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									Faculty of Education
Entry Programs (International)
QC01 Accelerated Foundation
QC02 Standard Foundation
QC04 Extended Foundation
QC10 English for Academic Purposes for degree programs
QC10 English for Academic Purposes for Foundation and University Diploma Programs
QC20 General English
QC21 General English Extension
QC22 English for Tertiary Preparation
QC24 English For Academic Purposes Plus
Certificate
QC05 University Certificate In Tertiary Preparation
Bachelor Degree
ED26 Bachelor of Education (Inservice)
ED43 Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies
ED51 Bachelor of Education (Primary)
ED52 Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
ED53 Bachelor of Education (Preservice) (Early Childhood)
ED55 Bachelor of Education (Secondary) - Graduate Course
ED56 Bachelor of Education (Primary) - Graduate Course
ED57 Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) - Graduate Course
ED82 Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies
ED83 Bachelor of Early Childhood
ED84 Bachelor of Adult Education and Training
ED90 Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
ED91 Bachelor of Education (Primary)
ED92 Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
ED93 Bachelor of Education (Preservice Early Childhood)
ED95 Bachelor of Education (Secondary) Graduate Course
ED96 Bachelor of Education (Primary) Graduate Course
ED97 Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) Graduate Course
Bachelor Degree (Double)
IF73 Bachelor of Applied Science (in Human Movement Studies)/Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
IF82 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary)
IF84 Bachelor of Applied Science/Bachelor of Education (Primary)
IX01 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
IX02 Bachelor of Applied Science/Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
IX04 Bachelor of Applied Science (in Human Movement Studies)/ Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
IX07 Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) (Continuing Students Only)
IX11 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
IX12 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary)
IX14 Bachelor of Applied Science/Bachelor of Education (Primary)


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IX16 Bachelor of Creative Industries (Dance)/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) (Continuing Students
Only)
IX16 Bachelor of Creative Industries (Drama)/Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
IX16 Bachelor of Creative Industries (Visual Arts)/Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
IX21 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
KK33/ED38 Bachelor of Creative Industries (Drama)/Graduate Diploma in Education (Senior Years)
KK34/ED38 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance)/Graduate Diploma in Education (Senior Years)
KK34/ED38 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama)/Graduate Diploma in Education (Senior Years)
KK34/ED38 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts)/Graduate Diploma in Education (Senior Years)
KM32/ED38 Bachelor of Music/Graduate Diploma in Education (Senior Years)
Graduate Certificate
ED61 Graduate Certificate in Education
ED77 Graduate Certificate in Education (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages - TESOL)
IX97 Graduate Certificate in Research Commercialisation
Graduate Diploma
ED38 Graduate Diploma in Education
ED38 Graduate Diploma in Education (for International Students)
Masters Degree (Coursework)
ED09 Master of Learning Innovation
ED09 Master of Learning Innovation (Early Childhood Teaching)
ED09 Master of Learning Innovation (Teacher-Librarianship)
ED14 Master of Education (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages - TESOL)
ED78 Master of Education (Teaching English as a Foreign Language - TEFL)
ED79 Master of Education
IX20 Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental)
IX99 Master of Research and Development Management
Masters Degree (Research)
ED12 Master of Education (Research)
Doctoral
ED11 Doctor of Education
IF49 Doctor of Philosophy (Education)
Distance Learning
ED26 Bachelor of Education (Inservice)
ED38 Graduate Diploma in Education
ED83 Bachelor of Early Childhood
ED84 Bachelor of Adult Education and Training
ED93 Bachelor of Education (Preservice Early Childhood)
University wide unit sets
 Unit sets: Accounting, Economics and Finance
 Unit sets: Advertising, Integrated Marketing Communication, Logistics, Marketing and Public Relations
 Unit sets: Built Environment and Design
 Unit sets: Creative Industries
 Unit sets: Engineering


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Unit sets: Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management and Management
Unit sets: Natural Resource Sciences
Unit sets: Faculty of Health
Unit sets: Information Technology
Unit sets: International Business, Languages, and Tourism and Entertainment Marketing
Unit sets: International Exchange
Unit sets: International Studies
Unit sets: Justice and the Law
Unit sets: Mathematical Sciences
Unit sets: Multimedia and Technologies
Unit sets: Physical and Chemical Sciences
Unit sets: Science
Unit sets: Society and Culture
Unit sets: Urban Development and Construction




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   OVERVIEW                                                      Associate Professors:
                                                                 A. Healy, BSc(Hons) Melb., MEd(Res) Tas., PhD QUT
   Based at the Kelvin Grove campus, QUT's Faculty of            A.R. Hickling-Hudson, BA DipEd WI, GDMedia AFTRS
   Education offers an engaging learning environment and         Sydney, MA(Hist) HK, MEd WI, PhD Qld
   specialised knowledge to support students in their lifelong   C. Kapitzke, PhD James Cook
   learning journey. The Faculty is one of Australia's leading   J. Lidstone, CertEd BSci(Econ), AdvDipEd MA PhD Lond.
   education faculties, recognised for its international repu-
   tation, diverse range of expertise in education, lecturers    School of Early Childhood
   that maintain close links to educational practice, and out-   Head:
   standing success in research.                                 Professor A Farrell, DipT(EC) BKTC, BEdSt MEdSt PhD
                                                                 Qld
   The Faculty maintains close links with the profession and
   sees its professional community incorporating state, na-      Professors:
   tional and international educational organisations. Educa-    D.C. Berthelsen, BA(Hons) MAppPsych PhD QldS.
   tion staff are actively involved in projects and activities   Danby, DipT BCAE, BEdSt PhD Qld, MEd Loyola USA
   that improve the quality of education for diverse learners    S. Grieshaber, DipT MGCAE, BEd MEd Qld, PhD James
   both in Australia and overseas.                               Cook

   Education staff and students are enthusiastic researchers     Associate Professors:
   who receive competitive research grants and undertake a       J. Brownlee, DipT BCAE, BEd MCAE, MEd(Studies) PhD
   wide range of collaborative and contract research. In         Qld
   2008, the Faculty was the top-performing education fac-       School of Learning & Professional Studies
   ulty in Queensland for Australian Research Council            Acting Head: Associate Professor S. Carrington, Dip-
   (ARC) grants, receiving $1.95 million for six major educa-
                                                                 Teach Griff, BEd James Cook, PhD Qld
   tion research projects. The Faculty is one of only three
   universities to receive over $1 million in education fund-    Professors:
   ing, and is in the top two nationwide.                        V. Klenowski, BA BEdSt MPsychEd PhD Qld
                                                                 H. Pillay, DipEd BEd MA Fiji, MSci PhD NSW
   The Faculty welcomes students from many nations
   across the globe including students from Malaysia and         Associate Professors:
   Papua New Guinea. Due to our international reputation         B. Delahaye, BBus QIT, MBA Qld, PhD Griff
   and diverse expertise, we have attracted many groups of       L. Ehrich, DipT BEd MEdAdmin PhD QUT
   highly experienced educators from Vietnam, Hong Kong,
   China and Malaysia who complete professional develop-         School of Mathematics, Science and Technology
   ment courses delivered by our academic staff.                 Education
                                                                 Head: Professor K. Lee, DipE Vic, BA Monash, BEd
   Education graduates from QUT are highly employable            Melb, PGDipAcc Praham CAE, MEd PhD Melb
   throughout Australia and the world, with many pursuing
   rewarding careers and making a difference in Asia, the        Professors:
   United Kingdom, Canada and remote Australian Indige-          T.J. Cooper, BSc(Hons) DipEd PhD Adel
   nous communities.                                             L. English, DipT BEd MEd KGCAE, PhD Qld

   For more information on the Faculty of Education visit        Associate Professors:
   www.education.qut.edu.au                                      R. Nason, MEdSt Qld, PhD Deakin
                                                                 S. Ritchie, DipT KGCAE, BEd Qld, GradDipEdAdmin
   SENIOR STAFF                                                  MGCAE, GradDipScEd WAIT, MAppSc Curtin, PhD
   Faculty Office                                                James Cook
   Executive Dean: Professor W. Patton, BEd James Cook,          J. Watters, GradDipEd Canberra, BSci(Hons) Qld,
   BA(Hons) PhD Qld                                              MEd(Hons) NE, PhD Griff

   Assistant Dean (International and Engagement): Associ-        RESEARCH CENTRE
   ate Professor R.G. Elliott, BSc BEd(Hons) PhD Qld
                                                                 Centre for Learning Innovation
   Acting Assistant Dean (Research): Professor C. Diez-
                                                                 QUT’s Faculty of Education is one of Australia’s leading
   mann, DipT BEd NBCAE, MEd PhD QUT
                                                                 education faculties with outstanding success in research.
   Assistant Dean (Teaching and Learning): Associate Pro-        The Faculty’s research culture is driven by a commitment
   fessor N. Bahr, BA Flinders, BMus DipEd Adel., BEd            to innovation, enhancing educational professional prac-
   BCAE, AMusA AMEB, MEd PhD Qld, psc(r), MACE                   tice and engaging with real-world issues. The Faculty
                                                                 offers a range of postgraduate research programs: the
   Faculty Administration Manager: B. Zebergs                    Doctor of Philosophy, the Doctor of Education, and Mas-
   Professor: A. Luke, BA California, ProCert MA PhD             ter of Education (Research), with quality supervisors af-
   S.Fraser, Hon. PhD Rajabhat, Hon. D.Laws S.Fraser             filiated with our four schools:

   School of Cultural and Language Studies in                        Cultural and Language Studies in Education
   Education                                                         Early Childhood
   Head:                                                             Learning and Professional Studies
   Professor A. Patterson, DipEd BA BEd(Hons) PhD UWA                Mathematics, Science and Technology Education.

   Professor: K. Mallan, GDT-Lib KGCAE, DipT MGCAE,              The Faculty’s research agenda is the focus of the Centre
   GradDipT(Lib) BEdSt MEdSt Qld, PhD James Cook                 for Learning Innovation. The Centre manages research in
                                                                 the Faculty and is home to a critical mass of active re-



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   searchers, 180 doctoral students and 25 research mas-
   ters students. It provides support to staff and higher de-
   gree students who are engaged in research training, pub-
   lications, competitive research grants, and commercial
   research tenders. The Centre is committed to innovative
   and high-quality research directed towards:
       meeting educational needs in local, national and
       global contexts
       fostering positive social and economic change
       providing leadership across the full range of educa-
       tion professions
       developing innovative solutions to educational prob-
       lems
       conducting transdisciplinary and multidisciplinary
       research.

   The Centre is a leader in collaborative research with the
   education professions and an innovator in educational
   research both nationally and internationally. A variety of
   research is conducted with clusters of researchers focus-
   ing on:
       early years
       learning for professional futures
       literacies, curriculum and pedagogies
       mathematics curriculum.

   Other research interests in the Faculty include knowledge
   in science, engineering and technology; cognition and
   creativity; creative workforce; cultural transformations;
   development and disability; Indigenous capacity building;
   sustainability; and, the scholarship of teaching in higher
   education.
   Visit the Centre for Learning Innovation webpage for
   more information.




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                                                               CLN604      Globalisation and Educational Change
Master of Learning Innovation (ED09)
Year offered: 2009                                             CLN646      Learning Hubs
Admissions: Yes                                                CLN647      Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts
CRICOS code: 053490E
                                                               CLN650      Information-Learning Nexus
Course duration (full-time): 1 year
Course duration (part-time): 2 years                           EAN601      Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
Course duration (external): 1 year full-time or 2 years                    Early Childhood
part-time                                                      EAN603      Child Development in Context
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,120 (indicative)      EDN612      Conducting Innovative Educational Research
per semester
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,250               EAN614      Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)           EAN615      Mathematics in Early Childhood
Domestic Entry: February, July                                 EAN616      Language, Literacies and Communication in
International Entry: February, July                                        Early Childhood
Assumed knowledge: Assume technical access
                                                               EDN626      Learning And Teaching In Higher Education
Total credit points: 96
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48              EDN627      Contexts And Issues In Higher Education
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24              EDN629      Online Design: Implications for Learning
Course coordinator: A/Prof John Lidstone
                                                               EDN630      Curriculum Design, Assessment and
Campus: Internet and Kelvin Grove                                          Evaluation in Higher Education
FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS ONLY                                   EDN635      Field Studies in Early Childhood
No further intake from 2009, please refer to the Master of     INN533      Information Organisation
Education ED79. In 2009 it will be offered as the Master of    MDN642      Digital Pedagogies
Education with a variety of majors:
                                                               MDN643      Digital Perspectives
Teacher-Librarianship                                          SPN651      Introductory Educational Counselling
Early Childhood Teaching                                       SPN610      Advanced Educational Counselling
School Guidance and Counselling
                                                               SPN611      Educational Guidance Counselling:
Career Development                                                         Professional Practice
Leadership and Management
Higher Education                                               SPN612      Psychoeducational Assessment
Early Years                                                    SPN618      Career Development and Professional Practice
Education Research: Theory and Practice                        SPN620      Career Counselling
ICT
Information-Learning Connections                               SPN625      Leadership Concepts, Theories and Issues
Learning Innovation and Futures                                SPN626      Leading and Managing People
Public Education
Studies in Literacy                                            Master of Learning Innovation (Teacher-Librarianship)
Teaching for Diversity: Disability and Learning Difficulties   CLN646      Learning Hubs
Vocational Education and Training
                                                               EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
Details will be provided as soon as approval for the course    CLN647      Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts
has been finalised.                                            CLN601      Cyberlearning

MLI full course structures                                     CLN603      Designing Spaces for Learning
                                                               CLN650      Information-Learning Nexus
Course Core Units                                              INN533      Information Organisation
EDN610       Professional Dialogues in Education                           Plus 1 Option unit
EDN611       Professional Applications of Research
                                                               Master of Learning Innovation (Early Childhood Teaching)
Research Units                                                 EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
EDN602       Advanced Seminars                                 EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
EDN603       Facilitated Study Unit                            EAN614      Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood
EDN604-1 Facilitated Study Unit                                EAN615      Mathematics in Early Childhood
                                                               EAN603      Child Development in Context
Elective Units
                                                               EAN601      Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
CLN601       Cyberlearning                                                 Early Childhood
CLN603       Designing Spaces for Learning                     EAN616      Language, Literacies and Communication in




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             Early Childhood                                  EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
EDN635       Field Studies in Early Childhood                 EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
MLI (Teacher-Librarianship) course structure                  EAN601      Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
                                                                          Early Childhood
Core units                                                    EAN603      Child Development in Context
CLN646       Learning Hubs                                    EAN614      Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood
EDN611       Professional Applications of Research            EAN615      Mathematics in Early Childhood
CLN650       Information-Learning Nexus                       EAN616      Language, Literacies and Communication in
                                                                          Early Childhood
CLN647       Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts
                                                              EDN635      Field Studies in Early Childhood
CLN601       Cyberlearning
CLN603       Designing Spaces for Learning
INN533       Information Organisation                         Potential Careers:
                                                              Administrator, Adult/Workplace Educator, Business
             Plus 1 Option unit
                                                              Development Officer, Child Care Professional, Community
                                                              Education Officer, Community Health Officer, Counsellor,
Elective Units
                                                              Educator, Government Officer, Guidance Officer, Higher
CLN601       Cyberlearning                                    Education Worker, Human Resource Manager, Librarian,
CLN603       Designing Spaces for Learning                    Manager, Project Manager, School Counsellor, Trainer.
CLN604       Globalisation and Educational Change
CLN646       Learning Hubs
CLN647       Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts
EAN601       Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
             Early Childhood
EAN603       Child Development in Context
EDN612       Conducting Innovative Educational Research
EAN614       Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood
EAN615       Mathematics in Early Childhood
EAN616       Language, Literacies and Communication in
             Early Childhood
EDN626       Learning And Teaching In Higher Education
EDN627       Contexts And Issues In Higher Education
EDN629       Online Design: Implications for Learning
EDN630       Curriculum Design, Assessment and
             Evaluation in Higher Education
EDN635       Field Studies in Early Childhood
INN533       Information Organisation
MDN642       Digital Pedagogies
MDN643       Digital Perspectives
SPN610       Advanced Educational Counselling
SPN611       Educational Guidance Counselling:
             Professional Practice
SPN612       Psychoeducational Assessment
SPN618       Career Development and Professional Practice
SPN620       Career Counselling
SPN625       Leadership Concepts, Theories and Issues
SPN626       Leading and Managing People
SPN651       Introductory Educational Counselling

MLI (Early Childhood Teaching) course structure

Core Units




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Master of Learning Innovation (Early                             Professional Recognition
Childhood Teaching) (ED09)                                       The Early Childhood Teaching sudy area is recognised as a
Year offered: 2009                                               specialist early childhood qualification in Queensland.
Admissions: Yes
Course duration (full-time): 1 year                              MLI (Early Childhood Teaching) course structure
Course duration (part-time): 2 years
Course duration (external): 1 year full-time or 2 years          Core Units
part-time
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,120 (indicative)        EDN610       Professional Dialogues in Education
per semester                                                     EDN611       Professional Applications of Research
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,250                 EAN601       Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)                          Early Childhood
Domestic Entry: February, July
                                                                 EAN603       Child Development in Context
International Entry: Available by EXTERNAL MODE only
Assumed knowledge: Applicants should be qualified                EAN614       Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood
teachers                                                         EAN615       Mathematics in Early Childhood
Total credit points: 96
                                                                 EAN616       Language, Literacies and Communication in
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                             Early Childhood
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24
Course coordinator: Dr Ann Heirdsfield                           EDN635       Field Studies in Early Childhood
Campus: Internet, Kelvin Grove and External

Master of Learning Innovation (Early Childhood                   Potential Careers:
Teaching)                                                        Academic, Administrator, Child Care Professional, Child
No further intake into ED09, please refer to the Master of       Protection Officer, Early Childhood Teacher, Educator,
Education ED79.                                                  Family Services Officer, Preschool Teacher, Primary School
This option is suitable only for qualified teachers seeking to   Teacher, Teacher.
become early childhood specialists. Students are required
to complete eight units.

Entry Requirements
An appropriate four-year bachelor degree or equivalent at a
standard acceptable to the Executive Dean or an
appropriate three-year bachelor degree or equivalent at a
standard acceptable to the Executive Dean plus at least one
year's appropriate professional or industrial experience.
Students undertaking the MLI (Early Childhood Teaching)
study areas must be qualified teachers.

Special Entry Requirements
As required by the Commission for Children and Young
People and Child Guardian Act (2000), student teachers
must undergo a criminal history check and be issued with a
Suitability Card (Blue Card) by the Commission prior to
undertaking field experience in a school or centre.

Students undertaking the practicum unit in Early Childhood
may be required to hold a current Blue Card even if they are
a registered teacher. This applies to all students who intend
undertaking this practicum in a Child Care Centre, Day
Care, Long Day Care, Kindergarten or independent pre-
school setting. It is essential that you apply for this Blue
Card at least 16 weeks prior to the commencement of your
field studies. Forms can be downloaded at:
www.childcomm.qld.gov.au/employment/index.html

Students who do not have a valid Blue Card and are
required to do so for their placement will not be permitted to
commence their practicum. You may incur penalties if you
failed to submit your application within the recommended
time-frame.




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                                                               EDN630      Curriculum Design, Assessment and
Master of Learning Innovation (Teacher-                                    Evaluation in Higher Education
Librarianship) (ED09)                                          EDN635      Field Studies in Early Childhood
Year offered: 2009
                                                               INN533      Information Organisation
Admissions: Yes
CRICOS code: 053490E                                           MDN642      Digital Pedagogies
Course duration (full-time): 1 year                            MDN643      Digital Perspectives
Course duration (part-time): 2 years
                                                               SPN610      Advanced Educational Counselling
Course duration (external): 1 year full-time or 2 years
part-time                                                      SPN611      Educational Guidance Counselling:
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,120 (indicative)                  Professional Practice
per semester                                                   SPN612      Psychoeducational Assessment
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,250               SPN618      Career Development and Professional Practice
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
Domestic Entry: February, July                                 SPN620      Career Counselling
Assumed knowledge: Assume technical access                     SPN625      Leadership Concepts, Theories and Issues
Total credit points: 96                                        SPN626      Leading and Managing People
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24              SPN651      Introductory Educational Counselling
Course coordinator: Ms Hilary Hughes
Campus: Internet and Kelvin Grove                              Potential Careers:
                                                               Academic, Administrator, Librarian, Teacher.
New heading
No further intake from 2009, please refer to the Master of
Education ED79.

MLI (Teacher-Librarianship) course structure

Core units
CLN646       Learning Hubs
EDN611       Professional Applications of Research
CLN650       Information-Learning Nexus
CLN647       Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts
CLN601       Cyberlearning
CLN603       Designing Spaces for Learning
INN533       Information Organisation
             Plus 1 Option unit

Elective Units
CLN601       Cyberlearning
CLN603       Designing Spaces for Learning
CLN604       Globalisation and Educational Change
CLN646       Learning Hubs
CLN647       Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts
EAN601       Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
             Early Childhood
EAN603       Child Development in Context
EDN612       Conducting Innovative Educational Research
EAN614       Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood
EAN615       Mathematics in Early Childhood
EAN616       Language, Literacies and Communication in
             Early Childhood
EDN626       Learning And Teaching In Higher Education
EDN627       Contexts And Issues In Higher Education
EDN629       Online Design: Implications for Learning




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                                                                 Before submitting an application for enrolment, a potential
Doctor of Education (ED11)                                       candidate should consult the Course Coordinator who will
Year offered: 2009
                                                                 assist in the preparation of the appropriate application form
Admissions: Yes
                                                                 concerning eligibility and special interests. Domestic
CRICOS code: 015023C
                                                                 students apply directly to QUT on a PR form. International
Course duration (part-time): 3.5 years part-time for
                                                                 students complete an FR form. These can be accessed via
holders of a relevant Masters degree; 4.5 years part-time
                                                                 studentservices.qut.com under 'Help at hand', at QUT
without a relevant Masters
                                                                 Research Students Centre counters or by phoning 07 3138
Domestic fees (indicative): Aust citizens or PRs will be
                                                                 4475.
awarded an RTS/RTA place or a QUT sponsorship for
tuition fees. If you exceed the max time, you will be charged
                                                                 Further Information
- 2009: $6,720 per semester (indicative)
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $11,250                 Centre for Learning Innovation
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)             Phone: + 61 7 3138 5448
Domestic Entry: January                                          Fax: +61 7 3138 3025
International Entry: January                                     email: m.clowes@qut.edu.au
Total credit points: 288
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24                Standard Course structure
Course coordinator: Professor Val Klenowski
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                             Year 1, Semester 1
                                                                 EDR703      Interdisciplinary in Education Studies
Overview                                                                     (Advanced Seminars)
The Doctor of Education (EdD) is a professional doctorate
which requires the completion of coursework units and a          Year 1, Semester 2
thesis. A professional doctorate addresses the need for a        EDR702/1 Thesis (Preparation)
higher degree oriented towards the enhancement of
professional practice and is designed to focus on applied        Year 2, Semester 1
investigation and problem solving rather than on a
                                                                 EDR702/2 Thesis (Preparation)
contribution to pure research or to theoretical knowledge. Its
focus is the professional development of practitioners
                                                                 Year 2, Semester 2
involved in some aspect of education.
                                                                 EDR702/3 Thesis (Confirmation)
Entry Requirements                                                           Confirmation must occur in the semester of
Applicants must possess a four-year education degree or its                  enrolment in EDR702/3.
equivalent with first-class or second-class Honours division                 Students cannot progress to the next stage
A or a Masters degree in education or in a field relevant to                 until they have successfully completed the
the professional doctorate in education, AND two years                       Thesis Confirmation.
practice in a position of professional responsibility in
education or a closely related field. Students with lesser       Year 2, Summer Program
qualifications but exemplary professional practice may be        EDR702/4 Thesis (Implementation)
given provisional entry and should consult the Course
Coordinator before applying.                                     Year 3, Semester 1
                                                                 EDR702/5 Thesis (Implementation)
Course Structure
The degree consists of 288 credit points of which 72 credit      Year 3, Semester 2
points are coursework, followed by a thesis of 216 credit
                                                                 EDR702/6 Thesis (Implementation)
points. All coursework must be completed before work can
commence on the thesis. For the unit Interdisciplinary
                                                                 Year 3, Summer Program
Education Studies (a 24 credit point unit), students
undertake a four-day, on-campus study school in January of       EDR702/7 Thesis (Implementation)
their commencing year. Subsequently, in the second and
third semesters of their enrolment, students attend two four-    Year 4, Semester 1
day study schools on campus (July and the following              EDR702/8 Thesis (Implementation)
January) in which they work on the methodology and design
of their thesis (each unit worth 24 credit points). The thesis   Year 4, Semester 2
is undertaken in the Faculty's research centre. Students are
                                                                 EDR702/9 Thesis (Submission)
expected to develop a high level of research skill and
analysis and make an original contribution to knowledge
and professional practice.                                       Potential Careers:
                                                                 Academic, Administrator, Adult/Workplace Educator, Child
How to Apply                                                     Care Professional, Community Education Officer,
                                                                 Counsellor, Early Childhood Teacher, Educator, English
                                                                 Teacher, Government Officer, Guidance Officer, Higher




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Education Worker, Kindergarten Teacher, Manager,
Occupational Health and Safety Officer, Police Officer
(Australian Federal), Preschool Teacher, Primary School
Teacher, School Counsellor, Secondary School Teacher,
TAFE Teacher, Teacher, TESOL Teacher, Trainer.




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                                                                 and Conducting Innovative Educational Research.
Master of Education (Research) (ED12)                            Exemption may be granted for the methodology units if you
Year offered: 2009
                                                                 can demonstrate that you have already completed
Admissions: Yes
                                                                 equivalent studies or have relevant research experience.
CRICOS code: 002501G
                                                                 During this stage, you will determine the research methods
Course duration (full-time): 1 year
                                                                 to be used in your thesis and begin work on your literature
Course duration (part-time): 2 years
                                                                 review.
Domestic fees (indicative): Aust citizens or PRs will be
awarded an RTS/RTA place or a QUT sponsorship for
                                                                 (ii) Confirmation of candidature stage: you present and
tuition fees. If you exceed the max time, you will be charged
                                                                 justify your research proposal at a seminar attended by
- 2009: $6,720 per semester (indicative)
                                                                 academic staff and your peers. Your confirmation document
International Fees (per semester): 2010: $11,750
                                                                 includes your research design and your draft literature
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
                                                                 review.
Domestic Entry: February, July
International Entry: At any time (subject to constraints of
                                                                 (iii) Implementation stage: you execute your research
coursework units)
                                                                 proper, collecting your data and analysing the results.
Total credit points: 96
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
                                                                 (iv) Submission stage: in the final stage of your Master of
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24
                                                                 Education (Research) journey, you finish writing your thesis
Course coordinator: Associate Professor Brian Delahaye
                                                                 and present it to a review panel for approval at a final oral
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                 seminar open to the public. Once aproved, your thesis is
                                                                 ready to be submitted for examination.
Overview
This program gives you an opportunity to research a topic of     Application Procedures
your choice, culminating in submission of a thesis. Under
                                                                 As part of your application for the course, you are required
the guidance of your supervisor(s), you will conduct your
                                                                 to submit a short research proposal. It is recommended that
research within the Faculty's Centre for Learning Innovation.
                                                                 you consult the course coordinator or prospective
As well as equipping you with the research and analytical
                                                                 supervisors for their assistance
skills to make a valuable contribution to knowledge, the
Master of Education (Research) puts you in a position to
                                                                 Course Requirements
market yourself as an expert in your field. The course is a
fitting preparation for the doctoral programs offered by the     University and Faculty rules governing credit, supervision,
Faculty: the Doctor of Philosophy and the Doctor of              confirmation of candidature and examination of thesis apply
Education.                                                       to the Master of Education (Research).

Entry Requirements                                               How to Apply
- a four-year education-related degree with a grade point        Domestic students apply directly to QUT on a PR form.
average of at least 5 (on a 7-point scale) or equivalent, with   International students complete an FR form. These can be
demonstrated potential for further study and evidence of         accessed via studentservices.qut.com under 'Help at hand',
professional standing;                                           at QUT Research Students Centre counters or by phoning
- OR a graduate diploma in an education-related field with a     07 3138 5306.
grade point average of at least 5 (on a 7-point scale) or
equivalent, with a demonstrated potential for further study      Further Information
and evidence of professional standing;                           Centre for Learning Innovation
- OR an honours degree in an education-related field with a      Phone: +61 7 3138 5448
minimum second class Honours division A or B.                    Fax: +61 7 3138 3025
                                                                 email: m.clowes@qut.edu.au
Applicants who do not have professional experience in an
education-related field would normally be expected to            Standard Full-time Course Structure
demonstrate their potential for further study with a grade
point average of 6 (on a 7-point scale)or better.                First Semester of Study
                                                                 EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
Admission into the course is dependent on the availability of
supervisors with expertise appropriate to the individual         IFN300      Masters Research
topic.                                                                       NOTE: Students must either undertake
                                                                             EDN611 before EDN612 or undertake them
Course Structure                                                             concurrently.
The course comprises four stages: preparation, confirmation
of candidature, implementation and submission of a thesis        Second Semester of Study
of up to 40,000 words.                                           EDN612      Conducting Innovative Educational Research
                                                                 IFN300      Masters Research
(i) Preparation stage: you undertake two research
methodology units - Professional Applications of Research                    In instances where a candidate has exceeded




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           the normal course duration and an extension of
           time has been approved students may enrol in:
IFN101     Full-Time Masters Research (Extension)

Standard Part-time Course Structure

First Semester of Study
EDN611     Professional Applications of Research
IFN302     Masters Research
           NOTE: Students must either undertake
           EDN611 before EDN612
           or undertake them concurrently.

Second Semester of Study
EDN612     Conducting Innovative Educational Research
IFN302     Masters Research

Third Semester of Study
IFN200     Part-Time Masters Research

Fourth Semester of Study
IFN200     Part-Time Masters Research

           In instances where a candidate has exceeded
           the normal course duration
           and an extension of time has been approved
           students may enrol in:
IFN201     Part-Time Masters Research (Extension)

Potential Careers:
Academic, Administrator, Adult/Workplace Educator, Child
Care Professional, Community Education Officer,
Community Worker, Counsellor, Early Childhood Teacher,
Educator, English Teacher, Government Officer, Guidance
Officer, Higher Education Worker, Kindergarten Teacher,
Manager, Occupational Health and Safety Officer, Police
Officer (Australian Federal), Preschool Teacher, Primary
School Teacher, School Counsellor, Secondary School
Teacher, TAFE Teacher, Teacher, TESOL Teacher,
Trainer.




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                                                                  12, 24 or 36 credit point Facilitated Study Unit to total 96
Master of Education (Teaching English                             credit points. Students must consult with the Course
to Speakers of Other Languages -                                  Coordinator to discuss their research topic before enrolling
                                                                  in a Facilitated Study Unit.
TESOL) (ED14)
Year offered: 2009
                                                                  Graduate Certificate in Education (TESOL) - Exit Point
Admissions: Yes
CRICOS code: 002330K                                              Following the successful completion of four Master of
Course duration (full-time): 1 year                               Education (TESOL) units comprising two core units and two
Course duration (part-time): 2 years                              electives, students may elect either to discontinue
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: Full fee tuition $6,750         enrolment and graduate with a Graduate Certificate in
(indicative) per semester                                         Education (TESOL), or to pursue a further four units in order
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $9,500                   to complete the Master of Education (TESOL).
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
Domestic Entry: February and July                                 How to apply
International Entry: February and July                            Domestic students apply directly to QUT Student Services
Total credit points: 96                                           on a PG form. International students complete an F form.
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                 These can be accessed from studentservices.qut.com
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24                 under 'Postgraduate admissions'; at QUT Student Centre
Course coordinator: Dr Karen Woodman                              counters; or by telephoning 07 3138 2000.
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                  Application forms must be accompanied by supporting
Overview                                                          documents such as transcripts and parchments from
The Master of Education and Graduate Certificate in               previous studies; a signed letter from your employer on
Education (TESOL) are coursework awards that provide              official letterhead or other official documents to support at
students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills          least one year's practical experience in some branch of
required to gain employment in the field of teaching English      education acceptable to the Executive Dean.
to speakers of other languages.
                                                                  Originals must be supplied or copies certified by a Justice of
Entry requirements                                                the Peace; Commissioner of Declarations (registration
                                                                  numbers must be provided); or by QUT Student Centre
Applicants must possess an appropriate bachelor degree or
                                                                  staff. If documents are in a language other than English the
equivalent at a standard acceptable to the Executive Dean
                                                                  original document must also have an official English
and at least one year's practical experience in some branch
                                                                  translation. Documents will not be returned unless you
of education acceptable to the Executive Dean.
                                                                  provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope with you
                                                                  application. Transcripts and parchments from QUT and
You must have the appropriate English language proficiency
                                                                  other Queensland universities need not be supplied.
level to study your proposed course before you are admitted
into QUT. There are two formal tests of English proficiency
                                                                  Further Information
which QUT will accept: IELTS and TOEFL.
                                                                  Faculty of Education Office
- IELTS: overall band score of 6.5 with no sub-band below         Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
6.0; or                                                           Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
- TOEFL (iBT): overall score of 90 with no sub-score below        e-mail: educationenq@qut.edu.au(please include a postal
20 (if TOEFL permitted by visa requirements).                     address with e-mail enquiries)

You may be exempt from taking a formal test if your               Full Time Course structure
secondary or post-secondary studies were conducted
entirely in English and you have passed an English                First semester of study
language or one or more communication subjects.                   CLN608      Second Language Acquisition

Please refer to the How to apply link.                            CLN612      Principles Of Second Language Methodology
                                                                              Option unit
Course structure                                                              Option unit
Students in the Masters program are required to complete
96 credit points of study including the two compulsory units,     Second semester of study
Second Language Acquisition and Principles of Second                          Option unit
Language Methodology, of 12 credit points each. Students
then have the choice of pursuing one of two options:                          Option unit
                                                                              Option unit
- Option 1: requires the completion of six elective units of 12               Option unit
credit points each.
                                                                  Part Time Course structure
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First semester of study
CLN608          Second Language Acquisition
CLN612          Principles Of Second Language Methodology

Second semester of study
                Option unit
                Option unit

Third semester of study
                Option unit
                Option unit

Fourth semester of study
                Option unit
                Option unit

Option units

Elective list
                Note, a selection of these units will be offered
                each semester.
                Some options may be offered in Summer
                Program.
CLN613          Second Language Curriculum Design Options
CLN615          Directed Reading In Second Language
                Education
CLN616          Language Assessment In TESOL
CLN617          Personalised Language Development
CLN618          Technology And Second Language Learning
CLN619          Functional Grammar And Discourse
CLN620          Language And Culture
CLN640          Sociolinguistics
CLN641          From Theory To Practice - Practical
                Applications In The TESOL Classroom
CLN642          Grammar For Teachers
CLN643          English Language Teaching Management
EDN603          Facilitated Study Unit
EDN604-1 Facilitated Study Unit
EDN604-2 Facilitated Study Unit
EDN611          Professional Applications of Research
EDN612          Conducting Innovative Educational Research

Potential Careers:
Academic, Educator, English Teacher, TAFE Teacher,
Teacher, TESOL Teacher.




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                                                               specific areas. Students returning to the classroom after a
Bachelor of Education (Inservice)                              break will often update their knowledge by undertaking
(ED26)                                                         preservice curriculum studies units in the early childhood,
Year offered: 2009                                             primary or specific secondary subject areas. Alternatively
Admissions: Yes                                                students may choose a suite of units related to a specific
CRICOS code: 000783G                                           area of interest such as adult and workplace education,
Course duration (full-time): 1 year                            culture and language studies, human relationship education
Course duration (part-time): 2 years                           studies or mathematics, science and technology education
Course duration (external): 1 year full-time or 2 years        studies.
part-time
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,115 (indicative)      Mid-year Entry
per semester                                                   This course is available externally only for mid-year entry.
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,000
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)           Computing
Domestic Entry: February and July* (* external only)
                                                               The increased and more creative use of online teaching
International Entry: February and July
                                                               technology in this degree requires that you have access to
QTAC code: internal: 424901; external: 424905.
                                                               suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
Past rank cut-off: Internal: 89. External: 89. Admission to
                                                               Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
course is based on prior study entry requirements in
addition to a rank. Please refer to Entry Requirements.
                                                               Further Information
Total credit points: 96
Course coordinator: Contact Education Student Affairs          Faculty of Education Office: Phone +61 7 3138 3947; Fax:
Section 3138 3947, or educationenq@qut.edu.au                  +61 7 3138 3949; email: educationenq@qut.edu.au (Please
Discipline coordinator: Course Coordinator: Pro John           include a postal address with email enquiries).
Lidstone
Campus: Internet and Kelvin Grove                              Deferment
                                                               QUT's deferment policy does not apply to this course.
Overview
The Bachelor of Education (Inservice) program is an            Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
undergraduate course in education in which you undertake       Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
a mature examination of yourself as a teacher and of           available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to
important educational issues in light of your preservice       currently enrolled students who were unable to comply
preparation and subsequent teaching experience. The            regulations regarding their original Commonwealth
course aims to further develop your commitment to teaching     Supported place (i.e. failure to lodge an eCAF, has
and increase your abilities to critically evaluate current     consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc.)
educational practice, to introduce new innovations and to      and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
upgrade your discipline knowledge. Graduates are eligible      fee-paying student.
for entry into the Faculty's Master of Learning Innovation
and Master of Education (Research) courses.                    Course structure

Entry requirements                                             Core Units
You must have completed a Diploma of Teaching (or              EDP415       Engaging Diverse Learners
equivalent).
                                                               EDP416       The Professional Practice of Educators
OP Guarantee
                                                               Indigenous and Cultural Studies
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this course.
                                                               EDB007       Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
Course Structure                                               CLB049       The Global Teacher
You are required to complete eight, 12 credit point units of   CLB401       Cultural Diversity And Education
study. The course provides flexibility for students to
                                                               CLB403       Gender And Sexuality Issues For Teachers
complete their studies across a range of areas. Two core
units, Engaging Diverse Learners and The Professional
                                                               Language, Literacy and ESL Studies
Practice of Educators, must be completed together with an
additional two units from any of the four schools located in   EAB008       Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
the Faculty of Education. The remaining four units may be                   Communication I
taken from a wide range of Faculty of Education units or       EAP400       Early Years: Literacies
from faculties other than the Faculty of Education. Students   CLB045       Becoming a Second Language User
undertaking the course to meet specific Queensland
College of Teachers Registration requirements may not be       CLB322       Literature In Secondary Teaching
able to undertake non-education units.                         CLB323       Teaching Adolescent Literature
Many students use their studies in the Bachelor of             CLB347       Teaching English as an Additional Language
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CLB441      Children's Literature                                         Education And Sport
CLB452      Media Literacy And The School                     HMB441      Sociology of Sport
CLP400      Middle Years: Multiliteracies
                                                              Potential Careers:
Middle/Primary Studies                                        Dance Teacher, Drama Teacher, Early Childhood Teacher,
                                                              Kindergarten Teacher, Music Teacher, Preschool Teacher,
CLP400      Middle Years: Multiliteracies
                                                              Primary School Teacher, Secondary School Teacher,
CLP401      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE     Teacher, Trainer, Visual Arts Teacher.
MDB453      Mathematics Curriculum 2: Middle Years and
            Vocational
MDP452      Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings
MDP453      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and
            Technology
SPB008      Middle Years Students and Schools
SPB022      Middle Years Curriculum, Pedagogy and
            Assessment

Managing Learners and Learning
SPB004      Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties
SPB006      Educational Counselling
SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management
SPB018      Teaching Strategies
SPB020      Classroom Assessment Practices
SPB100      Introduction to Adult Learning and
            Development
SPB101      Theorists in Adult Education

Mathematics, Science and Technology Education
EDB006      Learning Networks
MDB440      Computers And Education
MDB453      Mathematics Curriculum 2: Middle Years and
            Vocational
MDP452      Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings
MDP453      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and
            Technology

Early Childhood Studies
EAB005      Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings
EAB006      Leadership and Management in Early
            Childhood Services
EAB010      Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
            Communication 3
EAB027      Early Childhood Mathematics Education 1:
            Birth to Six Years
EAB028      Early Childhood Mathematics Education 2:
            Four to 8 Years
EAB361      Storytelling In Early Childhood
EAP400      Early Years: Literacies
EAP401      Early Years: Mathematical Understandings
EAP402      Early Years: Arts and Humanities
EAP403      Early Years: Science and Technology
            Education

Faculty of Health Elective Units
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                                                                  For Early Years it is assumed that the undergraduate
Graduate Diploma in Education (ED38)                              degree has sufficient breadth to enable you to confidently
Year offered: 2009
                                                                  address the range of teaching areas that is expected by a
Admissions: Yes
                                                                  potential employer. You may wish to refer to the
CRICOS code: 055903F
                                                                  Queensland Studies Authority website, eg Years 1-10 Key
Course duration (full-time): 1 year
                                                                  Learning Areas.
Course duration (part-time): 2 years (not offered midyear)
Course duration (external): 1 to 2 years (not offered
                                                                  IELTS: International applicants and applicants with English
midyear)
                                                                  as a second language must provide evidence of English
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,096 (indicative)
                                                                  language competence achieving an overall band score of
per semester
                                                                  7.0 and no less than 7.0 in each sub band. The cost of the
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $9,500
                                                                  testing will be met by the applicant. English test results must
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
                                                                  be no more than two years old.
Domestic Entry: February and July* (* full-time internal
only)
                                                                  NOTE: The majority of Supervised Field Experience must
International Entry: February
                                                                  occur in Australian Primary and/or Secondary school
QTAC code: Early Years - internal: 424101; external:
                                                                  settings.
424105. Primary P-7 - internal: 424301. Middle Years -
internal: 424201; external: 424205. Senior Years - internal:
                                                                  Additional Entry Requirements - Senior and Middle
424401; external: 424405.
                                                                  Years
Past rank cut-off: 89. Admission to the course is based on
prior study entry requirements in addition to a rank. Please      Senior Years applicants are required to nominate a
refer to Entry Requirements. Senior Years admission is also       proposed teaching area based on prior studies. Middle
based on additional entry requirements - please refer to          years applicants are required nominate two discipline
Additional Entry Requirements.                                    strengths based on previous study. Teaching area
Total credit points: 96                                           nominations and discipline strength nominations are made
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                 via the online Teaching Area Nomination Form .
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24
Course coordinator: Contact Education Student Affairs
Section 3138 3947                                                 Professional Recognition
Campus: Internet and Kelvin Grove                                 The Graduate Diploma in Education is recognised by the
                                                                  Queensland College of Teachers as meeting the
Overview                                                          requirements for registration as a teacher in Queensland.
For graduates with an undergraduate degree to obtain their        Applicants for teacher registration in Queensland are
first teaching qualification. Three areas of study: Early Years   subject to national criminal history checks.
(emphasising birth to eight years, and preparing graduates
to teach prep-year 3); Middle Years (emphasising years 4-         Working With Children Check
9); Senior Years (emphasising years 10-12 as well as lower        Working With Children Check - As required by the
Secondary).                                                       Commission for Children and Young People and Child
                                                                  Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
Midyear intake                                                    criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
The mid year intake for Early Years, Middle Years, and            (Blue Card) by the Commission.
Senior Years is for full time, internal mode only.
                                                                  As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
Further, Senior Years will have limited teaching areas (ie.       course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts, Film and Media                  QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
Education and Language Education will not be offered mid          Card to undertake activities in any unit which involves
year). Refer to the teaching area entry requirements for          contact with children, including the required field studies
further information.                                              blocks.

Entry Requirements                                                If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
                                                                  enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Completion of a Bachelor's degree that does not lead to
                                                                  police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
teacher registration.
                                                                  participate in the required activities and may need to be
                                                                  withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Senior Years also requires successful completion of the
                                                                  academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
equivalent of 96 credit points (one year of full time study) in
                                                                  Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
undergraduate discipline studies that relate to the
                                                                  available at bluecard.qut.com.
nominated Teaching Area. Refer to the teaching area entry
requirements for additional information.
                                                                  Deferment
The Middle Years Study Area requires applicants to                QUT's deferment policy does not apply to this course.
nominate two discipline strengths based on previous study.




