of Teaching graduates are required to have two teaching specialisations in which they are qualified to teach.

SATAC code: 324371 2012 ATAR cut-off: 76.8 2012 IB cut-off: 26 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Location: North Terrace campus

Why study the Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Science?
The Bachelor of Teaching degree program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The program is offered as a double degree only and is designed for students who are beginning tertiary study. The primary focus in the first three years of the degree is on completing a major sequence in two different subject areas usually taught at senior secondary level. A major sequence consists of courses taken over three consecutive years of study. Six semesters of study in a subject area is the general requirement for teaching a subject up to Year 12 level.

What careers can the Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Science lead to?
The Bachelor of Teaching program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The teaching program is recognised by education departments in all states of Australia and by most teacher-employing authorities overseas. There are job opportunities for graduates in most subjects, particularly in country areas.

Professional Accreditation
The double degree program provides a professional qualification that is recognised for teacher registration purposes in South Australia. In most cases the qualification is portable to other states and overseas countries.

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Program Structure
The double degree provides students with the opportunity to pursue education courses from the beginning of their university studies. The primary focus in the first three years is on undertaking study in the two discipline areas in which the student intends to teach. This study generally includes courses taken at Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the degree program. These courses are taken as part of the degree program that accompanies the Bachelor of Teaching in the subject areas of the student’s choice. In each of the first three years, students also take an education course designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses involve observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies and is commenced after the other degree is completed. This year is organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools, one in the Adelaide metropolitan area, the other in country South Australia. The Bachelor of Teaching is designed primarily for students who have not already commenced university study. Students who have commenced a degree should consider completing their degree and then applying for the Graduate Diploma in Education.

LEvEL Iv semester 1 Core Courses: • Education, Culture & Diversity Part 1 (UG) 1.5 • Student Teacher Interaction Part 1 (UG) 1.5 • Curriculum, Assessment and Learning Part 1 (UG) 1.5 Professional Experience: • Teaching Practice Part I Curriculum & Methodology Part 1: • Choose three courses from the list below semester 2 Core Courses: • Education, Culture & Diversity Part 2 (UG) 1.5 • Student Teacher Interaction Part 2 (UG) 1.5 • Curriculum, Assessment and Learning Part 2 (UG) 1.5 Professional Experience: • Teaching Practice Part II Curriculum & Methodology Part 2: • Choose three courses from the list below

esl English as a Second Language Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Languages Education for TESOL Mathematics Junior Mathematics Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Senior Mathematics Curriculum and Methodology Information Technology Information Technology Curriculum and Methodology science Junior Science Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Biology Curriculum and Methodology Chemistry Curriculum and Methodology Physics Curriculum and Methodology Psychology Psychology Curriculum and Methodology general Students are only permitted to undertake one of the following courses: Adult Learner Curriculum and Methodology Alternative Curricula Extended Specialist Curriculum

CURRICULUm & mEThoDoLoGY CoURSES
Business Accounting Curriculum and Methodology Business Studies Curriculum and Methodology english General English Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Senior English Curriculum and Methodology humanities Studies of Society and Environment co-requisite for: Economics Curriculum and Methodology Geography Curriculum and Methodology History Curriculum and Methodology Music Classroom Music Curriculum and Methodology Instrumental Music Curriculum and Methodology languages

STUDY PLAN
Detailed study plans can be downloaded from the Professions Undergraduate Hub website: www.adelaide.edu.au/professions/hub/ug All Core courses and Curriculum and Methodology courses are full-year courses. Students must enrol in Part 1 in Semester 1 and Part 2 in Semester 2, in the same year. You are required to complete a minimum of 3 x 3 unit Curriculum and Methodology Courses.

LEvEL I Schools and Policy Primary School Interaction All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Science LEvEL II Issues in Contemporary Education Professional Practice and Research All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Science LEvEL III Reflective Practice (Research) Secondary School Interaction All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Science

Diploma in

LanguageS
Any student enrolled in an undergraduate program at the University can elect to study a language through the Diploma in Languages. You can start as a complete beginner or with more advanced knowledge, and choose from Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Modern Greek or Spanish. The Diploma extends your study by one year to fit the required three years of language study, and you graduate with awards in both your program and the Diploma in Languages. You will leave university with language expertise, in both your chosen language and English, communication skills and greater cultural insight. The Diploma in Languages is not available to international students.

Language Methodology co-requisite for: Chinese Curriculum and Methodology French Curriculum and Methodology German Curriculum and Methodology Indonesian Curriculum and Methodology Italian Curriculum and Methodology Japanese Curriculum and Methodology Spanish Curriculum and Methodology Modern Greek Curriculum and Methodology vietnamese Curriculum and Methodology Other Languages Curriculum and Methodology

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Bachelor of Teaching wiTh Bachelor of science

www.ua.edu.au/degrees
teaching + science

SATAC code: 324381 2012 ATAR cut-off: 71.85 2012 IB cut-off: 25 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Location: North Terrace campus

The primary focus in the first three years of the degree is on completing a major sequence in two different subject areas usually taught at senior secondary level. A major sequence consists of courses taken over three consecutive years of study. Six semesters of study in a subject area is the general requirement for teaching a subject up to Year 12 level.

