Master of Educational Leadership and Management
Course code/s: Melbourne (EDMELC)
|Course/Discipline Coordinator||Dr Martha Kamara|
|Available to International Students||Yes|
|Course Duration||2 years full-time, or part-time equivalent|
|Credit Points||240 points|
|Leave of Absence Available|
Current students: ASK La Trobe
Prospective students: Future Students
The course is designed for aspiring educational leaders and those interested in understanding more about management and leadership within educational contexts. The focus is on improving knowledge and understanding by relating theory and best practice to participants own contexts and situations, thus enabling development of the skills and competencies necessary to refine and improve practice.
Participants in the program come from a range of educational settings including higher education, TAFEs, as well as primary and secondary schools within Australia and overseas. International and comparative perspectives on organisations form a particular focus of the program.
Applicants with a three year Bachelor’s degree or equivalent tertiary qualification are eligible for entry to the full 240 credit point program consisting of 120 credit points of fourth-year level Education subjects and 120 credit points from the course structure below.
Applicants with a four-year teaching qualification, an Honours degree, or a relevant graduate diploma from a recognised university or institution are eligible for advanced standing entry to a 120 credit point program.
The 240 credit point program may be taken over two years full-time or three to six years part-time.
Students must not exceed 60 credit points per semester.
Applicants with a relevant fourth-year qualification receive 120 credit points of advanced standing and take a 120 credit point program over one year full-time or two to three years part-time.
The course is available by all coursework or a combination of coursework and a minor thesis.
Note: LTU0AIM is a not-for-credit subject that students are required to complete at the commencement of their first semester. The subject is designed to enhance students' knowledge and awareness of issues concerning academic integrity.
Semester 1 or
|Research Methods in Education (30 cps) (WK 10-25 or WK 37-52)||Subject from List B (15 cps)||Subject from List B (15 cps)|
|Up to 30 credit points from List A||Subject from List B (15 cps)||Subject from List B (15 cps)|
WK = Week
*Subject run at night
|EDU5IEP (S2) International Education Policy and Management (30 credit points)|
|EDU5LTB (S1) Leadership and Team Building|
|EDU5MOC (WK) Managing Organisational Change|
S1 = Semester 1, S2 = Semester 2, WK = Weeks 20-21
|EDU5LDI (WK1) Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion|
|EDU5BSP (S1) Building Strategic Organisational Partnerships (30 credit points)|
|EDU4CDD (WK2) Curriculum Development and Design|
|EDU5GE (S2) Gender and Education|
|EDU5PP (WK3) Pedagogical Principles and Practice|
|EDU5PCL (S2) Critical Perspectives in Curriculum Leadership|
|EDU5MTA (S1) Minor Thesis A# (30 cps)|
|EDU5MTB (S2) Minor Thesis B# (30 cps)|
|EDU5MTH (S1 or S2) Minor Thesis# (60 cps)|
S1 = Semester 1, S2 = Semester 2, WK1 = Weeks 32-38, WK2 = Weeks 30-40, WK3 = Week 3, # The minor thesis may be taken part-time over one year or full-time over one semester.
Some subjects may not be available.
Classes with less than 20 students may not run.