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Graduate School Program                                                      Practice of Educators
The Graduate School Program enables students to gain              MDP453     Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and
early experience in schools before their formal field                        Technology
experience commences. The program is strongly                                Designated Unit: EDP432
recommended for commencing full-time internal students
and it is essential that you have a valid blue card in order to   Course structure - Senior Years
participate. The program is subject to viable numbers. For
more details, refer to your program coordinator.                  Year 1, Semester 1
                                                                  EDP415     Engaging Diverse Learners
Computing Requirement
                                                                  EDP441     Senior Years Field Studies 1: Engaging
The increased and more creative use of online teaching                       Diverse Learners
technology in this degree requires that you have access to
suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a                  Curriculum Studies 1
Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.                          Curriculum Studies Elective
                                                                             Designated Unit: EDP441
Domestic student tuition fee places
Tuition fee places are not available in this course.              Year 1, Semester 2
Tuition fees are only applicable to currently enrolled
                                                                  EDP416     The Professional Practice of Educators
students who were unable to comply regulations regarding
their original Commonwealth Supported place (i.e. failure to      EDP442     Senior Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
lodge an eCAF, has consumed of other their Student                           Practice of Educators
Learning Entitlement etc.) and who have been invited and                     Curriculum Studies 2
accepted to continue as a fee-paying student.                                Curriculum Studies 3

Course structure - Early Years                                               Designated Unit: EDP442

                                                                  Curriculum Studies 1
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                                  CLP402     Business Education Curriculum Studies 1
EAP400       Early Years: Literacies
                                                                  CLP408     English Education Curriculum Studies 1
EAP401       Early Years: Mathematical Understandings
                                                                  CLP411     Languages Education Curriculum Studies 1
EDP415       Engaging Diverse Learners
                                                                  CLP414     Social Education Curriculum Studies 1
EDP421       Early Years Field Studies 1: Engaging Diverse
             Learners                                             KDP201     Dance Curriculum Studies 1
             Designated Unit: EDP421                              KMP201     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1
                                                                  KTP201     Drama Curriculum Studies 1
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                                  KVP301     Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
EAP402       Early Years: Arts and Humanities
                                                                  MDP456     Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 1
EAP403       Early Years: Science and Technology
             Education                                            MDP459     Science Education Curriculum Studies 1
EDP416       The Professional Practice of Educators               CLP422     Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
                                                                             1
EDP422       Early Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
             Practice of Educators
                                                                  Curriculum Studies 2
             Designated Unit: EDP422
                                                                  CLP403     Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                             (Business Communication and Technology)
Course structure - Middle Years
                                                                  CLP404     Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                             (Accounting and Business Management)
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                                  CLP406     Legal Studies Education Curriculum Studies
CLP400       Middle Years: Multiliteracies
                                                                  CLP409     English Education Curriculum Studies 2
EDP415       Engaging Diverse Learners
                                                                  CLP412     Languages Education Curriculum Studies 2
EDP431       Middle Years Field Studies 1: Engaging
             Diverse Learners                                     CLP415     Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                             (Geography)
MDP452       Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings
                                                                  CLP416     Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
             Designated Unit: EDP431                                         (History)

Year 1, Semester 2                                                CLP417     Social Education Curriculum Studies 2 (Senior
                                                                             Social Science)
CLP401       Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE
                                                                  MDP455     Business Education Curriculum Studies 2 (ICT)
EDP416       The Professional Practice of Educators               MDP457     Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 2
EDP432       Middle Years Field Studies 2: The Professional



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MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2                                    A range of units covering theory and
                                                                            performance at university level. Applicants who
MDP460      Science Education Curriculum Studies 2                          satisfy the academic entry requirements may
MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2                                  be contacted by Drama, Creative Industries
                                                                            Faculty for an interview. Interviews will be held
MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2                              in December. An audition may be required
MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2                                    after the interview.

CLP423      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies         English Education
            2
                                                                            A range of English units covering the areas of
MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2                                    language and literacy, literary and cultural, and
MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2                                  media and film studies. Applicants may not be
                                                                            accepted if their studies are too narrowly
MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2                              focused on one area.
MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                Languages Education -not available mid-year, offered in
KTP202      Drama Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                internal mode only
KDP202      Dance Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                            Applicants must have completed at least a
KMP202      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2                          minimum of six language units in sequence
                                                                            beyond the secondary school level (or the
KVP302      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2                                equivalent). Native speakers can also apply
                                                                            and must be able to demonstrate completion of
Curriculum Studies 3                                                        schooling and/or tertiary study in the first/native
                                                                            language and/or demonstrated/documented
CLP407      Business Education Curriculum Studies 3                         appropriate levels of language proficiency.
CLP410      English Education Curriculum Studies 3                          Interview may be required. Languages
                                                                            available are French, German, Japanese,
CLP413      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 3                        Indonesian, Chinese and Italian.
CLP418      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                                Mathematics Education
MDP458      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                                            A range of mathematics units.
CLP424      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
            3
                                                                Music (Secondary) Education -not avail midyr, internal
MDP461      Science Education Curriculum Studies 3              mode only, quota restrictions may apply
KTP203      Drama Curriculum Studies 3                                      A degree in music or approved equivalent at
KDP203      Dance Curriculum Studies 3                                      university level. Applicants who satisfy the
                                                                            academic entry requirements may be
KMP203      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3                          contacted by Music, Creative Industries Faculty
KVP303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3                                for an interview. Interviews will be held in
                                                                            December. An audition may be required after
                                                                            the interview.
Curriculum Electives
CLP419      Social Education Curriculum - Senior History        Visual Arts Education -not avail midyr, offered internal
CLP400      Middle Years: Multiliteracies                       mode only, quota restrictions may apply

CLP401      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE                   A range of Visual Arts units, which must
                                                                            include studio practice and art history/theory
MDP452      Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings                       units at university level. Applicants who satisfy
                                                                            the academic entry requirements may be
MDP453      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and                     contacted by Visual Arts, Creative Industries
            Technology                                                      Faculty for an interview. Interviews will be held
SPP400      Classroom and Behaviour Management                              in December. A portfolio may be required after
                                                                            the interview.
SPP401      Classroom Assessment Practices
                                                                Business Education (Accounting/Business Management)
Senior Years Teaching Area Entry Requirements
                                                                            A range of units in accounting and business
                                                                            managment, with at least three accounting
Dance Education -not available mid-year, offered in internal                units of appropriate content.
mode only, quota restrictions may apply
            A range of units covering Dance theory and          Business Education (Business Communication and
            practice at a university level. Applicants who      Technologies)
            satisfy the academic entry requirements may
            be contacted by Dance, Creative Industries                      A range of units in business and business
            Faculty for an interview. Interviews will be held               technology.
            in December. An audition may be required
            after the interview.                                Business Education (Information, Communications and
                                                                Technologies Education)
Drama Education -not available mid-year, offered in
                                                                            A range of units in the areas of computer
internal mode only, quota restrictions may apply



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            systems and programming, information                Potential Careers:
            systems theory, and information technology.
                                                                Dance Teacher, Drama Teacher, Early Childhood Teacher,
Business Education (Legal Studies)                              Educator, English Teacher, Kindergarten Teacher, Music
                                                                Teacher, Preschool Teacher, Primary School Teacher,
            A range of units from the fields of law, justice
            studies, and criminology.                           Secondary School Teacher, Visual Arts Teacher.

Film & Media Education - not available mid-year, offered in
internal mode only
            A range of units covering the areas of film and
            media theory and production at university level.
            Applicants may not be accepted if their studies
            are too narrowly focused in one area.

Social Education (Geography)
            A range of units from the fields of geography,
            geology, and environmental studies.

Social Education (Legal Studies)
            A range of units from the fields of law, justice
            studies, and criminology.

Social Education (History)
            A range of History units. Applicants may not be
            accepted if their studies of history are too
            narrowly focused on one geographical area (eg
            Asia, Europe) or on one theme (eg warfare,
            colonisation).

Social Education (Social Science)
            Applicants must have completed at least one
            (1) unit of history. One (1) unit of geography
            and one (1) unit of sociology is desirable. Other
            units may be drawn from the fields of ethics,
            gender studies, political studies, sociology,
            indigenous studies, and international and
            global studies.

Science Education (Biology)
            A range of Biology units covering the area of
            animal studies and preferably at least one unit
            in plant biology. A completed degree in
            medicine, pharmacy, nursing or veterinary
            science would also be acceptable.

Science Education (Chemistry)
            A range of Chemistry units covering the areas
            of physical, inorganic, bio-organic, analytical
            and environmental chemistry.

Science Education (Earth Science)
            A range of units from the fields of
            environmental science, geology, geoscience
            and ecology.

Science Education (Science Studies)
            Must have a range of units from the areas of
            physics, chemistry, biology and preferably at
            least one unit from earth science or astronomy.

Science Education (Physics)
            A range of units from the areas of physics and
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                                                                  degree has sufficient breadth to enable you to confidently
Graduate Diploma in Education (for                                address the range of teaching areas that is expected by a
International Students) (ED38)                                    potential employer. You may wish to refer to the
Year offered: 2009                                                Queensland Studies Authority website, eg Years 1-10 Key
Admissions: Yes                                                   Learning Areas.
CRICOS code: 055903F
Course duration (full-time): 1 year International Students        IELTS: International applicants and applicants with English
studying in Australia on a Student Visa must enrol in full-       as a second language must provide evidence of English
time programs                                                     language competence achieving an overall band score of
Domestic fees (per credit point): International Course            7.0 and no less than 7.0 in each sub band. The cost of the
(subject to annual review)                                        testing will be met by the applicant. English test results must
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $9,500                   be no more than two years old.
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
International Entry: February (closing date 12 December           Special Entry Requirements - Senior, Middle and Junior
2009, final date for acceptance of offer 24 December 2009),       Years
July* (In *Senior Years, limited teaching areas offered)(mid      Senior, Middle and Junior Years applicants are required to
year closing date 14 May 2010, final date for acceptance of       complete a Teaching Area Nomination form
offer 24 May 2010)                                                http://www.studentservices.qut.edu.au/pdfs/forms/tanf_int.p
Total credit points: 96                                           df.
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
Course coordinator: Faculty of Education Student Affairs          Professional Recognition
Office
                                                                  The Graduate Diploma in Education is recognised by the
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                  Queensland College of Teachers as meeting the
                                                                  requirements for registration as a teacher in Queensland.
Graduate Diploma in Education (for International
                                                                  Applicants for teacher registration in Queensland are
Students)
                                                                  subject to national criminal history checks.
For graduates with an undergraduate degree to obtain their
first teaching qualification. Four areas of study: Early Years    Working With Children Check
(emphasising birth to eight years, and preparing graduates
                                                                  Working With Children Check - As required by the
to teach Prep-year 3); Middle Years (emphasising years 4-
                                                                  Commission for Children and Young People and Child
9); Senior Years (emphasising years 10-12 as well as lower
                                                                  Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
secondary). The Junior Years takes a holistic
                                                                  criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
conceptualisation from early childhood to the end of the
                                                                  (Blue Card) by the Commission.
middle years of learning (Year 10).
                                                                  As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
NOTE: International students must undertake the course as
                                                                  course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
a full-time student.
                                                                  QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
                                                                  Card to undertake activities in any unit which involves
Mid-Year Entry
                                                                  contact with children, including the required field studies
There will be a mid year intake for Early Years, Junior           blocks.
Years, Middle Years, and Senior Years on a full time,
internal mode only. Senior years will have limited teaching       If you do not apply for a Blue Card immediately upon
areas (ie. Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts, Film and             enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Media Education and Language Education are not be                 police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
available). Refer to teaching area entry requirements for         participate in the required activities and may need to be
further information.                                              withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
                                                                  academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
Entry Requirements                                                Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Completion of a Bachelor's degree that does not lead to           a     v   a    i   l  a    b    l    e               a     t
teacher registration.                                             http://www.studentservices.qut.edu.au/enrol/course/spec_re
                                                                  q/bluecard.jsp
Senior Years also requires successful completion of the
equivalent of 96 credit points (one year of full time study) in   Gradaute School Program
undergraduate discipline studies that relate to the               The Graduate School Program enables students to gain
nominated Teaching Area. Refer to the teaching area entry         early experience in schools before their formal field
requirements for additional information.                          experience commences. The program is strongly
                                                                  recommended for commencing full-time internal students
The Middle Years and Junior Years Study Areas require             and it is essential that you have a valid blue card in order to
applicants to nominate two discipline strengths based on          participate. The program is subject to viable numbers. For
previous study.                                                   more details, refer to your program coordinator.

For Early Years it is assumed that the undergraduate              Course structure - Early Years




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                                                              EDP416      The Professional Practice of Educators
February Intake                                               EDP432      Middle Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
                                                                          Practice of Educators
Year 1, Semester 1                                            MDP453      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and
EAP400     Early Years: Literacies                                        Technology
EAP401     Early Years: Mathematical Understandings                       Designated Unit: EDP432
EDP415     Engaging Diverse Learners                          Course structure - Senior Years
EDP421     Early Years Field Studies 1: Engaging Diverse
           Learners                                           February Intake
           Designated Unit: EDP421
                                                              Year 1, Semester 1
Year 1, Semester 2                                            EDP415      Engaging Diverse Learners
EAP402     Early Years: Arts and Humanities                   EDP441      Senior Years Field Studies 1: Engaging
EAP403     Early Years: Science and Technology                            Diverse Learners
           Education                                                      Curriculum Studies 1
EDP416     The Professional Practice of Educators                         Curriculum Studies Elective
EDP422     Early Years Field Studies 2: The Professional                  Designated Unit: EDP441
           Practice of Educators
           Designated Unit: EDP422                            Year 1, Semester 2
Course structure - Junior Years                               EDP416      The Professional Practice of Educators
                                                              EDP442      Senior Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
Feberuary Intake                                                          Practice of Educators
                                                                          Curriculum Studies 2
Year 1, Semester 1                                                        Curriculum Studies 3
EDP415     Engaging Diverse Learners                                      Designated Unit: EDP442
EDP421     Early Years Field Studies 1: Engaging Diverse
           Learners                                           Curriculum Studies 1
EAP400     Early Years: Literacies                            CLP402      Business Education Curriculum Studies 1
EAP401     Early Years: Mathematical Understandings           CLP408      English Education Curriculum Studies 1
           Designated Unit: EDP421                            CLP411      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              CLP414      Social Education Curriculum Studies 1
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                              KDP201      Dance Curriculum Studies 1
EDP416     The Professional Practice of Educators
                                                              KMP201      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1
EDP432     Middle Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
           Practice of Educators                              KTP201      Drama Curriculum Studies 1
CLP401     Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE      KVP301      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
MDP453     Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and        MDP456      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 1
           Technology
                                                              MDP459      Science Education Curriculum Studies 1
           Designated Unit: EDP432
                                                              CLP422      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
                                                                          1
Course structure - Middle Years
                                                              Curriculum Studies 2
February Intake
                                                              CLP403      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                          (Business Communication and Technology)
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              CLP404      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
CLP400     Middle Years: Multiliteracies                                  (Accounting and Business Management)
EDP415     Engaging Diverse Learners                          CLP406      Legal Studies Education Curriculum Studies
EDP431     Middle Years Field Studies 1: Engaging             CLP409      English Education Curriculum Studies 2
           Diverse Learners
                                                              CLP412      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 2
MDP452     Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings
                                                              CLP415      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
           Designated Unit: EDP431                                        (Geography)
Year 1, Semester 2                                            CLP416      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                          (History)
CLP401     Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE
                                                              CLP417      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2 (Senior



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            Social Science)                                                A range of units covering Dance theory and
KDP202      Dance Curriculum Studies 2                                     practice at a university level. Interview is
                                                                           required (compulsory). An audition may be
KMP202      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2                         required after the interview. Contact Dance,
                                                                           Creative Industries Faculty on (07) 3864 5688.
KTP202      Drama Curriculum Studies 2
KVP302      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2                   Drama Education (not available mid-year, quota restrictions
MDP455      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2 (ICT)      apply)
CLP423      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies                    A range of units covering theory and
            2                                                              performance at university level. Interview is
                                                                           required (compulsory). An audition may be
MDP457      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 2                     required after the interview. Contact Drama,
MDP460      Science Education Curriculum Studies 2                         Creative Industries Faculty on (07) 3864 3468.

MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2                       English Education
MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2                                 A range of English units covering the areas of
MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2                             language and literacy, literary and cultural, and
                                                                           media and film studies. Applicants may not be
MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2                                   accepted if their studies are too narrowly
                                                                           focused on one area.
Curriculum Studies 3
CLP407      Business Education Curriculum Studies 3            Languages Education (not available mid-year)

CLP410      English Education Curriculum Studies 3                         Applicants must have completed at least a
                                                                           minimum of six language units in sequence
CLP413      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 3                       beyond the secondary school level (or the
                                                                           equivalent). Native speakers can also apply
CLP418      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3                          and must be able to demonstrate completion of
KDP203      Dance Curriculum Studies 3                                     schooling and/or tertiary study in the first/native
                                                                           language and/or demonstrated/documented
KMP203      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3                         appropriate levels of language proficiency.
KTP203      Drama Curriculum Studies 3                                     Interview may be required. Languages
                                                                           available are French, German, Japanese,
KVP303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3                               Indonesian, Chinese and Italian.
MDP458      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                               Mathematics Education
MDP461      Science Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                                           A range of Mathematics units.
CLP424      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
            3
                                                               Music (Secondary) Education (not available mid-year,
                                                               quota restrictions apply)
Curriculum Electives
                                                                           A degree in music or approved equivalent at
            Students will select a curriculum elective from                university level. Interview is required
            those listed below or an appropriate curriculum                (compulsory). An audition may be required
            studies unit from a second teaching area as                    after the interview. Contact Music, Creative
            listed above (subject to the required discipline               Industries Faculty on (07) 3864 3691.
            prerequisite studies having being completed).
CLP400      Middle Years: Multiliteracies                      Visual Arts Education (not available mid-year, quota
CLP401      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE      restrictions apply)
CLP419      Social Education Curriculum - Senior History                   A range of Visual Arts units, which must
                                                                           include studio practice and art history/theory
MDP452      Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings                      units at university level. Interview is required
MDP453      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and                    (compulsory). A folio may be required after the
            Technology                                                     interview. Contact Visual Arts, Creative
                                                                           Industries Faculty on (07) 3864 3092.
SPP400      Classroom and Behaviour Management
SPP401      Classroom Assessment Practices                     Business Education (Accounting/Business Management)
                                                                           A range of units in accounting and business
Teaching Area Entry Requirements                                           management, with at least three accounting
                                                                           units of appropriate content.
            Students admitted into a teaching area must
            complete the course in that teaching area. It is   Business Education (Business Communication and
            assumed that current knowledge in the chosen       Technologies)
            teaching area has been maintained since                        A range of units in business and business
            completion of the relevant units.                              technology.

Dance Education (not available mid-year, quota restrictions    Business Education (Information, Communications and
apply)                                                         Technologies Education)




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            A range of units in the areas of computer
            systems and programming, information
            systems theory, and information technology.

Business Education (Legal Studies)
            A range of units from the fields of law, justice
            studies, and criminology.

Social Education (Geography)
            A range of units from the fields of geography,
            geology, and environmental studies.

Social Education (Legal Studies)
            A range of units from the fields of law, justice
            studies, and criminology.

Social Education (History)
            A range of History units. Applicants may not be
            accepted if their studies of history are too
            narrowly focused on one geographical area (eg
            Asia, Europe) or on one theme (eg warfare,
            colonisation).

Social Education (Social Science)
            Applicants must have completed at least one
            (1) unit of history. One (1) unit of geography
            and one (1) unit of sociology is desireable.
            Other units may be drawn from the fields of
            ethics, gender studies, political studies,
            sociology, indigenous studies, and international
            and global studies.

Science Education (Biology)
            A range of Biology units covering the areas of
            plant and animal studies. Human biology is
            included in animal biology and ecology, and
            environmental sciences are included in plant
            biology.

Science Education (Chemistry)
            A range of Chemistry units covering the areas
            of physical, inorganic, bio-organic, analytical
            and environmental chemistry.

Science Education (Earth Science)
            A range of units from the fields of
            environmental science, geology, geoscience
            and ecology.

Science Education (Physics)
            A range of units from the areas of physics and
            mathematics.

Science Education (Science Studies)
            A range of units from the areas of physics,
            chemistry, biology, earth science, and
            astronomy.

Potential Careers:
Educator, English Teacher, Primary School Teacher,
Secondary School Teacher, Teacher, Visual Arts Teacher.




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                                                                EAB412       Advanced Integrated Early Childhood
Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies                                          Curriculum
(ED43)                                                                       Discipline Minor Elective (List 2)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: No                                                  Year 3, Semester 2
Course duration (full-time): 3 years
                                                                EAB413       Management Of Early Childhood Services
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,076 (indicative)
per semester                                                    EAB349       Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts
International Entry: February                                   EDB420       Early Childhood Professional Practice: Child
QTAC code: 404012                                                            Care
Past rank cut-off: 78                                                        Discipline Minor Elective (List 2)
Past OP cut-off: 11
OP Guarantee: Yes                                               List 1 : Discipline Foundation Elective Units
Assumed knowledge: English (4 SA)
Total credit points: 288                                        Studies in Society and Environment
Course coordinator: Dr Susan Walker
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                            CLB369       Social And Environmental Foundations

Course structure                                                Health and Physical Education
                                                                HMB171       Fitness Health and Wellness
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                                Visual and Performing Arts
EAB351      Family Studies And Early Childhood Education
                                                                KKB918       Arts Foundation Studies
            Discipline Foundation Elective (List 1)
            Discipline Minor Elective (List 2)                  Science
            Education Studies Elective (List 4)                 MDB387       Science Foundations

Year 1, Semester 2                                              Technology
            Early Childhood Curriculum Elective (List 3)        MDB385       Information Technologies In Education
            Early Childhood Curriculum Elective (List 3)
                                                                List 2: Discipline Minor Electives
            Discipline Foundation Elective Unit (List 1)
            Discipline Foundation Elective Unit (List 1)        Students should take all three units from the one area.

Year 2, Semester 1                                              Language
EAB442      Motor And Social Development In Early               CLB441       Children's Literature
            Childhood
                                                                CLB452       Media Literacy And The School
EAB347      Early Childhood Curriculum: Early
            Mathematical Explorations                           CLB451       Storytelling: Cultural Perspectives
EDB422      Early Childhood Professional Practice:              CLB321       Writing Workshop
            Preschool/kindergarten                              CLB446       Understanding Texts and Writing
MDB386      Mathematics Foundations
                                                                Mathematics
Year 2, Semester 2                                              MDB347       Excursions In Number
SPB004      Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties        MDB396       Excursions In Geometry
OR          null                                                MDB388       Numeracy in Games of Skill and Chance
CLB352      Teaching Methodology For English As A               MDB349       Excursions in Mathematical Reasoning
            Foreign Language 2
AND                                                             Studies of Society and Environment
EAB346      Early Childhood Curriculum: Science, Society        CLB371       Knowing Your Environment: From Global
            And The Environment                                              Issues to Local Action
EAB443      Cognition And Language In Early Childhood           CLB372       Sustainable Consumption: From Coca-Cola to
EAB364      Academic And Professional Communication                          the Community Co-op
                                                                CLB375       Exploring Outdoors: Education in the
Year 3, Semester 1                                                           Environment
EAB348      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts
                                                                Health and Physical Education
EAB350      Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum: Literacy
            And Numeracy In The Early Years                     HMB376       Motor Development in Children
                                                                HMB333       Child and Adolescent Health



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HMB375     Adapted Physical Activity                                      TECHNOLOGY
HMB315     Performance Skills 2                                MDB383     Using Technology In The Curriculum
                                                               MDB393     Networked Communities
Visual and Performing Arts
                                                               MDP536     Computer Graphics In Teaching
           Three level one units from the selected Arts
           discipline area. Areas available are:               MDB397     Digital Media in Education
           Music, Visual Arts, Drama and Dance.                List 3 : Early Childhood Curriculum Elective Units
           The following units have no audition or portfolio
           entry requirements.
                                                               EAB360     Early Childhood Drama In Education
           null
                                                               EAB361     Storytelling In Early Childhood
           DANCE
                                                               EAB362     Ethical Responsibilities In Early Childhood
KDB125     Deconstructing Dance In History
                                                               EAB363     Creating Curriculum With Young Children
KDB106     Dance Analysis
KDB176     Popular Dance Styles                                List 4 : Education Studies Elective Units
KDB114     Australian Dance
KDB117     Dance in Education                                  CLB301     Powerful Teachers, Powerful Students

           null                                                CLB302     Identifying And Responding To Student
                                                                          Difference
           DRAMA
                                                               CLB346     Case Studies In Adult And Family Literacy
KTB208     Elements of Drama
                                                               CLB347     Teaching English as an Additional Language
KTB214     Process Drama
                                                               CLB401     Cultural Diversity And Education
KTB251     20th Century Performance
                                                               CLB402     Issues In Indigenous Education
KTB253     Staging Australia
                                                               CLB403     Gender And Sexuality Issues For Teachers
KTB271     Studies in Directing
                                                               EAB423     Museums: Places Of Learning
KTB275     Understanding Performance
                                                               EDB440     Independent Study
KTB278     Technical Theatre
                                                               MDB300     Teaching In The Information Age
           null
                                                               SPB003     Teaching Children with Disabilities
           MUSIC
                                                               SPB004     Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties
KMB619     Music And Sound Technology
                                                               SPB006     Educational Counselling
KMB649     Introductory Musicianship
                                                               SPB007     Human Sexuality and Learning
KMB650     Introductory Ensemble
                                                               SPB009     Research Methods in Education
KMB640     Sex Drugs Rock N Roll
                                                               SPB010     Education, Law and the Beginning Teacher
KMB639-1 Music Directing
                                                               SPB011     Learning/teaching Environments
KMB631     World Music
                                                               SPB012     Classroom and Behaviour Management
           null
                                                               SPB017     Classroom Management: Models And Practice
           VISUAL ARTS
                                                               SPB018     Teaching Strategies
KVB447     Drawing
                                                               SPB019     Introduction to Educational Administration
KVP507     Painting
                                                               SPB020     Classroom Assessment Practices
KVB457     Sculpture
                                                                          EDB440 Independent Study may be taken
KVP503     Clay Materials                                                 once only. An Independent Study Guide and
                                                                          Application are
KVP509     Photographic Media
                                                                          available from the Faculty of Education Office
KVP511     Printmaking                                                    and should be completed and submitted prior
KVB702     Australian and Indigenous Art                                  to the
           null                                                           semester that the study takes place.
           SCIENCE                                                        null
MDB389     Life And Living Processes
                                                               Potential Careers:
MDB390     Natural And Processed Materials
                                                               Child Care Professional, Early Childhood Teacher,
MDB391     Earth And Space                                     Kindergarten Teacher, Preschool Teacher, Teacher.
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                                                                           Discipline Studies Elective (List 1)
Bachelor of Education (Primary) (ED51)
Year offered: 2009                                                         or for LOTE Pathway
Admissions: No                                                             LOTE 4 (List 2)
Course duration (full-time): 4 Years
                                                              CLB372       Sustainable Consumption: From Coca-Cola to
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2106.50                             the Community Co-op
(indicative) per semester
Domestic Entry: February                                      CLB454       Language And Literacy Curriculum
QTAC code: 404202
Past rank cut-off: 80                                         Semester 5
Past OP cut-off: 10                                           SPB002       Psychology of Learning and Teaching
Assumed knowledge: English (4 SA)                             EDB431       Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
Total credit points: 384                                                   Decision Making
Course coordinator: Dr Mary Ryan
                                                                           and either:
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                           Discipline Studies Elective (List 1)
Course structure                                              CLB349       Language And Literacy Curriculum 2
                                                                           or for LOTE Pathway
Semester 1
                                                                           LOTE 5 (List 2)
CLB305       Education In Context
                                                              KKB918       Arts Foundation Studies
CLB344       Language & Literacy Foundations
SPB001       Human Development and Education                  Semester 6
             and one of:                                      CLB306       Understanding Educational Practices
MDB385       Information & Technology in Education            MDB384       Science Education
             or for LOTE Pathway                                           and either:
             LOTE 1 (List 2)                                  MDB374       Mathematics Curriculum 2
                                                                           Discipline Studies Elective (List 1)
Semester 2
                                                                           or for LOTE Pathway
HMB171       Fitness Health and Wellness
                                                                           LOTE 6 (List 2) and
EDB430       Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
             Management                                       KKB914       Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
MDB386       Mathematics Foundations
                                                              Semester 7
             and one of:
                                                              EDB432       Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
CLB369       Social And Environmental Foundations                          Curriculum
             or for LOTE Pathway                              HMB307       Health and Physical Education Curriculum
                                                                           (Primary)
             LOTE 2 (List 2)
                                                              CLB413       Programming And Assessment In Language
Semester 3                                                                 And Mathematics
MDB387       Science Foundations                                           and either:
             and either:                                                   Discipline Studies Elective (List 1)
KKB918       Arts Foundation Studies                                       or for LOTE Pathway
MDB373       Mathematics Curriculum 1                         CLB376       Studies Of Society And Environment
                                                                           Curriculum
CLB376       Studies Of Society And Environment
             Curriculum                                                    Students in LOTE Pathway undertake LOTE
                                                                           professional practice for EDB432
             or for LOTE Pathway
             LOTE 3 (List 2)                                  Semester 8
MDB450       Primary Mathematics Curriculum                                Education Studies Elective
MDB385       Information Technologies In Education                         Education Studies Elective
                                                              EDB433       Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
Semester 4                                                                 Teaching
MDB383       Using Technology In The Curriculum                            and either
             and either:                                                   Curriculum Studies Elective
KKB914       Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1                       or for LOTE Pathway
CLB348       Language And Literacy Curriculum 1               CLB334       Primary Lote Curriculum Studies

                                                              ED51 - Research Pathway Option


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                                                                           Minor
Year 3, Semester 2                                               MDB347    Excursions In Number
EDB410      Introduction To Research Methods                     MDB388    Numeracy in Games of Skill and Chance
MDB374      Mathematics Curriculum 2                             MDB396    Excursions In Geometry
MDB384      Science Education                                              Additional Unit
            Discipline Studies Elective Unit                     MDB349    Excursions in Mathematical Reasoning

Year 4, Semester 1                                               STUDIES OF SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT
EDB411      Dissertation                                                   Minor
EDB432      Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive           CLB371    Knowing Your Environment: From Global
            Curriculum                                                     Issues to Local Action
CLB413      Programming And Assessment In Language               CLB372    Sustainable Consumption: From Coca-Cola to
            And Mathematics                                                the Community Co-op
HMB307      Health and Physical Education Curriculum             CLB373    Environmental Futures in Australia and the
            (Primary)                                                      Asia-Pacific
                                                                 CLB375    Exploring Outdoors: Education in the
Year 4, Semester 2                                                         Environment
CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
EDB411      Dissertation                                         HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
EDB411      Dissertation                                                   Minor
EDB433      Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning           HMB376    Motor Development in Children
            Teaching                                             HMB333    Child and Adolescent Health
ED51 - Middle Years Pathway Option                               HMB315    Performance Skills 2
                                                                           Additional Units
Year 4, Semester 2                                               HMB305    Personal Health
SPB022      The Middle Years Curriculum                          HMB313    Socio-Cultural Foundations of Physical Activity
SPB008      Middle Years Students and Schools                    HMB314    Performance Skills 1
EDB433      Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning           HMB316    Performance Skills 3
            Teaching
                                                                 HMB332    Health Related Fitness
EDB443      Professional Internship Of Associate Teaching
                                                                 PUB127    Health Issues In Australia
List 1 : Discipline Studies Electives                                      HMB315 and HMB314 cannot be taken in the
                                                                           same semester as a Block Practical
            All students (except those following the LOTE
            pathway) take a total of four units from this list   VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS
            during Years 2 - 4 (refer to course structure on               Three units from one of the selected Arts
            previous pages for exact semesters).                           discipline area: Music, Visual Arts, Drama or
                                                                           Dance
            The first three should be drawn from one of the
            specified minors below.                                        Students must satisfy any specific entry
                                                                           requirements for Arts units.
            Students may take the fourth unit from the
            same elective group, or from other                             The fourth unit may be taken from any of these
            undergraduate                                                  areas.
            offerings at QUT.                                              null
                                                                           DANCE
LANGUAGE                                                         KDB125    Deconstructing Dance In History
            Minor                                                KDB106    Dance Analysis
CLB441      Children's Literature                                KDB176    Popular Dance Styles
CLB452      Media Literacy And The School                        KDB114    Australian Dance
CLB451      Storytelling: Cultural Perspectives                  KDB117    Dance in Education
            Additional Units                                               null
CLB446      Understanding Texts and Writing                                DRAMA
CLB321      Writing Workshop                                     KTB208    Elements of Drama
MATHEMATICS                                                      KTB214    Process Drama




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KTB251     20th Century Performance                                       Students who have taken their LOTE to Year
                                                                          12 or equivalent do not take the introductory
KTB253     Staging Australia                                              units.
KSB259     The Performance Instrument: Body and Voice                     The language units in the discipline/content
KTB271     Studies in Directing                                           strand are as follows:
KTB275     Understanding Performance
                                                              FRENCH
KTB278     Technical Theatre
                                                              HHB060      French For The Tourism Industry
           null
                                                              HHB061      French 1
           MUSIC
                                                              HHB062      French 2
KMB619     Music And Sound Technology
                                                              HHB063      French 3
KMB912     Introductory Musicianship
                                                              HHB064      French 4
KMB650     Introductory Ensemble
                                                              HHB065      French 5
           Additional Units
                                                              HHB066      French 6
KMB631     World Music
                                                              HHB067      French 7
KMB639-1 Music Directing
                                                              HHB068      French 8
KMB640     Sex Drugs Rock N Roll
                                                              HHB069      French 9
           null
                                                              HHB070      French 10
           VISUAL ARTS
KVB447     Drawing                                            GERMAN
KVP507     Painting                                           HHB091      German 1
KVB457     Sculpture                                          HHB092      German 2
KVP503     Clay Materials                                     HHB093      German 3
KVP509     Photographic Media                                 HHB094      German 4
KVP511     Printmaking                                        HHB095      German 5
KVB702     Australian and Indigenous Art                      HHB096      German 6
                                                              HHB097      German 7
SCIENCE
                                                              HHB098      German 8
           Minor
MDB389     Life And Living Processes                          INDONESIAN
MDB390     Natural And Processed Materials                    HHB071      Indonesian 1
MDB391     Earth And Space                                    HHB072      Indonesian 2
           Additional Units                                   HHB073      Indonesian 3
LSB142     Human Anatomy and Physiology                       HHB074      Indonesian 4
SCB202     Science, Technology and Society                    HHB075      Indonesian 5
                                                              HHB076      Indonesian 6
TECHNOLOGY
                                                              HHB077      Indonesian 7
           Minor
                                                              HHB078      Indonesian 8
MDB392     Educational Computing Environments
MDB393     Networked Communities                              JAPANESE
MDB397     Digital Media in Education                         HHB081      Japanese 1
MDB377     Project Plan And Implementation For                HHB082      Japanese 2
           Educational Purposes                               HHB083      Japanese 3
List 2 : Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Units            HHB084      Japanese 4
                                                              HHB085      Japanese 5
LOTE UNITS                                                    HHB086      Japanese 6
           General primary/LOTE students are required to      HHB087      Japanese 7
           complete 72 credit points of
                                                              HHB088      Japanese 8
           discipline/content studies plus 12 credit points
           of curriculum studies in one of the
                                                              List 3 : Education Studies Electives
           four languages available.




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CLB302     Identifying And Responding To Student
           Difference
CLB346     Case Studies In Adult And Family Literacy
CLB347     Teaching English as an Additional Language
CLB401     Cultural Diversity And Education
CLB402     Issues In Indigenous Education
CLB403     Gender And Sexuality Issues For Teachers
EAB423     Museums: Places Of Learning
EDB440     Independent Study
EDB443     Professional Internship Of Associate Teaching
SPB003     Teaching Children with Disabilities
SPB004     Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties
SPB006     Educational Counselling
SPB007     Human Sexuality and Learning
SPB008     Middle Years Students and Schools
SPB009     Research Methods in Education
SPB010     Education, Law and the Beginning Teacher
SPB011     Learning/teaching Environments
SPB012     Classroom and Behaviour Management
SPB017     Classroom Management: Models And Practice
SPB018     Teaching Strategies
SPB019     Introduction to Educational Administration
SPB020     Classroom Assessment Practices

List 4 : Curriculum Studies Electives


KKB916     Adv Visual And Performing Arts Curriculum
EDB440     Independent Study
CLB370     Advanced Curriculum: Environmental
           Education
CLB414     Advanced Topics In Language Education
MDB429     Initiatives In Science Education
MDB449     Information Technologies To Support Effective
           Learning And Teaching
SPB015     Getting it all Together: Teachers- Professional
           Work in the Differing Contexts of the Primary
           Classroom
SPB016     Teachers and the Curriculum
SPB022     Middle Years Curriculum, Pedagogy and
           Assessment
HMB341     Sporting and Outdoor Education Administration
           null
           EDB440 Independent Study may be taken
           once only. An Independent Study Guide and
           application are
           available from the Faculty of Education Office.

Potential Careers:
Educator, Primary School Teacher, Teacher.




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                                                               CLB306       Understanding Educational Practices
Bachelor of Education (Early
                                                               EDB421       Early Childhood Professional Practice: Lower
Childhood) (ED52)                                                           Primary
Year offered: 2009
                                                               EAB444       Inclusive Practices In Early Childhood
Admissions: No
Course duration (full-time): 4 Years                                        Early Childhood Curriculum: Elective (List 4)
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,076 (indicative)
per semester                                                   Semester 7
Domestic Entry: February                                       EDB420       Early Childhood Professional Practice: Child
QTAC code: 404162                                                           Care
Past rank cut-off: 80                                          EAB412       Advanced Integrated Early Childhood
Past OP cut-off: 10                                                         Curriculum
OP Guarantee: Yes
                                                               EAB413       Management Of Early Childhood Services
Assumed knowledge: English (4 SA)
Total credit points: 384                                                    Discipline Minor Elective (List 2)
Course coordinator: Dr Susan Walker
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                           Semester 8
                                                               EDB423       Early Childhood Professional Practice: Choice
Course structure
                                                               EAB349       Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts
Semester 1                                                                  Education Studies Elective Unit (List 3)
CLB305       Education In Context                                           Education Studies Elective Unit (List 3)
EAB351       Family Studies And Early Childhood Education      ED52 - Research Pathway Option
MDB386       Mathematics Foundations
             Discipline Foundation Elective (List 1)           Year 3, Semester 2
                                                               EDB410       Introduction To Research Methods
Semester 2                                                     CLB306       Understanding Educational Practices
SPB001       Human Development and Education                   EDB421       Early Childhood Professional Practice: Lower
CLB344       null                                                           Primary
             Early Childhood Curriculum Elective (List 4)      EAB444       Inclusive Practices In Early Childhood
             Discipline Foundation Elective (List 1)
                                                               Year 4, Semester 1
Semester 3                                                     EDB411       Dissertation
EAB442       Motor And Social Development In Early             EDB420       Early Childhood Professional Practice: Child
             Childhood                                                      Care
EAB347       Early Childhood Curriculum: Early                 EAB412       Advanced Integrated Early Childhood
             Mathematical Explorations                                      Curriculum
EDB422       Early Childhood Professional Practice:            EAB413       Management Of Early Childhood Services
             Preschool/kindergarten
             Discipline Foundation Elective (List 1)           Year 4, Semester 2
                                                               EDB411       Dissertation
Semester 4                                                     EDB411       Dissertation
EAB345       Early Childhood Curriculum: Language              EAB349       Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts
             Education
                                                               EDB423       Early Childhood Professional Practice: Choice
EAB443       Cognition And Language In Early Childhood
EAB346       Early Childhood Curriculum: Science, Society      List 1 : Discipline Foundation Elective Units
             And The Environment
             Discipline Minor Elective (List 2)                Studies of Society and Environment
                                                               CLB369       Social And Environmental Foundations
Semester 5
SPB002       Psychology of Learning and Teaching               Health and Physical Education
EAB350       Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum: Literacy     HMB171       Fitness Health and Wellness
             And Numeracy In The Early Years
EAB348       Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts                  Visual and Performing Arts
             Discipline Minor Elective (List 2)                KKB918       Arts Foundation Studies

Semester 6                                                     Science




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    _____________________________________________________________________________
MDB387       Science Foundations                               KTB271       Studies in Directing
                                                               KTB275       Understanding Performance
Technology
                                                               KTB278       Technical Theatre
MDB385       Information Technologies In Education
                                                                            null
List 2 : Discipline Minor Elective Units                                    MUSIC
                                                               KMB619       Music And Sound Technology
Language
                                                               KMB649       Introductory Musicianship
CLB441       Children's Literature
                                                               KMB650       Introductory Ensemble
CLB452       Media Literacy And The School
                                                               KMB640       Sex Drugs Rock N Roll
CLB451       Storytelling: Cultural Perspectives
                                                               KMB639-1 Music Directing
CLB321       Writing Workshop
                                                               KMB631       World Music
CLB446       Understanding Texts and Writing
                                                                            null
Mathematics                                                                 VISUAL ARTS
MDB347       Excursions In Number                              KVB447       Drawing
MDB396       Excursions In Geometry                            KVP507       Painting
MDB388       Numeracy in Games of Skill and Chance             KVB457       Sculpture
MDB349       Excursions in Mathematical Reasoning              KVP503       Clay Materials
                                                               KVP509       Photographic Media
Studies of Society and Environment
                                                               KVP511       Printmaking
CLB371       Knowing Your Environment: From Global
             Issues to Local Action                            KVB702       Australian and Indigenous Art
CLB372       Sustainable Consumption: From Coca-Cola to
             the Community Co-op                               Science
CLB375       Exploring Outdoors: Education in the              MDB389       Life And Living Processes
             Environment                                       MDB390       Natural And Processed Materials
                                                               MDB391       Earth And Space
Health and Physical Education
HMB376       Motor Development in Children                     Technology
HMB333       Child and Adolescent Health                       MDB383       Using Technology In The Curriculum
HMB375       Adapted Physical Activity                         MDB393       Networked Communities
HMB315       Performance Skills 2                              MDP536       Computer Graphics In Teaching
                                                               MDB397       Digital Media in Education
Visual and Performing Arts
             Three level one units from the selected Arts      List 3 : Early Childhood Curriculum Elective Units
             discipline area:
             Music, Visual Arts, Drama or Dance.               Elective unit offerings subject to approval
             Students must satisfy any specific entry          EAB360       Early Childhood Drama In Education
             requirements for Arts units.
                                                               EAB361       Storytelling In Early Childhood
             This could include auditions or portfolios.
                                                               EAB362       Ethical Responsibilities In Early Childhood
             DANCE
                                                               EAB363       Creating Curriculum With Young Children
KDB125       Deconstructing Dance In History
                                                               EAB415       Resource/support Programs In Early Childhood
KDB106       Dance Analysis
                                                               EAB416       Early Childhood Art Education
KDB176       Popular Dance Styles
                                                               EAB418       Studies In Narrative For Young Children
KDB114       Australian Dance
                                                               EAB419       Music Education For Diverse Learners
KDB117       Dance in Education
                                                               EAB420       Children, Teachers And The Environment
             null
                                                               EAB421       Everyday Food Learning
             DRAMA
                                                               EAB422       Information and Communication Technologies
KTB208       Elements of Drama                                              and the Young Child
KTB214       Process Drama                                     EDB440       Independent Study
KTB251       20th Century Performance                                       EDB440 Independent Study may be taken
                                                                            once only. An Independent Study Guide
KTB253       Staging Australia



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            and application are available from the Faculty
            of Education Office.

List 4 : Education Studies Electives

Students select two units
CLB301      Powerful Teachers, Powerful Students
CLB302      Identifying And Responding To Student
            Difference
CLB346      Case Studies In Adult And Family Literacy
CLB347      Teaching English as an Additional Language
CLB401      Cultural Diversity And Education
CLB402      Issues In Indigenous Education
CLB403      Gender And Sexuality Issues For Teachers
EAB423      Museums: Places Of Learning
EDB440      Independent Study
EDB443      Professional Internship Of Associate Teaching
SPB003      Teaching Children with Disabilities
SPB004      Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties
SPB006      Educational Counselling
SPB007      Human Sexuality and Learning
SPB009      Research Methods in Education
SPB010      Education, Law and the Beginning Teacher
SPB011      Learning/teaching Environments
SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management
SPB017      Classroom Management: Models And Practice
SPB018      Teaching Strategies
SPB019      Introduction to Educational Administration
SPB020      Classroom Assessment Practices
MDB300      Teaching In The Information Age

Potential Careers:
Teacher.