Professional Accreditation
The double degree program provides a professional qualification that is recognised for teacher registration purposes in South Australia. In most cases the qualification is portable to other states and overseas countries.

Areas of Specialisation
The Bachelor of Teaching double degree program with the Bachelor of Science is designed for students who wish to become secondary school teachers in the following teaching areas: • Biology • Chemistry • Information Technology* • Mathematics* • Physics • Psychology.

What careers can the Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Science lead to?
The Bachelor of Teaching program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The teaching program is recognised by education departments in all states of Australia and by most teacheremploying authorities overseas. There are job opportunities for graduates in most subjects, particularly in country areas.

Why study the Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Science?
The Bachelor of Teaching degree program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The program is offered as a double degree only and is designed for students who are beginning tertiary study.

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Bachelor of Teaching graduates are required to have two teaching specialisations in which they are qualified to teach.
* Students who wish to major in Mathematics or Computer Science must also complete a major from the Faculty of Science.

LEvEL Iv semester 1 Core Courses: • Education, Culture & Diversity Part 1 • Student Teacher Interaction Part 1 • Curriculum, Assessment and Learning Part 1 (UG) 1.5 Professional Experience: • Teaching Practice Part I Curriculum and Methodology Part 1: • Choose three courses from the list below semester 2 Core Courses: • Education, Culture & Diversity Part 2 • Student Teacher Interaction Part 2 • Curriculum, Assessment and Learning Part 2 (UG) 1.5 Professional Experience: • Teaching Practice Part II Curriculum and Methodology Part 2: • Choose three courses from the list below

esl English as a Second Language Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Languages Education for TESOL Mathematics Junior Mathematics Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Senior Mathematics Curriculum and Methodology Information Technology Information Technology Curriculum and Methodology science Junior Science Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Biology Curriculum and Methodology Chemistry Curriculum and Methodology Physics Curriculum and Methodology Psychology Psychology Curriculum and Methodology general Students are only permitted to undertake one of the following courses: Adult Learner Curriculum and Methodology Alternative Curricula Extended Specialist Curriculum

Program Structure
The double degree provides students with the opportunity to pursue education courses from the beginning of their university studies. The primary focus in the first three years is on undertaking study in the two discipline areas in which the student intends to teach. This study generally includes courses taken at Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the degree program. These courses are taken as part of the degree program that accompanies the Bachelor of Teaching in the subject areas of the student’s choice. In each of the first three years, students also take an education course designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses involve observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies and is commenced after the other degree is completed. This year is organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools, one in the Adelaide metropolitan area, the other in country South Australia. The Bachelor of Teaching is designed primarily for students who have not already commenced university study. Students who have commenced a degree should consider completing their degree and then applying for the Graduate Diploma in Education.

CURRICULUm & mEThoDoLoGY CoURSES
Business Accounting Curriculum and Methodology Business Studies Curriculum and Methodology english General English Curriculum and Methodology co-requisite for: Senior English Curriculum and Methodology humanities Studies of Society and Environment co-requisite for: Economics Curriculum and Methodology Geography Curriculum and Methodology History Curriculum and Methodology Music Classroom Music Curriculum and Methodology Instrumental Music Curriculum and Methodology languages Language Methodology co-requisite for: Chinese Curriculum and Methodology French Curriculum and Methodology German Curriculum and Methodology Indonesian Curriculum and Methodology Italian Curriculum and Methodology Japanese Curriculum and Methodology Spanish Curriculum and Methodology Modern Greek Curriculum and Methodology vietnamese Curriculum and Methodology Other Languages Curriculum and Methodology

STUDY PLAN
All Core courses and Curriculum and Methodology courses are full-year courses. Students must enrol in Part 1 in Semester 1 and Part 2 in Semester 2, in the same year.

LEvEL I Schools and Policy Primary School Interaction All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Science LEvEL II Issues in Contemporary Education Professional Practice and Research All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Science LEvEL III Reflective Practice (Elective) Secondary School Interaction All other courses completed as part of Bachelor of Science

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Entry Pathways
School leavers/applicants with Year 12 qualifications
To be eligible to apply for a University of Adelaide program you must: • uccessfully complete the South Australian s Certificate of Education (SACE) or Recognised Studies • omplete any prerequisite subject requirements c for your chosen University degree • btain an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). o note: If eligible for use as a basis of admission, Year 12 results are acceptable regardless of the date undertaken.