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Bachelor of Education (Preservice)                              Eighth Semester of Study (July to October)
                                                                SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
(Early Childhood) (ED53)
Year offered: 2009                                              EDB423      Early Childhood Professional Practice: Choice
Admissions: No
CRICOS code: Not required
Course duration (external): 5 years
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,076 (indicative)
per semester
Total credit points: 384 (192 awarded upon entry to the
course)
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24
Course coordinator: Dr Jo Ailwood
Campus: External

Course structure - First Semester Entry

First Semester of Study (March to June)
EAP533      Change In Children: Birth To Eight Years
EAB348      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts

Second Semester of Study (July to October)
EAB351      Family Studies And Early Childhood Education
OR          null
EAB364      Academic And Professional Communication
AND         null
EAB413      Management Of Early Childhood Services

Third Semester of Study (March to June)
EAB347      Early Childhood Curriculum: Early
            Mathematical Explorations
EAB346      Early Childhood Curriculum: Science, Society
            And The Environment

Fourth Semester of Study (July to October)
EAB345      Early Childhood Curriculum: Language
            Education
EAB444      Inclusive Practices In Early Childhood

Fifth Semester of Study (March to June)
EDB422      Early Childhood Professional Practice:
            Preschool/kindergarten
AND         null
CLB402      Issues In Indigenous Education
OR          (For International Students Only)
CLB401      Cultural Diversity And Education

Sixth Semester of Study (July to October)
EDB421      Early Childhood Professional Practice: Lower
            Primary
EAB445      Applied Studies Of Children In Early Childhood
            Contexts

Seventh Semester of Study (March to June)
CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
EAB412      Advanced Integrated Early Childhood
            Curriculum




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                                                                           Studies 1
Bachelor of Education (Secondary) -
                                                               KVB412      Art Curriculum Studies 1
Graduate Course (ED55)                                         MDB325      Biology Curriculum Studies 1
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: No                                                 CLB357      Business Communications And Technologies
CRICOS code: 031572G                                                       Curriculum Studies 1
Course duration (full-time): 2 years; 1.5 years Summer         MDB327      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 1
Program Option                                                 MDB329      Computing Curriculum Studies 1
Course duration (part-time): 4 years; 3 years Summer
Program Option                                                 KDB421      Dance Curriculum Studies 1
Course duration (external): 2 years full-time or 4 years       KTB414      Drama Curriculum Studies 1
part-time; 1.5 years full-time or 3 years part-time Summer     MDB331      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 1
Program Option
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $1,999 (indicative)      CLB359      Economics Curriculum Studies 1
per semester                                                   CLB325      English Curriculum Studies 1
Domestic Entry: 1                                              CLB447      English As A Second Language Curriculum
QTAC code: 424401 (internal) and 424405 (external)                         Studies 1
Total credit points: 192
                                                               CLB327      Film And Media Curriculum Studies 1
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                               CLB361      Geography Curriculum Studies 1
Full-time Internal/External Course Structure                   HMB390      Health Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                               CLB363      History Curriculum Studies 1
Semester 1
                                                               PUB312      Home Economics Curriculum Studies 1
SPB001       Human Development and Education
                                                               CLB365      Legal Studies Curriculum Studies 1
EDB450       Secondary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
             Management                                        CLB329      Lote Curriculum Studies 1
             External Students:                                MDB333      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 1
CLB341       Language, Technology And Education                KMP423      Music Curriculum Studies 1
             Internal Students:                                KMP434      Music Curriculum Studies 1A
EDB006       Learning Networks                                 HMB310      Physical Education Curriculum Studies 1
EDB001       Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in      MDB335      Physics Curriculum Studies 1
             New Times                                         CLB449      Primary Lote Curriculum Studies 1
Semester 2                                                     MDB337      Science Curriculum Studies 1
SPB002       Psychology of Learning and Teaching               CLB367      Social Science Curriculum Studies 1
EDB451       Secondary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum     ED55 Curriculum Studies 2
             Decision Making
             Curriculum Studies 1X (See List 1)
                                                               CLB356      Accounting/business Management Curriculum
             Curriculum Studies 1Y (See List 1)                            Studies 2
                                                               KVB413      Art Curriculum Studies 2
Semester 3
                                                               MDB326      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
CLB306       Understanding Educational Practices
                                                               CLB358      Business Communications And Technologies
EDB452       Secondary Professional Practice 3: The                        Curriculum Studies 2
             Inclusive Curriculum
                                                               MDB328      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
             Curriculum Studies 2X
                                                               MDB330      Computing Curriculum Studies 2
             Curriculum Studies 2Y
                                                               KDB429      Dance Curriculum Studies 2
Semester 4                                                     KTB415      Drama Curriculum Studies 2
EDB453       Secondary Professional Practice 4: Beginning      MDB332      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2
             Teaching
                                                               CLB360      Economics Curriculum Studies 2
             Education Studies Elective
                                                               CLB326      English Curriculum Studies 2
             Education Studies Elective
                                                               CLB448      English As A Second Language Curriculum
             Curriculum Elective                                           Studies 2
                                                               CLB328      Film And Media Curriculum Studies 2
ED55 Curriculum Studies 1
                                                               CLB362      Geography Curriculum Studies 2
CLB355       Accounting/business Management Curriculum         HMB395      Health Education Curriculum Studies 2




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CLB364    History Curriculum Studies 2
PUB322    Home Economics Curriculum Studies 2
CLB366    Legal Studies Curriculum Studies 2
CLB330    Lote Curriculum Studies 2
MDB334    Mathematics Curriculum Studies 2: Senior
          Mathematics
MDB452    Mathematics Curriculum Studies 2: Junior and
          Vocational Mathematics
KMP431    Music Curriculum Studies 2
KMP433    Music Curriculum Studies 2A
HMB370    Physical Education Curriculum Studies 2
MDB336    Physics Curriculum Studies 2
CLB450    Primary Lote Curriculum Studies 2
MDB338    Science Curriculum Studies 2
CLB368    Social Science Curriculum Studies 2

Potential Careers:
Dance Teacher, Drama Teacher, Educator, English
Teacher, Music Teacher, Secondary School Teacher,
Teacher, Visual Arts Teacher.




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    _____________________________________________________________________________
                                                                           External Students:
Bachelor of Education (Primary) -
                                                               KKB914      Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
Graduate Course (ED56)
Year offered: 2009                                                         Internal Students:
Admissions: No                                                 KKB201      Primary Curriculum & Pedagogies: Music,
CRICOS code: 031572G                                                       Visual Arts & Media
Course duration (full-time): 2 years; 1.5 years Summer                     OR
Program Option
                                                               KKB202      Primary Curriculum & Pedagogies: Dance &
Course duration (part-time): 4 years; 3 years Summer                       Drama
Program Option
Course duration (external): 2 years full-time or 4 years       Potential Careers:
part-time; 1.5 years full-time or 3 years part-time Summer
Program Option                                                 Educator, Primary School Teacher, Teacher.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $1,999 (indicative)
per semester
Domestic Entry: 1
QTAC code: internal) and 424205 (external)
Total credit points: 192
Campus: Kelvin Grove

Full-time: Internal/External Course Structure

Semester 1 (Full-Time Course Structure)
EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
            New Times
MDB450      Primary Mathematics Curriculum
EDB430      Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
            Management
CLB376      Studies Of Society And Environment
            Curriculum

Semester 2 (Full-Time Course Structure)
SPB001      Human Development and Education
CLB454      Language And Literacy Curriculum
MDB004      Teaching Primary ICT
EDB431      Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
            Decision Making

Semester 3 (Full-Time Course Structure)
            Students with an approved LOTE background
            in their undergraduate degree who wish to
            undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
            Studies in place of CLB413 Programming and
            Assessment in Language and Mathematics
            should contact the Student Affairs office on
            3864 3947. Primary LOTE Curriculum Studies
            is only offered internally in semester two.
SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
EDB432      Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
            Curriculum
HMB307      Health and Physical Education Curriculum
            (Primary)
CLB413      Programming And Assessment In Language
            And Mathematics

Semester 4 (Full-Time Course Structure)
CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
MDB384      Science Education
EDB433      Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
            Teaching




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    _____________________________________________________________________________

Bachelor of Education (Early
Childhood) - Graduate Course (ED57)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: No
CRICOS code: 031572G
Course duration (full-time): 2 years; 1.5 years Summer
Program Option
Course duration (part-time): 4 years; 3 years Summer
Program Option
Course duration (external): 4 years part-time or 2 years
full-time; 1.5 years full-time or 3 years part-time Summer
Program Option
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $1,999 (indicative)
per semester
Domestic Entry: 1
QTAC code: 424101 (internal) and 424105 (external)
Total credit points: 192
Campus: Kelvin Grove

Full-time Internal/External Course Structure

Semester 1 (Full-time Course Structure)
EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
            New Times
EDB011      Early Childhood Field Studies 1: Development
            and Learning in the Field
EAB442      Motor And Social Development In Early
            Childhood
EAB014      Early Childhood Mathematics Education

Semester 2 (Full-time Course Structure)
SPB001      Human Development and Education
EDB012      Early Childhood Field Studies 2: Practising
            Education in the Field
EAB345      Early Childhood Curriculum: Language
            Education
EAB443      Cognition And Language In Early Childhood

Semester 3 (Full-time Course Structure)
SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
EDB420      Early Childhood Professional Practice: Child
            Care
EAB413      Management Of Early Childhood Services
EAB011      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 1

Semester 4 (Full-time Course Structure)
CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
EDB423      Early Childhood Professional Practice: Choice
EAB346      Early Childhood Curriculum: Science, Society
            And The Environment
EAB444      Inclusive Practices In Early Childhood

Potential Careers:
Child Care Professional, Early Childhood Teacher,
Educator, Kindergarten Teacher, Preschool Teacher,
Primary School Teacher, Teacher.




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    _____________________________________________________________________________

Graduate Certificate in Education                                 The study areas have been reviewed and now include:
                                                                  - Career Development
(ED61)                                                            - Early Years
Year offered: 2009                                                - Education Research: Theory and Practice
Admissions: Yes                                                   - Higher Education
CRICOS code: 014019G                                              - ICT
Course duration (full-time): 1 semester (subject to unit          - Information-Learning Connections
availability)                                                     - Leadership and Management
Course duration (part-time): 2 semesters                          - Learning Innovation and Futures
Course duration (external): 2 semesters                           - Studies in Literacy
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,081 (indicative)         - Teaching for Diversity: Disability and Learning Difficulties
per semester, Full fee tuition $6,750 (indicative) per            - Vocational Education and Training
semester
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,250
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)              How to Apply
Domestic Entry: February, July
                                                                  Domestic students apply directly to QUT Student Services
International Entry: February, July. International students
                                                                  on a PG form. International students complete an F form.
on a student visa can only study in fulltime and internal - on
                                                                  These can be accessed from studentservices.qut.com
campus mode
                                                                  under 'Postgraduate admissions'; at QUT Student Centre
Assumed knowledge: Assume technical access
                                                                  counters; or by telephoning 07 3138 2000.
Total credit points: 48
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24
                                                                  Application forms must be accompanied by supporting
Course coordinator: Contact Education Student Affairs
                                                                  documents such as transcripts and parchments from
Section 3138 3947, or educationenq@qut.edu.au
                                                                  previous studies; and if applicable, a signed letter from your
Discipline coordinator: Course Coordinator: Dr Alan
                                                                  employer on official letterhead or other official documents to
Roberts
                                                                  support at least one year's practical experience in some
Campus: Internet and Kelvin Grove
                                                                  branch of education acceptable to the Executive Dean.
Overview
                                                                  Students undertaking study area Early Childhood must also
The Graduate Certificate in Education provides a two-             supply evidence of their teacher registration.
semester part-time or one-semester full-time postgraduate
course in a range of study areas. You will acquire                Originals must be supplied or copies certified by a Justice of
knowledge and understanding of specific issues in                 the Peace; Commissioner of Declarations (registration
education, develop the skills necessary to identify and           numbers must be provided); or by QUT Student Centre
evaluate these issues, provide leadership within an               staff. If documents are in a language other than English the
educational setting and acquire abilities to manage the           original document must also have an official English
problems identified.                                              translation. Documents will not be returned unless you
                                                                  provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope with you
Entry requirements                                                application. Transcripts and parchments from QUT and
An appropriate four-year bachelor degree or equivalent at a       other Queensland universities need not be supplied.
standard acceptable to the Executive Dean, OR an
appropriate three-year bachelor degree or equivalent at a         Further Information
standard acceptable to the Executive Dean plus at least one       Faculty of Education: phone +61 7 3138 3947, fax +61 7
year's appropriate professional or industrial experience.         3138 3949 or e-mail educationenq@qut.edu.au
Students undertaking the Early Childhood study area must
be qualified teachers.                                            Course structure

Please refer to the How to apply link.                            Career Development
Course Structure                                                                Australian Career Development Studies -
                                                                                DEST. Advanced standing of 12 credit points
The Graduate Certificate in Education course consists of 48                     will be granted for the three modules
credit points of study from the Master of Learning Innovation                   completed online
deemed by the Executive Dean to form a coherent program           SPN651        Introductory Educational Counselling
of study. Units can be presented in internal, flexible or block
mode (where students are required to attend campus for up                       OR
to five days normally during the January or July school           SPN610        Advanced Educational Counselling
holiday period). In some instances units can be completed         SPN618        Career Development and Professional Practice
in a modularised form which allows students to complete the
assessment on a credit point basis.                               SPN620        Career Counselling

Study Areas                                                       Early Years
                                                                  EAN601        Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in




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             Early Childhood                                     SPN644      Inclusive Education: Theory, Policy and
EAN603       Child Development in Context                                    Practice

EAN616       Language, Literacies and Communication in           SPN647      Understanding Reading and Writing Difficulties
             Early Childhood                                     SPN649      Supporting Learners With Behavioural
EAN614       Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood                            Difficulties in the Inclusive Classroom
                                                                 SPN650      Introduction To Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Education Research: Theory and Practice
EDN604-2 Facilitated Study Unit                                  Vocational Education and Training

EDN604-1 Facilitated Study Unit                                  EDN603      Facilitated Study Unit

EDN612       Conducting Innovative Educational Research          SPN653      Teaching, Learning and Assessing in
                                                                             Vocational Education and Training
EDN619       Educational Research: Design, Methodology
             and Analysis                                        CLN655      Contexts and Issues in Vocational Education
                                                                 SPN652      Managing Vocational Education Programs
Higher Education
EDN626       Learning And Teaching In Higher Education           Potential Careers:
EDN627       Contexts And Issues In Higher Education             Academic, Administrator, Adult/Workplace Educator,
                                                                 Business Development Officer, Community Education
EDN629       Online Design: Implications for Learning            Officer, Disability Services Worker, Educator, Guidance
EDN630       Curriculum Design, Assessment and                   Officer, Higher Education Worker, Human Resource
             Evaluation in Higher Education                      Developer, Human Resource Manager, Manager, TAFE
                                                                 Teacher, Teacher, Trainer, Youth Worker.
ICT
MDN642       Digital Pedagogies
MDN643       Digital Perspectives
MDN644       Digital Expectancies: Innovative Practices With
             Emerging Technologies
MDN645       Digital Leadership: Policy and Planning For the
             Future

Information-Learning Connections
CLN601       Cyberlearning
CLN603       Designing Spaces for Learning
CLN647       Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts
CLN650       Information-Learning Nexus

Leadership and Management
SPN625       Leadership Concepts, Theories and Issues
SPN626       Leading and Managing People
SPN645       Leadership, Policy and Change in Action
SPN646       Strategic Management

Learning Innovation and Futures
CLN601       Cyberlearning
CLN604       Globalisation and Educational Change
EDN603       Facilitated Study Unit
MDN642       Digital Pedagogies

Studies in Literacy
CLN651       Multiliteracies and Communication: Purpose,
             Context and Audience
CLN652       Literacies For English Language Learners
CLN653       Disciplinary Literacies
CLN654       Grammar, Text Types and Modes of Delivery

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Graduate Certificate in Education                                Domestic students apply directly to QUT Student Services
                                                                 on a PG form. International students complete an F form.
(Teaching English to Speakers of Other                           These can be accessed from studentservices.qut.com
Languages - TESOL) (ED77)                                        under 'Postgraduate admissions'; at QUT Student Centre
Year offered: 2009                                               counters; or by telephoning 07 3138 2000.
Admissions: Yes
CRICOS code: 014019G                                             Application forms must be accompanied by supporting
Course duration (full-time): 1 semester                          documents such as transcripts and parchments from
Course duration (part-time): 2 semesters                         previous studies; and a signed letter from your employer on
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: Full fee tuition $6,750        official letterhead or other official documents to support at
(indicative) per semester                                        least one year's practical experience in some branch of
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $9,250                  education acceptable to the Executive Dean.
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
Domestic Entry: February and July                                Originals must be supplied or copies certified by a Justice of
International Entry: February and July                           the Peace; Commissioner of Declarations (registration
Total credit points: 48                                          numbers must be provided); or by QUT Student Centre
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                staff. If documents are in a language other than English the
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24                original document must also have an official English
Course coordinator: Dr Karen Woodman                             translation. Documents will not be returned unless you
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                             provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope with you
                                                                 application. Transcripts and parchments from QUT and
Overview                                                         other Queensland universities need not be supplied.
The Master of Education and Graduate Certificate in
                                                                 Further information
Education (TESOL) are coursework awards that provide
students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills         Faculty of Education Office
required to gain employment in the field of teaching English     Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
to speakers of other languages.                                  Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
                                                                 e-mail: educationenq@qut.edu.au (please include a postal
Entry Requirements                                               address with e-mail enquires)
Applicants must possess an appropriate bachelor degree or
                                                                 Full Time Course Structure
equivalent at a standard acceptable to the Executive Dean
of the Faculty and at least one year's practical experience in
some branch of education acceptable to the Executive             First semester of study
Dean.                                                                          Students enrol in two core units:
                                                                 CLN608        Second Language Acquisition
You must have the appropriate English language proficiency
level to study your proposed course before you are admitted      CLN612        Principles Of Second Language Methodology
into QUT. There are two formal tests of English proficiency                    and choose two options from the list of option
which QUT will accept: IELTS and TOEFL.                                        units.
                                                                               Option unit
- IELTS: overall band score of 6.5 with no sub-band below
                                                                               Option unit
6.0; or
- TOEFL (iBT): overall score of 90 with no sub-score below       Part Time Course Structure
20 (if TOEFL permitted by visa requirements).
                                                                 First semester of study
You may be exempt from taking a formal test if your
secondary or post-secondary studies were conducted                             Students enrol in the two core units:
entirely in English and you have passed an English               CLN608        Second Language Acquisition
language or one or more communication subjects.
                                                                 CLN612        Principles Of Second Language Methodology
Pleasde refer to the How to apply link.
                                                                 Second semester of study
Course structure                                                               and choose two options from the list of option
                                                                               units.
The Graduate Certificate in Education (TESOL) consists of
four units taken from the Master of Education (TESOL)                          Option unit
course. Students are required to complete the two core                         Option unit
units Second Language Acquisition and Principles of
Second Language Methodology and two electives.                   Option Units

                                                                 Option List
How to apply
                                                                               Note, a selection of these units will be offered




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           each semester.
           Some options may be offered in Summer
           Program.
CLN613     Second Language Curriculum Design Options
CLN615     Directed Reading In Second Language
           Education
CLN616     Language Assessment In TESOL
CLN617     Personalised Language Development
CLN618     Technology And Second Language Learning
CLN619     Functional Grammar And Discourse
CLN620     Language And Culture
CLN640     Sociolinguistics
CLN641     From Theory To Practice - Practical
           Applications In The TESOL Classroom
CLN642     Grammar For Teachers
CLN643     English Language Teaching Management
EDN603     Facilitated Study Unit
EDN604-1 Facilitated Study Unit
EDN604-2 Facilitated Study Unit
EDN611     Professional Applications of Research
EDN612     Conducting Innovative Educational Research

Potential Careers:
Educator, English Teacher, Teacher, TESOL Teacher.




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                                                               China: 10800 61 00 246
Master of Education (Teaching English                          Australia: 1800 1818 48
as a Foreign Language - TEFL) (ED78)
Year offered: 2009                                             Application forms must be accompanied by supporting
Admissions: Yes                                                documents such as transcripts and parchments from
CRICOS code: 062735C                                           previous studies.
Course duration (full-time): 1 year
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: Full fee tuition $6,750      Originals must be supplied or copies certified by a Justice of
(indicative) per semester                                      the Peace; Commissioner of Declarations (registration
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $9,250                numbers must be provided); or by QUT Student Centre
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)           staff. If documents are in a language other than English the
International Entry: February and July                         original document must also have an official English
Course coordinator: Dr Karen Woodman                           translation. Documents will not be returned unless you
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                           provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope with you
                                                               application. Transcripts and parchments from QUT and
Overview                                                       other Queensland universities need not be supplied.
The Master of Education (TEFL) is a coursework award
designed to meet the needs of international students           Further Information
seeking a course which is specifically focused on teaching     Faculty of Education Office
English as a Foreign Language in their home context.           Telephone: 61 7 3138 3947
                                                               Fax: 61 7 3138 3949
Entry Requirements                                             Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
Entry to the course requires successful completion of a
degree award deemed to be at least equivalent to an            Course structure
Australian bachelors degree.
                                                               First semester of study
International Students studying in Australia on a Student      CLN608      Second Language Acquisition
Visa may only enrol in full-time internal programs offered
on-campus.                                                     CLN617      Personalised Language Development
                                                               CLN621      Principles of English as a Foreign Language
International Students must have the appropriate English                   (EFL) Methodology
language proficiency level to study your proposed course       CLN622      Professional Practice in the EFL Context
before you are admitted into QUT. There are two formal
tests of English proficiency which QUT will accept: IELTS      Second semester of study
and TOEFL.
                                                                           You may choose four (4) electives from the
                                                                           following units. Not all electives are offered
- IELTS: overall band score of 6.5 with no sub-band below                  each semester
6.0; or
                                                               CLN613      Second Language Curriculum Design Options
- TOEFL (iBT): overall score of 90 with no sub-score below
20 (if TOEFL permitted by visa requirements).                  CLN615      Directed Reading In Second Language
                                                                           Education
You may be exempt from taking a formal test if your            CLN616      Language Assessment In TESOL
secondary or post-secondary studies were conducted             CLN618      Technology And Second Language Learning
entirely in English and you have passed an English
language or one or more communication subjects.                CLN619      Functional Grammar And Discourse
                                                               CLN620      Language And Culture
Please refer to the 'How to apply' link.                       CLN640      Sociolinguistics

Course Structure                                               CLN641      From Theory To Practice - Practical
                                                                           Applications In The TESOL Classroom
Students are required to complete 8 units (96 credit points)
                                                               CLN642      Grammar For Teachers
of study. This includes the four compulsory units and four
electives which may be selected from those on offer in the     CLN643      English Language Teaching Management
ED14 Master of Education (TESOL)course.                                    Students can also select from the follwoing
                                                                           ED79 Master of Education Units:
How to apply                                                   EDN603      Facilitated Study Unit
International students complete an F form. These can be
                                                               EDN604-1 Facilitated Study Unit
accessed from studentservices.qut.com under
'Postgraduate admissions'; at QUT Student Centre               EDN604-2 Facilitated Study Unit
counters; or by telephoning (international and domestic): 61   EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
3 9627 4853; Fax: 61 3 9627 4863
                                                               EDN612      Conducting Innovative Educational Research
Free-call numbers:




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Potential Careers:
Academic, TESOL Teacher.




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Master of Education (ED79)                                       - IELTS: overall band score of 6.5 with no sub-band below
Year offered: 2009
                                                                 6.0; or
Admissions: Yes
                                                                 - TOEFL (iBT): overall score of 90 with no sub-score below
CRICOS code: 064908D
                                                                 20 (if TOEFL permitted by visa requirements).
Course duration (full-time): 1 year
Course duration (part-time): 2 years
                                                                 You may be exempt from taking a formal test if your
Course duration (external): 1 or 2 years
                                                                 secondary or post-secondary studies were conducted
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,284 (indicative)
                                                                 entirely in English and you have passed an English
per semester, Full fee Tuition $6,750 (indicative) per
                                                                 language or one or more communication subjects.
semester
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,250
                                                                 Please refer to the How to apply link.
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
Domestic Entry: February and July
                                                                 How to Apply
International Entry: February and July
Total credit points: 96                                          Domestic students apply directly to QUT Student Services
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                on a PG form. International students complete an F form.
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24                These can be accessed from studentservices.qut.com
Course coordinator: Dr Alan Roberts                              under 'Postgraduate admissions'; at QUT Student Centre
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                             counters; or by telephoning 07 3138 2000.

Course Overview                                                  Application forms must be accompanied by supporting
                                                                 documents such as transcripts and parchments from
The Faculty of Education has completely revised its Masters
                                                                 previous studies; and if applicable, a signed letter from your
program and will now offer the Master of Education ED79 in
                                                                 employer on official letterhead or other official documents to
2009, replacing the Master of Learning Innovation ED09.
                                                                 support at least one year's practical experience in some
                                                                 branch of education acceptable to the Executive Dean.
The Master's program is focusing on specialised study
areas that are currently in demand and featuring innovative
                                                                 Students undertaking study areas in Early Childhood
areas. The course has a fresh new approach to learning
                                                                 Teaching, Public Education, School Guidance and
that values both the individual component and peer-to-peer
                                                                 Counselling, and Teacher-Librarianship (subject to
relationships.
                                                                 approval) must also supply evidence of their teacher
                                                                 registration.
These programs will suit teachers, educators and graduates
with relevant employment experience who are seeking to
                                                                 Originals must be supplied or copies certified by a Justice of
make a career change within education or enhance their
                                                                 the Peace; Commissioner of Declarations (registration
existing education career.
                                                                 numbers must be provided); or by QUT Student Centre
                                                                 staff. If documents are in a language other than English the
International Programs of Study
                                                                 original document must also have an official English
Recommended programs of study are available for                  translation. Documents will not be returned unless you
international students. Please refer to the structures section   provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope with you
for more information.                                            application. Transcripts and parchments from QUT and
                                                                 other Queensland universities need not be supplied.
Entry Requirements
Applicants for the Master of Education must hold:                Study Area Overview
- An appropriate four year Bachelor degree or equivalent at      Domestic Students:
a standard acceptable to the Executive Dean                      Career Development
OR                                                               Early Childhood Teaching
- A three year bachelor degree or equivalent at a standard       Early Years
acceptable to the Executive Dean PLUS at least one year of       Education Research: Theory and Practice
appropriate professional or industrial experience.               Higher Education
                                                                 Information Communication Technology
Students undertaking study areas in Early Childhood              Information-Learning Connections
Teaching, Public Education; School Guidance and                  Leadership and Management
Counselling; and Teacher-Librarianship (subject to               Learning Innovations and Futures
approval) must be registered teachers.                           Public Education
                                                                 School Guidance and Counselling - Option A
International Students studying in Australia on a Student        School Guidance and Counselling - Option B (CICA
Visa may only enrol in full-time internal programs offered       eligibility)
on-campus. You must have the appropriate English                 Studies in Literacy
language proficiency level to study your proposed course         Teacher-Librarianship
before you are admitted into QUT. There are two formal           Teaching for Diversity: Disabilities and Learning Difficulties
tests of English proficiency which QUT will accept: IELTS        Vocational Education and Training
and TOEFL.



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                                                                 option to progress into higher degree study. While you may
International Students:                                          wish to pursue this area as an end in itself, you may wish to
Generic Program for International Students                       move to specific research projects either for awards within
Early Years Program for International Students                   the higher education sector or as part or your work within
Leadership and Management for International Students             specific organisations.

Domestic Student Programs:                                       Higher Education
                                                                 Teaching and learning are core functions of all higher
Career Development                                               education institutions. The need to ensure quality in
The field of career development has undergone significant        teaching and learning within the higher education sector is
change with the attendant demand for accountability and          increasingly a focus of a number of initiatives. This study
accreditation. Successful completion of this study area will     area develops and extends your skills in teaching, explores
enable you to work as a career counsellor, career teacher or     teaching and learning theories and the strategies, models
career coach. The Career Development study area is               and concepts that are relevant to teaching and learning in a
recognised by Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA).       higher education setting, and develops the capacity to
This endorsement has been granted for a five year period         critically reflect on professional practice.
until 2014.
                                                                 Professional development activities undertaken by staff may
Successful completion of the three (3) online Australian         be recognised for advanced standing into the study area.
Career Development Studies modules available through             You will need to complete an Advanced Standing
DEST will enable you to receive 12 credit points of              application form and document appropriately for
advanced standing which will go towards satisfying the           consideration by the Faculty.
study area requirements.
                                                                 Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Early Childhood Teaching                                         This study area will enhance your knowledge of ICT in
The study area will enable you to develop in-depth               teaching and learning. The content will provide the bridge
theoretical and practical knowledge and understanding of         between theory and practice in the use of ICT in teaching
current theory and research that will inform effective           and learning. Major theoretical frameworks will be
practice with young children and their families in early years   introduced in order to analyse and plan effective learning
programs and services.                                           experiences with ICT. Curriculum needs related to
                                                                 integration of ICT will be critically evaluated. The final
This is a specialist study area which enables qualified          leadership unit will allow teachers aspiring to be leaders to
teachers upon completion, to become early childhood              address critical ICT agendas and encourage informed policy
specialists, both in schools and as leaders in child care        development.
settings. Furthermore, the Early Childhood Teaching study
area is recognised as a specialist early childhood               Information-Learning Connections
qualification with Queensland Department of Communities          This study area enables you to extend your conceptual
and the Creche and Kindergarten Association (C&K).               understandings and professional practices for learning and
                                                                 teaching in rapidly changing information-rich learning
Early Years                                                      environments. It will provide an opportunity for your career
Early years programs have significant importance in current      development across Education, Librarianship, and
education policies, nationally and internationally. Early        Information Services. Potential students include:
childhood research has consistently provided evidence that       experienced teachers and teacher-librarians; academics;
the experiences and environments of children in the early        instructional designers; academic developers; learning
years are important to strong social-emotional development       support specialists; academic, public and corporate
and positive learning outcomes through school and into           librarians; information professionals; workplace educators.
adulthood. Thus, the early years has consequences for
childrenâs health and well-being across their life course.       Leadership and Management
Because of increased recognition of the importance of the        The Leadership and Management study area focus lies with
early years to later outcomes, there is increased demand for     building and enhancing leadership capacity in aspiring and
highly trained professionals who can support the diverse         existing leaders. The units provide leaders with requisite
learning needs of young children.                                knowledge and understanding of central concepts
                                                                 connected to leading others, leading change processes,
It should enable you to develop your knowledge and               understanding and interpreting policy, and strategic
understanding of current theory and research that will inform    managerial skills required in planning, monitoring and
effective practice with young children and their families in     evaluating organisational systems.
early years programs and services.
                                                                 Learning Innovation and Futures
Education Research: Theory and Practice
                                                                 The study area will encourage you to consider the nature
This study area will encourage and enhance critical thinking     and direction of innovation and learning futures in the
in a specific area of education of interest to you and provide   context of your professional learning environments and
the research grounding in a focussed area to give you the        contexts. It will provide opportunities for you to consider the



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current and future directions of learning in learning
environments in general and your own professional context          Teacher-Librarianship
in particular, both by achieving mastery of current futures        This is a specialist degree that prepares teachers for
orientated literature and by applying this knolwedge to your       professional leadership as teacher-librarians in primary and
own personal and professional situation.                           secondary schools. You may also be eligible for
                                                                   employment in other sectors of library and information work.
It will enhance the theoretical understandings and                 To practise as a Teacher-Librarian in Australian schools,
professional expertise of educators and learning facilitators      graduates also need approved teaching qualifications. The
who are knowledgeable about emerging trends in the                 study area is recognised by the Australian Library and
educational implications of technology and society and who         Information Association (ALIA) for the six year period,
wish to develop their own potential as innovative leaders.         January 2006-December 2011. Graduates are eligible for
                                                                   associate (professional) membership of ALIA and may seek
Public Education                                                   employment in a wide range of library and information
This is a study area offered collaboratively by three              contexts, including school libraries. The Master of Education
Universities, QUT, University of Queensland and James              (Teacher-Librarianship) maintains close links with the
Cook University. You will become a specialist in the issues        Australian School Library Association (ASLA).
that face the public education system, in particular how the
rapidly changing world affects teaching, learning                  Teaching for Diversity: Disability and Learning
environments and leadership. You will be required to               Difficulties
undertake cross-institutional study to satisfy the study area      While the understanding and application of learning theory
requirements.                                                      is essential to the teaching of all students, most students
                                                                   with learning difficulties and disabilities require specialised
Cross-institutional study - you must ensure that you comply        instructional approaches in order to maximise their potential
with the administrative dates for cross-institutional study at     and achieve success. In order to address the learning,
University of Queensland or James Cook University.                 social, and behavioural needs of these students, teachers
Students in a Commonwealth supported place at QUT may              and other professionals require an understanding of
apply to the host institution to undertake the units on a          theoretical models, socio-cognitive processes, current
Commonwealth supported basis. You must complete a new              research and best practices related to supporting students
Request for Commonwealth support and HECS-HELP Form                with learning difficulties and disabilities. In addition, well-
for the Commonwealth supported units you are going to              developed skills in consultation, collaborative problem-
study and forward the form to the host institution. The form       solving, and reporting are required.
must be completed prior to the census date of the first
teaching period.                                                   It will appeal to teachers, special education support
                                                                   teachers and allied professionals (e.g., Guidance Officers,
School Guidance and Counselling                                    social workers, and health professionals) who assist
This study area is suitable for guidance officers seeking to       children, adolescents and adults with learning, social and
advance their knowledge or qualified teachers seeking a            behavioural challenges.
career change. The School Guidance and Counselling study
area is recognised by Education Queensland, Catholic               Vocational Education and Training
Education, and Independent Schools as a Guidance Officer           In recent years, there has been considerable convergence
qualification in Qld schools. School Guidance and                  of vocational education and training and âacademic
Counselling - Option B, will enable you to meet the School         educationâ within the Australian community. This study area
Guidance and Counselling requirements and the Career               will equip individuals with the understandings and skills
Industry Council of Australia (CICA) professional standards.       necessary to implement and manage Vocational Education
This endorsement has been granted for a five year period           and Training initiatives within a range of settings.
until 2014.
                                                                   It aims to develop the skills and knowledge of participants
Studies in Literacy                                                as critically reflective practitioners with a commitment and
Studies in Literacy afford opportunities for participants to       confidence to lead vocational education in secondary and
engage with current issues, histories and a breadth of             post-secondary settings.
interest domains within the scope of literacy and literate
practices. The suite of units is written for a variety of          International Student Programs:
participants including teachers and professional
development officers across professions who engage with            Generic Program for International Students
staff who may have, for example, those who do not have the         When choosing a study area, international students are
required level of literacy skills for the contexts in which they   restricted by the ESOS Act and their agreement with QUT.
work or who do not have English as a first language.               They are required to study 75% of their units 'internally' at
                                                                   the university, therefore most of the above study areas are
Graduates of the study area would have opportunities to            not suitable.
engage with the climate, contexts and debates around
literacy and gain substantive learning in areas significant to     The Generic Program for International Students meets
political, professional, private and community contexts.           these requirements and provides international students with




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a variety of units to further develop their education skills and              above two core units with the exception of the
knowledge.                                                                    study areas for School Guidance and
                                                                              Counselling and Teacher-Librarianship which
                                                                              have alternate requirements. The unit EDN610
Early Years Program for international Students (no mid-                       should be undertaken in the first semester of
year entry available)                                                         study unless otherwise stated (See Public
When choosing a study area, international students are                        Education)
restricted by the ESOS Act and their agreement with QUT.                      Options: There are six options which may be
They are required to study 75% of their units 'internally' at                 undertaken as a study area or you may choose
                                                                              to complete any six of the options in the course
the university, therefore most of the above study areas are                   to suit your own needs.
not suitable.
                                                                   Career Development
The Early Years Program for International Students meets
these requirements and has significant importance in
                                                                   Career Development
current education policies, nationally and internationally.
Early childhood research has consistently provided                            If you have studied an introductory counselling
evidence that the experiences and environments of children                    unit or have counselling experience, you may
                                                                              satisfy the prerequisite for the Advanced
in the early years are important to strong social-emotional                   Educational Counselling unit.
development and positive learning outcomes through school
                                                                              If you do not satisfy the prerequisite, you will
and into adulthood. Thus, the early years has
                                                                              undertake the unit SPN651 Introductory
consequences for childrenâs health and well-being across                      Educational Counselling as an option.
their life course. Because of increased recognition of the
importance of the early years to later outcomes, there is                     MEd Core Units
increased demand for highly trained professionals who can          EDN610     Professional Dialogues in Education
support the diverse learning needs of young children.              EDN611     Professional Applications of Research

It should enable you to develop your knowledge and                            MCD Core Units
understanding of current theory and research that will inform                 Australian Career Development Studies -
effective practice with young children and their families in                  advanced standing
early years programs and services.                                 SPN610     Advanced Educational Counselling
                                                                   SPN618     Career Development and Professional Practice
Leadership and Management for International Students
                                                                   SPN620     Career Counselling
When choosing a study area, international students are
restricted by the ESOS Act and their agreement with QUT.                      Option or SPN651 Introductory Educational
They are required to study 75% of their units 'internally' at                 Counselling
the university, therefore most of the above study areas are                   Option
not suitable.                                                                 Note: It is recommended that you apply early if
                                                                              you plan to commence the units offered via
Leadership and Management for International Students                          block mode in your first semester. The block
meets these requirements and the focus lies with building                     units commence prior to the start of the normal
and enhancing leadership capacity in aspiring and existing                    semester (eg January, and June or July).
                                                                              Please check the ED79 Master of Education
leaders. The units provide leaders with requisite knowledge                   Course Summary Sheet for the most up to date
and understanding of central concepts connected to leading                    information.
others, leading change processes, understanding and
interpreting policy, and strategic managerial skills required      Early Childhood Teaching
in planning, monitoring and evaluating organisational
systems.                                                           Early Childhood Teaching
                                                                              MEd Core Units
Further Information
Faculty of Education                                               EDN610     Professional Dialogues in Education
Student Affairs Office                                             EDN611     Professional Applications of Research
A Block Level 2 Room 215                                                      MET Core Units
Kelvin Grove Campus
                                                                   EAN601     Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
Phone: +61 7 3138 3947                                                        Early Childhood
Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
email: educationenq@qut.edu.au                                     EAN603     Child Development in Context
                                                                   EAN614     Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood
Explanation of course structure                                    EAN615     Mathematics in Early Childhood
                                                                   EAN616     Language, Literacies and Communication in
EDN610       Professional Dialogues in Education                              Early Childhood
EDN611       Professional Applications of Research                            Students should choose one of the two field
                                                                              studies units
             Core Units: All students must complete the




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EDN635        Field Studies in Early Childhood                            MEd Core Units
EDN641        Field Studies in Early Childhood: Birth To 5    EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
              Years
                                                              EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
Early Years                                                               MIT Core Units
                                                              MDN643      Digital Perspectives
Early Years
                                                              MDN642      Digital Pedagogies
              MEd Core Units
                                                              MDN644      Digital Expectancies: Innovative Practices With
EDN610        Professional Dialogues in Education                         Emerging Technologies
EDN611        Professional Applications of Research           MDN645      Digital Leadership: Policy and Planning For the
                                                                          Future
              MER Core Units
                                                                          Option
EAN601        Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
              Early Childhood                                             Option
EAN603        Child Development in Context
                                                              Information-Learning Connections
EAN614        Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood
EAN616        Language, Literacies and Communication in       Information-Learning Connections
              Early Childhood
                                                                          MEd Core Units
              Option
                                                              EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
              Option
                                                              EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
Education Research: Theory and Practice                                   MLC Core Units
                                                              CLN601      Cyberlearning
Education Research: Theory and Practice
                                                              CLN647      Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts
              MEd Core Units
                                                              CLN603      Designing Spaces for Learning
EDN610        Professional Dialogues in Education
                                                              CLN650      Information-Learning Nexus
EDN611        Professional Applications of Research
                                                                          Option
              MTP Core Units
                                                                          Option
EDN612        Conducting Innovative Educational Research
EDN619        Educational Research: Design, Methodology       Leadership and Management
              and Analysis
EDN604-1 Facilitated Study Unit                               Leadership and Management

EDN604-2 Facilitated Study Unit                                           MEd Core Units

              Option                                          EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education

              Option                                          EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
                                                                          MLM Core Units
Higher Education
                                                              SPN625      Leadership Concepts, Theories and Issues

Higher Education                                              SPN626      Leading and Managing People

              MEd Core Units                                  SPN645      Leadership, Policy and Change in Action

EDN610        Professional Dialogues in Education             SPN646      Strategic Management

EDN611        Professional Applications of Research                       Option

              MHE Core Units                                              Option

EDN626        Learning And Teaching In Higher Education       Learning Innovations and Futures
EDN629        Online Design: Implications for Learning
EDN627        Contexts And Issues In Higher Education         Learning Innovations and Futures
EDN630        Curriculum Design, Assessment and                           MEd Core Units
              Evaluation in Higher Education                  EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
              Option                                          EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
              Option                                                      MLF Core Units

Information Communication Technology                          CLN601      Cyberlearning
                                                              EDN603      Facilitated Study Unit
Information Communication Technology                          MDN642      Digital Pedagogies




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           Choose EITHER CLN604 or CLN655                                 information.
CLN604     Globalisation and Educational Change               School Guidance and Counselling - Option B (CICA
CLN655     Contexts and Issues in Vocational Education        eligibility)
           Option
                                                              School Guidance and Counselling - Option B (CICA
           Option
                                                              eligibility)
Public Education                                                          Note: If you do not have previous counselling
                                                                          experience, you will be required to complete
                                                                          SPN651 Introductory Education Counselling
Public Education                                                          unit in lieu of SPN647 Understanding Reading
           MED Core Units                                                 and Writing Difficulties.
EDN610     Professional Dialogues in Education                            MSG Core Units
EDN611     Professional Applications of Research                          Australian Career Development Studies
           MPE Core Units                                     SPN610      Advanced Educational Counselling
CLN656     Futures                                            SPN611      Educational Guidance Counselling:
                                                                          Professional Practice
CLN657     The Creative Public Educator
                                                              SPN612      Psychoeducational Assessment
           Option (QUT)
                                                              SPN618      Career Development and Professional Practice
           Option (QUT)
                                                              SPN620      Career Counselling
           CHOOSE two units from the following four
           Consortium units                                   SPN647      Understanding Reading and Writing Difficulties
           EDUC7060 Building Leadership Capacity:             SPN648      School Guidance and Counselling Practicum
           Bridging Theory and Practice in the Workplace                  Note: It is recommended that you apply early if
           - UQ cross-institutional study                                 you plan to commence the units offered via
           EDUC7070 Public Education - UQ cross-                          block mode in your first semester. The block
           institutional study                                            units commence prior to the start of the normal
                                                                          semester (eg January, June or July). Please
           ED5921 Raising Expectations: Professional                      check the ED79 Master of Education Course
           Practices, Diverse Learners and Communities -                  Summary Sheet for the most up to date
           JCU cross-institutional study                                  information.
           ED5922 Leading Communities of Learners -
           JCU cross institutional study                      Studies in Literacy

School Guidance and Counselling - Option A                    Studies in Literacy
                                                                          MEd Core Units
School Guidance and Counselling - Option A
                                                              EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
           Note: If you do not have previous counselling
           experience, you will be required to complete       EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
           SPN651 Introductory Education Counselling                      MSL Core Units
           unit in lieu of EDN611 Professional
           Applications in Research.                          CLN651      Multiliteracies and Communication: Purpose,
                                                                          Context and Audience
           MEd Core Units
                                                              CLN652      Literacies For English Language Learners
EDN610     Professional Dialogues in Education
                                                              CLN653      Disciplinary Literacies
EDN611     Professional Applications of Research
                                                              CLN654      Grammar, Text Types and Modes of Delivery
           MSG Core Units
                                                                          Option
SPN610     Advanced Educational Counselling
                                                                          Option
SPN611     Educational Guidance Counselling:
           Professional Practice
                                                              Teacher-Librarianship
SPN612     Psychoeducational Assessment
SPN618     Career Development and Professional Practice       Teacher-Librarianship
SPN647     Understanding Reading and Writing Difficulties                 MEd Core Units. Students will complete
                                                                          CLN646 instead of EDN610 Professional
SPN648     School Guidance and Counselling Practicum                      Dialogues in Education
           Note: It is recommended that you apply early if    CLN646      Learning Hubs
           you plan to commence the units offered via
           block mode in your first semester. The block       EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
           units commence prior to the start of the normal
           semester (eg 5 January, 29 June or July).                      MTL Core Units
           Please check the ED79 Master of Education          CLN601      Cyberlearning
           Course Summary Sheet for the most up to date




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CLN603      Designing Spaces for Learning                      Early Years (for International Students)
CLN647      Youth, Popular Culture, and Texts                              SEMESTER 1
CLN650      Information-Learning Nexus                         EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
INN533      Information Organisation                           EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
            Option                                             EAN614      Arts and Sciences in Early Childhood

Teaching for Diversity: Disability and Learning                            Option unit (internal mode only)
Difficulties                                                               SEMESTER 2
                                                               EAN601      Investigating Curriculum and Pedagogy in
Teaching for Diversity: Disability and Learning Difficulties               Early Childhood
            MEd Core units                                     EAN603      Child Development in Context
EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education                EAN616      Language, Literacies and Communication in
                                                                           Early Childhood
EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
                                                                           Option unit
            MTD Core Units
SPN644      Inclusive Education: Theory, Policy and            Leadership and Management (for International Students)
            Practice
                                                                           SEMESTER 1
SPN647      Understanding Reading and Writing Difficulties
                                                               EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
SPN649      Supporting Learners With Behavioural
            Difficulties in the Inclusive Classroom            SPN625      Leadership Concepts, Theories and Issues
SPN650      Introduction To Autistic Spectrum Disorder         SPN645      Leadership, Policy and Change in Action
            Option                                                         Option unit
            Option                                                         SEMESTER 2
                                                               EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
Vocational Education and Training
                                                               SPN626      Leading and Managing People
Vocational Education and Training                              SPN646      Strategic Management
            MEd Core Units                                                 Option unit
EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
                                                               Potential Careers:
EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
                                                               Academic, Administrator, Child Care Professional, Child
            MVE Core Units                                     Protection Officer, Community Education Officer,
CLN655      Contexts and Issues in Vocational Education        Community Worker, Counsellor, Disability Services Worker,
                                                               Early Childhood Teacher, Educator, Family Services Officer,
EDN603      Facilitated Study Unit
                                                               Government Officer, Guidance Officer, Higher Education
SPN652      Managing Vocational Education Programs             Worker, Human Resource Developer, Human Resource
SPN653      Teaching, Learning and Assessing in                Manager, Human Services Practitioner, Kindergarten
            Vocational Education and Training                  Teacher, Librarian, Manager, Policy Officer, Preschool
            Option                                             Teacher, Primary School Teacher, Public Servant, School
                                                               Counsellor, Trainer.
            Option

International Program of Study

Generic (for International Students)
            SEMESTER 1
EDN610      Professional Dialogues in Education
SPN625      Leadership Concepts, Theories and Issues
CLN601      Cyberlearning
            Option unit
            SEMESTER 2
EDN611      Professional Applications of Research
EDN603      Facilitated Study Unit
SPN626      Leading and Managing People
            Option unit




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                                                                criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies                             (Blue Card) by the Commission.
(ED82)
Year offered: 2009                                              As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
Admissions: Yes                                                 course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
CRICOS code: 020305F                                            QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
Course duration (full-time): 3 years                            Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,076 (indicative)       contact with children, including the required field studies
per semester                                                    blocks.
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,250
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
Domestic Entry: February                                        enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
International Entry: February                                   police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
QTAC code: 404012                                               participate in the required activities and may need to be
Past rank cut-off: 77                                           withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Past OP cut-off: 12                                             academic penalty. It may take up to 8 weeks for the
OP Guarantee: Yes                                               Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Assumed knowledge: English (4,SA)                               available at bluecard.qut.com.
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further   Computing
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com         The increased and more creative use of online teaching
Total credit points: 288                                        technology in this degree requires that you have access to
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48               suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
Course coordinator: Contact Education Student Affairs           Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
Section 3138 3947, or educationenq@qut.edu.au
Discipline coordinator: Course Coordinator Dr Susan             Diploma entry
Walker
                                                                Students with a completed Diploma Diploma of Community
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                Services (Children's Services), Diploma of Children's
                                                                Services, Diploma of Children's Services (Centre Based
Career Outcomes
                                                                Care) or equivalent qualifications will receive one year of
This degree provides graduates with the opportunity to be       academic credit that will be automatically awarded by QUT
employed in childcare centres and services. Graduates are       Admissions after the QTAC offer and prior to the start of
not eligible for teacher registration in Queensland.            classes.

Deferment                                                       If you have one the above diplomas and receive an offer,
QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their        you will be able to undertake the diploma entry enrolment
undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six          program that allows you to complete the Bachelor of Early
months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses         Childhood Studies in two years.
using specific admission requirements such as
questionnaires, folios, auditions, prior study or work          List 1 : Option Studies Units
experience.
                                                                OPTION STUDIES UNITS - LIST 1
Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
                                                                            Students will take two option studies units in
offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.                   year 2 semester 2.
Find out more on deferment.                                                 It is recommended that the two units be taken
                                                                            from the same area.
Professional Recognition
                                                                Middle Years of Schooling
The Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies is an approved
child care qualification with the Queensland Government         CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
Department of Communities and is accredited by the New          SPB022      Middle Years Curriculum, Pedagogy and
South Wales Department of Community Services for                            Assessment
employment in children's services.                              SPB008      Middle Years Students and Schools
                                                                CLB452      Media Literacy And The School
Graduates of the Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies are
not eligible for teacher registration with the Queensland       SPB018      Teaching Strategies
College of Teachers.
                                                                Studies in Inclusive Education
Working with Children Check                                     MDB030      Understanding and Educating Gifted Learners
Working With Children Check - As required by the                SPB003      Teaching Children with Disabilities
Commission for Children and Young People and Child
                                                                CLB403      Gender And Sexuality Issues For Teachers
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a




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SPB004      Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties      HMB313      Socio-Cultural Foundations of Physical Activity
SPB038      Understanding Reading Difficulties
                                                              THE ARTS
Intercultural and International Teacher
                                                              Integrated Arts Curriculum
CLB045      Becoming a Second Language User
                                                              EAB416      Early Childhood Art Education
CLB049      The Global Teacher
                                                              EAB363      Creating Curriculum With Young Children
CLB347      Teaching English as an Additional Language
                                                              EAB361      Storytelling In Early Childhood
CLB320      Studies In Language
                                                              KVB110      2D Media and Processes
Studies in Indigenous Education
                                                              Visual and Performing Arts
HHB123      Indigenous Australian Culture Studies
                                                              KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
HHB210      Indigenous Australia: Country, Kin And Culture
                                                              KVB110      2D Media and Processes
HHB255      Indigenous Politics And Political Culture
                                                              KVB111      3D Media and Processes
HHB276      Indigenous Knowledge: Research Ethics and
            Protocols                                         KDB110      Deconstructing Dance in History
                                                              KDB204      Australian Dance
Managing Learners and Learning
                                                              KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
SPB004      Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties
                                                              KTB106      Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
SPB006      Educational Counselling
SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management                Music
SPB018      Teaching Strategies                               KMB002      Music and Spirituality
                                                              KMB004      World Music
Literature and Media Studies
                                                              KMB104      Music and Sound Skills
CLB441      Children's Literature
                                                              KMB107      Sound, Image, Text
CLB452      Media Literacy And The School
                                                              KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
CLB050      Movies and Popular Culture
                                                              KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
                                                              KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
EAB361      Storytelling In Early Childhood
                                                              Course structure
Mathematics and ICT
MDB388      Numeracy in Games of Skill and Chance             Year 1, Semester 1
MDB453      Mathematics Curriculum 2: Middle Years and        EDB006      Learning Networks
            Vocational                                        EAB364      Academic And Professional Communication
MDB349      Excursions in Mathematical Reasoning              EAB008      Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
EAB023      Mathematical Explorations in Early Childhood                  Communication I
                                                              EAB001      Early Childhood Foundations 1: Historical and
Exploring the Sciences and Environment                                    Comparative Perspectives of EC Education
MDB391      Earth And Space
                                                              Year 1, Semester 2
MDB454      Science, Technology and Society
                                                              EAB003      Development and Learning in Early Childhood
EAB022      Early Childhood Science Education
                                                              EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
CLB375      Exploring Outdoors: Education in the
            Environment                                       EAB011      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 1
                                                              EAB002      Early Childhood Foundations 2: Families and
Health and Physical Activity                                              Childhoods in EC Education and Care
HMB376      Motor Development in Children
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
PUB251      Contemporary Public Health
                                                              EAB004      Development and Learning in Early Childhood
HMB315      Performance Skills 2                                          2
HMB171      Fitness Health and Wellness                       EDB011      Early Childhood Field Studies 1: Development
PUB406      Health Promotion Strategies                                   and Learning in the Field
HMB377      Children in Sport                                 EAB027      Early Childhood Mathematics Education 1:
                                                                          Birth to Six Years
HMB337      Organisation and Management In Physical
            Education And Sport                               EAB013      Early Childhood Society Environment and
                                                                          Health Education




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Year 2, Semester 2
EAB015      Early Childhood Science and Technology
            Education
EAB422      Information and Communication Technologies
            and the Young Child
            Option (see List 1)
            Option (see List 1)

Year 3, Semester 1
EAB005      Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings
EDB013      Early Childhood Field Studies 3: Diversity and
            Inclusivity
EAB012      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 2
EAB016      Research in Early Childhood Education

Year 3, Semester 2
EAB017      The Early Childhood Professional
EAB006      Leadership and Management in Early
            Childhood Services
EDB016      Early Childhood Field Experience (Child Care)
EAB021      Early Childhood Health, Safety, Nutrition and
            Wellness Education

Potential Careers:
Child Care Professional.




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Bachelor of Early Childhood (ED83)                              Students admitted to this course will be automatically
Year offered: 2009                                              granted credit of one and half years of study (ie 144 credit
Admissions: Yes                                                 points) for their completed Diploma of Children's Services
CRICOS code: Not required                                       (or an equivalent accredited qualification) and early
Course duration (external): 3 years                             childhood work experience.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,076 (indicative)
per semester                                                    Students admitted on the basis of an Advanced Diploma of
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                Children's Services and who have not supplied QTAC with
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            evidence of their early childhood experience will only be
Domestic Entry: February                                        automatically granted credit of one year of study (ie 96
International Entry: February                                   credit points) and will be required to provide evidence of
QTAC code: 424505                                               their early childhood experience to QUT prior to graduation.
Past rank cut-off: 87. Admission to this course is based on
completion of a Diploma or Advanced Diploma of                  Computing Requirement
Community Services (Children's Services) or equivalent          The increased and more creative use of QUT Blackboard
accredited qualification (see Entry Requirements).              online teaching technology in this degree requires students
Total credit points: 288                                        to have access to suitable computer facilities with a
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24               minimum equivalent of a Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem
Course coordinator: Dr Jo Ailwood                               and Internet access.
Campus: Internet
                                                                Working With Children Check
Entry Requirements                                              Working With Children Check - As required by the
Completion of a Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Children's       Commission for Children and Young People and Child
Services or an equivalent accredited qualification and          Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
Diploma holders must have the following early childhood         criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
experience:                                                     (Blue Card) by the Commission.
- one year full-time (or equivalent) group leader experience;
or                                                              As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
- two years full-time (or equivalent) family day care           course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
experience as an accredited provider; or                        QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
- two years full-time (or equivalent) early childhood teacher   Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
aide experience in a state preschool, prep or crèche and       contact with children, including the required field studies
kindergarten association centre; or                             blocks.
- two years full-time (or equivalent) before and after school
care experience.                                                If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
                                                                enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Special Entry                                                   police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Preference may be given to those applicants in rural or         participate in the required activities and may need to be
isolated locations, and/or who have departmental/work           withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
requirements.                                                   academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
                                                                Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
OP Guarantee                                                    available at bluecard.qut.com.
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this program.
                                                                Deferment
Career Outcomes                                                 QUT's deferment policy does not apply to this course.
This course prepares you to work as a director of childcare
                                                                Further Information
centres and with other areas of children's services. You will
undertake units in areas such as early childhood                Faculty of Education Office: Phone +61 7 3138 3947; Fax
development, early childhood language and mathematics           +61 7 3138 3949; e-mail: educationenq@qut.edu.au
curriculum, and inclusive practices in early childhood.
                                                                Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
Professional Recognition                                        Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
The Bachelor of Early Childhood is an approved child care       available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to
qualification with the Queensland Government Department         currently enrolled students who were unable to comply
of Communities. Graduates of the Bachelor of Early              regulations regarding their original Commonwealth
Childhood are not eligible for registration with the            Supported place (i.e. failure to lodge an eCAF, has
Queensland College of Teachers.                                 consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc.)
                                                                and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
                                                                fee-paying student.
Advanced Standing
                                                                Part-time course structure




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Year 1, Semester 1
MDB440      Computers And Education
EAB364      Academic And Professional Communication

Year 1, Semester 2
EAB011      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 1
EAB013      Early Childhood Society Environment and
            Health Education

Year 2, Semester 1
EAB008      Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
            Communication I
EAB027      Early Childhood Mathematics Education 1:
            Birth to Six Years

Year 2, Semester 2
EAB005      Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings
EAB006      Leadership and Management in Early
            Childhood Services

Year 3, Semester 1
EDB011      Early Childhood Field Studies 1: Development
            and Learning in the Field
EDB200      Insights into Early Childhood Development

Year 3, Semester 2
EAB017      The Early Childhood Professional
EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education

Potential Careers:
Child Care Professional.




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                                                                  or
Bachelor of Adult Education and
Training (ED84)                                                   - A trade certificate (or equivalent) plus five (5) years full-
Year offered: 2009                                                time (or equivalent) relevant work experience; or
Admissions: No
CRICOS code: 046302F                                              - Relevant study or informal training of a minimum of three
Course duration (full-time): 2 years                              (3) years full-time (or equivalent) plus submit a valid PCA
Course duration (external): 2 to 4 years                          plus may be required to attend an interview.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,081 (indicative)
per semester                                                      Alternative Entry Requirements
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                  Applicants wishing to apply on the basis of other recent and
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)              post-secondary work experience and/or relevant study or
Domestic Entry: February                                          informal training of a minimum of three years full-time (or
International Entry: February                                     equivalent) must lodge a valid Personal Competencies
QTAC code: 424155                                                 Statement and supporting documentation. Some applicants
Past rank cut-off: 83. Admission to this course is based on       may be required to attend an interview.
prior studies/employment (see Entry Requirements).
Total credit points: 192 (+ 192 of advanced standiing upon        OP Gurantee
entry)
                                                                  The OP Guarantee does not apply to this program.
Course coordinator: Dr Tricia Fox
Campus: Internet and Kelvin Grove
                                                                  Computing Requirement
NOTE: NO FURTHER INTAKE                                           The increased and more creative use of QUT Blackboard
                                                                  online teaching technology in this degree requires students
THERE IS NO FURTHER INTAKE INTO THIS COURSE
                                                                  to have access to suitable computer facilities with a
                                                                  minimum equivalent of a Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem
Career Outcomes
                                                                  and Internet access.
This degree program is aimed at people who wish to
facilitate learning across a range of adult learning contexts.    Professional Projects and Experience Requirement
Graduates of this degree would work as community
                                                                  Students will be required to undertake professional projects
educators; human resource developers; change facilitators;
                                                                  and experience in a negotiated workplace or community
TAFE or commercial college teachers; consultants to
                                                                  placement site. Potential foci for professional projects may
industry for learning and knowledge management; nurse
                                                                  include teaching and training; leadership and management;
educators; and instructors in military or emergency
                                                                  curriculum development and instructional design (including
organisations such as police, fire brigade or ambulance
                                                                  e-learning); policy work; consultancy; Indigenous education;
service.
                                                                  research and community partnership development.
Professional Recognition
                                                                  Course Structure
Graduates of the Bachelor of Adult Education and Training
                                                                  The Bachelor of Adult Education and Training is a four-year
course will be eligible for membership with the Australian
                                                                  undergraduate degree program. On entry students are
Institute of Management (AIM).
                                                                  granted 192 credit points or two years credit as recognition
                                                                  of prior knowledge, experience and skills. The remaining
Entry Requirements
                                                                  two years full-time or four years part-time focuses on adult
To be considered for this you must satisfy one the following      and community learning. The development of a professional
entry requirements:                                               portfolio throughout the degree enables students to
                                                                  individualise their own program to suit their professional
- Two (2) years full-time (or equivalent) of a degree (or         development needs.
equivalent) with a minimum grade point average of 4 (on a
seven-point scale); or                                            Further Information
                                                                  Faculty of Education Office: Phone +61 7 3138 3947; Fax
- One (1) year full-time (or equivalent) of a degree (or
                                                                  +61 7 3138 3949; e-mail: educationenq@qut.edu.au (please
equivalent) with a minimum grade point average of 4 (on a
                                                                  include a postal address for e-mail enquiries)
seven-point scale) plus two (2) years full-time (or
equivalent) relevant work experience; or
                                                                  Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
- AQF Diploma (or equivalent) plus two (2) years full-time        Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
(or equivalent) relevant work experience; or                      available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to
                                                                  currently enrolled students who were unable to comply
- Incomplete VET and higher education studies (ie VET             regulations regarding their original Commonwealth
Certificate III to postgraduate qualifications) of a collective   Supported place (i.e. failure to lodge an eCAF, has
two (2) years full-time (or equivalent) study with a minimum      consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc.)
grade point average of 4 (on a seven-point scale) plus five       and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
(5) years full-time (or equivalent) relevant work experience;     fee-paying student.




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                                                               SPB105      Politics of Diversity and Identity
Deferment
                                                               SPB106      Managing Learning Organisations
QUT's deferment policy does not apply to this course.
                                                               Year 3 Semester 2
Full-Time Course structure
                                                               SPB107      Knowledge Management
Year 1 Semester 1                                              SPB111      Vocational Training Assessment
EDB101      Introduction to Learning Facilitation              Year 4 Semester 1
SPB100      Introduction to Adult Learning and                 EDB103      Work Integrated Learning: Problem Based
            Development
                                                               SPB112      Leadership Capabilities in Training and
SPB101      Theorists in Adult Education                                   Development
SPB102      Professional Communication in Adult Learning
            Contexts                                           Year 4 Semester 2
                                                               EDB104      Work Integrated Learning: Action Research
Year 1 Semester 2
                                                               SPB108      Career Development and Professional Futures
EDB102      Advanced Learning Facilitation
SPB103      Program Design and Evaluation                      Potential Careers:
SPB104      Research and Inquiry                               Adult/Workplace Educator, Community Education Officer,
SPB110      Contemporary Issues: Adult Education and           Educator, Human Resource Developer, TAFE Teacher,
            Training                                           Trainer.

Year 2 Semester 1
EDB103      Work Integrated Learning: Problem Based
SPB105      Politics of Diversity and Identity
SPB106      Managing Learning Organisations
SPB111      Vocational Training Assessment

Year 2 Semester 2
EDB104      Work Integrated Learning: Action Research
SPB107      Knowledge Management
SPB108      Career Development and Professional Futures
SPB112      Leadership Capabilities in Training and
            Development

Part-Time Course structure

Year 1 Semester 1
EDB101      Introduction to Learning Facilitation
SPB102      Professional Communication in Adult Learning
            Contexts

Year 1 Semester 2
EDB102      Advanced Learning Facilitation
SPB104      Research and Inquiry

Year 2 Semester 1
SPB100      Introduction to Adult Learning and
            Development
SPB101      Theorists in Adult Education

Year 2 Semester 2
SPB103      Program Design and Evaluation
SPB110      Contemporary Issues: Adult Education and
            Training

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                                                                   during their assessment in the first year of their studies.
Bachelor of Education (Secondary)                                  Students will have the support of the First Year Experience
(ED90)                                                             Coordinator.
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes                                                    Students may attempt these modules any number of times
CRICOS code: 000783G                                               during the first three years of their program. At the end of
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                               year 3, unsatisfactory results within course work and these
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,688 (indicative)          modules may result in a recommendation for an early exit
per semester                                                       from the four year degree.
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)               Professional Recognition
International Entry: February                                      The Bachelor of Education (Secondary) is recognised by the
QTAC code: B Education (Secondary): 404492. B                      Queensland College of Teachers as meeting the
Education (Secondary) - Home Economics: 404382. B                  requirements for registration as a teacher in Queensland.
Education (Secondary) - Physical Education: 404402                 Applicants for teacher registration in Queensland are
Past rank cut-off: B Education (Secondary): 75. B                  subject to national criminal history checks. Graduates
Education (Secondary) - Home Economics: 75. B Education            looking for employment in other parts of Australia and
(Secondary) - Physical Education: 75.                              overseas may be required to meet additional conditions.
Past OP cut-off: B Education (Secondary): 13. B Education
(Secondary) - Home Economics: 13. B Education                      Working With Children Check
(Secondary) - Physical Education: 13.
                                                                   As required by the Commission for Children and Young
OP Guarantee: Yes
                                                                   People and Child Guardian Act (2000), student teachers
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA); For Maths
                                                                   must undergo a criminal history check and be issued with a
specialisation: Maths B (4, SA)
                                                                   Suitability Card (Blue Card) by the Commission.
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. MATHS: QUT
                                                                   As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
unit Preparatory Mathematics as a visiting student or QUT
                                                                   course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Continuing Professional Education course Mathematics
                                                                   QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
Bridging. For further information contact 07 3138 2000 or
                                                                   Card to undertake activities in any unit which involves
email study@qut.com
                                                                   contact with children, including the required field studies
Total credit points: 384
                                                                   blocks.
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
Course coordinator: Contact Education Student Affairs
                                                                   If you do not apply for a Blue Card immediately upon
Section 3138 3947, or educationenq@qut.edu.au
                                                                   enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Discipline coordinator: Course Coordinator: Dr Mal Shield
                                                                   police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Campus: Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove
                                                                   participate in the required activities and may need to be
                                                                   withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Career Outcomes
                                                                   academic penalty. It may take up to 8 weeks for the
You will be prepared to teach in a minimum of two                  Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
curriculum or teaching areas in secondary schools.                 available at bluecard.qut.com.

Deferment                                                          Course Structure
QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their           The Bachelor of Education is an exciting learning
undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six             opportunity, which will challenge students to investigate,
months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses            question, and create new knowledge about teaching and
using specific admission requirements such as                      learning. The course has been designed using the principles
questionnaires, folios, auditions, prior study or work             of outcomes-based education; an educational approach that
experience.                                                        not only describes the long-term learning outcomes that are
                                                                   desired from the course, but which accepts that the learning
Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC          pathway towards these outcomes may be different for
offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.          individual students.

Find out more on deferment.                                        Each program consists of several different types of units:
                                                                   - core units cover material which is considered essential
Literacy Standards                                                 - parallel units are specific to each program
All students are required to satisfactorily complete               - strand units focus on issues related to that program
assessment criteria relating to Queensland College of              - specialist pathway units allow students to undertake a
Teachersâ literacy standards by the end of year 3 of their         specific area of study of at least 48 credit points.
course in order to meet course and QCT professional
accreditation requirements. Literacy modules have been             Students complete a total of 384 credit points of study and
developed as a remedial action for students who do not             will specialise in two teaching areas appropriate for teaching
attain satisfactory standards on the relevant literacy criterion   grades 8-12 in Queensland. The teaching area studies are




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also referred to as discipline studies.                                      Earth Science #
                                                                             English
Students will undertake discipline studies, education-related
studies and a minimum of 100 days of field study                             Film & Media Studies (subject to quota)
experience in a range of classrooms and other educational                    French
settings, and curriculum studies relevant to the selected                    Geography
teaching areas. Core education units will cover teaching and
learning studies, technology studies, Indigenous and                         German
sociocultural studies. Applied curriculum tasks give students                Health Education
the opportunity to relate their practical school experiences to              History
their theoretical studies.
                                                                             Indonesian
Successful applicants receive an offer in one of three                       Japanese
streams: General, Home Economics or Physical Education.                      Legal Studies
Restrictions apply to some teaching area combinations.
                                                                             Mandarin
Teaching Area Combinations                                                   Mathematics*
Students will select their two teaching areas from the lists                 Mathematics (Intermediate)*
(one from Group X and one from Group Y) shown in Course
                                                                             Physics #
Structure under the COURSE STRUCTURES heading
below.                                                                       NOTE:
                                                                             Where the same subject is listed in both
Computing                                                                    Groups X and Y (eg. English), it may only be
                                                                             selected once.
The increased and more creative use of online teaching
technology in this degree requires that you have access to                   * Mathematics: students cannot combine
suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a                  Mathematics with Mathematics (Intermediate)
                                                                             teaching area.
Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
                                                                             # Science Studies: students cannot combine
Further Information                                                          Science Studies with Biology, Chemistry, Earth
                                                                             Science, or Physics.
Faculty of Education Office: Phone +61 7 3138 3947; Fax
+61 7 3138 3949; e-mail: educationenq@qut.edu.au (please                     Students selecting Home Economics or
                                                                             Physical Education are to complete 96 credit
include a postal address for e-mail enquiries)                               points in these areas.

Course structure                                                             There may be limited places in some
                                                                             disciplines as a second teaching area.

Possible Combinations of Subject Areas                                       Mathematics has an Assumed Knowledge of
                                                                             Maths B (4 SA). Mathematics (Intermediate)
             ****GROUP X ****                                                has an Assumed Knowledge of Maths A (HA).
             Accounting/Business Management                                  Some subjects are taught at Gardens Point
                                                                             campus and timetable incompatabilities may
             Business Communication & Technologies                           exist with subjects taught at Kelvin Grove.
             Computing
             English                                              Year 1, Semester 1

             Home Economics (available only to students           EDB006     Learning Networks
             entering through the Home Economics entry                       2 x Discipline Studies X Unit
             point)
                                                                             1 x Discipline Studies Y Unit
             Mathematics*
             Mathematics (Intermediate)*                          Year 1, Semester 2
             Physical Education (available only to students       EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
             entering through the Physical Education entry                   New Times
             point)
                                                                             1 x Discipline Studies X Unit
             Science Studies #
                                                                             2 x Discipline Studies Y Unit
             Social Science
             English as a Second Language                         Year 2, Semester 1
             ****GROUP Y ****                                     EDB002     Teaching and Learning Studies 2:
                                                                             Development and Learning
             Accounting/Business Management
                                                                  EDB031     Secondary Field Studies 1
             Biology #
                                                                             Curriculum 1X
             Business Communication & Technologies
                                                                             Curriculum 1Y
             Chemistry #




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Year 2, Semester 2                                            HHB276      Indigenous Knowledge: Research Ethics and
                                                                          Protocols
EDB007     Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
                                                              KWB307      Indigenous Writing
           OR
                                                              MDB021      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 1
           Extension Unit in Discipline X or Y for students
           choosing the Discipline Extension Pathway          MDB030      Understanding and Educating Gifted Learners
           AND                                                SPB003      Teaching Children with Disabilities
           2 x Discipline Studies X Unit                      SPB004      Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties
           1 x Discipline Studies Y Unit                      SPB006      Educational Counselling
                                                              SPB008      Middle Years Students and Schools
Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management
           Education Elective Unit
                                                              SPB018      Teaching Strategies
           OR
                                                              SPB020      Classroom Assessment Practices
           Extension Unit in Discipline X or Y for students
           choosing the Discipline Extension Pathway          SPB022      Middle Years Curriculum, Pedagogy and
                                                                          Assessment
           AND
           1 x Discipline Studies X Unit                      Research Pathway Option
           2 x Discipline Studies Y Unit                      EDB410      Introduction To Research Methods
                                                              EDB411-1 Dissertation (Stage 1)
Year 3, Semester 2
                                                              EDB411-2 Dissertation (Stage 2)
EDB003     Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
           Education                                          EDB411-3 Dissertation (Stage 3)
EDB032     Secondary Field Studies 2                                      Students with a GPA of 5.5 or above may elect
                                                                          to undertake the Research Pathway option in
           Curriculum 2X                                                  their third year of study.
           Curriculum 2Y
                                                                          Further elective options exist for students
Year 4, Semester 1                                                        studying both of their teaching areas from
                                                                          overlapping discipline areas. Students should
EDB004     Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive                     contact the Course Administrative Officer to
           Education                                                      discuss course progression and options.
EDB033     Secondary Field Studies 3
                                                              ED90 Curriculum Studies Units
           Curriculum 3X
           Curriculum 3Y
                                                              CLB051      Business Education Curriculum Studies 1
Year 4, Semester 2                                            MDB015      Computing Curriculum Studies 1
EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional      CLB018      English Curriculum Studies 1
           Work of Teachers                                   CLB021      English as a Second Language Curriculum
EDB034     Secondary Field Studies 4                                      Studies 1
EDB035     Internship (Secondary)                             CLB024      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 1
           AND                                                HMB292      Health Education Curriculum Studies 1
           Education Elective Unit                            PUB343      Home Economics Curriculum Studies 1
           OR                                                 CLB036      LOTE Curriculum Studies 1
EDB007     Culture Studies: Indigenous Education              MDB021      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              HMB231      Physical Education Curriculum Studies 1
ED90 Elective units
                                                              MDB031      Science Education Curriculum Studies 1
Possible Combinations of Subject Areas                        CLB054      Social Education Curriculum Studies 1
CLB045     Becoming a Second Language User                    CLB010      Accounting and Business Management
                                                                          Curriculum Studies 2
CLB049     The Global Teacher
                                                              MDB010      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
CLB323     Teaching Adolescent Literature
                                                              CLB013      Business and Communication Technologies
CLB347     Teaching English as an Additional Language                     Curriculum Studies 2
CLB401     Cultural Diversity And Education                   MDB013      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
CLB403     Gender And Sexuality Issues For Teachers           MDB016      Computing Curriculum Studies 2
HHB123     Indigenous Australian Culture Studies              MDB019      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2




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CLB019     English Curriculum Studies 2
CLB022     ESL Curriculum Studies 2
CLB025     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 2
CLB028     Geography Curriculum Studies 2
HMB396     Health Education Curriculum Studies 2
CLB031     History Curriculum Studies 2
PUB643     Home Economics Curriculum 2
CLB034     Legal Studies Curriculum Studies 2
CLB037     LOTE Curriculum Studies 2
MDB022     Mathematics Curriculum Studies 2
MDB453     Mathematics Curriculum 2: Middle Years and
           Vocational
HMB331     Physical Education Curriculum Studies 2
MDB025     Physics Curriculum Studies 2
MDB028     Science Curriculum Studies 2
CLB053     Business Education Curriculum Studies 3
MDB017     Computing Curriculum Studies 3
CLB020     English Curriculum Studies 3
CLB023     ESL Curriculum Studies 3
CLB026     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 3
HMB496     Health Education Curriculum Studies 3
PUB743     Home Economics Curriculum Studies 3
CLB038     LOTE Curriculum Studies 3
MDB023     Mathematics Curriculum Studies 3
HMB431     Physical Education Curriculum Studies 3
MDB033     Science Education Curriculum Studies 3
CLB056     Social Education Curriculum Studies 3

Potential Careers:
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                                                                   from the four year degree.
Bachelor of Education (Primary) (ED91)
Year offered: 2009
                                                                   Deferment
Admissions: Yes
CRICOS code: 000783G                                               QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                               undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,107 (indicative)          months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
per semester                                                       using specific admission requirements such as
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                   questionnaires, folios, auditions, prior study or work
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)               experience.
Domestic Entry: February
International Entry: February                                      Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
QTAC code: Kelvin Grove campus: 404202. Caboolture                 offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
campus: 464212
Past rank cut-off: Kelvin Grove campus: 75. Caboolture             Find out more on deferment.
campus: 70
Past OP cut-off: Kelvin Grove Campus: 13. Caboolture               Working with Children Check
campus: 15                                                         Working With Children Check - As required by the
OP Guarantee: Yes                                                  Commission for Children and Young People and Child
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                                 Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of             criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further      (Blue Card) by the Commission.
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com
Total credit points: 384                                           As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                  course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Course coordinator: Contact Education Student Affairs              QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
Section 3138 3947, or educationenq@qut.edu.au                      Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
Discipline coordinator: Course Coordinator Dr Mary Ryan            contact with children, including the required field studies
Campus: Kelvin Grove and Caboolture                                blocks.

Career Outcomes                                                    If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
You will be prepared to teach at all levels of primary school.     enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
You may also complete four discipline/content studies              police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
options units in one of the key learning areas of the              participate in the required activities and may need to be
Queensland school curriculum. Majors in Languages Other            withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Than English (LOTE) and Health and Physical Education              academic penalty. It may take up to 8 weeks for the
are available within the primary teaching program and will         Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
enable graduates to become specialist teachers in those            available at bluecard.qut.com.
areas.
                                                                   Field Studies Units will be taken in Queensland schools.
Professional Recognition
                                                                   Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Major
Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.             Students undertaking a LOTE Major will be required to
Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia       attend other campuses. Students wishing to undertake
and overseas may be required to meet additional                    studies in French, German, Indonesian or Japanese are
conditions.                                                        required to select a specified sequence of six units (72
                                                                   credit points). From 2009 Mandarin will also be available.
Literacy Standards                                                 Students who have taken their LOTE to Year 12 or
                                                                   equivalent do not take the introductory units. Graduates with
All students are required to satisfactorily complete
                                                                   this major will be eligible to seek employment as a LOTE
assessment criteria relating to Queensland College of
                                                                   specialist teacher within Education Queensland, Catholic
Teachersâ literacy standards by the end of year 3 of their
                                                                   and Independent School sectors.
course in order to meet course and QCT professional
accreditation requirements. Literacy modules have been
                                                                   Health and Physical Education Major
developed as a remedial action for students who do not
attain satisfactory standards on the relevant literacy criterion   In 2010, students who commenced in 2009 will have the
during their assessment in the first year of their studies.        option of undertaking a Health and Physical Education
Students will have the support of the First Year Experience        Major within the course. Graduates completing this study
Coordinator.                                                       area will be eligible to seek employment as a Primary
                                                                   Physical Education specialist teacher within Education
Students may attempt these modules any number of times             Queensland, Catholic Education and Independent school
during the first three years of their program. At the end of       sectors. This Major is available at Kelvin Grove campus
year 3, unsatisfactory results within course work and these        only. Entry criteria and quotas apply.
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                                                                 Year 1, Semester 2
Research Minor Option
                                                                 EDB007     Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
At the end of Year 2, certain students will be invited to
undertake the Research Minor Option. This option is              HMB300     Teaching Primary HPE
designed to meet the needs of students wishing to                CLB004     Foundation: Text Design and Communication
undertake research-based higher degree study in the              CLB005     Foundation: Wellness and Active Citizenship
course of their future career. The pathway is designed to
develop research skills and a research-oriented, reflective      Year 2, Semester 1
approach to teaching.
                                                                 EDB002     Teaching and Learning Studies 2:
                                                                            Development and Learning
Course Structure
                                                                 EDB021     Primary Field Studies 1: Development and
The Bachelor of Education is an exciting learning                           Learning in the Field
opportunity, which will challenge students to investigate,
question, and create new knowledge about teaching and            MDB006     Teaching Primary Science
learning. The course has been designed using the principles      KKB202     Teaching Primary Dance and Drama
of outcomes-based education; an educational approach that
not only describes the long-term learning outcomes that are      Year 2, Semester 2
desired from the course, but which accepts that the learning     CLB006     Teaching Reading and Writing
pathway towards these outcomes may be different for
individual students.                                             MDB002     Teaching Primary Mathematics 1
                                                                 CLB008     Teaching Primary SOSE
Each program consists of several different types of units:                  Minor Option 1
- core units cover material which is considered essential
- parallel units are specific to each program                    Year 3, Semester 1
- strand units focus on issues related to that program
- specialist units that allow students to undertake a specific   CLB007     Learning Literacy by Design
area of study of at least 48 credit points.                      MDB004     Teaching Primary ICT
                                                                 KKB201     Teaching Primary Music, Visual Arts and
NOTE: Students granted credit for previous studies may not                  Media
be able to progress each semester with a full-time load.
                                                                            Minor Option 2
Caboolture Campus Note
                                                                 Year 3, Semester 2
Students at Caboolture may wish to take the Middle Years
Minor Option at that campus. However, if students do not         EDB003     Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
                                                                            Education
wish to have Middle Years as their option area, they would
need to take alternative options from List 1 and take the        EDB022     Primary Field Studies 2: Practising Education
units at the campus where offered. Note: not all units in the               in the Field
LOTE option are offered at Caboolture Campus. Students           MDB003     Teaching Primary Mathematics 2
will need to undertake some subjects at other campuses.                     Minor Option 3

Further Information                                              Year 4, Semester 1
Faculty of Education Office: Phone +61 7 3138 3947; Fax          EDB004     Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
+61 7 3138 3949; e-mail: educationenq@qut.edu.au (please                    Education
include a postal address for e-mail enquiries)
                                                                 EDB023     Primary Field Studies 3: Inclusive Educational
                                                                            Practices
Computing
                                                                 MDB005     Teaching Primary Design and Technology
The increased and more creative use of online teaching
technology in this degree requires that you have access to                  Minor Option 4
suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.              Year 4, Semester 2
                                                                 EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
Course structure                                                            Work of Teachers
                                                                 EDB024     Primary Field Studies 4: Professional Work of
Year 1, Semester 1                                                          Teachers - Induction into the Field
EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in         EDB025     Internship (Primary)
            New Times
                                                                 SPB036     Assessment: Using Educational Data
EDB006      Learning Networks
MDB001      Foundation: Scientific and Quantitative Literacy     ED91 - LOTE Major

EDB036      Introduction To Education
                                                                 Year 1, Semester 1




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EDB006     Learning Networks
                                                              List 2 : Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Units
MDB001     Foundation: Scientific and Quantitative Literacy
EDB036     Introduction To Education                          LOTE UNITS
           LOTE 1 or 3                                                    LOTE students are required to complete 72
                                                                          credit points of
Year 1, Semester 2                                                        discipline/content studies plus 12 credit points
EDB007     Culture Studies: Indigenous Education                          of curriculum studies in one of the

CLB004     Foundation: Text Design and Communication                      five languages available. Options are noted
                                                                          below.
CLB005     Foundation: Wellness and Active Citizenship
                                                                          Students who have taken their LOTE to Year
           LOTE 2 or 4                                                    12 or equivalent do not take the introductory
                                                                          units.
Year 2, Semester 1                                                        The language units in the discipline/content
EDB002     Teaching and Learning Studies 2:                               strand are as follows. For students
           Development and Learning                                       commencing 2009, Mandarin is available as a
                                                                          language.
EDB021     Primary Field Studies 1: Development and
           Learning in the Field                              FRENCH
KKB202     Teaching Primary Dance and Drama                   HHB061      French 1
           LOTE 3 or 5                                        HHB062      French 2

Year 2, Semester 2                                            HHB063      French 3

CLB006     Teaching Reading and Writing                       HHB064      French 4

MDB002     Teaching Primary Mathematics 1                     HHB065      French 5

CLB008     Teaching Primary SOSE                              HHB066      French 6

           LOTE 4 or 6                                        HHB067      French 7
                                                              HHB068      French 8
Year 3, Semester 1                                            HHB069      French 9
CLB007     Learning Literacy by Design                        HHB070      French 10
MDB004     Teaching Primary ICT
MDB006     Teaching Primary Science                           GERMAN

           LOTE 5 or 7                                        HHB091      German 1
                                                              HHB092      German 2
Year 3, Semester 2                                            HHB093      German 3
EDB003     Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising        HHB094      German 4
           Education
                                                              HHB095      German 5
EDB022     Primary Field Studies 2: Practising Education
           in the Field                                       HHB096      German 6
MDB003     Teaching Primary Mathematics 2                     HHB097      German 7
           LOTE 6 or 8                                        HHB098      German 8

Year 4, Semester 1                                            INDONESIAN
EDB004     Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive         HHB071      Indonesian 1
           Education
                                                              HHB072      Indonesian 2
EDB023     Primary Field Studies 3: Inclusive Educational
           Practices                                          HHB073      Indonesian 3

CLB042     Primary LOTE Curriculum Studies                    HHB074      Indonesian 4

MDB005     Teaching Primary Design and Technology             HHB075      Indonesian 5
                                                              HHB076      Indonesian 6
Year 4, Semester 2                                            HHB077      Indonesian 7
EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional      HHB078      Indonesian 8
           Work of Teachers
EDB024     Primary Field Studies 4: Professional Work of      JAPANESE
           Teachers - Induction into the Field
                                                              HHB081      Japanese 1
EDB025     Internship (Primary)
                                                              HHB082      Japanese 2
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HHB083     Japanese 3                                           MDB004     Teaching Primary ICT
HHB084     Japanese 4                                           KKB201     Teaching Primary Music, Visual Arts and
                                                                           Media
HHB085     Japanese 5
                                                                           OR
HHB086     Japanese 6
                                                                KKB202     Teaching Primary Dance and Drama
HHB087     Japanese 7
                                                                HMB313     Socio-Cultural Foundations of Physical Activity
HHB088     Japanese 8
                                                                           OR
MANDARIN                                                        HMB171     Fitness Health and Wellness
HHB031     Mandarin 1
                                                                Year 3 Semester 2
HHB032     Mandarin 2
                                                                EDB003     Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
HHB033     Mandarin 3                                                      Education
HHB034     Mandarin 4                                           EDB022     Primary Field Studies 2: Practising Education
                                                                           in the Field
ED91 - Health and Physical Education Major
                                                                MDB003     Teaching Primary Mathematics 2
                                                                HMB315     Performance Skills 2
           The Health and Physical Education Study
           Major is available at Kelvin Grove Campus only
           for students commencing from 2009.                   Year 4 Semester 1
           After completing the standard progression for        EDB004     Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
           Year 1, for second year in 2010 students will                   Education
           be eligible apply to enter this major area if they   EDB023     Primary Field Studies 3: Inclusive Educational
           have reached a specific grade in HMB300,                        Practices
           have a minimum grade point average. Quotas
           apply.                                               HMB377     Children in Sport
                                                                HMB305     Personal Health
Year 1 Semester 1
EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in         Year 4 Semester 2
           New Times
                                                                EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
EDB006     Learning Networks                                               Work of Teachers
MDB001     Foundation: Scientific and Quantitative Literacy     SPB036     Assessment: Using Educational Data
EDB036     Introduction To Education                            EDB024     Primary Field Studies 4: Professional Work of
                                                                           Teachers - Induction into the Field
Year 1 Semester 2                                               EDB025     Internship (Primary)
EDB007     Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
                                                                ED91 - Research Minor Option
HMB300     Teaching Primary HPE
CLB005     Foundation: Wellness and Active Citizenship          Years 1 & 2 as per standard course structure
CLB004     Foundation: Text Design and Communication
                                                                Year 3, Semester 1
Year 2 Semester 1                                                          Students with a GPA of 5.5 or above will be
EDB002     Teaching and Learning Studies 2:                                invited to undertake the research minor option
           Development and Learning                                        which has been designed to meet the needs of
                                                                           students wishing to undertake research-based
EDB021     Primary Field Studies 1: Development and                        higher degree study in their future career.
           Learning in the Field
                                                                CLB007     Learning Literacy by Design
MDB006     Teaching Primary Science
                                                                MDB004     Teaching Primary ICT
HMB314     Performance Skills 1
                                                                EDB410     Introduction To Research Methods
Year 2 Semester 2                                               EDB411-1 Dissertation (Stage 1)
CLB006     Teaching Reading and Writing
                                                                Year 3, Semester 2
MDB002     Teaching Primary Mathematics 1
                                                                EDB003     Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
HMB337     Organisation and Management In Physical                         Education
           Education And Sport
                                                                EDB022     Primary Field Studies 2: Practising Education
CLB008     Teaching Primary SOSE                                           in the Field
                                                                MDB003     Teaching Primary Mathematics 2
Year 3 Semester 1
                                                                EDB411-2 Dissertation (Stage 2)
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Year 4, Semester 1                                              CLB347     Teaching English as an Additional Language
EDB004     Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive                      OR
           Education                                            SPB006     Educational Counselling
EDB023     Primary Field Studies 3: Inclusive Educational       EAB005     Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings
           Practices
                                                                           OR
MDB005     Teaching Primary Design and Technology
                                                                SPB038     Understanding Reading Difficulties
EDB411-3 Dissertation (Stage 3)
                                                                INDIGENOUS EDUCATION
Year 4, Semester 2
                                                                HHB255     Indigenous Politics And Political Culture
EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
           Work of Teachers                                     HHB123     Indigenous Australian Culture Studies
EDB024     Primary Field Studies 4: Professional Work of        HHB276     Indigenous Knowledge: Research Ethics and
           Teachers - Induction into the Field                             Protocols
EDB025     Internship (Primary)                                 HHB210     Indigenous Australia: Country, Kin And Culture
SPB036     Assessment: Using Educational Data
                                                                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
List 1 : Option Studies Units                                   CLB045     Becoming a Second Language User
                                                                CLB320     Studies In Language
           All students (except those following the LOTE        CLB403     Gender And Sexuality Issues For Teachers
           or Health and Physical Education major
           progression or the Research option) take a           CLB347     Teaching English as an Additional Language
           total of four option units.
                                                                CLB049     The Global Teacher
           In Year 2, students commencing 2009 start a
           minor comprising four units from one of the          CLB021     English as a Second Language Curriculum
           area headings below.                                            Studies 1
           Alternatively students can take four option units    LITERATURE AND MEDIA STUDIES
           from across the areas below and from the
           General Options list. This would not comprise a      CLB441     Children's Literature
           minor.
                                                                EAB361     Storytelling In Early Childhood
           Offering of minors is subject to unit availability
           and area viability.                                  CLB321     Writing Workshop
                                                                CLB452     Media Literacy And The School
MIDDLE YEARS OF SCHOOLING                                       CLB323     Teaching Adolescent Literature
SPB008     Middle Years Students and Schools                    CLB050     Movies and Popular Culture
CLB323     Teaching Adolescent Literature
MDB021     Mathematics Curriculum Studies 1                     NUMERACY AND MATHEMATICS
CLB452     Media Literacy And The School                        EAB023     Mathematical Explorations in Early Childhood
SPB018     Teaching Strategies                                  MDB349     Excursions in Mathematical Reasoning
SPB004     Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties         MDB388     Numeracy in Games of Skill and Chance
SPB022     Middle Years Curriculum, Pedagogy and                MDB453     Mathematics Curriculum 2: Middle Years and
           Assessment                                                      Vocational

STUDIES IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION                                  HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
           Students undertaking this minor will undertake       HMB315     Performance Skills 2
           the course core unit EDB023 Primary Field            PUB251     Contemporary Public Health
           Studies 3: Immersion in Inclusive Educational
           Practices and will be placed in a class that has     HMB376     Motor Development in Children
           children who have a disability and/or learning       PUB201     Food and Nutrition
           difficulties. The class teacher should be
           supported by special education teachers from         HMB337     Organisation and Management In Physical
           a Special Education Unit or Special Class                       Education And Sport
           based in the school grounds; or Advisory
           Visiting Teachers in special education; or           PUB406     Health Promotion Strategies
           Learning Support teachers; or English as             HMB313     Socio-Cultural Foundations of Physical Activity
           Second Language Teachers. Please note that
           SPB003 and SPB004 must be taken in the               HMB171     Fitness Health and Wellness
           minor.                                               HMB377     Children in Sport
SPB003     Teaching Children with Disabilities
SPB004     Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties         THE ARTS
                                                                           CREATIVITY AND THE ARTS (no longer




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           available from 2010 - pending approval)
EAB416     Early Childhood Art Education
EAB361     Storytelling In Early Childhood
EAB363     Creating Curriculum With Young Children
KVB110     2D Media and Processes
           VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS (no longer
           available from 2010)
KVB111     3D Media and Processes
KDB204     Australian Dance
KMB107     Sound, Image, Text
KVB110     2D Media and Processes
KMB104     Music and Sound Skills
KMB003     Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
           MUSIC STUDIES (no longer available from
           2010)
KMB004     World Music
KMB107     Sound, Image, Text
KMB002     Music and Spirituality
KMB003     Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
           SOUND STUDIES (no longer available from
           2010)
KMB106     Music and Sound for Multimedia
KMB108     Sound Recording and Acoustics
KMB105     Music and Sound Technology
KMB104     Music and Sound Skills

GENERAL OPTIONS
MDB454     Science, Technology and Society
EAB022     Early Childhood Science Education
CLB375     Exploring Outdoors: Education in the
           Environment
CLB446     Understanding Texts and Writing
MDB391     Earth And Space

Potential Careers:
Educator, Primary School Teacher, Teacher.