VET qualifications
Successful completion of vET AQF Certificate Iv awards meet the minimum entry requirements for most Bachelor degree programs and diploma programs. Admission to a small number of Bachelor degrees requires the successful completion of a vET AQF diploma award. For more information, visit: www.adelaide.edu.au/ student/future/guide/ug/tafe For some University programs, credit transfer may also be available based on completed vET award studies. Refer to the Pathways from TAFE SA to the University of Adelaide guide or contact the relevant Faculty to which you are applying for more specific information on entry and provision of status for prior study.

Indigenous Access Scheme
Places are also available under the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Scheme for Indigenous Australian students who do not have a Year 12 qualification. For further information please contact Wilto Yerlo: Phone (freecall): 1800 651 763 Email: daniel.turner@adelaide.edu.au

overseas Qualifications
Overseas Year 12 and tertiary qualifications are assessed as part of the normal processing of applications by SATAC.

How to Apply
Application Process
Applications for admission to university are coordinated by the South Australian Tertiary Admission Centre (SATAC). Further information on applying is available online at: www.satac.edu.au/uniweb

Previous university study
Applicants who have completed at least half a year of higher education study may be considered on the basis of their tertiary academic record and/ or Year 12 results.

Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)
If you are over 18 (or will be 18 on February 1 of the year you commence studies) and have not done more than two years (full-time) tertiary study in the last two years you can apply for university entry by completing the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). Further information about the STAT is available at www.acer.edu.au/stat

SATAC Application Dates and Deadlines
Applications open ................................6 Aug 2012 Closing date ......................................28 Sept 2012 Change of preference deadline ........... 7 Jan 2013

International Student Applications
For further information on how to apply please visit www.international.adelaide.edu.au/apply

National Criminal history Check
Students must undergo a successful National Criminal History Check before entering a school for teaching practice and/or taking up a teaching position.

Deferring Your Studies
Study of all Bachelor of Teaching double degrees can be deferred for a period of two years following an offer of a place.

Fees and Costs
In 2012 student contributions for Commonwealth Supported students studying an equivalent full-time study load (EFTSL) were as follows. Band 1: Humanities, Behavioural Science, Clinical Psychology, Education, Foreign Languages, Nursing, Social Sciences, visual and Performing Arts $5,648 Band 2: Agriculture, Computing, Built Environment, Health, Engineering, Surveying Band 3: Law, Medicine, Accounting, Administration, Business, Commerce, Economics, Tourism National Priorities: Mathematics, Statistics, Science

$8,050

$9,425 $4,520

These fees are indicative only as actual charges are determined at the course level based on the area of teaching. fees may increase in 2013.

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hECS higher Education Loan Program (hECS-hELP)
HECS-HELP helps eligible Commonwealth Supported students to pay their student contribution. Further information on Commonwealth support and HECS-HELP is available at www.studyassist.gov.au

Non-contact time will be required for a range of activities which may include, but are not limited to, assessment tasks, reading, researching, notetaking, revision, writing, consultation with staff, and informal discussion with other students. While the relative proportion of contact and noncontact time may vary from course to course, as a guide, a full-time student would expect to spend, on average, a total of 48 hours per week on their studies during teaching periods. The workload for undergraduate programs is 24 units per year (full-time).

include: the Graduate Diploma of Education; the Professional Certificate of Education, Graduate Certificate in Education and Masters of Education for professional development; Higher Education and Online Education to develop expertise in a tertiary environment and, Masters of Research Studies, Doctor of Education and PhD for research education and education leadership.

Student Services & Amenities Fee
Students will be charged a Student Services & Amenities Fee (SSAF) to assist with the funding of student services and amenities at the university. In 2012 the SSAF amount for Full-Time students was $263, and for Part-Time students it was $197. Eligible students may defer this fee to an SA-HELP loan. Further information about the SSAF and SA-HELP is available on the Student Finance website at: www.adelaide.edu.au/student/finance/ssaf

About the School
The School of Education, in the Faculty of Professions at the University of Adelaide provides innovative learning experiences for students and professional teachers, trainers and educational consultants who wish to develop or strengthen their expertise. The School offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. These include: the Bachelor of Teaching (as a double degree) and Graduate Diploma for teacher education; the Professional Certificate of Education, Graduate Certificate in Education and Masters of Education for professional development; Higher Education and Online Education to develop expertise in a tertiary environment and, Masters of Research Studies, Doctor of Education and PhD for research education and education leadership.