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                                                                   Students may attempt these modules any number of times
Bachelor of Education (Early                                       during the first three years of their program. At the end of
Childhood) (ED92)                                                  year 3, unsatisfactory results within course work and these
Year offered: 2009                                                 modules may result in a recommendation for an early exit
Admissions: Yes                                                    from the four year degree.
CRICOS code: 000783G
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                               Working With Children Check
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,076 (indicative)          Working With Children Check - As required by the
per semester                                                       Commission for Children and Young People and Child
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                   Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)               criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
Domestic Entry: February                                           (Blue Card) by the Commission.
International Entry: February
QTAC code: 404162                                                  As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
Past rank cut-off: 75                                              course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Past OP cut-off: 13                                                QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
OP Guarantee: Yes                                                  Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                                 contact with children, including the required field studies
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of             blocks.
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com            If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
Total credit points: 384                                           enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                  police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Course coordinator: Contact Education Student Affairs              participate in the required activities and may need to be
Section 3138 3947, or educationenq@qut.edu.au                      withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Discipline coordinator: Course Coordinator Dr Susan                academic penalty. It may take up to 8 weeks for the
Walker                                                             Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                               available at bluecard.qut.com.

Career Outcomes                                                    Field Studies Units will be taken in Queensland schools and
Graduates can teach in childcare centres, kindergartens,           settings.
preschools and the lower three grades of primary school.
They may also complete a discipline/content studies                Research Pathway
electives in one of the key learning areas of the Queensland       At the end of Year 2, you may be invited to undertake the
school curriculum.                                                 Research Pathway Option which is designed to meet the
                                                                   needs of students wishing to undertake research-based
Professional Recognition                                           higher degree study in the course of their future career.
The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) is recognised
by the Queensland College of Teachers as meeting the               Course Structure
requirements for registration as a teacher in Queensland.          The Bachelor of Education is an exciting learning
Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia       opportunity, which will challenge students to investigate,
and overseas may be required to meet additional                    question, and create new knowledge about teaching and
conditions.                                                        learning. The course has been designed using the principles
                                                                   of outcomes-based education. Field studies units will be
The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) is an approved         undertaken in Queensland schools.
child care qualification with the Queensland Government
Department of Communities and is accredited by the New             Each program consists of several different types of units:
South Wales Department of Community Services for                   - core units cover material which is considered essential
employment in children's services.                                 - parallel units are specific to each program
                                                                   - strand units focus on issues related to that program
Literacy Standards                                                 - specialist pathway units allow students to undertake a
All students are required to satisfactorily complete               specific area of study of at least 48 credit points.
assessment criteria relating to Queensland College of
Teachersâ literacy standards by the end of year 3 of their         NOTE: Students granted credit for previous studies may not
course in order to meet course and QCT professional                be able to progress each semester with a full-time load.
accreditation requirements. Literacy modules have been
developed as a remedial action for students who do not             Computing
attain satisfactory standards on the relevant literacy criterion   The increased and more creative use of online teaching
during their assessment in the first year of their studies.        technology in this degree requires that you have access to
Students will have the support of the First Year Experience        suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
Coordinator.                                                       Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.




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                                                                            Health Education
Advanced Standing                                                EAB027     Early Childhood Mathematics Education 1:
Students admitted with a completed Diploma of Children's                    Birth to Six Years
Services (or an equivalent accredited qualification) will be
automatically granted one year of advanced standing (ie 96       Year 2, Semester 2
credit points) and be eligible to complete the degree in three   EDB003     Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
years full-time.                                                            Education
                                                                 EAB009     Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
Diploma entry                                                               Communication 2
Students with a completed Diploma Diploma of Community           EDB012     Early Childhood Field Studies 2: Practising
Services (Children's Services), Diploma of Children's                       Education in the Field
Services, Diploma of Children's Services (Centre Based           EAB015     Early Childhood Science and Technology
Care) or equivalent qualification will receive one year of                  Education
academic credit that will be automatically awarded by QUT
Admissions after the QTAC offer and prior to the start of        Year 3, Semester 1
classes.
                                                                 EAB005     Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings
If you have one the above diplomas and receive an offer,         EDB013     Early Childhood Field Studies 3: Diversity and
you will be able to undertake the diploma entry enrolment                   Inclusivity
program that allows you to complete the Bachelor of              EAB012     Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 2
Education (Early Childhood) in three years.                      EAB016     Research in Early Childhood Education
Deferment                                                        Year 3, Semester 2
QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
                                                                 EAB028     Early Childhood Mathematics Education 2:
undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six                      Four to 8 Years
months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
using specific admission requirements such as                    EAB010     Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
                                                                            Communication 3
questionnaires, folios, auditions, prior study or work
experience.                                                                 Option Studies 1
                                                                            Option Studies 2
Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.        Year 4, Semester 1
                                                                 EAB026     Early Childhood Community Arts Project
Find out more on deferment.
                                                                 EAB006     Leadership and Management in Early
Course structure                                                            Childhood Services
                                                                            Option Studies 3
Year 1, Semester 1                                                          Option Studies 4
EDB006      Learning Networks
                                                                 Year 4, Semester 2
EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
            New Times                                            EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
                                                                            Work of Teachers
EAB008      Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
            Communication I                                      EDB014     Early Childhood Field Studies 4: Professional
                                                                            Work of Teachers - Induction into the Field
EAB001      Early Childhood Foundations 1: Historical and
            Comparative Perspectives of EC Education             EDB015     Internship (Early Childhood)
                                                                 EAB017     The Early Childhood Professional
Year 1, Semester 2
EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education                ED92 - Research Option
EAB003      Development and Learning in Early Childhood
                                                                 Research Option
EAB011      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 1
                                                                            At the end of Year 2, students with a GPA of
EAB002      Early Childhood Foundations 2: Families and                     5.5 or above will be invited to undertake the
            Childhoods in EC Education and Care                             research option.
                                                                            The research option is designed to meet the
Year 2, Semester 1                                                          needs of students wishing to undertake
EAB004      Development and Learning in Early Childhood                     research-based higher degree study in the
            2                                                               course of their future career. The option is
                                                                            designed to develop research skills and a
EDB011      Early Childhood Field Studies 1: Development                    research oriented, reflective approach to
            and Learning in the Field                                       teaching. The amended structure for research
EAB013      Early Childhood Society Environment and                         option students will be:




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Year 3, Semester 1                                             STUDIES IN INDIGENOUS EDUCATION
EAB005     Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings               HHB123      Indigenous Australian Culture Studies
EDB013     Early Childhood Field Studies 3: Diversity and      HHB210      Indigenous Australia: Country, Kin And Culture
           Inclusivity
                                                               HHB255      Indigenous Politics And Political Culture
EAB012     Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 2
                                                               HHB276      Indigenous Knowledge: Research Ethics and
EDB410     Introduction To Research Methods                                Protocols

Year 3, Semester 2                                             MANAGING LEARNERS AND LEARNING
EAB010     Early Childhood Language, Literacies and            SPB004      Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties
           Communication 3
                                                               SPB006      Educational Counselling
EAB028     Early Childhood Mathematics Education 2:
           Four to 8 Years                                     SPB018      Teaching Strategies

EDB411-1 Dissertation (Stage 1)                                SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management

           Option Studies (List 1)                             INTERCULTURAL AND INTERNATIONAL TEACHER

Year 4, Semester 1                                             CLB045      Becoming a Second Language User

EAB006     Leadership and Management in Early                  CLB049      The Global Teacher
           Childhood Services                                  CLB347      Teaching English as an Additional Language
EAB026     Early Childhood Community Arts Project              CLB320      Studies In Language
EDB411-2 Dissertation (Stage 2)
                                                               DISCIPLINE-BASED OPTIONS
EDB411-3 Dissertation (Stage 3)
                                                               LITERATURE AND MEDIA STUDIES
Year 4, Semester 2
                                                               CLB441      Children's Literature
EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
           Work of Teachers                                    CLB452      Media Literacy And The School
EDB014     Early Childhood Field Studies 4: Professional       CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
           Work of Teachers - Induction into the Field
                                                               CLB050      Movies and Popular Culture
EDB015     Internship (Early Childhood)
                                                               EAB361      Storytelling In Early Childhood
EAB017     The Early Childhood Professional
                                                               MATHEMATICS AND ICT
List 1 : Option Studies Units
                                                               EAB023      Mathematical Explorations in Early Childhood
                                                               MDB349      Excursions in Mathematical Reasoning
           All students (except those following the
           research option) take a total of four units from    MDB388      Numeracy in Games of Skill and Chance
           this list during Years 2 - 4 (refer to course
           structure on previous pages for exact               MDB453      Mathematics Curriculum 2: Middle Years and
           semesters).                                                     Vocational

           It is recommended that the four units be drawn      EAB422      Information and Communication Technologies
           from one of the specified groups below.                         and the Young Child

MIDDLE YEARS OF SCHOOLING PATHWAY                              EXPLORING THE SCIENCES AND ENVIRONMENT

CLB323     Teaching Adolescent Literature                      MDB391      Earth And Space

SPB022     Middle Years Curriculum, Pedagogy and               MDB454      Science, Technology and Society
           Assessment                                          EAB022      Early Childhood Science Education
SPB008     Middle Years Students and Schools                   CLB375      Exploring Outdoors: Education in the
CLB452     Media Literacy And The School                                   Environment

SPB018     Teaching Strategies                                 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

STUDIES IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION                                 HMB315      Performance Skills 2

CLB403     Gender And Sexuality Issues For Teachers            PUB251      Contemporary Public Health

SPB038     Understanding Reading Difficulties                  HMB376      Motor Development in Children

MDB030     Understanding and Educating Gifted Learners         EAB021      Early Childhood Health, Safety, Nutrition and
                                                                           Wellness Education
SPB003     Teaching Children with Disabilities
                                                               PUB406      Health Promotion Strategies
SPB004     Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties
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HMB337     Organisation and Management In Physical
           Education And Sport
HMB171     Fitness Health and Wellness
HMB313     Socio-Cultural Foundations of Physical Activity

THE ARTS
           Students can choose four units from the
           Creative Industries discipline areas listed
           below.
           Students must satisfy any specific entry
           requirements for Arts units.
           INTEGRATED ARTS CURRICULUM
EAB416     Early Childhood Art Education
EAB361     Storytelling In Early Childhood
EAB363     Creating Curriculum With Young Children
KVB110     2D Media and Processes
           VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS
KVB104     Photomedia and Artistic Practice
KTB103     Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
KTB204     Understanding Performance
KDB110     Deconstructing Dance in History
KTB106     Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
KVB110     2D Media and Processes
KVB111     3D Media and Processes
           MUSIC
KMB002     Music and Spirituality
KMB004     World Music
KMB104     Music and Sound Skills
KMB107     Sound, Image, Text
KMB003     Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
KMB108     Sound Recording and Acoustics
KMB105     Music and Sound Technology

Potential Careers:
Early Childhood Teacher, Kindergarten Teacher, Preschool
Teacher, Teacher.




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                                                                Professional Recognition
Bachelor of Education (Preservice Early
                                                                The Bachelor of Education (Preservice Early Childhood) is
Childhood) (ED93)                                               recognised by the Queensland College of Teachers as
Year offered: 2009                                              meeting the requirements for registration as a teacher in
Admissions: Yes                                                 Queensland. Graduates looking for employment in other
CRICOS code: Not required                                       parts of Australia and overseas may be required to meet
Course duration (external): 5 years                             additional conditions.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,076 (indicative)
per semester                                                    The Bachelor of Education (Preservice Early Childhood) is
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                an approved child care qualification with the Queensland
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            Government Department of Communities and is accredited
Domestic Entry: February                                        by the New South Wales Department of Community
International Entry: February                                   Services for employment in children's services.
QTAC code: 424605
Past rank cut-off: 87. Admission to course is based on          Literacy Standards
prior study and work experience entry requirements in
                                                                All students are required to satisfactorily complete
addition to a rank. Please refer to Entry Requirements.
                                                                assessment criteria relating to Queensland College of
Total credit points: 384 CP
                                                                Teachersâ literacy standards by the end of year 3 of their
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24 CP
                                                                course in order to meet course and QCT professional
Course coordinator: Dr Jo Ailwood
                                                                accreditation requirements. Literacy modules have been
Campus: Internet
                                                                developed as a remedial action for students who do not
                                                                attain satisfactory standards on the relevant literacy criterion
Special Course Requirements
                                                                during their assessment in the first year of their studies.
The majority of supervised professional experience must         Students will have the support of the First Year Experience
occur in Australian Primary and/or Secondary school             Coordinator.
settings
                                                                Students may attempt these modules any number of times
Special Entry Requirements                                      during the first three years of their program. At the end of
Preference may be given to those applicants in rural or         year 3, unsatisfactory results within course work and these
isolated locations, and/or who have departmental/work           modules may result in a recommendation for an early exit
requirements.                                                   from the four year degree.

Entry Requirements                                              Advanced Standing
Completion of a Diploma or Advanced Diploma of                  Students admitted to this course will be automatically
Community Services (Children's Services) or an equivalent       granted credit of one and half years of study (ie 144 credit
accredited qualification                                        points) for their completed Diploma of Children's Services
and                                                             (or an equivalent accredited qualification) and early
Diploma holders must have the following early childhood         childhood work experience.
experience:
- one year full-time (or equivalent) group leader experience;   Students admitted on the basis of an Advanced Diploma of
or                                                              Children's Services and who have not supplied QTAC with
- two years full-time (or equivalent) family day care           evidence of their early childhood experience will only be
experience as an accredited provider; or                        automatically granted credit of one year of study (ie 96
- two years full-time (or equivalent) early childhood teacher   credit points) and will be required to provide evidence of
aide experience in a state preschool, prep or crèche and       their early childhood experience to QUT prior to graduation.
kindergarten association centre; or
- two years full-time (or equivalent) before and after school   Computing Requirement
care experience.                                                The increased and more creative use of QUT Blackboard
                                                                online teaching technology in this degree requires students
NOTE: The majority of supervised professional experience        to have access to suitable computer facilities with a
must occur in Australian Primary and/or Secondary school        minimum equivalent of a Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem
settings.                                                       and internet access.

OP Guarantee                                                    Working With Children Check
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this program.                Working With Children Check - As required by the
                                                                Commission for Children and Young People and Child
Career Outcomes                                                 Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
This degree provides graduates with the opportunity to be       criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
employed in childcare centres, kindergartens, prep and in       (Blue Card) by the Commission.
the lower three grades of primary school.
                                                                As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
                                                                course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the



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QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue            Year 3, Semester 2
Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
                                                                EDB003     Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
contact with children, including the required field studies                Education
blocks.
                                                                EAB009     Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
                                                                           Communication 2
If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
                                                                Year 4, Semester 1
police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
participate in the required activities and may need to be       EAB015     Early Childhood Science and Technology
withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and                    Education
academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the            EDB012     Early Childhood Field Studies 2: Practising
Commission to issue the Card. The application form is                      Education in the Field
available at bluecard.qut.com.
                                                                Year 4, Semester 2
Deferment                                                       EAB028     Early Childhood Mathematics Education 2:
QUT's deferment policy does not apply to this course.                      Four to 8 Years
                                                                EAB010     Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
Further Information                                                        Communication 3
Faculty of Education Office: Phone +61 7 3138 3947; Fax
+61 7 3138 3949; e-mail: educationenq@qut.edu.au                Year 5, Semester 1
                                                                EAB130     Negotiating Curriculum with Young Children
Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places                      EAB017     The Early Childhood Professional
Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to   Year 5, Semester 2
currently enrolled students who were unable to comply           EDB014     Early Childhood Field Studies 4: Professional
regulations regarding their original Commonwealth                          Work of Teachers - Induction into the Field
Supported place (i.e. failure to lodge an eCAF, has
                                                                EDB007     Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc.)
and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
fee-paying student.                                             Potential Careers:
                                                                Child Care Professional, Early Childhood Teacher,
Part-time course structure - students are required to           Educator, Kindergarten Teacher, Preschool Teacher,
complete 20 units over 5 years part-time.                       Teacher.

Year 1, Semester 1
MDB440      Computers And Education
EAB364      Academic And Professional Communication

Year 1, Semester 2
EAB011      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 1
EAB013      Early Childhood Society Environment and
            Health Education

Year 2, Semester 1
EAB027      Early Childhood Mathematics Education 1:
            Birth to Six Years
EAB008      Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
            Communication I

Year 2, Semester 2
EAB005      Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings
EAB006      Leadership and Management in Early
            Childhood Services

Year 3, Semester 1
EDB011      Early Childhood Field Studies 1: Development
            and Learning in the Field
EDB200      Insights into Early Childhood Development




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Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
Graduate Course (ED95)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: No
CRICOS code: 031572G
Course duration (full-time): 2 years
Course duration (part-time): 4 years
Course duration (external): 2-4 years
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $1,999 (indicative)
per semester
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24
Campus: Kelvin Grove and External

Course structure

Year 1 Semester 1
           Engaging in Learning
           Secondary Field Studies A: Engaging in
           Learning
           Curriculum 1X
           Curriculum 1Y

Year 1 Semester 2
           Teaching in the Knowledge Society
           Secondary Field Studies B: Teaching in the
           Knowledge Society
           Curriculum 2X
           Curriculum 2Y

Year 2 Semester 1
           Inclusivity in Teaching and Learning
           Secondary Field Studies C: Immersion in
           Inclusive Education Practices
           Curriculum 3X
           Curriculum 3Y

Year 2 Semester 2
           The Professional Work of Teachers
           Secondary Field Studies D: The Professional
           Work of Teachers
           Secondary Professional Internship
           Secondary Currculum Project

Potential Careers:
Dance Teacher, Drama Teacher, Early Childhood Teacher,
Educator, English Teacher, Music Teacher, Secondary
School Teacher, Teacher, Trainer, Visual Arts Teacher,
Youth Worker.




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Bachelor of Education (Primary)
Graduate Course (ED96)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: No
Course duration (full-time): 2 year
Course duration (part-time): 4 years
Course duration (external): 2 to 4 years
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $1,999 (indicative)
per semester
QTAC code: Early Phase of Learning (424101 - internal;
424105 - external); Middle Phase of Learning (424201 -
internal; 424205 - external); Senior Phase of Learning
(424401 - internal; 424405 - external)
Campus: Kelvin Grove

Potential Careers:
Primary School Teacher, Youth Worker.




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Bachelor of Education (Early
Childhood) Graduate Course (ED97)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: No
CRICOS code: 031572G
Course duration (full-time): 2 years
Course duration (part-time): 4 years
Course duration (external): 2-4 years
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $1,999 (indicative)
per semester
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24
Campus: Kelvin Grove and External

Course structure

Year 1 Semester 1
           Development and Learning in Early Childhood
           Early Childhood Field Studies A: Development
           and Learning in Early Childhood
           Creating Curriculum with Young Children
           Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
           Communication 1

Year 1 Semester 2
           Teaching in the Knowledge Society
           Early Childhood Field Studies B: Teaching in
           the Knowledge Society
           Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts
           Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
           Communication 2

Year 2 Semester 1
           Inclusivity in Educational Practice
           Early Childhood Field Studies C: Immersion in
           Inclusive Education Practices
           Early Childhood Curriculum: SOSE and Health
           Early Childhood Curriculum: Mathematics

Year 2 Semester 2
           The Professional Work of Teachers
           Early Childhood Field Studies D: The
           Professional Work of Teachers
           Early Childhood Professional Internship
           Early Childhood Curriculum: Science and
           Technology

Potential Careers:
Child Care Professional, Early Childhood Teacher,
Kindergarten Teacher, Preschool Teacher, Teacher.




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                                                                e-mail: m.clowes@qut.edu.au
Doctor of Philosophy (Education) (IF49)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes                                                 Potential Careers:
CRICOS code: 006367J                                            Academic, Administrator, Adult/Workplace Educator, Child
Course duration (full-time): The degree may be                  Care Professional, Community Education Officer,
completed within 2 to 6 years, depending on your                Community Worker, Counsellor, Early Childhood Teacher,
qualification and whether you enrol full-time or part-time      Educator, English Teacher, Government Officer, Guidance
Domestic fees (indicative): Aust citizens or PRs will be        Officer, Higher Education Worker, Kindergarten Teacher,
awarded an RTS/RTA place or a QUT sponsorship for               Manager, Occupational Health and Safety Officer,
tuition fees. If you exceed the max time, you will be charged   Preschool Teacher, Primary School Teacher, School
- 2009: $6,720 per semester (indicative)                        Counsellor, Secondary School Teacher, TAFE Teacher,
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $11,250                Teacher, TESOL Teacher, Trainer.
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
International Entry: At any time
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24
Campus: Kelvin Grove and External

Overview
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a research degree which
is undertaken within the research centre of the Faculty of
Education. The PhD degree is awarded in recognition of the
candidate's erudition in a broad field of learning and for
notable accomplishment in that field through an original and
substantial contribution to knowledge.

Entry requirements
Applicants must possess a relevant first-class or second-
class division A Honours degree, OR an appropriate
masters degree. A good command of the English language
is required.

Course structure
You undertake a supervised program of research which
results in the submission of a thesis. A suite of research
methodology units is available to those candidates who
require them. You are initially required to complete a stage
one application form at the time of enrolment. This is
followed by submission of a detailed research proposal
three months later. Within 12 months of admission for full-
time candidates and 24 months part-time candidates, (and
15 months for international candidates), you are expected to
develop a full course of study in consultation with your
supervisor. This proposal is submitted to the Confirmation of
Candidature Review Panel for approval. At the completion
of the thesis, you are required to undertake an oral
examination to present findings of the research. Once
successfully completed, the thesis is submitted to the
appointed examiners to be assessed.

How to Apply
Domestic students apply directly to QUT on a PR form.
International students complete an FR form. These can
be accessed via studentservices.qut.com under 'Help at
hand', at QUT Research Students Centre counters or by
phoning 07 3138 4475.

Further information
Centre for Learning Innovation
Phone +61 7 3138 5448
Fax +61 7 3138 3025




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Bachelor of Applied Science (in Human                          Year 3, Semester 1
                                                               HMB379      Disorders of Human Movement
Movement Studies)/Bachelor of
                                                               SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
Education (Secondary) (IF73)
Year offered: 2009                                             PUB329      Foundations of Health Studies and Health
                                                                           Behaviour
Admissions: No
Course duration (full-time): 4 Years                                       Discipline Studies X
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $3,153 (indicative)                  Discipline Studies Y
per semester
Domestic Entry: February                                       Course Structure
QTAC code: 429132
Past rank cut-off: 85                                          Year 1, Semester 1
Past OP cut-off: 8
                                                                           3 x 12 cp Discipline (3 x 'X')
OP Guarantee: Yes
Assumed knowledge: English (4 SA)                                          1 x 12 cp Education
Total credit points: 432
Course coordinator: Education Coordinator: Dr Mal Shield,      Year 1, Semester 2
Human Movement Studies Coordinator: Dr Craig Daly                          4 x 12 cp Discipline (3 x 'X' + 1 x 'Y')
Campus: Gardens Point, Kelvin Grove and Carseldine
                                                                           1 x 12 cp Education
Full-time Course structure                                     TOTAL       108 cp

Generic Structure                                              Year 2, Semester 1
           The following is a generic strucutre only and                   4 x 12 cp Discipline (3 x 'X' + 1 x 'Y')
           not to be followed                                              1 x 12 cp Education
           as a specific second teaching area.
                                                               Year 2, Semester 2
Year 1, Semester 1                                                         5 x 12 cp Discipline (4 x 'X' + 1 x 'Y')
LSB131     Anatomy                                             TOTAL       120 cp
HMB313     Socio-Cultural Foundations of Physical Activity
                                                               Year 3, Semester 1
HMB171     Fitness Health and Wellness
                                                                           4 x 12 cp Discipline (3 x 'X' + 1 x 'Y')
SPB001     Human Development and Education
                                                                           1 x 12 cp Education
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                               Key
LSB231     Physiology
                                                               DISCIPLIN Refers to 240 credit points (Human Movement
HMB172     Nutrition and Physical Activity                     E         Studies + 48 credit points
HMB272     Biomechanics                                                    (allocated from Bachelor of Education)) which
           Discipline Studies Y                                            make up the required 288
EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in                    credit points (3 year degree) in Human
           New Times                                                       Movement Studies.
                                                               EDUCATI Refers to 192 credit points required for a
Year 2, Semester 1                                             ON      Bachelor of Education.
HMB271     Foundations of Motor Control, Learning and
           Development                                         Health Discipline Studies Y
HMB273     Exercise Physiology 1                               PUB127      Health Issues In Australia
HMB274     Functional Anatomy                                  HMB376      Motor Development in Children
CLB341     Language, Technology And Education                  HMB332      Health Related Fitness
           Discipline Studies Y                                PUB329      Foundations of Health Studies and Health
                                                                           Behaviour
Year 2, Semester 2                                             PYB086      Interpersonal and Group Processes
HMB276     Research in Human Movement
                                                               Maths Discipline Studies Y
HMB382     Principles of Exercise Prescription
                                                               MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
PYB086     Interpersonal and Group Processes
                                                               MAB100      Mathematical Sciences 1A
HMB275     Exercise and Sport Psychology
                                                               MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
           Discipline Studies X
                                                               MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C




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                                                              EDB443      Professional Internship Of Associate Teaching
English Discipline Studies Y
                                                              SPB008      Middle Years Students and Schools
CLB320      Studies In Language
                                                              SPB022      Middle Years Curriculum, Pedagogy and
CLB321      Writing Workshop                                              Assessment
CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature                    EDB453      Secondary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
            plus one of the following:                                    Teaching
KWB321      Modern Times: Literature and Culture in the       Curriculum Studies 1 and 2
            20th Century
KWB716      Introduction to Literary Theory and Cultural      List 1
            Studies
                                                              MDB325      Biology Curriculum Studies 1
KPB130      Media Text Analysis
                                                              CLB325      English Curriculum Studies 1
Biology Discipline Studies Y                                  HMB390      Health Education Curriculum Studies 1
LSB118      Life Science                                      MDB333      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 1
NRB270      Animal and Plant Structure and Function
                                                              List 2
LSB238      Cell and Molecular Biology 1
                                                              MDB326      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
NRB410
                                                              CLB326      English Curriculum Studies 2
EDUCATION COMPONENT                                           HMB395      Health Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              MDB334      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 2: Senior
Full-time Course Structure                                                Mathematics
            EDB001, SPB001, SPB002 and CLB341 must            MDB452      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 2: Junior &
            be completed in the first five semesters of the               Vocational Mathematics
            course.
EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in      Potential Careers:
            New Times
                                                              Community Health Officer, Educator, Government Officer,
SPB001      Human Development and Education                   Secondary School Teacher, Sports Scientist, Teacher.
SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
CLB341      Language, Technology And Education

Year 3, Semester 2
EDB450      Secondary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
            Management
EDB451      Secondary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
            Decision Making
HMB310      Physical Education Curriculum Studies 1
            Curriculum Studies 1: Second Teaching Area
            (See List 1)

Year 4, Semester 1
CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
EDB452      Secondary Professional Practice 3: The
            Inclusive Curriculum
HMB370      Physical Education Curriculum Studies 2
            Curriculum Studies 2: Second Teaching Area
            (See List 2)

Year 4, Semester 2
EDB453      Secondary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
            Teaching
            Education Studies Elective (See List 3)
            Education Studies Elective (See List 3)
            Curriculum Studies Elective (See List 4)

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Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education                          Course Structure - Commencing Students (cont.)
(Primary) (IF82)                                                Students must maintain a 50% enrolment in units from the
Year offered: 2009                                              BA program until they have completed 8 of those units (96
Admissions: No                                                  credit points).
Course duration (full-time): 4 Years                            Students may wish to
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,601 (indicative)       - develop a Minor (48 credit points) in one of the
per semester                                                    interdisciplinary professional areas
Domestic Entry: February                                        - develop a Minor (48 credit points) in a disciplinary study
QTAC code: 409342                                               sequence or in another QUT course
Past rank cut-off: 83                                           - develop a Minor (48 credit points) in major Foundation
Past OP cut-off: 9                                              units for Primary Teachings
OP Guarantee: Yes                                               - take a series of elective units
Assumed knowledge: English (4 SA)                               Students wishing to complete a full discipline studies
Preparatory studies: English: QUT Continuing                    sequence (6 units) will need to amend their core units
Professional Education course English Bridging. For further     program.
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email                       Students planning to complete a full language sequence (6
sbs.enquiries@qut.edu.au                                        units) will need to discuss their program with the relevant
Total credit points: 384                                        Course Coordinator to ensure that their language studies
Course coordinator: Dr Iraphne Childs (Arts); Dr Mary           begin in semester one and continue into their third year.
Ryan (Education)
Campus: Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove                          NB Students are required to complete 16 units in the BA
                                                                component of the double degree. Of these 12 must be BA
Course Structure - Continuing Students                          units i.e. HHB coded units.
BA Course Requirements (Years 1 and 2) (Continuing
Students)                                                       Key Terms in the BA - Commencing Students
Students should have completed the following components         * Professional Major - one of five interdisciplinary study
of the degree:                                                  sequences in the BA degree (International & Global Studies,
The first year requirements (8 units) which include:            Society and Change, Ethics and Human Rights, Community
HHB116 Applied Skills and Scholarship                           Studies, Australian Studies), consisting of one core unit plus
Two Foundation Units (for students who did not complete         six further units from the appropriate list (making a total of
two Faculty Foundation Units in Year 1                          84 credit points). Students must complete at least one of
Two to three Course Foundation Units                            these to fulfil the requirements of the degree.
Two to three Elective Units                                     NB - a unit may not be counted in more than one
NB a minimum of four of these eight units must be chosen        professional major, discipline sequence, or Minor.
from units offered from the BA component of your course.        * Discipline Sequence - a set of six units (72 credit points) in
In second year, a further 8 units to complete:                  a given discipline (Geography, History, Languages, Social
One Major Study Sequence chosen from the BA component           Science). In Languages, this consists of six sequenced units
of your course                                                  in one Language. In other disciplines the six units must
AND                                                             include one introductory unit to the discipline.
One Minor Study Sequence from those offered in the BA           * Minor Study Sequence - a study sequence of any four
component of your course or from other Minor Study              units (48 credit points) in a given subject area.
Sequences offered elsewhere within QUT.
Students must ensure that a minimum of 12 of the 16 units       Interdisciplinary Professional Majors - Commencing
be chosen from units in the BA.                                 Students
                                                                For details, refer to the Bachelor of Arts (HH01) single
Course Structure - Commencing Students
                                                                degree.
BA Course Requirements (Years 1 and 2)(Commencing
Students)                                                       Discipline Sequences - Commencing Students
Students are REQUIRED to complete:
                                                                For details, refer to the Bachelor ofArts (HH01) single
* One Interdisciplinary Professional Major (1 core
                                                                degree.
introductory unit + 6 units in the major)
It is SUGGESTED that they complete the Core Units
                                                                Minor Sequences - Commencing Students
Program consisting of the following:
*Four core units in first semester (from a selection of core    For details, refer to the Co-Majors section of the Bachelor of
introductory units and core skills units)                       Arts (HH01) single degree.
(Note: one of the core introductory units will sit within the
chosen Interdisciplinary Professional Major)                    Example of BA Full-time Course Structure - Continuing
* Two core units in second year (2 research methods units)      Students

NB One of core introductory units will sit within the chosen    Year 1 - Semester 1
Interdisciplinary Major.                                                     Introductory Core unit (Major)




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            Introductory Core unit (2nd Major or Minor)                     AUSTRALIAN STUDIES
            Elective Unit (General)                             HHB106      Australian Society And Culture
HHB116      Applied Skills And Scholarship                      HHB112      Australian Politics

Year 1, Semester 2                                              First Year Core: Skills Units
            Elective Unit (Major)                               HHB116      Applied Skills And Scholarship
            Elective Unit (Major)                               HHB117      Introduction To Social Research Methods
            Elective Unit (Minor or 2nd Major)
                                                                Second Year Core: Research Methods Units
            Elective Unit (General)
                                                                HHB224      Qualitative Research Methods
Year 2, Semester 1                                              HHB232      Survey Methods
            Elective Unit (Major)                               HHB121      Interpreting The Past
            Elective Unit (Major)                               HHB312      Geographical Research Design
            Elective Unit (Minor or 2nd Major)
                                                                Education Component
            Elective Unit (General)
                                                                Year 3, Semester 1
Year 2, Semester 2
                                                                EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
            Elective Unit (Major)                                           New Times
            Elective Unit (Major)                               MDB450      Primary Mathematics Curriculum
            Elective Unit (Minor or 2nd Major)                  EDB430      Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
            Elective Unit (General)                                         Management
                                                                CLB376      Studies Of Society And Environment
Major/Minor Study Sequences                                                 Curriculum
            See Note 1
                                                                Year 3, Semester 2
Lists A, B and C                                                KKB914      Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
            For details, refer to the Bachelor of Arts (HH01)   SPB001      Human Development and Education
            entry in the Humanities and Human Services          MDB383      Using Technology In The Curriculum
            section.
                                                                EDB431      Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
Part-time Students                                                          Decision Making

            See Note 2                                          Year 4, Semester 1
CORE PROGRAM - Continuing Students                              SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
                                                                EDB432      Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
The core program for the degree consists of the following                   Curriculum
selection of units:                                             HMB307      Health and Physical Education Curriculum
                                                                            (Primary)
First Year Core: Core Units for Professional Majors             CLB413      Programming And Assessment In Language
            INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL STUDIES                                And Mathematics
HHB110      Introduction To International And Global
            Studies                                             Year 4, Semester 2

HHB111      Issues in International and Global Studies          CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices

            SOCIETY AND CHANGE                                  MDB384      Science Education

HHB105      Exploring Change                                    EDB433      Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
                                                                            Teaching
HHB104      Understanding Society: Introduction to
            Sociology                                           CLB454      Language And Literacy Curriculum

            ETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS                             NOTE
HHB114      Introduction To Human Rights And Ethics                         Students with an approved LOTE background
HHB115      Human Identity And Change                                       in their undergraduate
            COMMUNITY STUDIES                                               degree who wish to undertake CLB334 Primary
                                                                            LOTE Curriculum
HHB103      Contemporary Social And Community Issues
                                                                            Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the
HHB102      The Human Condition                                             Student Affairs office




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           on 3864 3947. CLB334 is offered internally in
           semester 2.

Potential Careers:
Administrator, Community Worker, Corporate Secretary,
Diplomat, Educator, Government Officer, Information
Officer, Manager, Network Administrator, Network Manager,
Primary School Teacher, Project Developer, Project
Manager, Public Relations Officer/Consultant, Public
Servant.




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                                                                 Email: me.ryan@qut.edu.au
Bachelor of Applied Science/Bachelor
of Education (Primary) (IF84)
Year offered: 2009                                               Faculty of Education Office
Admissions: No                                                   Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
Course duration (full-time): 4 Years                             Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $3,694 (indicative)        Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
per semester
Domestic Entry: February                                         Course Structure for Commencing Students in 2002
QTAC code: 409142
Past rank cut-off: 80
                                                                            Students complete 192 credit points from units
Past OP cut-off: 10                                                         in the Bachelor of Applied Science degree
OP Guarantee: Yes                                                           (meeting all of the requirements of the core
Assumed knowledge: English (4 SA) , Maths B (4 SA)                          program and a major study), and 192 credit
Total credit points: 384                                                    points from the Bachelor of Education
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                           (Primary) program. The science units and the
                                                                            units EDB001, MDB383, CLB376 and EDB430
Course coordinator: Dr Perry Hartfield (Science): Dr Mary                   are undertaken during the first five semesters
Ryan (Education)                                                            of the double degree program.
Campus: Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove
                                                                 Course structure - Major in Biochemistry
Career Outcomes
The Bachelor of Applied Science allows multidisciplinary         Year 1, Semester 1
programs of study that not only help students position           EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
themselves within the broad range of science disciplines but                New Times
also qualify them as a competent professional in their
                                                                 LSB118     Life Science
chosen field.
                                                                 PCB101     Physical Science
Students are equipped to undertake research after                PCB142     Chemistry 1
graduation if they desire. The Bachelor of Education
(Primary) prepares students to teach at all levels of the        Year 1, Semester 2
primary school. Students may also complete a
                                                                 LSB238     Cell and Molecular Biology 1
discipline/content studies major in one of the key learning
areas of the Queensland school curriculum.                       MDB383     Using Technology In The Curriculum
                                                                 NRB270     Animal and Plant Structure and Function
Professional Recognition
                                                                 PCB242     Chemistry 2
The Bachelor of Education (Primary) is recognised by the
Queensland Board of Teacher Registration as meeting the          Year 2, Semester 1
requirements for registration as a teacher in Queensland.
                                                                 CLB376     Studies Of Society And Environment
Applicants for registration as a teacher in Queensland are                  Curriculum
subject to national criminal history checks.
                                                                 LSB308
For graduates with approved study: Australasian                  LSB338
Association of Clinical Biochemists, Australasian Institute of              Either
Mining and Metallurgy, Australian Biotechnology
Association, Australian Institute of Geoscientists, Australian   MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1
Institute of Physics, Australian Mathematical Society,                      Or
Australian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,        NRB100     Environmental Science
Australian Society for Medical Research, Australian Society
for Microbiology, Australian Society of Operations               Year 2, Semester 2
Research, Ecological Society of Australia, Geological
Society of Australia, Royal Australian Chemical Institute,       EDB430     Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
                                                                            Management
and the Statistical Society of Australia.
                                                                 LSB408
Contact Details                                                  LSB468
Science Coordinator                                              LSB608     Protein Science
Dr Perry Hartfield
Phone: +61 7 3138 2984                                           Year 3, Semester 1
Email: p.hartfield@qut.edu.au
                                                                 LSB508     Advanced Metabolism
Education Coordinator                                            LSB527     Biomedical Research Technologies
Ms Mary Ryan                                                                Either
Phone: +61 7 3138 3988




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LSB537     Genetic Engineering                                            Either
           Or                                                 MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
LSB568     Electron Microscopy                                            Or
           One Science Elective                               NRB100      Environmental Science

Year 3, Semester 2                                            Year 2, Semester 2
CLB454     Language And Literacy Curriculum                   LSB408
EDB431     Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum                    Either
           Decision Making
                                                              LSB497
MDB384     Science Education
                                                                          Or
SPB001     Human Development and Education
                                                              LSB468
Year 4, Semester 1                                            LSB657      Perspectives in Life Science
CLB413     Programming And Assessment In Language             EDB430      Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
           And Mathematics                                                Management
EDB432     Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
           Curriculum                                         Year 3, Semester 1

HMB307     Health and Physical Education Curriculum           LSB537      Genetic Engineering
           (Primary)                                                      One Science Elective
MDB450     Primary Mathematics Curriculum                                 Two of
                                                              LSB509      Medical Biotechnology 1
Year 4, Semester 2
                                                              LSB568      Electron Microscopy
CLB306     Understanding Educational Practices
                                                              LSB577      Plant Biotechnology 1
EDB433     Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
           Teaching
                                                              Year 3, Semester 2
KKB914     Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
                                                              CLB454      Language And Literacy Curriculum
SPB002     Psychology of Learning and Teaching
                                                              EDB431      Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
                                                                          Decision Making
NOTES
                                                              MDB384      Science Education
           Students with an approved LOTE background
           in their undergraduate degree who wish to          SPB001      Human Development and Education
           undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
           Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the      Year 4, Semester 1
           Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is
           offered internally in semester 2.                  CLB413      Programming And Assessment In Language
                                                                          And Mathematics
Course structure - Major in Biotechnology                     EDB432      Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
                                                                          Curriculum
Year 1, Semester 1                                            HMB307      Health and Physical Education Curriculum
EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in                   (Primary)
           New Times                                          MDB450      Primary Mathematics Curriculum
LSB118     Life Science
PCB101     Physical Science                                   Year 4, Semester 2

PCB142     Chemistry 1                                        CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
                                                              EDB433      Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
Year 1, Semester 2                                                        Teaching
LSB238     Cell and Molecular Biology 1                       KKB914      Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
MDB383     Using Technology In The Curriculum                 SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
NRB270     Animal and Plant Structure and Function                        In 2002 EDB432 will be available in semester 2
                                                                          to students who do not successfully complete
PCB242     Chemistry 2                                                    the requirements of the unit in semester 1. This
                                                                          offering will be in external mode only.
Year 2, Semester 1
CLB376     Studies Of Society And Environment                 NOTES
           Curriculum                                                     Students with an approved LOTE background
LSB308                                                                    in their undergraduate degree who wish to
                                                                          undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
LSB338                                                                    Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the




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           Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is     HMB307      Health and Physical Education Curriculum
           offered internally in semester 2.                              (Primary)

Course structure - Major in Chemistry                         MDB450      Primary Mathematics Curriculum

                                                              Year 4, Semester 2
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
           New Times                                          EDB433      Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
                                                                          Teaching
MAB100     Mathematical Sciences 1A
                                                              KKB914      Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
PCB101     Physical Science
                                                              SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
PCB142     Chemistry 1
                                                              NOTES
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                                          Students with an approved LOTE background
MDB383     Using Technology In The Curriculum                             in their undergraduate degree who wish to
PCB242     Chemistry 2                                                    undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
                                                                          Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the
PCB260     Physics 1A                                                     Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is
PCB434     Inorganic Chemistry                                            offered internally in semester 2.

                                                              Course structure - Major in Ecology
Year 2, Semester 1
CLB376     Studies Of Society And Environment                 Year 1, Semester 1
           Curriculum
                                                              EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
NRB100     Environmental Science                                          New Times
PCB305     Principles of Physical Chemistry                   LSB118      Life Science
PCB354     Structure and Mechanism in Organic                 NRB100      Environmental Science
           Chemistry
                                                              PCB101      Physical Science
Year 2, Semester 2
                                                              Year 1, Semester 2
EDB430     Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
           Management                                         MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
PCB414     Industrial and Environmental Analytical            MDB383      Using Technology In The Curriculum
           Chemistry
                                                              NRB270      Animal and Plant Structure and Function
PCB444     Spectroscopy
                                                              NRB410
PCB634     Organometallic and Coordination Chemistry
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              CLB376      Studies Of Society And Environment
LSB118     Life Science                                                   Curriculum
PCB505     Advanced Physical Chemistry                        NRB311
PCB554     Synthesis and Reactivity in Organic Chemistry      NRB312      Experimental Design
           One of                                             NRB370
PCB514     Instrumental Analysis
                                                              Year 2, Semester 2
PCB584     Forensic Examination of Physical Evidence
                                                              EDB430      Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
PCB604     Project                                                        Management
                                                              NRB411      Ecological Methods
Year 3, Semester 2
                                                              NRB470
CLB454     Language And Literacy Curriculum
                                                              NRB611      Conservation Biology
EDB431     Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
           Decision Making
                                                              Year 3, Semester 1
MDB384     Science Education
                                                              NRB510      Population Genetics
SPB001     Human Development and Education
                                                              NRB511      Population Management
Year 4, Semester 1                                            NRB572      Terrestrial Ecosystems
CLB413     Programming And Assessment In Language                         One Science Elective
           And Mathematics
EDB432     Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive         Year 3, Semester 2
           Curriculum




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CLB454     Language And Literacy Curriculum                   EDB430      Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
                                                                          Management
EDB431     Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
           Decision Making                                    NRB400      Environmental Systems
MDB384     Science Education                                  NRB440      Environmental Chemistry
SPB001     Human Development and Education                    NRB600      Sustainable Environmental Management

Year 4, Semester 1                                            Year 3, Semester 1
CLB413     Programming And Assessment In Language             NRB500      Environmental Systems and Modelling
           And Mathematics
                                                              NRB501      Spatial Analysis of Environmental Systems
EDB432     Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
           Curriculum                                         NRB572      Terrestrial Ecosystems

HMB307     Health and Physical Education Curriculum                       One Science Elective
           (Primary)
                                                              Year 3, Semester 2
MDB450     Primary Mathematics Curriculum
                                                              CLB454      Language And Literacy Curriculum
Year 4, Semester 2                                            EDB431      Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
CLB306     Understanding Educational Practices                            Decision Making

EDB433     Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning         MDB384      Science Education
           Teaching                                           SPB001      Human Development and Education
KKB914     Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
                                                              Year 4, Semester 1
SPB002     Psychology of Learning and Teaching
                                                              CLB413      Programming And Assessment In Language
NOTES                                                                     And Mathematics

           Students with an approved LOTE background          EDB432      Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
           in their undergraduate degree who wish to                      Curriculum
           undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum           HMB307      Health and Physical Education Curriculum
           Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the                  (Primary)
           Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is
           offered internally in semester 2.                  MDB450      Primary Mathematics Curriculum

Course structure - Major in Environmental Science             Year 4, Semester 2
                                                              CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              EDB433      Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in                   Teaching
           New Times
                                                              KKB914      Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1
                                                              SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
NRB100     Environmental Science
PCB101     Physical Science                                   NOTES
                                                                          Students with an approved LOTE background
Year 1, Semester 2                                                        in their undergraduate degree who wish to
                                                                          undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
LSB118     Life Science                                                   Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the
MDB383     Using Technology In The Curriculum                             Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is
                                                                          offered internally in semester 2.
NRB232     Environmental Geology
PCB142     Chemistry 1                                        Course structure - Major in Geology

Year 2, Semester 1                                            Year 1, Semester 1
CLB376     Studies Of Society And Environment                 EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
           Curriculum                                                     New Times
NRB300     Environmental Monitoring                           MAB100      Mathematical Sciences 1A
NRB311                                                        NRB100      Environmental Science
           One of                                             PCB101      Physical Science
NRB370
                                                              Year 1, Semester 2
NRB371
                                                              MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
ITB843     Computing Applications
                                                              MDB383      Using Technology In The Curriculum
Year 2, Semester 2                                            NRB230      Planet Earth




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PCB142     Chemistry 1                                                    undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
                                                                          Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the
Year 2, Semester 1                                                        Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is
                                                                          offered internally in semester 2.
CLB376     Studies Of Society And Environment
           Curriculum                                         Course structure - Major in Mathematics (WITH Maths
NRB331                                                        C)

NRB333
                                                              Year 1, Semester 1
NRB334     Mineral Deposits And Mine Geology
                                                              EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
                                                                          New Times
Year 2, Semester 2
                                                              MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
EDB430     Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
           Management                                         MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
NRB434                                                        MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C
NRB436
                                                              Year 1, Semester 2
NRB633     Hydrogeology
                                                              MAB210      Statistical Modelling 1
SCB222     Exploration of the Universe
                                                              MAB220      Computational Mathematics 1
Year 3, Semester 1                                            MDB383      Using Technology In The Curriculum
NRB533     Advanced Geological Mapping                        PCB101      Physical Science
NRB534     Geophysics
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
NRB536     Petrology and Geochemistry
                                                              CLB376      Studies Of Society And Environment
           One Science Elective                                           Curriculum
NOTE:      The major component in assessment and                          One Science Elective
           teaching of NRB533 is conducted as a field
           program during July.                                           Two Level 2 Mathematics units # - available
                                                                          units are:
Year 3, Semester 2                                            MAB311      Advanced Calculus
CLB454     Language And Literacy Curriculum                   MAB312      Linear Algebra
EDB431     Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum        MAB313      Mathematics of Finance
           Decision Making                                    MAB314      Statistical Modelling 2
MDB384     Science Education
SPB001     Human Development and Education                    Year 2, Semester 2
                                                              EDB430      Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
Year 4, Semester 1                                                        Management
CLB413     Programming And Assessment In Language                         Two Level 2 Mathematics units- available units
           And Mathematics                                                are:
EDB432     Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive         MAB315      Operations Research 2
           Curriculum                                         MAB413      Differential Equations
HMB307     Health and Physical Education Curriculum           MAB414      Applied Statistics 2
           (Primary)
                                                              MAB420      Computational Mathematics 2
MDB450     Primary Mathematics Curriculum
                                                              MAB422      Mathematical Modelling
Year 4, Semester 2                                                        One Level 3 Mathematics units - available units
CLB306     Understanding Educational Practices                            are:

EDB433     Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning         MAB621      Discrete Mathematics
           Teaching                                           MAB623      Financial Mathematics
KKB914     Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1            NOTE:       Students must complete at least one of
SPB002     Psychology of Learning and Teaching                            MAB311, MAB312, MAB413
           In 2002 EDB432 will be available in semester 2     Year 3, Semester 1
           to students who do not successfully complete
           the requirements of the unit in semester 1. This               One Science Elective
           offering will be in external mode only.
                                                                          Three Level 3 Mathematics units - available
                                                                          units are:
NOTES
                                                              MAB521      Applied Mathematics 3
           Students with an approved LOTE background
           in their undergraduate degree who wish to          MAB522      Computational Mathematics 3




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MAB523     Introduction to Quality Management                             Three Level 2 Mathematics units - available
                                                                          units are:
MAB524     Statistical Inference
                                                              MAB311      Advanced Calculus
MAB525     Operations Research 3A
                                                              MAB312      Linear Algebra
MAB672     Advanced Mathematical Modelling
                                                              MAB313      Mathematics of Finance
Year 3, Semester 2                                            MAB314      Statistical Modelling 2
CLB454     Language And Literacy Curriculum
                                                              Year 2, Semester 2
EDB431     Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
           Decision Making                                    EDB430      Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
                                                                          Management
MDB384     Science Education
                                                                          Two Level 2 Mathematics units - available units
SPB001     Human Development and Education                                are:

Year 4, Semester 1                                            MAB315      Operations Research 2

CLB413     Programming And Assessment In Language             MAB413      Differential Equations
           And Mathematics                                    MAB414      Applied Statistics 2
EDB432     Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive         MAB420      Computational Mathematics 2
           Curriculum
                                                              MAB422      Mathematical Modelling
HMB307     Health and Physical Education Curriculum
           (Primary)                                                      One Level 3 Mathematics units - available units
                                                                          are:
MDB450     Primary Mathematics Curriculum
                                                              MAB621      Discrete Mathematics
Year 4, Semester 2                                            MAB623      Financial Mathematics
CLB306     Understanding Educational Practices                NOTE:       Students must complete at least one of
                                                                          MAB311, MAB312, MAB413
EDB433     Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
           Teaching
                                                              Year 3, Semester 1
KKB914     Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
                                                                          One Science Elective
SPB002     Psychology of Learning and Teaching
                                                                          Three Level 3 Mathematics units - available
                                                                          units are:
NOTES
                                                              MAB521      Applied Mathematics 3
           Students with an approved LOTE background
           in their undergraduate degree who wish to          MAB522      Computational Mathematics 3
           undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
           Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the      MAB523      Introduction to Quality Management
           Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is     MAB524      Statistical Inference
           offered internally in semester 2.
                                                              MAB525      Operations Research 3A
Course structure - Major in Mathematics (WITHOUT              MAB672      Advanced Mathematical Modelling
Maths C)
                                                              Year 3, Semester 2
Year 1, Semester 1                                            CLB454      Language And Literacy Curriculum
EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in       EDB431      Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
           New Times                                                      Decision Making
MAB100     Mathematical Sciences 1A                           MDB384      Science Education
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1                        SPB001      Human Development and Education
PCB101     Physical Science
                                                              Year 4, Semester 1
Year 1, Semester 2                                            CLB413      Programming And Assessment In Language
MAB111     Mathematical Sciences 1B                                       And Mathematics
MAB112     Mathematical Sciences 1C                           EDB432      Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
                                                                          Curriculum
MAB210     Statistical Modelling 1
                                                              HMB307      Health and Physical Education Curriculum
MDB383     Using Technology In The Curriculum                             (Primary)
                                                              MDB450      Primary Mathematics Curriculum
Year 2, Semester 1
CLB376     Studies Of Society And Environment                 Year 4, Semester 2
           Curriculum
                                                              CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
MAB220     Computational Mathematics 1




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EDB433     Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning         MDB384      Science Education
           Teaching
                                                              SPB001      Human Development and Education
KKB914     Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
SPB002     Psychology of Learning and Teaching                Year 4, Semester 1
                                                              CLB413      Programming And Assessment In Language
NOTES                                                                     And Mathematics
           Students with an approved LOTE background          EDB432      Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
           in their undergraduate degree who wish to                      Curriculum
           undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
           Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the      HMB307      Health and Physical Education Curriculum
           Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is                 (Primary)
           offered internally in semester 2.                  MDB450      Primary Mathematics Curriculum

Course structure - Major in Microbiology                      Year 4, Semester 2
                                                              CLB306      Understanding Educational Practices
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              EDB433      Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
LSB118     Life Science                                                   Teaching
PCB101     Physical Science                                   KKB914      Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
PCB142     Chemistry 1                                        SPB002      Psychology of Learning and Teaching
EDB001     Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
           New Times                                          NOTES
                                                                          Students with an approved LOTE background
Year 1, Semester 2                                                        in their undergraduate degree who wish to
LSB238     Cell and Molecular Biology 1                                   undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
                                                                          Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the
MDB383     Using Technology In The Curriculum                             Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is
NRB270     Animal and Plant Structure and Function                        offered internally in semester 2.

PCB242     Chemistry 2                                        Course structure - Major in Physics

Year 2, Semester 1                                            Year 1, Semester 1
CLB376     Studies Of Society And Environment                 MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
           Curriculum
                                                              PCB101      Physical Science
LSB308
                                                              PCB107
LSB338
                                                                          Either
           Either
                                                              MAB131      Engineering Mathematics 1A
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1
                                                                          Or
           Or
                                                              MAB180      Engineering Mathematics 1B
NRB100     Environmental Science
                                                              EDB001      Teaching and Learning Studies 1: Teaching in
Year 2, Semester 2                                                        New Times

EDB430     Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom         Year 1, Semester 2
           Management
                                                              MDB383      Using Technology In The Curriculum
LSB408
                                                              MAB132      Engineering Mathematics 2A
LSB428
                                                              PCB250      Physics 1
LSB657     Perspectives in Life Science
                                                              PCB260      Physics 1A
Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
LSB528     Environmental Microbiology
                                                              CLB376      Studies Of Society And Environment
LSB547     Bacterial Pathogenesis and Disease Diagnosis                   Curriculum
LSB578     Virology                                           MAB134      Electrical Engineering Mathematics 3
           One Science Elective                               PCB361      AC Theory and Electronics

Year 3, Semester 2                                            PCB362      Physics 2

CLB454     Language And Literacy Curriculum                   Year 2, Semester 2
EDB431     Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum        EDB430      Primary Professional Practice 1: Classroom
           Decision Making                                                Management




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PCB404     Scientific Principles of Safety                     Virologist.
PCB460     Instrumentation and Computational Methods
PCB462     Thermodynamics and Solid State Physics

Year 3, Semester 1
           One Science Elective unit
PCB561     Quantum and Condensed Matter Physics
PCB562     Physical Methods of Analysis
PCB661     Experimental Physics

Year 3, Semester 2
CLB454     Language And Literacy Curriculum
EDB431     Primary Professional Practice 2: Curriculum
           Decision Making
MDB384     Science Education
SPB001     Human Development and Education

Year 4, Semester 1
CLB413     Programming And Assessment In Language
           And Mathematics
EDB432     Primary Professional Practice 3: Inclusive
           Curriculum
HMB307     Health and Physical Education Curriculum
           (Primary)
MDB450     Primary Mathematics Curriculum

Year 4, Semester 2
CLB306     Understanding Educational Practices
EDB433     Primary Professional Practice 4: Beginning
           Teaching
KKB914     Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum 1
SPB002     Psychology of Learning and Teaching
NOTE:      In 2002 EDB432 will be available in Semester
           2 to students who do not successfully complete
           the requirements of the unit in Semester 1.
           This offering will be in external mode only.

NOTES
           Students with an approved LOTE background
           in their undergraduate degree who wish to
           undertake CLB334 Primary LOTE Curriculum
           Studies in place of CLB413 should contact the
           Student Affairs office on 3864 3847. CLB334 is
           offered internally in semester 2.

Potential Careers:
Actuary, Analytical Chemist, Astrophysicist, Biochemist,
Biologist, Biotechnologist, Chemist, Chemist Industrial,
Coastal Scientist, Conservation Biologist, Database
Manager, Ecologist, Educator, Environmental Scientist,
Forensic Scientist, Geologist, Geophysicist, Geoscientist,
Health Physicist, Hydrogeologist, Immunologist, Industrial
Chemist, Laboratory Technician (Chemistry), Marine
Scientist, Mathematician, Medical Biotechnologist, Medical
Physicist, Microbiologist, Molecular Biologist, Natural
Resource Scientist, Physicist, Plant Biotechnologist,
Population Ecologist, Primary School Teacher,
Programmer, Quantitative Analyst, Statistician, Teacher,




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                                                                participate in the required activities and may need to be
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education                          withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
(Secondary) (IX01)                                              academic penalty. It may take up to 8 weeks for the
Year offered: 2009                                              Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Admissions: No                                                  available at bluecard.qut.com.
CRICOS code: 020316C
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                            Further Information
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,594 (indicative)       Faculty of Education Office
per semester                                                    Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,250                Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
Domestic Entry: February
International Entry: February                                   Humanities Program
QTAC code: 409102                                               Email: hhs_enq@qut.edu.au
Past rank cut-off: 74                                           Phone: +61 7 3138 4563
Past OP cut-off: 13                                             Fax: +61 7 3138 4719
OP Guarantee: Yes
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                              Deferment
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of
                                                                QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further
                                                                undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com
                                                                months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
Total credit points: 432 (240 cr pts in the BA and 192 cr
                                                                using specific admission requirements such as
pts in the BEd)
                                                                questionnaires, folios, auditions, prior study or work
Course coordinator: Humanities Coordinator: Dr Iraphne
                                                                experience.
Childs; Education Coordinator: Dr Mal Shield
Campus: Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove
                                                                Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
                                                                offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
NO FURTHER INTAKE INTO THIS COURSE
This course has been replaced by a newly coded IX21             Find out more on deferment.
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) with
effect from 2008.                                               Computing Requirement
                                                                The increased and more creative use of online teaching
Career Outcomes
                                                                technology in this degree requires that you have access to
During the Arts component you will specialise in two            suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
teaching areas relevant to the secondary school curriculum.     Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
The Education component prepares you to teach both areas
across years 8 to 12.                                           Course is under review
                                                                QUT is currently reviewing the Arts and Social Science
Professional Recognition
                                                                programs to ensure they continue to meet the needs of
Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in          students and employers. As a result these programs may
Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.          change in 2008 or may not be offered. You can register for
Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia    updates on the status of these courses by visiting the
and overseas may be required to meet additional                 Humanities Program website.
conditions.
                                                                Course structure
Working With Children Check
Working With Children Check - As required by the                Year 1 - Semester 1
Commission for Children and Young People and Child
                                                                            Foundation Unit OR
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card    HHB116      Applied Skills And Scholarship
(Blue Card) by the Commission.                                              Course Foundation Unit - from 1st teaching
                                                                            area
As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the                         Elective Unit - 1st Teaching Area
course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue                        Elective Unit - 2nd Teaching Area
Card to undertake activities in any unit which involves                     Course Foundation Unit
contact with children, including the required field studies
blocks.                                                         Year 1 - Semester 2
                                                                            Foundation Unit OR
If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the       HHB116      Applied Skills And Scholarship
police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to                 Course Foundation Unit - 2nd Teaching Area




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            Course Foundation Unit                            HHB123      Indigenous Australian Culture Studies
            Elective Unit - 2nd Teaching Area                 HHB115      Human Identity And Change
            Elective Unit - 1st Teaching Area                 HHB104      Understanding Society: Intro To Sociology
                                                              HHB112      Australian Politics
Year 2, Semester 1
                                                                          LOTE: See Note 4
            Elective Unit - 1st Teaching Area
                                                                          LANGUAGES: See Note 5
            Elective Unit - 1st Teaching Area
                                                              HHB071      Indonesian 1
            Elective Unit - 2nd Teaching Area
                                                              HHB073      Indonesian 3
            Other Elective
                                                              HHB081      Japanese 1
            Other Elective
                                                              HHB083      Japanese 3
Year 2, Semester 2                                            HHB061      French 1
            Elective Unit - 2nd Teaching Area                 HHB063      French 3
            Elective Unit - 2nd Teaching Area                 HHB091      German 1
            Elective Unit - 1st Teaching Area                 HHB093      German 3
            Other Elective                                    HHB031      Mandarin 1
            Other Elective                                    HHB032      Mandarin 2
                                                              HHB033      Mandarin 3
Notes
                                                              HHB034      Mandarin 4
            See Notes 1 and 2
                                                              Year 2 (Semester 1 and 2) and Year 3 (Semester 1)
Part-Time Students in BA Component
                                                                          LIST C - ELECTIVES (Refer to HH01 Bachelor
            See Note 3                                                    of Arts Degree course information)
                                                                          English
List A - Foundation Units
                                                                          Geography
            Students should complete two Foundation
            Units in first year.                                          History
HHB106      Australian Society And Culture                                Social Science
HHB114      Introduction To Human Rights And Ethics                       Languages
HHB111      Issues In International And Global Studies
                                                              Education Component
HHB110      Introduction To International And Global
            Studies
                                                              Year 3, Semester 1
HHB105      Exploring Change
                                                              EDB002      Teaching and Learning Studies 2:
HHB104      Understanding Society: Intro To Sociology                     Development and Learning
HHB112      Australian Politics                               EDB031      Secondary Field Studies 1
HHB115      Human Identity And Change                                     Curriculum Studies IX
HHB102      The Human Condition                                           Curriculum Studies IY
HHB103      Contemporary Social And Community Issues
                                                              Year 3, Semester 2
List B - BA Course Foundation Units                           EDB003      Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
                                                                          Education
            ENGLISH
                                                              EDB032      Secondary Field Studies 2
KWB001      Introduction to Literary Theory and Cultural
            Studies                                                       Curriculum Studies 2X
CLB320      Studies In Language                                           Curriculum Studies 2Y
            HISTORY
                                                              Year 4, Semester 1
HHB121      Interpreting The Past
                                                              EDB004      Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
HHB109      Australian Historical Studies                                 Education
            GEOGRAPHY                                         EDB033      Secondary Field Studies 3
HHB107      World Regions                                                 Curriculum Studies 3X
HHB127      Environment And Society                                       Curriculum Studies 3Y
            SOCIAL SCIENCE
                                                              Year 4, Semester 2




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EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
           Work of Teachers
EDB034     Secondary Field Studies 4
EDB035     Internship (Secondary)
EDB007     Culture Studies: Indigenous Education

Curriculum Studies Units

Curriculum Studies 1
CLB018     English Curriculum Studies 1
CLB024     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 1
CLB036     LOTE Curriculum Studies 1
CLB054     Social Education Curriculum Studies 1

Curriculum Studies 2
CLB019     English Curriculum Studies 2
CLB025     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 2
CLB028     Geography Curriculum Studies 2
CLB031     History Curriculum Studies 2
CLB037     LOTE Curriculum Studies 2
CLB040     Social Science Curriculum Studies 2

Curriculum Studies 3
CLB020     English Curriculum Studies 3
CLB026     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 3
CLB038     LOTE Curriculum Studies 3
CLB056     Social Education Curriculum Studies 3

Potential Careers:
Academic, Administrator, Community Education Officer,
Community Worker, Educator, English Teacher, Exchange
Student, Government Officer, Guidance Officer, Higher
Education Worker, Manager, Marketing Officer/Manager,
Policy Officer, Public Servant, Secondary School Teacher,
Teacher.




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Bachelor of Applied Science/Bachelor                            Professional Recognition
of Education (Secondary) (IX02)                                 Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
Year offered: 2009                                              Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.
Admissions: Yes                                                 Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia
CRICOS code: 020322E                                            and overseas may be required to meet additional
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                            conditions.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $3,641 (indicative)
per semester                                                    Graduates will satisfy the requirements for membership of
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,750                the relevant professional body for their chosen science
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            major. See the Bachelor of Applied Science (SC01) course
Domestic Entry: February                                        for details.
International Entry: February
QTAC code: 409112                                               Working With Children Check
Past rank cut-off: 75
                                                                Working With Children Check - As required by the
Past OP cut-off: 13
                                                                Commission for Children and Young People and Child
OP Guarantee: Yes
                                                                Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA) and Maths B (4, SA)
                                                                criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
Preparatory studies: MATHS: QUT unit Preparatory
                                                                (Blue Card) by the Commission.
Mathematics as a visiting student or QUT Continuing
Professional Education course Mathematics Bridging.
                                                                As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
ENGLISH: Successful completion of a year of full-time
                                                                course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
vocational or tertiary study. For further information contact
                                                                QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com
                                                                Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
Total credit points: 432
                                                                contact with children, including the required field studies
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
                                                                blocks.
(semesters 1, 6-8), 60 (semesters 2-5)
Course coordinator: Dr Perry Hartfield (Science); Dr Mal
                                                                If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
Shield (Secondary)
                                                                enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Discipline coordinator: Dr Perry Hartfield (Biochemistry);
                                                                police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Dr Marion Bateson (Biotechnology); Dr Robert Johnson
                                                                participate in the required activities and may need to be
(Chemistry); Dr Ian Williamson (Ecology); Dr Robin
                                                                withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Thwaites (Environmental Science); Dr Gary Huftile
                                                                academic penalty. It may take up to 8 weeks for the
(Geoscience); Dr Dann Mallet (Mathematics); Dr Christine
                                                                Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Knox (Microbiology); Dr Greg Michael (Physics)
                                                                available at bluecard.qut.com.
Campus: Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove
                                                                Contact Details
Career Opportunities
                                                                Science Coordinator
The Bachelor of Applied Science allows multidisciplinary
                                                                Dr Perry Hartfield
programs of study that not only help you position yourself
                                                                Phone: +61 7 3138 2984
within the broad range of science disciplines but also
                                                                Email: p.hartfield@qut.edu.au
qualifies you as a competent professional in your chosen
field. You are equipped to work as a science professional or
                                                                Education Coordinator
undertake research after graduation if you desire.
                                                                Dr Mal Shield
                                                                Phone: +61 7 3138 3323
The Bachelor of Education (Secondary) prepares you to
                                                                Email: m.shield@qut.edu.au
teach in two curriculum areas in secondary school. The
science majors that are most relevant to students intending
to follow a career in secondary school teaching are
                                                                Faculty of Education Office
Chemistry, Ecology, Geoscience, Mathematics or Physics.
                                                                Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
                                                                Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
Recommended Study
                                                                Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
At least one of the sciences. For the majors in biochemistry,
biotechnology and microbiology - Biological Science and         Discipline Coordinators
Chemistry are recommended; for the major in physics -
Maths C is recommended.                                         Biochemistry
                                                                Dr Perry Hartfield
Course Design                                                   Phone: +61 7 3138 2984
See the Bachelor of Applied Science course information for      Email: p.hartfield@qut.edu.au
details of major areas of study. To allow you to complete the
double degree in a shorter period of time, co-majors are to     Biotechnology
be taken from the education technology program.                 Dr Marion Bateson




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Phone: +61 7 3138 1269                                         SCB111      Chemistry 1
Email: m.bateson@qut.edu.au                                    SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life

Chemistry                                                                  Plus either:
Dr Robert Johnson                                              MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
Phone: +61 7 3138 2016                                                     Or
Email: ra.johnson@qut.edu.au
                                                               MAB105      Preparatory Mathematics
Ecology
Dr Ian Williamson                                              Year 1, Semester 2
Phone: +61 7 3138 2779                                         SCB120      Plant and Animal Physiology
Email: i.williamson@qut.edu.au                                 SCB121      Chemistry 2

Environmental Science                                          SCB122      Cell and Molecular Biology
Dr Robin Thwaites                                              SCB123      Physical Science Applications
Phone: +61 7 3138 2400                                         SCB222      Exploration of the Universe
Email: r.thwaites@qut.edu.au
                                                               Year 2, Semester 1
Geoscience
Dr Gary Huftile                                                LQB381      Biochemistry: Structure and Function
Phone: +61 7 3138 4470                                         LQB383      Molecular and Cellular Regulation
Email: g.huftile@qut.edu.au
                                                               Year 2, Semester 2
Mathematics                                                    LQB481      Biochemical Pathways and Metabolism
Dr Dann Mallet
Phone: +61 7 3138 2354                                         LQB483      Molecular Biology Techniques
Email: dg.mallet@qut.edu.au                                    LSB608      Protein Science
                                                                           Science Elective (See list)
Microbiology
Dr Christine Knox                                              Year 3, Semester 1
Phone: +61 7 3138 2301
Email: c.knox@qut.edu.au                                       LQB581      Functional Biochemistry
                                                               LQB582      Biomedical Research Technologies
Physics                                                        LQB583      Genetic Research Technology
Dr Greg Michael
Phone: +61 7 3138 1584                                                     Science Elective (See list)
Email: g.michael@qut.edu.au top
                                                               Course structure - Major in Biotechnology
Deferment
                                                               Year 1, Semester 1
QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six         SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses        SCB111      Chemistry 1
using specific admission requirements such as
                                                               SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life
questionnaires, portfolios, auditions, prior study or work
experience.                                                                Plus either:
                                                               MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
                                                                           Or
offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
                                                               MAB105      Preparatory Mathematics
Find out more on deferment.
                                                               Year 1, Semester 2
Computing Requirement                                          SCB120      Plant and Animal Physiology
The increased and more creative use of online teaching         SCB121      Chemistry 2
technology in this degree requires that you have access to
                                                               SCB122      Cell and Molecular Biology
suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.            SCB123      Physical Science Applications
                                                               SCB222      Exploration of the Universe
Course structure - Major in Biochemistry
                                                               Year 2, Semester 1
Year 1, Semester 1                                             LQB381      Biochemistry: Structure and Function
SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems                LQB383      Molecular and Cellular Regulation




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Year 2, Semester 2                                            SCB111      Chemistry 1
LQB483     Molecular Biology Techniques                       SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life
LQB484     Introduction to Genomics and Bioinformatics                    Plus either
           Science Elective (See list)                        MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
           Science Elective (See list)                                    Or
                                                              MAB105      Preparatory Mathematics
Year 3, Semester 1
LQB582     Biomedical Research Technologies                   Year 1, Semester 2
LQB583     Genetic Research Technology                        NQB201      Planet Earth
LQB584     Medical Cell Biology                               NQB202      History of Life on Earth
LQB585     Plant Genetic Manipulation                         NQB422      Genetics and Evolution
                                                              SCB120      Plant and Animal Physiology
Course structure - Major in Chemistry
                                                              SCB222      Exploration of the Universe
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems
                                                              NQB321      Ecology
SCB111     Chemistry 1
                                                              NQB322      Invertebrate Biology
SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life
           Plus either:                                       Year 2, Semester 2
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1                        NQB421      Experimental Design
           Or                                                 NRB611      Conservation Biology
MAB105     Preparatory Mathematics                                        Plus either
                                                              SCB122      Cell and Molecular Biology
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                                          Or
MAB100     Mathematical Sciences 1A
                                                              SCB123      Physical Science Applications
SCB121     Chemistry 2
                                                                          Science Elective (See list)
SCB123     Physical Science Applications
SCB131     Experimental Chemistry                             Year 3, Semester 1
SCB222     Exploration of the Universe                        NQB502      Field Mapping and Monitoring of Natural
                                                                          Resources
Year 2, Semester 1                                            NQB521      Population Genetics and Molecular Ecology
PQB312     Analytical Chemistry For Scientists and            NQB523      Population Management
           Technologists
                                                                          Science Elective (See list)
PQB331     Structure and Bonding
                                                              Course structure - Major in Environmental Science
Year 2, Semester 2
PQB401     Reaction Kinetics, Thermodynamics and              Year 1, Semester 1
           Mechanisms                                         SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
PQB442     Chemical Spectroscopy                              SCB111      Chemistry 1
PCB634     Organometallic and Coordination Chemistry          SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life
           Science Elective (See list)                                    Plus either:
Year 3, Semester 1                                            MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
PQB502     Materials Chemistry and Characterisation                       Or
PQB513     Instrumental Analysis                              MAB105      Preparatory Mathematics
PQB531     Organic Mechanisms and Synthesis                   Year 1, Semester 2
           Science Elective (See list)                        NQB201      Planet Earth
Course structure - Major in Ecology                           NQB202      History of Life on Earth
                                                              SCB120      Plant and Animal Physiology
Year 1, Semester 1                                            SCB123      Physical Science Applications
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems                SCB222      Exploration of the Universe




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Year 2, Semester 1                                            from Senior)
NQB302     Earth Surface Systems
                                                              WITH GENERAL SCIENCE AS A SECOND TEACHING
NQB321     Ecology                                            AREA
Year 2, Semester 2                                            Year 1, Semester 1
NQB403     Soils and the Environment                          MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
NQB421     Experimental Design                                MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
NRB600     Sustainable Environmental Management               SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
           Science Elective (See list)                        SCB111      Chemistry 1
Year 3, Semester 1                                            Year 1, Semester 2
NQB501     Environmental Modelling                            MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C
NQB502     Field Mapping and Monitoring of Natural            MAB210      Statistical Modelling 1
           Resources
                                                              MAB220      Computational Mathematics 1
NQB503     Spatial Analysis of Environmental Systems
                                                              SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life
           Science Elective (See list)
                                                              SCB222      Exploration of the Universe
Course structure - Major in Geoscience
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
Year 1, Semester 1                                            MAB311      Advanced Calculus
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems                MAB315      Operations Research 2
SCB111     Chemistry 1
                                                              Year 2, Semester 2
SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life
                                                              MAB625      Operations Research 3B
           Plus either:
                                                                          Plus either
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1
                                                              MAB414      Applied Statistics 2
           Or
                                                                          Or
MAB105     Preparatory Mathematics
                                                              MAB422      Mathematical Modelling
Year 1, Semester 2                                                        Plus select ONE unit from the following:
NQB201     Planet Earth                                       MAB313      Mathematics of Finance
NQB202     History of Life on Earth                           MAB413      Differential Equations
SCB120     Plant and Animal Physiology                        MAB414      Applied Statistics 2
SCB123     Physical Science Applications                      MAB422      Mathematical Modelling
SCB222     Exploration of the Universe                        MAB480      Introduction to Scientific Computation
                                                                          Science Elective (See list)
Year 2, Semester 1
NQB311     Mineralogy                                         Year 3, Semester 1
NQB314     Sedimentary Geology                                            Select THREE units from the following:
                                                              MAB521      Applied Mathematics 3
Year 2, Semester 2
                                                              MAB525      Operations Research 3A
NQB411     Petrology of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks
                                                              MAB533      Statistical Techniques
NQB412     Structural Geology and Field Methods
                                                              MAB672      Advanced Mathematical Modelling
NRB633     Hydrogeology
                                                                          null
           Science Elective (See list)
                                                              Course structure - Major in Mathematics (WITHOUT
Year 3, Semester 1                                            Maths C)
NQB502     Field Mapping and Monitoring of Natural
           Resources                                          WITH GENERAL SCIENCE AS A SECOND TEACHING
NQB503     Spatial Analysis of Environmental Systems          AREA
NQB513     Geophysics
                                                              Year 1, Semester 1
           Science Elective (See list)
                                                              MAB100      Mathematical Sciences 1A
Course structure - Major in Mathematics (WITH Maths C



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MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1                        SCB122      Cell and Molecular Biology
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems                SCB123      Physical Science Applications
SCB111     null                                               SCB222      Exploration of the Universe

Year 1, Semester 2                                            Year 2, Semester 1
MAB111     Mathematical Sciences 1B                           LQB381      Biochemistry: Structure and Function
MAB112     Mathematical Sciences 1C                           LQB386      Microbial Structure and Function
MAB210     Statistical Modelling 1
                                                              Year 2, Semester 2
MAB220     Computational Mathematics 1
                                                              LQB483      Molecular Biology Techniques
SCB222     Exploration of the Universe
                                                              LQB486      Clinical Microbiology 1
Year 2, Semester 1                                            LSB628      Food Microbiology
MAB311     Advanced Calculus                                              Science Elective (See list)
MAB315     Operations Research 2
                                                              Year 3, Semester 1
Year 2, Semester 2                                            LQB586      Clinical Microbiology 2
MAB625     Operations Research 3B                             LQB587      Applied Microbiology 1: Water, Air and Soil
           Plus either                                                    Either
MAB414     Applied Statistics 2                               LQB582      Biomedical Research Technologies
           Or                                                             Or
MAB422     Mathematical Modelling                             LQB583      null
           Plus select ONE unit from the following:                       Science Elective (See list)
MAB313     Mathematics of Finance
                                                              Course structure - Major in Physics (WITH Maths C from
MAB413     Differential Equations                             Senior)
MAB414     Applied Statistics 2
MAB422     Mathematical Modelling                             WITH GENERAL SCIENCE AS A SECOND TEACHING
                                                              AREA
MAB480     Introduction to Scientific Computation
           Science Elective (See list)                        Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life
                                                              SCB111      Chemistry 1
           Plus select THREE units from the following:
                                                              SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life
MAB521     Applied Mathematics 3
MAB525     Operations Research 3A                             Year 1, Semester 2
MAB533     Statistical Techniques                             MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C
MAB672     Advanced Mathematical Modelling                    MAB220      Computational Mathematics 1
                                                              PQB250      Mechanics and Electromagnetism
Course structure - Major in Microbiology
                                                              PQB251      Waves and Optics
Year 1, Semester 1                                            SCB222      Exploration of the Universe
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
SCB111     Chemistry 1
                                                              MAB311      Advanced Calculus
SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life
                                                              PQB350      Thermodynamics of Solids and Gases
           Plus either:
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1                        Year 2, Semester 2
           Or                                                 PQB450      Energy, Fields and Radiation
MAB105     Preparatory Mathematics                            PQB451      Electronics and Instrumentation
                                                              PCB665      Physics 3
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                                          Science Elective (See list)
SCB120     Plant and Animal Physiology
SCB121     Chemistry 2                                        Year 3, Semester 1




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PQB550     Quantum and Condensed Matter Physics               MAB100      Mathematical Sciences 1A
PQB551     Physical Analytical Techniques                     SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
PQB651     Experimental Physics                               SCB111      Chemistry 1
           Science Elective (See list)                        SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life

                                                              Year 1, Semester 2
WITH MATHEMATICS AS A SECOND TEACHING AREA                    MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B

Year 1, Semester 2                                            MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C

MAB111     Mathematical Sciences 1B                           PQB250      Mechanics and Electromagnetism

SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems                PQB251      Waves and Optics

SCB111     Chemistry 1                                        SCB222      Exploration of the Universe

SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life                             Year 2, Semester 1

Year 1, Semester 2                                            MAB311      Advanced Calculus

MAB112     Mathematical Sciences 1C                           PQB350      Thermodynamics of Solids and Gases

MAB220     Computational Mathematics 1                        Year 2, Semester 2
PQB250     Mechanics and Electromagnetism                     PQB450      Energy, Fields and Radiation
PQB251     Waves and Optics                                   PQB451      Electronics and Instrumentation
           Plus either                                        PCB665      Physics 3
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1                                    Science Elective (See list)
           Or
MAB210     Statistical Modelling 1                            Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              PQB550      Quantum and Condensed Matter Physics
Year 2, Semester 1                                            PQB551      Physical Analytical Techniques
MAB311     Advanced Calculus                                  PQB651      Experimental Physics
PQB350     Thermodynamics of Solids and Gases                             Science Elective (See list)
Year 2, Semester 2
PQB450     Energy, Fields and Radiation                       WITH MATHEMATICS AS A SECOND TEACHING AREA
PQB451     Electronics and Instrumentation
                                                              Year 1, Semester 1
PCB665     Physics 3
                                                              MAB100      Mathematical Sciences 1A
           Plus select TWO units from the following:
                                                              SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
MAB210     Statistical Modelling 1
                                                              SCB111      Chemistry 1
MAB313     Mathematics of Finance
                                                              SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life
MAB413     Differential Equations
MAB422     Mathematical Modelling                             Year 1, Semester 2
MAB480     Introduction to Scientific Computation             MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
                                                              MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C
Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              MAB220      Computational Mathematics 1
MAB312     Linear Algebra
                                                              PQB250      Mechanics and Electromagnetism
PQB550     Quantum and Condensed Matter Physics
                                                              PQB251      Waves and Optics
PQB551     Physical Analytical Techniques
PQB651     Experimental Physics                               Year 2, Semester 1
                                                              MAB311      Advanced Calculus
Course structure - Major in Physics (WITHOUT Maths C
from Senior)                                                  PQB350      Thermodynamics of Solids and Gases

WITH GENERAL SCIENCE AS A SECOND TEACHING                     Year 2, Semester 2
AREA                                                          PQB450      Energy, Fields and Radiation
                                                              PQB451      Electronics and Instrumentation
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              PCB665      Physics 3




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           Plus select TWO units from the following:                      MDB031.
MAB210     Statistical Modelling 1                            MDB021      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 1
MAB313     Mathematics of Finance                             MDB031      Science Education Curriculum Studies 1
MAB413     Differential Equations                             List 2: Curriculum Studies 2X & 2Y
MAB422     Mathematical Modelling
MAB480     Introduction to Scientific Computation                         Prerequisites: Curriculum Studies 1X & 1Y
                                                              MDB010      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              MDB013      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
PQB550     Quantum and Condensed Matter Physics
                                                              MDB019      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2
PQB551     Physical Analytical Techniques
                                                              MDB022      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 2
PQB651     Experimental Physics
                                                              MDB025      Physics Curriculum Studies 2
           Either
                                                              MDB028      Science Curriculum Studies 2
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1
           Or                                                 List 3: Curriculum Studies 3X & 3Y
MAB312     Linear Algebra
                                                                          Prerequisites: Curriculum Studies 2X & 2Y.
Second Teaching Area - General Science                                    Students undertaking a double Science major
                                                                          will undertake an education elective in addition
                                                                          to MDB033.
SCB120     Plant and Animal Physiology
                                                              MDB023      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 3
           Or
                                                              MDB033      Science Education Curriculum Studies 3
SCB222     Exploration of the Universe
           * SCB120 and SCB222 are alternative units for      Potential Careers:
           Geoscience Major
                                                              Actuary, Analytical Chemist, Astrophysicist, Biochemist,
MDB454     Science, Technology and Society                    Biologist, Biotechnologist, Chemist, Chemist Industrial,
                                                              Coastal Scientist, Conservation Biologist, Database
Science Electives                                             Manager, Ecologist, Environmental Scientist, Forensic
                                                              Scientist, Geologist, Geophysicist, Geoscientist, Health
Select TWO units that you have not already done from the      Physicist, Hydrogeologist, Immunologist, Industrial Chemist,
following:                                                    Laboratory Technician (Chemistry), Marine Scientist,
                                                              Mathematician, Medical Biotechnologist, Medical Physicist,
Semester 1 Units:                                             Microbiologist, Natural Resource Scientist, Physicist, Plant
NQB321     Ecology                                            Biotechnologist, Population Ecologist, Programmer,
                                                              Quantitative Analyst, Statistician, Virologist.
NQB322     Invertebrate Biology
NQB323     Plant Biology
SCB121     Chemistry 2

Semester 2 Units:
NQB201     Planet Earth
NQB202     History of Life on Earth
NQB403     Soils and the Environment
NQB423     Vertebrate Biology
PQB250     Mechanics and Electromagnetism
SCB120     Plant and Animal Physiology
SCB121     Chemistry 2
SCB122     Cell and Molecular Biology
SCB123     Physical Science Applications

List 1: Curriculum Studies 1X & 1Y


           Prerequisite: Normally minimum of 24 credit
           points of relevant discipline. Students
           undertaking a double Science major will
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                                                                 Other Course Requirements
Bachelor of Applied Science (in Human
                                                                 blue card As required by the Commission for Children and
Movement Studies)/ Bachelor of                                   Young People and Child Guardian Act (2000), students
Education (Secondary) (IX04)                                     must undergo a criminal history check and be issued with a
Year offered: 2009                                               Blue Card before commencing clinical practice/field
Admissions: Yes                                                  experience/practicum in an organisation where they may
CRICOS code: 020323D                                             work with children or young people. For more information,
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                             visit http://bluecard.qut.com.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $3,101 (indicative)
per semester                                                     additional costs There are additional costs associated with
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                 this course including the purchase of the practicum shirt
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)             (approximately $50), the attainment of a current First Aid
Domestic Entry: February                                         Certificate prior to the commencement of third year.
International Entry: February                                    Attendance at the orientation camp is highly recommended
QTAC code: 429132                                                though not compulsory (approximately $115).
Past rank cut-off: 75
Past OP cut-off: 13                                              computing requirement The increased and more creative
OP Guarantee: Yes                                                use of online teaching technology in this degree requires
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                               that you have access to suitable computer facilities with a
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of           minimum equivalent of a Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further    and internet access.
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com
Total credit points: 432                                         Recommended Study
Course coordinator: Education Coordinator: Dr Mal Shield,        any of Maths B, Maths C, Chemistry, Physics, Biological
Human Movement Studies Coordinator: Dr Craig Daly                Science, Health Education or Physical Education.
Campus: Gardens Point, Kelvin Grove and Carseldine
                                                                 Deferment
Overview                                                         QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
This double degree provides the skills for careers in a range    undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
of exercise and sports science settings and also the training    months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
to teach in two curriculum areas. The course is being            using specific admission requirements such as
reviewed during 2007 and the course structure for 2008 will      questionnaires, portfolios, auditions, prior study or work
be available on studyfinder.qut.com mid-2007.                    experience.