Who to

if you have any questions

cOnTacT
The University Contact Centre takes all phone and online program enquiries. Our friendly and skilled staff will provide you with relevant information, or will put you in touch with Faculty/School staff for their expert advice. Alternatively, you can contact the Professions Student Support Hub for detailed information on our Teaching programs. Telephone:+61 8 8313 4755 Email: ughub@adelaide.edu.au Web: www.adelaide.edu.au/ professions/hub

Additional Costs
Students may be required to purchase specialist equipment/reading materials. It is advised you do not purchase any equipment until you have received your Faculty/School handbook, available during orientation. SATAC application procedures, including International students studying Australian Year 12.

Student Study Commitment
To successfully complete courses, students will need to allocate an appropriate time commitment to their study. In addition to the formal contact time required for each course (e.g. lectures, tutorials, teaching practicums) students will need to allocate non-contact time.

Further Studies
The School of Education offers a range of postgraduate and research degrees. These

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unDeRgRaDuaTe PROgRaM guiDeS
archiTecTure, landscaPe archiTecTure and urBan design
Bachelor of Design Studies Honours degree of Bachelor of Design Studies Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Sports) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) Bachelor of Engineering (Pharmaceutical) Bachelor of Engineering (Software) Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) and Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) and Bachelor of Science (Physics) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Science (Geology & Geophysics) Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

arTs, huManiTies and social sciences
Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Social Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree of Bachelor of Development Studies Honours Degree of Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management Honours Degree of Bachelor of International Studies Honours Degree of Bachelor of Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Social Sciences with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts

Business and econoMics
Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance (International) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree of Bachelor of Economics Honours Degree of Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

coMPuTer science and inforMaTion Technology
Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced) Bachelor of Engineering (Software) Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Computer Science

denTisTry and oral healTh
Bachelor of Dental Surgery Bachelor of Oral Health Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science in Dentistry

engineering
Bachelor of Engineering (Architectural) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical—Minerals Processing) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical—Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) Bachelor of Engineering (Computational) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic—Avionics) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace)

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A list of all degrees and other programs included in our Undergraduate Program Guides.
healTh sciences
Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Health Sciences with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Social Sciences with Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Performance & Pedagogy) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Composition) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Music Education) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Musicology) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Popular Music & Creative Technologies) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Sonic Arts) Advanced Diploma in Aboriginal Studies in Music Diploma in Aboriginal Studies in Music Diploma in Instrumental Music Diploma in Music (Classical) Diploma in Music (Jazz) Diploma in Music (Sound Engineering) Certificate Iv in Music (Classical) Certificate IV in Music (Jazz) Certificate Iv in Music (Technology) Certificate III in Music

innovaTion and enTrePreneurshiP
Bachelor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

languages
Bachelor of Languages Diploma in Languages

law
Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Social Sciences

nursing
Bachelor of Nursing Honours Degree of Bachelor of Nursing

Psychology
Bachelor of Psychological Science Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)

sciences
Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences Bachelor of Food & Nutrition Science Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science (Advanced) Bachelor of Science (Animal Science) Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Bachelor of Science (EcoChemistry) Bachelor of Science (Evolutionary Biology) Bachelor of Science (Laser Physics & Technology) Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology) Bachelor of Science (Mineral Geoscience) Bachelor of Science (Molecular Biology) Bachelor of Science (Molecular & Drug Design) Bachelor of Science (Nanoscience & Materials) Bachelor of Science (Natural Resources) Bachelor of Science (Petroleum Geoscience) Bachelor of Science (Pre-veterinary) Bachelor of Science (Space Science & Astrophysics) Bachelor of viticulture & Oenology Honours Degree of Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Food & Nutrition Science Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science in High Performance Computational Physics Honours Degree of Bachelor of viticulture & Oenology

MarkeTing and Media
Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Media Honours Degree of Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of International Studies other degrees with Marketing • Bachelor of Arts: Major in Marketing • Bachelor of Media: Marketing specialisation

MaTheMaTical sciences
Bachelor of Engineering (Computational) Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced) Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Medicine
Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery Honours Degree of Bachelor of Medical Science

Music
Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) Bachelor of Music (Composition) Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance) Bachelor of Music (Music Education) Bachelor of Music (Musicology) Bachelor of Music (Performance & Pedagogy) Bachelor of Music (Popular Music & Creative Technologies) Bachelor of Music (Sonic Arts) Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Music

Teaching
Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Science Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Science

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Contact the University of Adelaide: University Contact Centre The University of Adelaide SA 5005, Australia Phone: (08) 8313 5208 Freecall (interstate/country): 1800 061 459 Fax: (08) 8313 4401 Online enquiries: www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries Facebook: www.facebook.com/uniofadelaide Twitter: @uniofadelaide
Disclaimer With the aim of continual improvement the University of Adelaide is committed to regular review of the programs and courses it offers to students. As a result the specific offerings available to students may vary from year to year. The most current information on available programs of study for specific degrees/ diplomas and related courses is available from www.ua.edu.au/degrees The University of Adelaide assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information provided by third parties. CRICOS Provider 00123M © The University of Adelaide Published April 2012
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