Why choose this course?                                          Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
This double degree will prepare you for a career teaching        offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
physical education with an emphasis on exercise, health,
nutrition and sports cience. You will also develop a             Find out more on deferment.
theoretical background in human movement, complemented
by practical skills obtained from a variety of practicum         Further Information
placements.                                                      For detailed information about this course, please call the
                                                                 School of Human Movement Studies on +617 3138 3360 or
Career Options                                                   email enquirieshms@qut.com
The Bachelor of Applied Science (in Human Movement
Studies) course provides the skills for careers in a range of    Full-time Course structure
exercise and sports science settings such as corporate
health and fitness, family and community services, the           Year 1, Semester 1
health and fitness industry, local and state government          LSB131      Anatomy
agencies, state sporting associations, rehabilitation clinics,
institutes of sport, universities and colleges and personal      HMB313      Socio-Cultural Foundations of Physical Activity
training. You will also be prepared to teach in two curriculum   HMB171      Fitness Health and Wellness
areas: physical education with a second teaching area in                     Discipline Studies
mathematics, English, health education or biology.
                                                                 Year 1, Semester 2
Professional Recognition
                                                                 LSB231      Physiology
Graduates are eligible for registration as a teacher in
Queensland. Graduates will also satisfy the requirements         HMB172      Nutrition and Physical Activity
for membership of the Australian Association for Exercise        HMB272      Biomechanics
and Sports Science (AAESS).                                      HMB315      Performance Skills 2
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Year 2, Semester 1                                            MAB100      Mathematical Sciences 1A
HMB314      Performance Skills 1                              MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
HMB231      Physical Education Curriculum Studies 1           MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C
EDB002      Teaching and Learning Studies 2:
            Development and Learning                          English Discipline Studies Y
EDB031      Secondary Field Studies 1                         CLB320      Studies In Language
            Curriculum Studies 1Y                             CLB321      Writing Workshop
                                                              CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
Year 2, Semester 2                                            KWB109      Writing Australia
HMB273      Exercise Physiology 1
HMB275      Exercise and Sport Psychology                     Biology Discipline Studies Y
HMB276      Research in Human Movement                        LSB118      Life Science
HMB282      Resistance Training                               NRB270      Animal and Plant Structure and Function
            Discipline Studies                                LSB238      Cell and Molecular Biology 1
                                                              NRB100      Environmental Science
Year 3, Semester 1                                            LSB258      Principles of Human Physiology
SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management
                                                              Second Teaching Area Curriculum Studies 1, 2 and 3
HMB271      Foundations of Motor Control, Learning and
            Development
                                                              Curriculum Studies 1
HMB274      Functional Anatomy
                                                              MDB031      Science Education Curriculum Studies 1
HMB377      Children in Sport
                                                              CLB018      English Curriculum Studies 1
            Discipline Studies
                                                              HMB292      Health Education Curriculum Studies 1
Year 3, Semester 2                                            MDB021      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 1
EDB003      Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
            Education                                         Curriculum Studies 2
EDB032      Secondary Field Studies 2                         MDB010      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
HMB331      Physical Education Curriculum Studies 2           CLB019      English Curriculum Studies 2
            Curriculum Studies 2Y                             HMB396      Health Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              MDB022      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 2
Year 4, Semester 1
EDB004      Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive        Curriculum Studies 3
            Education
                                                              MDB033      Science Education Curriculum Studies 3
EDB033      Secondary Field Studies 3
                                                              CLB020      English Curriculum Studies 3
HMB431      Physical Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              HMB496      Health Education Curriculum Studies 3
            Curriculum Studies 3Y
                                                              MDB023      Mathematics Curriculum Studies 3
Year 4, Semester 2
                                                              Potential Careers:
EDB005      Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
            Work of Teachers                                  Community Health Officer, Secondary School Teacher.
EDB034      Secondary Field Studies 4
EDB035      Internship (Secondary)
EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education

Health Discipline Studies Y
PUB251      Contemporary Public Health
PUB209      Health, Culture and Society
PUB329      Foundations of Health Studies and Health
            Behaviour
HMB333      Child and Adolescent Health

Maths Discipline Studies Y
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                                                                police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of                                   participate in the required activities and may need to be
Education (Secondary) (Continuing                               withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
                                                                academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
Students Only) (IX07)                                           Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Year offered: 2009
                                                                available at bluecard.qut.com.
Admissions: No
CRICOS code: 020319M
                                                                Further Information
Course duration (full-time): 4 years
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,594 (indicative)       Faculty of Education Office
per semester                                                    Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
Domestic Entry: February
International Entry: February                                   Creative Industries Faculty
QTAC code: 429182                                               Music Discipline
Past rank cut-off: Admission to course is based on              Phone: 3138 5789
audition, interview and previous academic achievement.          www.creativeindustries.qut.com
Please refer to Additional Entry Requirements.
Past OP cut-off: Admission to course is based on audition,      Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
interview and previous academic achievement. Please refer       Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
to Additional Entry Requirements.                               available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                              currently enrolled students who were unable to comply
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of          regulations regarding their orignal Commonwealth
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further   Supported place (i.e. failure to lodge an eCAF, has
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com         consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc.)
Total credit points: 432                                        and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 54               fee-paying student.
(average). (Note that the minimum enrolment for full-time
status varies each year).                                       Second Teaching Area - Instrumental Music
Course coordinator: Creative Industries: Associate
Professor Adrian Thomas; Education Coordinator: Dr Mal          Semester 1, Year 1
Shield
                                                                            Creative Industries Core Unit
Discipline coordinator: Music: Mr Greg Jenkins
Campus: Kelvin Grove and Carseldine                             KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
                                                                KMB120      Music Performance 1
Professional Recognition
                                                                KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.                      Choose one unit from List D
Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia
and overseas may be required to meet additional                 Semester 2, Year 1
conditions.                                                                 Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                                KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
Career Outcomes
                                                                KMB113      Multi-Instrumental Music A
Graduates teach instrumental or classroom Music in
secondary and primary schools.                                  KMB121      Music Performance 2
                                                                KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
Working With Children Check
Working With Children Check - As required by the                Semester 1, Year 2
Commission for Children and Young People and Child              KMB204      Music and Sound Textures
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
                                                                KMB209      Conducting
criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
(Blue Card) by the Commission.                                  KMB214-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study A
                                                                            Choose two of the following three units:
As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
                                                                KMB206      Jazz and Popular Musicianship
course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue            KMB207      Cross Cultural Musicianship
Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves                    Choose one unit from List D
contact with children, including the required field studies
blocks.                                                         Semester 2, Year 2
                                                                KMB212      Arranging
If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the       KMB213      Multi-Instrumental Music B




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KMB214-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study A                   KMB120      Music Performance 1
           Choose two of the following three units:           KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
KMB205     Sound Media Musicianship                           KDB103      Dance Technique Studies 1
KMB208     Contemporary Art Music Musicianship                            Creative Industries Core Unit
           Choose one unit from List E
                                                              Year 1, Semester 2
Second Teaching Area - Primary Music                          KMB121      Music Performance 2
                                                                          AND
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                                          OR
KMB105     Music and Sound Technology
                                                              KMB111      Music Production 2
KMB110     Music Production 1
                                                                          AND
           OR
                                                              KMB106      Music and Sound for Multimedia
KMB120     Music Performance 1
                                                              KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
KMB130     Core Musicianship 1
                                                              KDB107      Choreographic Studies 1
           Choose one unit from List D
                                                                          Creative Industries Core Unit
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                              KMB206      Jazz and Popular Musicianship
KMB131     Core Musicianship 2
                                                                          OR
KMB121     Music Performance 2
                                                              KMB207      Cross Cultural Musicianship
           AND
                                                              KMB214-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study A
KMB108     Sound Recording and Acoustics
                                                              KDB213      Dance Technique Studies 3
           OR
                                                              KDB205      Dance in Education
KMB111     Music Production 2
                                                                          Choose one unit from List D
           AND
KMB106     Music and Sound for Multimedia                     Year 2, Semester 2
           Choose one unit from List E                        KMB205      Sound Media Musicianship
                                                                          OR
Year 2, Semester 1
                                                              KMB208      Contemporary Art Music Musicianship
KMB214-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study A
                                                              KMB214-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study A
           Choose two units from List D
                                                              KDB106      Dance Analysis
           Choose two of the following three units:
                                                              KDB109      Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
KMB206     Jazz and Popular Musicianship
                                                                          Choose one unit from List E
KMB207     Cross Cultural Musicianship
           Choose one unit from List D                        Second Teaching Area - Drama

Year 2, Semester 2                                            Year 1, Semester 1
KMB214-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study A                   KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
           Choose two music electives from List E             KMB110      Music Production 1
           Choose two of the following three units:                       OR
KMB205     Sound Media Musicianship                           KMB120      Music Performance 1
KMB208     Contemporary Art Music Musicianship                KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
           Choose one unit from List E                        KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
                                                                          Creative Industries Core Unit
Second Teaching Area - Dance
                                                              Year 1, Semester 2
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              KMB121      Music Performance 2
KMB105     Music and Sound Technology
                                                                          AND
KMB110     Music Production 1
                                                              KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
           OR




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           OR                                                 KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
KMB111     Music Production 2                                 KVB108      Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
           AND                                                KVB111      3D Media and Processes
KMB106     Music and Sound for Multimedia
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
KMB131     Core Musicianship 2
                                                              KMB206      Jazz and Popular Musicianship
KTB106     Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
                                                                          OR
           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                              KMB207      Cross Cultural Musicianship
Year 2, Semester 1                                            KMB214-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study A
KMB206     Jazz and Popular Musicianship                                  Choose one unit from List D
           OR                                                 KVB102      Modernism
KMB207     Cross Cultural Musicianship                                    Choose one unit from:
KMB214-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study A                   KVB100      Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts
KTB101     20th Century Performance                           KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
KTB102     Process Drama                                      KVB213      Graphic Investigation
           Choose one unit from List D                        KVB202      Visual Imaging - Process and Theory

Year 2, Semester 2                                            Year 2, Semester 2
KMB205     Sound Media Musicianship                           KMB205      Sound Media Musicianship
           OR                                                             OR
KMB208     Contemporary Art Music Musicianship                KMB208      Contemporary Art Music Musicianship
KMB214-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study A                   KMB214-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study A
KTB207     Staging Australia                                  KVB103      Australian Art
KTB209     Applied Performance                                            Choose one unit from List E
           Choose one unit from List E                                    Choose one unit from:
                                                              KVB108      Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
Second Teaching Area - Visual Arts
                                                              KVB203      Earth, Object and Installation
Year 1, Semester 1                                            KVB211      Post 1945 Art
           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                              Second Teaching Area - other than Drama, Dance or
KMB105     Music and Sound Technology                         Visual Arts
KMB110     Music Production 1
           OR                                                 Year 1, Semester 1
KMB120     Music Performance 1                                KMB105      Music and Sound Technology

KMB130     Core Musicianship 1                                KMB110      Music Production 1

           Choose one unit from:                                          OR

KVB100     Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts         KMB120      Music Performance 1

KVB110     2D Media and Processes                             KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
                                                                          Creative Industries Core Unit
Year 1, Semester 2                                                        Second Teaching Area Unit
           Creative Industries Core Unit
KMB121     Music Performance 2                                Year 1, Semester 2

           AND                                                            Creative Industries Core Unit
KMB108     Sound Recording and Acoustics                      KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
           OR                                                 KMB121      Music Performance 2
KMB111     Music Production 2                                             AND
           AND                                                KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
KMB106     Music and Sound for Multimedia                                 OR
KMB131     Core Musicianship 2                                KMB111      Music Production 2
           Choose one unit from:                                          AND




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KMB106       Music and Sound for Multimedia                    KMB202      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2
             Second Teaching Area Unit                                     Curriculum Studies 2Y

Year 2, Semester 1                                             Year 4, Semester 1
KMB214-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study A                    EDB004      Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
                                                                           Education
             Choose one unit from List D
                                                               EDB033      Secondary Field Studies 3
             Second Teaching Area Unit
                                                               KMB203      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3
             Choose two of the following three units:
                                                                           Curriculum Studies 3Y
KMB206       Jazz and Popular Musicianship
KMB207       Cross Cultural Musicianship                       Year 4, Semester 2
             Music Elective - List D                           EDB005      Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
                                                                           Work of Teachers
Year 2, Semester 2                                             EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
KMB214-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study A                    EDB034      Secondary Field Studies 4
             Second Teaching Area Unit                         EDB035      Internship (Secondary)
             Choose one unit from List E
                                                               Second Teaching Area Units
             Choose two of the following three units
KMB205       Sound Media Musicianship                          English (48 credit points)
KMB208       Contemporary Art Music Musicianship                           Required Unit
             Music elective - List E                           CLB320      Studies In Language
List D                                                                     Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level
                                                                           Units:
Semester 1                                                     KCB102      Media and Society: From Printing Press to
                                                                           Internet
KMB003       Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
                                                               KWB108      Introduction To Literary Studies
KMB004       World Music
                                                                           No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
KMB005-1 Group Music                                                       Level Units
KMB209       Conducting                                        CLB321      Writing Workshop

List E                                                         CLB322      Literature In Secondary Teaching
                                                               CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
Semester 2                                                     KWB109      Writing Australia
KMB113       Multi-Instrumental Music A                        KWB206      Youth and Children's Writing
KMB107       Sound, Image, Text                                KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
KMB002       Music and Spirituality                                        19th Century

KMB212       Arranging                                         KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
                                                                           20th Century)
KMB005-2 Group Music
                                                               KWB309      Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
KMB213       Multi-Instrumental Music B
                                                               KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
EDUCATION COMPONENT
                                                               Film and Media (48 credit points)
Year 3, Semester 2                                                         Required Units
EDB002       Teaching and Learning Studies 2:                  KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
             Development and Learning                          KPB108      Media Text Analysis
EDB031       Secondary Field Studies 1                                     No less than 24 credit points from:
KMB201       Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1            KPB102      Film History
             Curriculum Studies 1Y                             KPB103      Film Genres

Year 3, Semester 2                                             KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
                                                                           Management
EDB003       Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
             Education                                         KPB105      Narrative Production

EDB032       Secondary Field Studies 2                         KPB106      Australian Television
                                                               KPB203      Australian Film




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KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice                    HHB085      Japanese 5
                                                               HHB086      Japanese 6
Geography (48 credit points)
                                                                           French
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
                                                               HHB063      French 3
HHB127      Environment And Society
                                                               HHB064      French 4
HHB107      World Regions
                                                               HHB065      French 5
HHB251      Australian Resource Management
                                                               HHB066      French 6
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
            Units                                                          German
HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies                    HHB093      German 3
HHB228      Environmental Hazards                              HHB094      German 4
HHB229      Windows On Japan                                   HHB095      German 5
HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment             HHB096      German 6
HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus                            Curriculum Studies - Second Teaching Area

History (48 credit points)
                                                               Curriculum Studies 1
            null
                                                               KVB301      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
            Note: Students should seek to select units from
            each of areas of Australian, Asian, European       KTB201      Drama Curriculum Studies 1
            and the Ancient World. Students should check       CLB018      English Curriculum Studies 1
            with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of
            units.                                             CLB024      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 1
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units     CLB036      LOTE Curriculum Studies 1
HHB121      Interpreting The Past                              CLB054      Social Education Curriculum Studies 1
HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific       KMB101      Music (Primary/Instrumental) Curriculum
                                                                           Studies 1
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
            Units
                                                               Curriculum Studies 2
HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies
                                                               KVB302      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2
HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific
                                                               KTB202      Drama Curriculum Studies 2
HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia
                                                               CLB019      English Curriculum Studies 2
HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region
                                                               CLB025      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 2
HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945
                                                               CLB028      Geography Curriculum Studies 2
HHB246      Modern China
                                                               CLB031      History Curriculum Studies 2
HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century
                                                               CLB037      LOTE Curriculum Studies 2
HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History
                                                               KMB102      Music (Primary/Instrumental) Curriculum
HHB257      The Classical World                                            Studies 2
HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe
                                                               Curriculum Studies 3
HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe
                                                               KVB303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3
HHB261      Medieval Europe
                                                               KTB203      Drama Curriculum Studies 3
HHB109      Australian Historical Studies
                                                               CLB020      English Curriculum Studies 3
HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies
                                                               CLB026      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 3
Languages other than English                                   CLB056      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
            Indonesian                                         CLB038      LOTE Curriculum Studies 3
HHB073      Indonesian 3                                       KMB103      Music (Primary/Instrumental) Curriculum
                                                                           Studies 3
HHB074      Indonesian 4
HHB075      Indonesian 5                                       Potential Careers:
HHB076      Indonesian 6                                       Educator, Music Teacher, Musician, Secondary School
            Japanese                                           Teacher.
HHB083      Japanese 3
HHB084      Japanese 4




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                                                                Card to undertake activities in any unit which involves
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education                          contact with children, including the required field studies
(Early Childhood) (IX11)                                        blocks.
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: No                                                  If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
CRICOS code: 020316C                                            enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                            police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,594 (indicative)       participate in the required activities and may need to be
per semester                                                    withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,000                academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Domestic Entry: Course no longer available for admission        available at bluecard.qut.com.
International Entry: Course no longer available for
admission                                                       Field studies units will be taken in Queensland schools.
QTAC code: Course no longer available for admission
Past rank cut-off: 74                                           Deferment
Past OP cut-off: 13                                             QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
OP Guarantee: Yes                                               undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                              months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of          using specific admission requirements such as
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further   questionnaires, portfolios, auditions, prior study or work
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com         experience.
Total credit points: 384 (192 in the BA; 192 in the B Ed)
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48               Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24               offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
Course coordinator: Dr Iraphne Childs (Arts); Education
Student Affairs Section 3138 3947, or                           Find out more on deferment.
educationenq@qut.edu.au
Discipline coordinator: Education Course Coordinator Dr         Computing Requirement
Susan Walker
                                                                The increased and more creative use of online teaching
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                technology in this degree requires that you have access to
                                                                suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
NOTE: NO FURTHER INTAKE
                                                                Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
From 2009 there is no further intake into this course.
                                                                Course is under review
Career Outcomes
                                                                QUT is currently reviewing the Arts and Social Science
The Arts component provides an excellent general                programs to ensure they continue to meet the needs of
education for future early childhood specialists. The           students and employers. As a result these programs may
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) provides graduates      change in 2008 or may not be offered. You can register for
with the opportunity to be employed in childcare centres,       updates on the status of these courses by visiting the
kindergartens, prep year and the lower three grades of          Humanities website.
primary school.
                                                                Example of BA Full-time Course Structure -
Professional Recognition                                        Commencing Students
Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.          Year 1, Semester 1
The Early Childhood specialisation is also approved by the
                                                                            Introductory Core Unit (Major)
Department of Communities for employment in the area of
child care. Graduates looking for employment in other parts                 1st Year Core Skills Unit (HHB116)
of Australia and overseas may be required to meet                           Introductory Core Unit (2nd Major or Minor)
additional conditions.
                                                                            Elective Unit (General)
Working With Children Check
                                                                Year 1, Semester 2
Working With Children Check - As required by the
Commission for Children and Young People and Child                          Elective Unit (Major)
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a                        Elective Unit (Major)
criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card                Elective Unit (2nd Major or Minor)
(Blue Card) by the Commission.
                                                                            Elective Unit (General)
As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the       Year 2, Semester 1
QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue                        Elective Unit (Major)




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            Elective Unit (Major)                                          Health Education
            Elective Unit (2nd Major or Minor)
                                                               Year 3, Semester 2
            Elective Unit (General)
                                                               EDB003      Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
                                                                           Education
Year 2, Semester 2
                                                               EDB012      Early Childhood Field Studies 2: Practising
            Elective Unit (Major)                                          Education in the Field
            Elective Unit (Major)                              EAB011      Early Childhood Curriculum: Arts 1
            Elective Unit (2nd Major or Minor)                 EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
            Elective Unit (General)
                                                               Year 4, Semester 1
CORE PROGRAM - Commencing Students                             EAB005      Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings
                                                               EDB013      Early Childhood Field Studies 3: Diversity and
The core program for the degree consists of the following                  Inclusivity
selection of units:
                                                               EAB006      Leadership and Management in Early
                                                                           Childhood Services
First Year Core: Core Units for Professional Majors
                                                               EAB027      Early Childhood Mathematics Education 1:
            INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL STUDIES                               Birth to Six Years
HHB110      Introduction To International And Global
            Studies                                            Year 4, Semester 2
HHB111      Issues In International And Global Studies         EDB005      Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
            SOCIETY AND CHANGE                                             Work of Teachers

HHB105      Exploring Change                                   EDB014      Early Childhood Field Studies 4: Professional
                                                                           Work of Teachers - Induction into the Field
HHB104      Understanding Society: Intro To Sociology
                                                               EDB015      Internship (Early Childhood)
            ETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
                                                               EAB017      The Early Childhood Professional
HHB114      Introduction To Human Rights And Ethics
HHB115      Human Identity And Change                          Potential Careers:
            COMMUNITY STUDIES                                  Academic, Administrator, Child Care Professional,
                                                               Community Education Officer, Community Worker, Disability
HHB103      Contemporary Social And Community Issues
                                                               Services Worker, Early Childhood Teacher, Educator,
HHB102      The Human Condition                                Environmental Health Officer, Exchange Student, Family
            AUSTRALIAN STUDIES                                 Services Officer, Government Officer, Guidance Officer,
                                                               Higher Education Worker, Manager, Teacher, Youth
HHB106      Australian Society And Culture
                                                               Worker.
HHB112      Australian Politics

First Year Core: Skills Units
HHB116      Applied Skills And Scholarship
HHB117      Introduction To Social Research Methods

Second Year Core: Research Methods Units
HHB224      Qualitative Research Methods
HHB232      Survey Methods
HHB121      Interpreting The Past
HHB312      Geographical Research Design

Education Component

Year 3, Semester 1
EAB004      Development and Learning in Early Childhood
            2
EDB011      Early Childhood Field Studies 1: Development
            and Learning in the Field
EAB008      Early Childhood Language, Literacies and
            Communication I
EAB013      Early Childhood Society Environment and




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                                                                enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education                          police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
(Primary) (IX12)                                                participate in the required activities and may need to be
Year offered: 2009                                              withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Admissions: No                                                  academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
CRICOS code: 020316C                                            Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                            available at bluecard.qut.com.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,594 (indicative)
per semester                                                    Field studies units will be taken in Queensland schools.
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            Further Information
Domestic Entry: Course no longer available for admission        Faculty of Education Office
International Entry: Course no longer available for             Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
admission                                                       Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
QTAC code: Course no longer available for admission             Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
Past rank cut-off: 74
Past OP cut-off: 13                                             Humanities Program
OP Guarantee: Yes                                               Email: hhs_enq@qut.edu.au
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                              Phone: +61 7 3138 4563
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of          Fax: +61 7 3138 4719
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com
Total credit points: 384                                        Deferment
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
                                                                QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
Course coordinator: Education Student Affairs Section
                                                                undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
3138 3947, or educationenq@qut.edu.au ; Humanities- Dr
                                                                months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
Iraphne Childs
                                                                using specific admission requirements such as
Discipline coordinator: Education Course Coordinator Dr
                                                                questionnaires, folios, auditions, prior study or work
Mary Ryan
                                                                experience.
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
NOTE: NO FURTHER INTAKE
                                                                offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
From 2009 there is no further intake into this course.
                                                                Find out more on deferment.
Career Outcomes
The Arts component provides an excellent general                Computing Requirement
education for future primary school specialists. The            The increased and more creative use of online teaching
Bachelor of Education (Primary) prepares students to teach      technology in this degree requires that you have access to
at all levels of primary school. They may also complete a       suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
discipline/content studies major in one of the key learning     Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
areas of the Queensland school curriculum. Students may
pursue language studies in this course.                         Course is under review
                                                                QUT is currently reviewing the Arts and Social Science
Professional Recognition
                                                                programs to ensure they continue to meet the needs of
Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in          students and employers. As a result these programs may
Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.          change in 2008 or may not be offered. You can register for
                                                                updates on the status of these courses by visiting the
Working With Children Check                                     Humanities website.
Working With Children Check - As required by the
Commission for Children and Young People and Child              Example of BA Full-time Course Structure -
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a            Commencing Students
criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
(Blue Card) by the Commission.                                  Year 1, Semester 1
                                                                            Introductory Core Unit (Major)
As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the                   1st Year Core Skills Unit (HHB116)
QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue                        Introductory Core Unit (2nd Major or Minor)
Card to undertake activities in any unit which involves
                                                                            Elective Unit (General)
contact with children, including the required field studies
blocks.
                                                                Year 1, Semester 2
If you do not apply for a Blue Card immediately upon                        Elective Unit (Major)




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            Elective Unit (Major)                              EDB002      Teaching and Learning Studies 2:
                                                                           Development and Learning
            Elective Unit (2nd Major or Minor)
                                                               EDB021      Primary Field Studies 1: Development and
            Elective Unit (General)                                        Learning in the Field

Year 2, Semester 1                                             MDB120      Mathematics Curriculum and Pedagogies

            Elective Unit (Major)                              MDB004      Teaching Primary ICT

            Elective Unit (Major)                              Year 3, Semester 2
            Elective Unit (2nd Major or Minor)                 EDB003      Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
            Elective Unit (General)                                        Education
                                                               EDB022      Primary Field Studies 2: Practising Education
Year 2, Semester 2                                                         in the Field
            Elective Unit (Major)                              HMB300      Teaching Primary HPE
            Elective Unit (Major)                              CLB006      Teaching Reading and Writing
            Elective Unit (2nd Major or Minor)
                                                               Year 4, Semester 1
            Elective Unit (General)
                                                               EDB004      Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
CORE PROGRAM - Commencing Students                                         Education
                                                               EDB023      Primary Field Studies 3: Inclusive Educational
The core program for the degree consists of the following                  Practices
selection of units:                                            KKB202      Teaching Primary Dance and Drama
                                                               MDB006      Teaching Primary Science
First Year Core: Core Units for Professional Majors
            INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL STUDIES                   Year 4, Semester 2
HHB110      Introduction To International And Global           EDB005      Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
            Studies                                                        Work of Teachers
HHB111      Issues In International And Global Studies         EDB024      Primary Field Studies 4: Professional Work of
                                                                           Teachers - Induction into the Field
            SOCIETY AND CHANGE
                                                               EDB025      Internship (Primary)
HHB105      Exploring Change
                                                               CLB008      Teaching Primary SOSE
HHB104      Understanding Society: Intro To Sociology
            ETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS                            Potential Careers:
HHB114      Introduction To Human Rights And Ethics            Administrator, Community Education Officer, Community
HHB115      Human Identity And Change                          Worker, Disability Services Worker, Educator,
                                                               Environmental Health Officer, Exchange Student, Family
            COMMUNITY STUDIES
                                                               Services Officer, Government Officer, Guidance Officer,
HHB103      Contemporary Social And Community Issues           Higher Education Worker, Human Resource Developer,
HHB102      The Human Condition                                Human Services Practitioner, Information Officer, Manager,
                                                               Market Research Manager, Marketing Officer/Manager,
            AUSTRALIAN STUDIES
                                                               Primary School Teacher, Public Relations
HHB106      Australian Society And Culture                     Officer/Consultant, Public Servant, Research Assistant,
HHB112      Australian Politics                                Sociologist, Teacher, Youth Worker.

First Year Core: Skills Units
HHB116      Applied Skills And Scholarship
HHB117      Introduction To Social Research Methods

Second Year Core: Research Methods Units
HHB224      Qualitative Research Methods
HHB232      Survey Methods
HHB121      Interpreting The Past
HHB312      Geographical Research Design

Education Component

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Bachelor of Applied Science/Bachelor                            Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
                                                                Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.
of Education (Primary) (IX14)                                   Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia
Year offered: 2009                                              and overseas may be required to meet additional
Admissions: Yes                                                 conditions.
CRICOS code: 037540M
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                            Graduates will satisfy the requirements for membership of
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,888 (indicative)       the relevant professional body for their chosen science
per semester                                                    major. See the Bachelor of Applied Science course for
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,750                details.
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
Domestic Entry: February                                        Working With Children Check
International Entry: February
                                                                Working With Children Check - As required by the
QTAC code: 409142
                                                                Commission for Children and Young People and Child
Past rank cut-off: 75
                                                                Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
Past OP cut-off: 13
                                                                criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
OP Guarantee: Yes
                                                                (Blue Card) by the Commission.
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA) and Maths B (4, SA)
Preparatory studies: MATHS: QUT unit Preparatory
                                                                As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
Mathematics as a visiting student or QUT Continuing
                                                                course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Professional Education course Mathematics Bridging.
                                                                QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
ENGLISH: Successful completion of a year of full-time
                                                                Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
vocational or tertiary study. For further information contact
                                                                contact with children, including the required field studies
07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com
                                                                blocks.
Total credit points: 384
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
                                                                If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
Course coordinator: Dr Perry Hartfield (Science): Contact
                                                                enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Education Student Affairs Section 3138 3947, or
                                                                police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
educationenq@qut.edu.au
                                                                participate in the required activities and may need to be
Discipline coordinator: Education Course Coordintor Dr
                                                                withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Mary Ryan. Science Discipline Coordinators: Dr Perry
                                                                academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
Hartfield (Biochemistry); Dr Marion Bateson
                                                                Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
(Biotechnology); Dr Robert Johnson (Chemistry); Dr Ian
                                                                available at bluecard.qut.com.
Williamson (Ecology); Dr Robin Thwaites (Environmental
Science); Dr Gary Huftile (Geoscience); Dr Scott McCue
                                                                Contact Details
(Mathematics); Dr Christine Knox (Microbiology); Dr Greg
Michael (Physics)                                               Science Coordinator
Campus: Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove                          Dr Perry Hartfield
                                                                Phone: +61 7 3138 2984
Career Opportunities                                            Email: p.hartfield@qut.edu.au
The Bachelor of Applied Science allows multidisciplinary
                                                                Education Coordinator
programs of study that not only help you position yourself
                                                                Dr Mary Ryan
within the broad range of science disciplines but also
                                                                Phone: +61 7 3138 3569
qualifies you as a competent professional in your chosen
                                                                Email: me.ryan@qut.edu.au
field. You will be equipped to work as a science professional
or undertake research after graduation if you desire.
                                                                Faculty of Education Office
The Bachelor of Education (Primary) prepares you to teach
                                                                Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
at all levels of primary school. Students may also complete
                                                                Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
a discipline/content studies major in one of the key learning
                                                                Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
areas of the Queensland school curriculum.
                                                                Discipline Coordinators
Course Design
Graduates from this double degree will have a science           Biochemistry
degree with the same core support and choice of major           Dr Perry Hartfield
study areas as the graduates from the Bachelor of Applied       Phone: +61 7 3138 2984
Science (SC01) program. Education studies will comprise         Email: p.hartfield@qut.edu.au
the co-major component. Field Studies units will be taken in
Queensland schools.                                             Biotechnology
                                                                Dr Marion Bateson
Professional Recognition                                        Phone: +61 7 3138 1269
                                                                Email: m.bateson@qut.edu.au




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                                                               MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
Chemistry                                                                  Or
Dr Robert Johnson
Phone: +61 7 3138 2016                                         MAB105      Preparatory Mathematics
Email: ra.johnson@qut.edu.au
                                                               Year 1, Semester 2
Ecology                                                        SCB120      Plant and Animal Physiology
Dr Ian Williamson                                              SCB121      Chemistry 2
Phone: +61 7 3138 2779
Email: i.williamson@qut.edu.au                                 SCB122      Cell and Molecular Biology

Environmental Science                                          Year 2, Semester 1
Dr Robin Thwaites                                              LQB381      Biochemistry: Structure and Function
Phone: +61 7 3138 2400                                         LQB383      Molecular and Cellular Regulation
Email: r.thwaites@qut.edu.au
                                                               LQB386      Microbial Structure and Function
Geoscience
Dr Gary Huftile                                                Year 2, Semester 2
Phone: +61 7 3138 4470                                         LQB481      Biochemical Pathways and Metabolism
Email: g.huftile@qut.edu.au                                    LQB483      Molecular Biology Techniques
Mathematics                                                    LSB607      Protein Purification
Dr Scott McCue
Phone: +61 7 3138 4295                                         Year 3, Semester 1
Email: scott.mccue@qut.edu.au                                  LQB581      Functional Biochemistry
                                                               LQB582      Biomedical Research Technologies
Microbiology
Dr Christine Knox                                              LQB583      Genetic Research Technology
Phone: +61 7 3138 2301                                                     Science Elective
Email: c.knox@qut.edu.au
                                                               Course structure - Major in Biotechnology
Physics
Dr Greg Michael                                                Year 1, Semester 1
Phone: +61 7 3138 1584                                         SCB111      Chemistry 1
Email: g.michael@qut.edu.au top
                                                               SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life
Deferment                                                                  Plus either
QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their       MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
                                                                           Or
months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
using specific admission requirements such as                  MAB105      Preparatory Mathematics
questionnaires, portfolios, auditions, prior study or work
experience.                                                    Year 1, Semester 2
                                                               SCB120      Plant and Animal Physiology
Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
                                                               SCB121      Chemistry 2
offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
                                                               SCB122      Cell and Molecular Biology
Find out more on deferment.
                                                               Year 2, Semester 1
Computing Requirement                                          LQB381      Biochemistry: Structure and Function
The increased and more creative use of online teaching         LQB383      Molecular and Cellular Regulation
technology in this degree requires that you have access to
                                                               LQB386      Microbial Structure and Function
suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
                                                               Year 2, Semester 2
Course structure - Major in Biochemistry                       LQB483      Molecular Biology Techniques
                                                               LQB484      Introduction to Genomics and Bioinformatics
Year 1, Semester 1                                                         Plus select ONE unit from the following:
SCB111      Chemistry 1                                        LQB481      Biochemical Pathways and Metabolism
SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life                             LQB486      Clinical Microbiology 1
            Plus either                                        LQB488      Medical Physiology 2




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LQB489     Plant Physiology and Cell Biology                  MAB105      Preparatory Mathematics

Year 3, Semester 1                                            Year 1, Semester 2
LQB582     Biomedical Research Technologies                   NQB202      History of Life on Earth
LQB583     Genetic Research Technology                        NQB422      Genetics and Evolution
LQB584     Medical Cell Biology                               SCB120      Plant and Animal Physiology
LQB585     Plant Genetic Manipulation
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
Course structure - Major in Chemistry                         NQB321      Ecology
                                                              SCB111      Chemistry 1
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                                          Either
SCB111     Chemistry 1
                                                              NQB322      Invertebrate Biology
SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life
                                                                          Or
           Plus either
                                                              NQB323      Plant Biology
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1
           Or                                                 Year 2, Semester 2
MAB105     Preparatory Mathematics                            NQB421      Experimental Design
                                                              NRB611      Conservation Biology
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                                          Science Elective
MAB100     Mathematical Sciences 1A
SCB121     Chemistry 2                                        Year 3, Semester 1
SCB131     Experimental Chemistry                             NQB502      Field Methods in Natural Resource Sciences
                                                              NQB521      Population Genetics and Molecular Ecology
Year 2, Semester 1
                                                              NQB523      Population Management
PQB312     Analytical Chemistry For Scientists and
           Technologists                                                  Science Elective
PQB313     Analytical Chemistry For Industry                  Course structure - Major in Environmental Science
PQB331     Structure and Bonding
                                                              Year 1, Semester 1
Year 2, Semester 2
                                                              SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
PQB401     Reaction Kinetics, Thermodynamics and
           Mechanisms                                         SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life

PQB442     Chemical Spectroscopy                                          Plus either

PCB634     Organometallic and Coordination Chemistry          MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
                                                                          Or
Year 3, Semester 1                                            MAB105      Preparatory Mathematics
PQB502     Materials Chemistry and Characterisation
PQB513     Instrumental Analysis                              Year 1, Semester 2

           Plus either                                        NQB201      Planet Earth

PQB525     Unit Operations                                    NQB202      History of Life on Earth

           Or                                                 SCB120      Plant and Animal Physiology

PQB531     Organic Mechanisms and Synthesis                   Year 2, Semester 1
           Science Elective                                   NQB302      Earth Surface Systems
Course structure - Major in Ecology                           NQB321      Ecology
                                                              SCB111      Chemistry 1
Year 1, Semester 1
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems                Year 2, Semester 2

SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life                             NQB403      Soils and the Environment

           Plus either                                        NQB421      Experimental Design

MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1                        NRB600      Sustainable Environmental Management

           Or                                                 Year 3, Semester 1




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NQB501     Environmental Modelling                            MAB315      Operations Research 2
NQB502     Field Methods in Natural Resource Sciences
                                                              Year 2, Semester 2
NQB503     Spatial Analysis of Environmental Systems
                                                              MAB625      Operations Research 3B
           Science Elective
                                                                          Plus either
Course structure - Major in Geoscience                        MAB414      Applied Statistics 2
                                                                          Or
Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              MAB422      Mathematical Modelling
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems
                                                                          Plus select ONE unit from the following:
SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life
                                                              MAB313      Mathematics of Finance
           Plus either
                                                              MAB413      Differential Equations
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1
                                                              MAB414      Applied Statistics 2
           Or
                                                              MAB422      Mathematical Modelling
MAB105     Preparatory Mathematics
                                                              MAB461      Discrete Mathematics
Year 1, Semester 2                                            MAB480      Introduction to Scientific Computation
NQB201     Planet Earth
                                                              Year 3, Semester 1
NQB202     History of Life on Earth
                                                              SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life
SCB222     Exploration of the Universe
                                                                          Plus select THREE units from the following:
Year 2, Semester 1                                            MAB521      Applied Mathematics 3
NQB311     Mineralogy                                         MAB525      Operations Research 3A
NQB314     Sedimentary Geology                                MAB533      Statistical Techniques
SCB111     Chemistry 1                                        MAB672      Advanced Mathematical Modelling

Year 2, Semester 2                                            Course structure - Major in Mathematics (WITHOUT
                                                              Maths C)
NQB411     Petrology of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks
NQB412     Structural Geology and Field Methods               Year 1, Semester 1
NRB633     Hydrogeology                                       MAB100      Mathematical Sciences 1A
Year 3, Semester 1                                            MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
NQB502     Field Methods in Natural Resource Sciences         SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
NQB512     Economic Geology                                   Year 1, Semester 2
NQB513     Geophysics                                         MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
           Science Elective                                   MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C
Course structure - Major in Mathematics (WITH Maths           MAB210      Statistical Modelling 1
C)
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
Year 1, Semester 1                                            MAB220      Computational Mathematics 1
MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1                        MAB311      Advanced Calculus
MAB111     Mathematical Sciences 1B                           MAB315      Operations Research 2
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems
                                                              Year 2, Semester 2
Year 1, Semester 2                                            MAB625      Operations Research 3B
MAB112     Mathematical Sciences 1C                                       Plus either
MAB220     Computational Mathematics 1                        MAB414      Applied Statistics 2
SCB111     Chemistry 1                                                    Or
                                                              MAB422      Mathematical Modelling
Year 2, Semester 1
                                                                          Plus select ONE unit from the following:
MAB220     Computational Mathematics 1
                                                              MAB313      Mathematics of Finance
MAB311     Advanced Calculus
                                                              MAB413      Differential Equations




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MAB414     Applied Statistics 2                               SCB110      Science Concepts and Global Systems
MAB422     Mathematical Modelling                             SCB111      Chemistry 1
MAB461     Discrete Mathematics                                           Plus either
MAB480     Introduction to Scientific Computation             MAB100      Mathematical Sciences 1A
                                                                          Or
Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
           Select ONE unit from the following:
                                                                          NOTE: Students without Senior Mathematics C
SCB110     Science Concepts and Global Systems                            must take MAB120 in Semester 1 and MAB121
SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life                                         in Semester 2
           Plus select THREE units from the following:        Year 1, Semester 2
MAB521     Applied Mathematics 3                              MAB112      Mathematical Sciences 1C
MAB525     Operations Research 3A                             PQB250      Mechanics and Electromagnetism
MAB533     Statistical Techniques                                         Plus either
MAB672     Advanced Mathematical Modelling                    MAB111      Mathematical Sciences 1B
Course structure - Major in Microbiology                                  Or
                                                              PQB251      Waves and Optics
Year 1, Semester 1
SCB111     Chemistry 1                                        Year 2, Semester 1

SCB112     Cellular Basis of Life                             MAB311      Advanced Calculus

           Plus either                                        PQB350      Thermodynamics of Solids and Gases

MAB101     Statistical Data Analysis 1                        SCB112      Cellular Basis of Life

           Or                                                 Year 2, Semester 2
MAB105     Preparatory Mathematics                            PQB450      Energy, Fields and Radiation

Year 1, Semester 2                                            PQB451      Electronics and Instrumentation

SCB120     Plant and Animal Physiology                        PCB665      Physics 3

SCB121     Chemistry 2                                        Year 3, Semester 1
SCB122     Cell and Molecular Biology                         PQB550      Quantum and Condensed Matter Physics

Year 2, Semester 1                                            PQB551      Physical Analytical Techniques

LQB381     Biochemistry: Structure and Function               PQB651      Experimental Physics

LQB383     Molecular and Cellular Regulation                              Science elective for Physics major (See list)

LQB386     Microbial Structure and Function                   Course structure - Science Elective for Physics Major

Year 2, Semester 2
                                                                          Students must select units that they have not
LQB483     Molecular Biology Techniques                                   already taken, and for which they have the
LQB486     Clinical Microbiology 1                                        appropriate prerequisites:

LSB628     Food Microbiology                                  MAB101      Statistical Data Analysis 1
                                                              MAB220      Computational Mathematics 1
Year 3, Semester 1                                            MAB312      Linear Algebra
LQB586     Clinical Microbiology 2                            NQB302      Earth Surface Systems
LQB587     Applied Microbiology 1: Water, Air and Soil        NQB311      Mineralogy
           Plus either                                        NQB322      Invertebrate Biology
LQB582     Biomedical Research Technologies                   NQB323      Plant Biology
           Or                                                 PCB593      Digital Image Processing
LQB583     Genetic Research Technology                        PQB360      Global Energy Balance and Climate Change
           Science Elective                                   SCB121      Chemistry 2
Course structure - Major in Physics
                                                              Potential Careers:
Year 1, Semester 1




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Actuary, Analytical Chemist, Astrophysicist, Biochemist,
Biologist, Biotechnologist, Chemist, Chemist Industrial,
Coastal Scientist, Conservation Biologist, Database
Manager, Ecologist, Environmental Scientist, Forensic
Scientist, Geologist, Geophysicist, Geoscientist, Health
Physicist, Hydrogeologist, Immunologist, Industrial Chemist,
Laboratory Technician (Chemistry), Marine Scientist,
Mathematician, Medical Biotechnologist, Medical Physicist,
Microbiologist, Molecular Biologist, Natural Resource
Scientist, Physicist, Plant Biotechnologist, Population
Ecologist, Programmer, Quantitative Analyst, Statistician,
Virologist.




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Bachelor of Creative Industries                                 Professional Recognition
(Dance)/Bachelor of Education                                   Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
(Secondary) (Continuing Students Only)                          Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.
                                                                Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia
(IX16)                                                          and overseas may be required to meet additional
Year offered: 2009                                              conditions.
Admissions: No
CRICOS code: 056189G                                            Further Information
Course duration (full-time): 4 years
                                                                Creative Industries Faculty
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,594 (indicative)
                                                                Dance
per semester
                                                                Phone: +61 7 3138 3423
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500
                                                                Email: creativeindustries@qut.com
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
Domestic Entry: February
                                                                Faculty of Education Office
International Entry: February
                                                                Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
QTAC code: 429162
                                                                Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
Past rank cut-off: Admission to course is based on audition
                                                                Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
and previous academic achievement. Please refer to
Additional Entry Requirements.
                                                                Working With Children Check
Past OP cut-off: Admission to course is based on audition
and previous academic achievement. Please refer to              Working With Children Check - As required by the
Additional Entry Requirements.                                  Commission for Children and Young People and Child
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                              Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of          criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further   (Blue Card) by the Commission.
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com
Total credit points: 432 cp                                     As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 54 cp ave        course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Course coordinator: (Creative Industries) Associate             QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
Professor Adrian Thomas; (Education) Dr Mal Shield              Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
Discipline coordinator: Rachel Pedro                            contact with children, including the required field studies
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                            blocks.

Overview                                                        If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
                                                                enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
This double degree qualifies you to teach dance in
                                                                police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Australian secondary schools. In the first two years you will
                                                                participate in the required activities and may need to be
study the technique and philosophy of a number of dance
                                                                withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
styles plus dance analysis, history and sociology, dance
                                                                academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
composition and basic kinesiology and alignment. Students
                                                                Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
generally participate in a daily class of various styles. In
                                                                available at bluecard.qut.com.
addition to Dance, you will study a second teaching area,
choosing from Drama, Music, English, Film and Media,
                                                                Computing Requirement
Geography, History and Languages. In the final two years
you concentrate on teacher preparation.                         The increased and more creative use of online teaching
                                                                technology in this degree requires that you have access to
Additional Entry Requirements                                   suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
                                                                Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
Applicants are selected on the basis of their audition and
previous academic achievement. The final date to register
                                                                Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
for an audition and submit additional materials to QUT was
07 September 2007. Late registrations and submission of         Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
materials will not be accepted.                                 available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to
                                                                currently enrolled students who were unable to comply
OP Guarantee                                                    regulations regarding their original Commonwealth
                                                                Supported place (i.e. failure to lodge an eCAF, has
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this course.
                                                                consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc.)
                                                                and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
Career Outcomes
                                                                fee-paying student.
Graduates of this course are qualified to teach in secondary
education with a specialisation in Dance. Graduates may         Deferment
wish to explore the avenues of performance, freelance
                                                                QUT's deferment policy does not apply to this course.
choreography, dance research and administration.




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                                                              KDB205      Dance in Education
Dance STA in English, Film & Media, Geography,                KTB101      20th Century Performance
History or LOTE
                                                              KTB102      Process Drama
Semester 1, Year 1
                                                              Year 2, Semester 2
           Creative Industries Core Unit - List A
                                                              KDB214      Dance Technique Studies 4
KDB103     Dance Technique Studies 1
                                                              KDB204      Australian Dance
KDB110     Deconstructing Dance in History
                                                              KTB209      Applied Performance
KDB105     Architecture of the Body
                                                              KTB207      Staging Australia
           Second Teaching Area - List B
                                                              KDB207-2 Choreographic Studies 2
Semester 2, Year 1                                                        Select one of the following units:
           Creative Industries Core Unit - List A             KDB109      Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
KDB104     Dance Technique Studies 2                          KDB208      Integrated Professional Skills
KDB107     Choreographic Studies 1                            Dance STA in Music
KDB106     Dance Analysis
           Second Teachiong Area - List B                     Semester 1, Year 1
                                                                          Creative Industries Core Unit - List A
Semester 1, Year 2
                                                              KDB103      Dance Technique Studies 1
KDB213     Dance Technique Studies 3
                                                              KDB105      Architecture of the Body
KDB205     Dance in Education
                                                              KDB110      Deconstructing Dance in History
KDB108     World Dance
                                                                          Select one of the following units:
KDB207-1 Choreographic Studies 2
                                                              KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
           Second Teaching Area - List B
                                                              KMB004      World Music
Semester 2, Year 2                                            KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
KDB214     Dance Technique Studies 4
                                                              Semester 2, Year 1
KDB204     Australian Dance
                                                                          Creative Industries Core Unit - List A
KDB207-2 Choreographic Studies 2
                                                              KDB104      Dance Technique Studies 2
           Second Teaching Area - List B
                                                              KDB106      Dance Analysis
KDB109     Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
                                                              KDB107      Choreographic Studies 1
KDB208     Integrated Professional Skills
                                                              KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
Dance STA in Drama
                                                              Semester 1, Year 2
Year 1, Semester 1                                            KDB213      Dance Technique Studies 3
           Creative Industries Core Unit - List A             KDB207-1 Choreographic Studies 2
KDB103     Dance Technique Studies 1                          KDB205      Dance in Education
KDB105     Architecture of the Body                           KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
KDB110     Deconstructing Dance in History                                Select one of the following units:
KTB103     Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene           KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
                                                              KMB004      World Music
Year 1, Semester 2
                                                              KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
           Creative Industries Core Unit - List A
KDB104     Dance Technique Studies 2                          Semester 2, Year 2
KDB107     Choreographic Studies 1                            KDB214      Dance Technique Studies 4
KDB106     Dance Analysis                                     KDB204      Australian Dance
KTB106     Performing Skills 2: Style and Form                KDB207-2 Choreographic Studies 2
                                                              KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
Year 2, Semester 1
                                                              KMB107      Sound, Image, Text
KDB213     Dance Technique Studies 3
                                                                          Select one of the following units:
KDB207-1 Choreographic Studies 2



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KDB109     Funk, Tap and all that Jazz                        KTB201      Drama Curriculum Studies 1
KDB208     Integrated Professional Skills                     CLB018      English Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              CLB024      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 1
Dance STA in Visual Arts
                                                              CLB036      LOTE Curriculum Studies 1
Year 1, Semester 1                                            KMB201      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1
           Creative Industries Core Unit - List A             CLB054      Social Education Curriculum Studies 1
KDB103     Dance Technique Studies 1                          KVB301      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
KDB105     Architecture of the Body
                                                              Curriculum Studies 2
KDB110     Deconstructing Dance in History
                                                              KTB202      Drama Curriculum Studies 2
           Select one of the following units:
                                                              CLB019      English Curriculum Studies 2
KVB100     Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts
                                                              CLB025      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 2
KVB110     2D Media and Processes
                                                              CLB028      Geography Curriculum Studies 2
Year 1, Semester 2                                            CLB031      History Curriculum Studies 2
           Creative Industries Core Unit - List A             CLB037      LOTE Curriculum Studies 2
KDB104     Dance Technique Studies 2                          KMB202      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2
KDB106     Dance Analysis                                     KVB302      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2
KDB107     Choreographic Studies 1
                                                              Curriculum Studies 3
           Choose one from the following:
                                                              KTB203      Drama Curriculum Studies 3
KVB104     Photomedia and Artistic Practice
                                                              CLB020      English Curriculum Studies 3
KVB108     Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
                                                              CLB026      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 3
KVB111     3D Media and Processes
                                                              CLB038      LOTE Curriculum Studies 3
Year 2, Semester 1                                            KMB203      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3
KDB205     Dance in Education                                 CLB056      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
KDB207-1 Choreographic Studies 2                              KVB303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3
KDB213     Dance Technique Studies 3
                                                              EDUCATION COMPONENT
KVB102     Modernism
           Choose one of the following:                       Year 3, Semester 1
KVB104     Photomedia and Artistic Practice                   EDB002      Teaching and Learning Studies 2:
                                                                          Development and Learning
KVB100     Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts
                                                              EDB031      Secondary Field Studies 1
KVB202     Visual Imaging - Process and Theory
                                                              KDB201      Dance Curriculum Studies 1
KVB213     Graphic Investigation
                                                                          Curriculum Studies 1Y
Year 2, Semester 2
                                                              Year 3, Semester 2
KDB204     Australian Dance
                                                              EDB003      Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
KDB207-2 Choreographic Studies 2                                          Education
KDB214     Dance Technique Studies 4                          EDB032      Secondary Field Studies 2
KVB103     Australian Art                                     KDB202      Dance Curriculum Studies 2
           Choose one of the following units:                             Curriculum Studies 2Y
KDB109     Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
KDB208     Integrated Professional Skills                     Year 4, Semester 1

           Choose one of the following units:                 EDB004      Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
                                                                          Education
KVB108     Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
                                                              EDB033      Secondary Field Studies 3
KVB203     Earth, Object and Installation
                                                              KDB203      Dance Curriculum Studies 3
KVB211     Post 1945 Art
                                                                          Curriculum Studies 3Y
Curriculum Studies - Second Teaching Area
                                                              Year 4, Semester 2
Curriculum Studies 1                                          EDB005      Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional




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            Work of Teachers                                   HHB229      Windows On Japan
EDB034      Secondary Field Studies 4                          HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment
EDB035      Internship (Secondary)                             HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus
EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
                                                               History (48 credit points)
Second Teaching Area Units                                                 null
                                                                           Note: Students should seek to select units from
English (48 credit points)                                                 each of areas of Australian, Asian, European
            Required Unit                                                  and the Ancient World. Students should check
                                                                           with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of
CLB320      Studies In Language                                            units.
            Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level                 Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
            Units:
                                                               HHB121      Interpreting The Past
KCB102      Media and Society: From Printing Press to
            Internet                                           HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific
KWB108      Introduction To Literary Studies                               No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
                                                                           Units
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
            Level Units                                        HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies
CLB321      Writing Workshop                                   HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific
CLB322      Literature In Secondary Teaching                   HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia
CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature                     HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region
KWB109      Writing Australia                                  HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945
KWB206      Youth and Children's Writing                       HHB246      Modern China
KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the         HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century
            19th Century                                       HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History
KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the        HHB257      The Classical World
            20th Century)
                                                               HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe
KWB309      Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
                                                               HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe
KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
                                                               HHB261      Medieval Europe
Film and Media (48 credit points)                              HHB109      Australian Historical Studies
            Required Units                                     HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies
KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
                                                               Languages other than English
KPB108      Media Text Analysis
                                                                           Indonesian
            No less than 24 credit points from:
                                                               HHB073      Indonesian 3
KPB102      Film History
                                                               HHB074      Indonesian 4
KPB103      Film Genres
                                                               HHB075      Indonesian 5
KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
            Management                                         HHB076      Indonesian 6
KPB105      Narrative Production                                           Japanese
KPB106      Australian Television                              HHB083      Japanese 3
KPB203      Australian Film                                    HHB084      Japanese 4
KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice                    HHB085      Japanese 5
                                                               HHB086      Japanese 6
Geography (48 credit points)
                                                                           French
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
                                                               HHB063      French 3
HHB127      Environment And Society
                                                               HHB064      French 4
HHB107      World Regions
                                                               HHB065      French 5
HHB251      Australian Resource Management
                                                               HHB066      French 6
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
            Units                                                          German
HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies                    HHB093      German 3
HHB228      Environmental Hazards                              HHB094      German 4




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HHB095     German 5
HHB096     German 6

Potential Careers:
Administrator, Arts Administrator, Choreographer, Dance
Teacher, Dancer, Drama Teacher, Educator, Music
Teacher, Secondary School Teacher, Teacher, Visual Artist,
Visual Arts Teacher.




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                                                                criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
Bachelor of Creative Industries                                 (Blue Card) by the Commission.
(Drama)/Bachelor of Education
                                                                As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
(Secondary) (IX16)                                              course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Year offered: 2009
                                                                QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
Admissions: No
                                                                Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
CRICOS code: 056189G
                                                                contact with children, including the required field studies
Course duration (full-time): 4 years
                                                                blocks.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,594 (indicative)
per semester
                                                                If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500
                                                                enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)
                                                                police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Domestic Entry: February
                                                                participate in the required activities and may need to be
International Entry: February
                                                                withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
QTAC code: 429172; Dfee: 429176
                                                                academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
Past rank cut-off: 78; Dfee: 73
                                                                Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Past OP cut-off: 11; Dfee: 13
                                                                available at bluecard.qut.com.
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of
                                                                Further Information
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com         Faculty of Creative Industries
Total credit points: 432 cp                                     Drama
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 54 cp ave        Phone: +61 7 3138 3468
Course coordinator: (Creative Industries) A/ Prof Adrian        Email: creativeindustries@qut.com
Thomas; (Education) Dr Mal Shield
Discipline coordinator: Dr Sandra Gattenhof                     Faculty of Education Office
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                            Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
                                                                Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
General                                                         Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
This four-year double degree qualifies you to teach Drama
                                                                Deferment
in schools in Australia and overseas. In the first two years
you will undertake units in Drama, blending practice with       QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
theoretical concepts strongly focused on developing artistic,   undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
organisational and communication skills. In addition to         months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
Drama, you study a second teaching area selected from           using specific admission requirements such as
Dance, Music, Visual Art, English, Film and Media Studies,      questionnaires, portfolios, auditions, prior study or work
Geography, History and Languages. In the second two             experience.
years you will concentrate on teacher preparation,
equipping yourself through drama curriculum units with the      Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
skills necessary to be an effective drama educator.             offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.

OP Guarantee                                                    Find out more on deferment.
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this course.
                                                                Computing Requirement
Career Outcomes                                                 The increased and more creative use of online teaching
                                                                technology in this degree requires that you have access to
Graduates are employed as Drama teachers in secondary
                                                                suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
schools, work with the State Government in education, or as
                                                                Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
education officers with performing arts companies and in
youth arts.
                                                                Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
Professional Recognition                                        Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are available
                                                                in this course.
Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.
                                                                Find out more on Dfee.
Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia
and overseas may be required to meet additional
                                                                Drama - STA in English, Film & Media, Geography,
conditions.
                                                                History or LOTE
Working With Children Check
                                                                Semester 1, Year 1
Working With Children Check - As required by the
Commission for Children and Young People and Child                          Creative Industries Core Unit
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a            KTB101      20th Century Performance




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KTB102     Process Drama                                      KSB227      Technical Theatre
KTB103     Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene           KDB106      Dance Analysis
           Second Teaching Area Unit                          KDB109      Funk, Tap and all that Jazz

Semester 2, Year 1                                            Drama STA in Music
           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                              Semester 1, Year 1
KTB104     Performance Innovation
                                                                          Creative Industries Core Unit
KTB105     Production 1: Story Making
                                                              KTB101      20th Century Performance
KTB106     Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
                                                              KTB102      Process Drama
           Second Teaching Area Unit
                                                              KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
Semester 1, Year 2                                                        Choose one of the following:
KTB204     Understanding Performance                          KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
KTB205     Production 2: The Collaborative Artist             KMB004      World Music
KTB206     The Creating Body                                  KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
           Second Teaching Area Unit
                                                              Semester 2, Year 1
           Elective
                                                                          Creative Industries Core Unit
Semester 2, Year 2                                            KTB104      Performance Innovation
KTB207     Staging Australia                                  KTB105      Production 1: Story Making
KTB209     Applied Performance                                KTB106      Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
KSB227     Technical Theatre                                  KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
           Second Teaching Area Unit
                                                              Semester 1, Year 2
           Elective
                                                              KTB204      Understanding Performance
Drama STA in Dance                                            KTB205      Production 2: The Collaborative Artist
                                                              KTB206      The Creating Body
Semester 1, Year 1
                                                              KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                                          Choose one of the following:
KTB101     20th Century Performance
                                                              KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
KTB102     Process Drama
                                                              KMB004      World Music
KTB103     Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
                                                              KMB209      Conducting
KDB103     Dance Technique Studies 1
                                                              Semester 2, Year 2
Semester 2, Year 1
                                                              KTB207      Staging Australia
           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                              KTB209      Applied Performance
KTB104     Performance Innovation
                                                              KSB227      Technical Theatre
KTB105     Production 1: Story Making
                                                              KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
KTB106     Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
                                                                          Choose one of the following:
KDB107     Choreographic Studies 1
                                                              KMB002      Music and Spirituality
Semester 1, Year 2                                            KMB107      Sound, Image, Text
KTB204     Understanding Performance                          KMB212      Arranging
KTB205     Production 2: The Collaborative Artist
                                                              Drama STA in Visual Arts
KTB206     The Creating Body
KDB205     Dance in Education                                 Semester 1, Year 1
KDB213     Dance Technique Studies 3                                      Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                              KTB101      20th Century Performance
Semester 2, Year 2
                                                              KTB102      Process Drama
KTB207     Staging Australia
                                                              KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
KTB209     Applied Performance
                                                                          Choose one of the following:




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KVB100     Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts         CLB026      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 3
KVB110     2D Media and Processes                             CLB038      LOTE Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              CLB056      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
Semester 2, Year 1
           Creative Industries Core Unit                      Second Teaching Area Units
KTB104     Performance Innovation
                                                              English (48 credit points)
KTB105     Production 1: Story Making
                                                                          Required Unit
KTB106     Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
                                                              CLB320      Studies In Language
           Choose one of the following:
                                                                          Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level
KVB104     Photomedia and Artistic Practice                               Units:
KVB108     Contemporary Asian Visual Culture                  KCB102      Media and Society: From Printing Press to
KVB111     3D Media and Processes                                         Internet
                                                              KWB108      Introduction To Literary Studies
Semester 1, Year 2                                                        No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
KTB204     Understanding Performance                                      Level Units
KTB205     Production 2: The Collaborative Artist             CLB321      Writing Workshop
KTB206     The Creating Body                                  CLB322      Literature In Secondary Teaching
KVB102     Modernism                                          CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
           Choose one of the following:                       KWB109      Writing Australia
KVB104     Photomedia and Artistic Practice                   KWB206      Youth and Children's Writing
KVB202     Visual Imaging - Process and Theory                KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
                                                                          19th Century
KVB213     Graphic Investigation
                                                              KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
KVB100     Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts                     20th Century)
                                                              KWB309      Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
Semester 2, Year 2
                                                              KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
KTB207     Staging Australia
KTB209     Applied Performance                                Film and Media (48 credit points)
KSB227     Technical Theatre                                              Required Units
KVB103     Australian Art                                     KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
           Choose one of the following:                       KPB108      Media Text Analysis
KVB108     Contemporary Asian Visual Culture                              No less than 24 credit points from:
KVB203     Earth, Object and Installation                     KPB102      Film History
KVB211     Post 1945 Art                                      KPB103      Film Genres

Curriculum Studies - Second Teaching Area                     KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
                                                                          Management

Curriculum Studies 1                                          KPB105      Narrative Production

CLB018     English Curriculum Studies 1                       KPB106      Australian Television

CLB024     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 1                KPB203      Australian Film

CLB036     LOTE Curriculum Studies 1                          KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice

CLB054     Social Education Curriculum Studies 1              Geography (48 credit points)

Curriculum Studies 2                                                      Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units

CLB019     English Curriculum Studies 2                       HHB127      Environment And Society

CLB025     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 2                HHB107      World Regions
CLB028     Geography Curriculum Studies 2                     HHB251      Australian Resource Management
CLB031     History Curriculum Studies 2                                   No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
                                                                          Units
CLB037     LOTE Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies
Curriculum Studies 3                                          HHB228      Environmental Hazards
CLB020     English Curriculum Studies 3                       HHB229      Windows On Japan




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HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment             HHB096      German 6
HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus
                                                               EDUCATION COMPONENT
History (48 credit points)
                                                               Year 3, Semester 1
            null
                                                               EDB002      Teaching and Learning Studies 2:
            Note: Students should seek to select units from                Development and Learning
            each of areas of Australian, Asian, European
            and the Ancient World. Students should check       EDB031      Secondary Field Studies 1
            with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of     KTB201      Drama Curriculum Studies 1
            units.
                                                                           Curriculum Studies 1Y
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
HHB121      Interpreting The Past                              Year 3, Semester 2
HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific       EDB003      Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced                    Education
            Units                                              EDB032      Secondary Field Studies 2
HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies                       KTB202      Drama Curriculum Studies 2
HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific                                Curriculum Studies 2Y
HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia
                                                               Year 4, Semester 1
HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region
                                                               EDB004      Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945                         Education
HHB246      Modern China                                       EDB033      Secondary Field Studies 3
HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century                  KTB203      Drama Curriculum Studies 3
HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History                   Curriculum Studies 3Y
HHB257      The Classical World
HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe                       Year 4, Semester 2

HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe           EDB005      Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
                                                                           Work of Teachers
HHB261      Medieval Europe
                                                               EDB034      Secondary Field Studies 4
HHB109      Australian Historical Studies
                                                               EDB035      Internship (Secondary)
HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies
                                                               EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
Languages other than English
            Indonesian                                         Potential Careers:
HHB073      Indonesian 3                                       Actor, Community Education Officer, Drama Teacher,
HHB074      Indonesian 4                                       Educator, English Teacher, Music Teacher, Secondary
                                                               School Teacher, Stage Manager, Teacher, Theatre
HHB075      Indonesian 5
                                                               Professionals, Visual Arts Teacher.
HHB076      Indonesian 6
            Japanese
HHB083      Japanese 3
HHB084      Japanese 4
HHB085      Japanese 5
HHB086      Japanese 6
            French
HHB063      French 3
HHB064      French 4
HHB065      French 5
HHB066      French 6
            German
HHB093      German 3
HHB094      German 4
HHB095      German 5




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Bachelor of Creative Industries (Visual                         Career Outcomes
Arts)/Bachelor of Education                                     Graduates work as art teachers in secondary schools, are
(Secondary) (IX16)                                              employed by State Government in education, as education
Year offered: 2009                                              officers with community art projects and in youth arts.
Admissions: No
CRICOS code: 056189G                                            Professional Recognition
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                            Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,594 (indicative)       Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.
per semester                                                    Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                and overseas may be required to meet additional
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            conditions.
Domestic Entry: February
International Entry: February                                   Working With Children Check
QTAC code: 429152                                               Working With Children Check - As required by the
Past rank cut-off: Admission to course is based on              Commission for Children and Young People and Child
portfolio and previous academic achievement. Please refer       Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
to Additional Entry Requirements.                               criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
Past OP cut-off: Admission to course is based on portfolio      (Blue Card) by the Commission.
and previous academic achievement. Please refer to
Additional Entry Requirements.                                  As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                              course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of          QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further   Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com         contact with children, including the required field studies
Total credit points: 432 cp                                     blocks.
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 54 cp ave
Course coordinator: (Creative Industries) A/Prof Adrian         If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
Thomas; (Education) Dr Mal Shield                               enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Discipline coordinator: Mr Mark Webb                            police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                            participate in the required activities and may need to be
                                                                withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
General                                                         academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
This four-year double degree qualifies you to teach as an art   Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
teacher in Australian secondary schools. In the first two       available at bluecard.qut.com.
years you will undertake practical and theoretical
introductory studies about artistic ideas, concepts and         Further Information
aesthetic judgements as well as working in two- and/or          Creative Industries Faculty
three-dimensional media. Studio areas include Painting,         Visual Arts
Printmaking, and Sculpture with supporting areas of             Phone: +61 7 3138 8114
Drawing and Photography. Students study a second                www.creativeindustries.qut.com
teaching area selected from Dance, Drama, Music, English,
Film and Media Studies, Geography, History and                  Faculty of Education Office
Languages. In the final two years you will concentrate on       Phone: +61 7 3138 3947
teacher preparation, equipping yourself through art             Fax: +61 7 3138 3949
curriculum units with the skills to be an effective art         Email: educationenq@qut.edu.au
educator.
                                                                Deferment
Additional Entry Requirements
                                                                QUT's deferment policy does not apply to this course.
Applicants are selected on the basis of their portfolio and
previous academic achievement. Applicants will be able to       Computing Requirement
obtain the Visual Arts Application Guide online via
                                                                The increased and more creative use of online teaching
addentry.qut.com or by phoning QUT Creative
                                                                technology in this degree requires that you have access to
Industries Faculty on 07 3138 8114 in mid July. The final
                                                                suitable computer facilities with a minimum equivalent of a
date to lodge the portfolio and other required materials
                                                                Pentium 3 processor, 56k modem and internet access.
to QUT is 19 October 2007. A $33 service fee applies;
applicants applying for more than one Visual Arts
                                                                Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
course are required to pay only one service fee of $33.
                                                                Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
OP Guarantee                                                    available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to
                                                                currently enrolled students who were unable to comply
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this course.
                                                                regulations regarding their original Commonwealth




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Supported place (i.e. failure to lodge an eCAF, has            KVB200      Exhibition and Display in the Visual Arts
consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc.)     KVB202      Visual Imaging - Process and Theory
and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
fee-paying student.                                            KVB213      Graphic Investigation
                                                               KDB205      Dance in Education
Visual Arts STA in English, Film & Media, Geography or         KDB213      Dance Technique Studies 3
LOTE
                                                               Semester 2, Year 2
Semester 1, Year 1
                                                               KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
            Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                               KVB203      Earth, Object and Installation
KVB102      Modernism
                                                               KVB211      Post 1945 Art
KVB100      Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts
                                                               KDB106      Dance Analysis
KVB110      2D Media and Processes
                                                               KDB109      Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
            Second Teaching Area
                                                               Visual Arts STA in Music
Semester 2, Year 1
            Creative Industries Core Unit                      Semester 1, Year 1
KVB103      Australian Art                                                 Creative Industries Core Unit
KVB108      Contemporary Asian Visual Culture                  KVB100      Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts
KVB111      3D Media and Processes                             KVB102      Modernism
            Second Teaching Area                               KVB110      2D Media and Processes
                                                                           Choose one of the following:
Semester 1, Year 2
                                                               KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
                                                               KMB004      World Music
KVB200      Exhibition and Display in the Visual Arts
                                                               KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
KVB202      Visual Imaging - Process and Theory
KVB213      Graphic Investigation                              Semester 2, Year 1
            Second Teaching Area                                           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                               KVB103      Australian Art
Semester 2, Year 2
                                                               KVB108      Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
KVB203      Earth, Object and Installation
                                                               KVB111      3D Media and Processes
KVB211      Post 1945 Art
                                                               KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
            Elective
            Elective                                           Semester 1, Year 2
            Second Teaching Area                               KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
                                                               KVB200      Exhibition and Display in the Visual Arts
Visual Arts STA in Dance
                                                               KVB202      Visual Imaging - Process and Theory
Semester 1, Year 1                                             KVB213      Graphic Investigation
            Creative Industries Core Unit                      KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
KVB100      Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts
                                                               Semester 2, Year 2
KVB102      Modernism
                                                               KVB211      Post 1945 Art
KVB110      2D Media and Processes
                                                               KVB203      Earth, Object and Installation
KDB103      Dance Technique Studies 1
                                                               KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
Semester 2, Year 1                                                         Choose two units from
            Creative Industries Core Unit                      KMB108      Sound Recording and Acoustics
KVB103      Australian Art                                     KMB301      The Music Industry
KVB108      Contemporary Asian Visual Culture                  KMB002      Music and Spirituality
KVB111      3D Media and Processes                             KMB107      Sound, Image, Text
KDB107      Choreographic Studies 1                            Visual Arts STA in Drama

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Semester 1, Year 1                                            CLB020      English Curriculum Studies 3
           Creative Industries Core Unit                      CLB026      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 3
KVB102     Modernism                                          CLB038      LOTE Curriculum Studies 3
KVB100     Research and Creativity in the Visual Arts         KMB203      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3
KVB110     2D Media and Processes                             CLB056      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
KTB103     Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene           KVB303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3

Semester 2, Year 1                                            Second Teaching Area Units
           Creative Industries Core Unit
                                                              English (48 credit points)
KVB103     Australian Art
                                                                          Required Unit
KVB108     Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
                                                              CLB320      Studies In Language
KVB111     3D Media and Processes
                                                                          Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level
KTB106     Performing Skills 2: Style and Form                            Units:
                                                              KCB102      Media and Society: From Printing Press to
Semester 1, Year 2                                                        Internet
KVB104     Photomedia and Artistic Practice                   KWB108      Introduction To Literary Studies
KVB200     Exhibition and Display in the Visual Arts                      No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
KVB202     Visual Imaging - Process and Theory                            Level Units
KVB213     Graphic Investigation                              CLB321      Writing Workshop
KTB101     20th Century Performance                           CLB322      Literature In Secondary Teaching
                                                              CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
Semester 2, Year 2                                            KWB109      Writing Australia
KVB203     Earth, Object and Installation                     KWB206      Youth and Children's Writing
KVB211     Post 1945 Art                                      KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
KSB227     Technical Theatre                                              19th Century
KTB207     Staging Australia                                  KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
                                                                          20th Century)
KTB209     Applied Performance
                                                              KWB309      Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
Curriculum Studies - Second Teaching Area                     KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now

Curriculum Studies 1                                          Film and Media (48 credit points)
KTB201     Drama Curriculum Studies 1                                     Required Units
CLB018     English Curriculum Studies 1                       KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
CLB024     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 1                KPB108      Media Text Analysis
CLB036     LOTE Curriculum Studies 1                                      No less than 24 credit points from:
KMB201     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1             KPB102      Film History
CLB054     Social Education Curriculum Studies 1              KPB103      Film Genres
KVB301     Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1                   KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
                                                                          Management
Curriculum Studies 2                                          KPB105      Narrative Production
KTB202     Drama Curriculum Studies 2                         KPB106      Australian Television
CLB019     English Curriculum Studies 2                       KPB203      Australian Film
CLB025     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 2                KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice
CLB028     Geography Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              Geography (48 credit points)
CLB031     History Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                          Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
CLB037     LOTE Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              HHB127      Environment And Society
KMB202     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              HHB107      World Regions
KVB302     Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              HHB251      Australian Resource Management
Curriculum Studies 3                                                      No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
KTB203     Drama Curriculum Studies 3                                     Units




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HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies                    HHB093      German 3
HHB228      Environmental Hazards                              HHB094      German 4
HHB229      Windows On Japan                                   HHB095      German 5
HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment             HHB096      German 6
HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus
                                                               EDUCATION COMPONENT
History (48 credit points)
                                                               Year 3, Semester 1
            null
                                                               EDB002      Teaching and Learning Studies 2:
            Note: Students should seek to select units from                Development and Learning
            each of areas of Australian, Asian, European
            and the Ancient World. Students should check       EDB031      Secondary Field Studies 1
            with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of     KVB301      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
            units.
                                                                           Curriculum Studies 1Y
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
HHB121      Interpreting The Past                              Year 3, Semester 2
HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific       EDB003      Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced                    Education
            Units                                              EDB032      Secondary Field Studies 2
HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies                       KVB302      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2
HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific                                Curriculum Studies 2Y
HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia
                                                               Year 4, Semester 1
HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region
                                                               EDB004      Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945                         Education
HHB246      Modern China                                       EDB033      Secondary Field Studies 3
HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century                  KVB303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3
HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History                   Curriculum Studies 3Y
HHB257      The Classical World
HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe                       Year 4, Semester 2

HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe           EDB005      Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
                                                                           Work of Teachers
HHB261      Medieval Europe
                                                               EDB034      Secondary Field Studies 4
HHB109      Australian Historical Studies
                                                               EDB035      Internship (Secondary)
HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies
                                                               EDB007      Culture Studies: Indigenous Education
Languages other than English
            Indonesian                                         Potential Careers:
HHB073      Indonesian 3                                       Art Project Manager, Artist, Arts Administrator, Curator,
HHB074      Indonesian 4                                       Dance Teacher, Drama Teacher, Educator, Media Industry
                                                               Specialist, Multimedia Designer, Music Teacher, Secondary
HHB075      Indonesian 5
                                                               School Teacher, Teacher, Visual Artist, Visual Arts Teacher,
HHB076      Indonesian 6                                       Web Designer.
            Japanese
HHB083      Japanese 3
HHB084      Japanese 4
HHB085      Japanese 5
HHB086      Japanese 6
            French
HHB063      French 3
HHB064      French 4
HHB065      French 5
HHB066      French 6
            German




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                                                                may consider an exemption to this policy. Please refer to
Master of Psychology (Educational and                           the Psychologists Board of Queensland website for further
Developmental) (IX20)                                           details - http://www.psychologyboard.qld.gov.au.
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes                                                 Applicants are responsible for obtaining and paying the
CRICOS code: 053489J                                            APAC for such certification, at a cost determined by the
Course duration (full-time): 4 semesters                        APAC. All applicants are required to attend an interview. In
Course duration (part-time): 8 semesters                        the case of international applicants, this is conducted via
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,600 (indicative)       telephone.
per semester: Full fee tuition $6,750 (indicative) per
semester                                                        Undertaking the supervised psychological practice
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,000                component of the course requires provisional registration as
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)            a probationary psychologist with the Psychologists Board of
Domestic Entry: February (closing date for applications is      Queensland.
1 October of the previous year in which you are applying for
entry. Applications submitted by 17 October 2009 will be        In addition to submission of an admission form (PG Form for
accepted as previously advertised).                             domestic applicants, F Form for international applicants),
International Entry: February (closing date for applications    applicants are required to submit an IX20 Questionnaire and
is 1 October of the previous year in which you are applying     two IX20 Referee Reports. All forms are available at the
for entry. Applications submitted by 17 October 2009 will be    following link:
accepted as previously advertised).
Total credit points: 192                                        Other Requirements
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48               blue card As required by the Commission for Children and
Standard credit points per part-time semester: 24               Young People and Child Guardian Act (2000) students must
Course coordinator: Dr Poppy Liossis                            undergo a criminal history check and be issued with a
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                            Suitability Care (Blue Card) before commencing field
                                                                experience/practicum in an organisation where they may
Overview                                                        work with children or young people. This is a mandatory
The Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental)        requirement that must be met prior to undertaking any field
prepares students to work as educational or developmental       experience/practicum program throughout your course. For
psychologists in a range of settings including schools,         more information, visit http://bluecard.qut.com.
disability services, hospitals, employment agencies and
private practice.                                               International Student Entry
                                                                QUT advises that international students may enrol only in
Offered jointly by the faculties of Health and Education, the   full-time studies.
course has been designed to meet the requirements for full
registration as a psychologist in Queensland, and for           Further Information
membership of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
                                                                For more information about this course, please contact the
and the associated College of Educational and
                                                                School of Psychology and Counselling on +617 3138 4822
Developmental Psychologists. As the only course in
                                                                or email psyc.enquiries@qut.edu.au or the Faculty of
Queensland offering advanced training in this area of
                                                                Education on +617 3138 3947 or email
specialisation, the Master of Psychology (Educational and
                                                                educationenq@qut.edu.au
Developmental) offers an innovative and stimulating
program of coursework, practicums and research in human
                                                                Course Structure - Full-time
development and learning.

Entry Requirements                                              Year 1 Semester 1
Applicants should hold an Australian Psychology                 PYN601      Counselling and Consultation in Educational
Accreditation Council (APAC)-approved four years training                   and Developmental Psychology
or its equivalent from QUT or another recognised institution.   SPN640      Developmental and Educational Assessment
A minimum requirement for eligibility for entry is a grade      SPN641      Interventions in Educational and
point average of 5 or above, two referee reports and an                     Developmental Psychology
interview.
                                                                EDN631      Supervised Practicum 1
International students or applicants from whom English is
                                                                Year 1 Semester 2
not the first or native language require an IELTS score of
7.5 (with minimum subscores of 7.0 for listening, reading,      PYN606      Applied Developmental Psychology
writing and speaking) and need certification by the APAC        SPN642      Learning Difficulties: Assessment and
that their degree is equivalent to APAC-approved four years                 Intervention
training in psychology or its equivalent from QUT or another    PYN610-1 Research Thesis
recognised institution. For applicants for whom English is
not the first or native language, the Psychologists Board       EDN632      Supervised Practicum 2




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Year 2 Semester 1
SPN643      Developmental Processes and Disability
PYN602      Developmental Psychopathology
EDN633      Supervised Practicum 3
PYN610-2 Research Thesis

Year 2 Semester 2
PYN603      Professional Practice in Educational and
            Developmental Psychology
EDN634      Supervised Practicum 4
PYN610-3 Research Thesis
PYN610-4 Research Thesis

Course Structure - Part-time

Year 1 Semester 1
PYN601      Counselling and Consultation in Educational
            and Developmental Psychology
SPN640      Developmental and Educational Assessment

Year 1 Semester 2
PYN606      Applied Developmental Psychology
SPN642      Learning Difficulties: Assessment and
            Intervention

Year 2 Semester 1
SPN641      Interventions in Educational and
            Developmental Psychology
EDN631      Supervised Practicum 1

Year 2 Semester 2
PYN610-1 Research Thesis
EDN632      Supervised Practicum 2

Year 3 Semester 1
SPN643      Developmental Processes and Disability
PYN610-2 Research Thesis

Year 3 Semester 2
PYN610-3 Research Thesis
PYN610-4 Research Thesis

Year 4 Semester 1
PYN602      Developmental Psychopathology
EDN633      Supervised Practicum 3

Year 4 Semester 2
PYN603      Professional Practice in Educational and
            Developmental Psychology
EDN634      Supervised Practicum 4

Potential Careers:
Psychologist.




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                                                               using specific admission requirements such as
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education                         questionnaires, folios, auditions, prior study or work
(Secondary) (IX21)                                             experience.
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: No                                                 Example of Course Progression - Arts Component
CRICOS code: 020316C
Course duration (full-time): 4 years                           Year 1 Semester 1
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,594 (indicative)
                                                                           Course Foundation Unit
per semester
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,500                           First Teaching Area Unit
(indicative) per semester (subject to annual review)                       Second Teaching Area Unit
Domestic Entry: Course no longer available for admission
                                                                           Elective
QTAC code: Course no longer available for admission
OP Guarantee: Yes
                                                               Year 1 Semester 2
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)
Course coordinator: Arts: Dr Iraphne Childs; Education: Dr                 Course Foundation Unit
Mal Shield                                                                 First Teaching Area Unit
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                           First Teaching Area Unit
Course Overview                                                            Second Teaching Area Unit
The course consists of 16 arts units and 16 education units
of which the arts component is completed first. Students are   Year 2 Semester 1
required to choose two teaching areas from English,                        First Teaching Area Unit
Geography, History, Languages other than English, Social                   First Teaching Area Unit
Science and General Science. A third teaching area of Film
and Media Studies is permitted. The course prepares                        Second Teaching Area Unit
graduates to teach both areas across years 8 to 12.                        Second Teaching Area Unit

Professional Recognition                                       Year 2 Semester 2
Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in                     First Teaching Area Unit
Queensland through the Queensland College of Teachers.                     Second Teaching Area Unit
Graduates looking for employment in other parts of Australia
and overseas may be required to meet additional                            Second Teaching Area Unit
conditions.                                                                Elective

Working with Children Check                                    Arts Component - Course Foundation Units
Working With Children Check - As required by the
Commission for Children and Young People and Child             Year 1 Semester 1
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a                       At least two of the following:
criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
                                                                           null
(Blue Card) by the Commission.
                                                                           ENGLISH
As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the            KWB001      Introduction to Literary Theory and Cultural
course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the                  Studies
QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue           CLB320      Studies In Language
Card to undertake activities in any unit which involves
contact with children, including the required field studies                HISTORY
blocks.                                                        HHB121      Interpreting The Past
                                                               HHB109      Australian Historical Studies
If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the                  GEOGRAPHY
police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to    HHB127      Environment And Society
participate in the required activities and may need to be      HHB107      World Regions
withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
academic penalty. It may take up to 8 weeks for the                        SOCIAL SCIENCE
Commission to issue the Card. The application form is          HHB112      Australian Politics
available at bluecard.qut.com.                                 HHB123      Indigenous Australian Culture Studies

Deferment                                                      HHB115      Human Identity And Change
QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their       HHB104      Understanding Society: Intro To Sociology
undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
                                                               Arts component - Teaching Area Units
months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses




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                                                                         PRE-MODERN HISTORIES
ENGLISH                                                      HHB257      The Classical World
KWB002    Ozlit                                              HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe
KWB003    Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the        HHB261      Medieval Europe
          20th Century)
KWB004    Shakespeare, Then and Now                          LANGUAGES
KWB005    Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the                     FRENCH
          19th Century
                                                             HHB061      French 1
KWB006    Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
                                                             HHB062      French 2
KWB206    Youth and Children's Writing
                                                             HHB063      French 3
KWB207    Great Books: Creative Writing Classics
                                                             HHB064      French 4
KPB108    Media Text Analysis
                                                             HHB065      French 5
CLB323    Teaching Adolescent Literature
                                                             HHB066      French 6
CLB322    Literature In Secondary Teaching
                                                             HHB067      French 7
GEOGRAPHY                                                    HHB068      French 8
          ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES                          HHB069      French 9
HHB127    Environment And Society                            HHB070      French 10
HHB228    Environmental Hazards                                          GERMAN
HHB251    Australian Resource Management                     HHB091      German 1
HHB269    Ethics, Technology And The Environment             HHB092      German 2
          REGIONAL STUDIES                                   HHB093      German 3
HHB229    Windows On Japan                                   HHB094      German 4
HHB244    Southeast Asia In Focus                            HHB095      German 5
HHB250    Australian Geographical Studies                    HHB096      German 6
HHB324    Regional Field Studies (Geography)                 HHB097      German 7
          OTHER GEOGRAPHY ELECTIVES                          HHB098      German 8
HHB232    Survey Methods                                                 INDONESIAN
HHB312    Geographical Research Design                       HHB071      Indonesian 1
UDB164    Population and Urban Studies                       HHB072      Indonesian 2
UDB281    Geographic Information Systems                     HHB073      Indonesian 3
UDB282    Remote Sensing                                     HHB074      Indonesian 4
                                                             HHB075      Indonesian 5
HISTORY
                                                             HHB076      Indonesian 6
HHB122    Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific
                                                             HHB077      Indonesian 7
HHB237    Brisbane in the Twentieth Century
                                                             HHB078      Indonesian 8
HHB238    Asian Cultures And Societies
                                                                         JAPANESE
HHB239    Korean Culture And Societies
                                                             HHB081      Japanese 1
HHB242    Pacific Culture Contact
                                                             HHB082      Japanese 2
HHB243    The Pacific Since 1945
                                                             HHB083      Japanese 3
HHB245    Australia And The South Pacific
                                                             HHB084      Japanese 4
HHB246    Modern China
                                                             HHB085      Japanese 5
HHB248    The USA and The Asia Pacific Region
                                                             HHB086      Japanese 6
HHB253    Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History
                                                             HHB087      Japanese 7
HHB256    Europe Since 1945
                                                             HHB088      Japanese 8
HHB260    Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe
                                                                         MANDARIN
HHB311    Colonial Fantasies And Postcolonial Identities
                                                             HHB031      Mandarin 1
HHB315    Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia
                                                             HHB032      Mandarin 2
HHB323    Fieldwork Studies
                                                             HHB033      Mandarin 3




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HHB034     Mandarin 4                                         Curriculum Studies 3
           OVERSEAS UNITS ALL LANGUAGES                       CLB020      English Curriculum Studies 3
HHB056     International Intensive Program                    CLB026      Film and Media Curriculum Studies 3
HHB057     International Summer School Or Equivalent          CLB038      LOTE Curriculum Studies 3
HHB058     In-Country Study - A                               CLB056      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
HHB059     In-Country Study - B
                                                              Potential Careers:
Education Component                                           Academic, Administrator, Community Education Officer,
                                                              Educator, English Teacher, Exchange Student, Government
Year 3, Semester 1                                            Officer, Guidance Officer, Higher Education Worker,
EDB002     Teaching and Learning Studies 2:                   Manager, Marketing Officer/Manager, Policy Officer, Public
           Development and Learning                           Servant, Secondary School Teacher, Teacher.
EDB031     Secondary Field Studies 1
           Curriculum Studies IX
           Curriculum Studies IY

Year 3, Semester 2
EDB003     Teaching and Learning Studies 3: Practising
           Education
EDB032     Secondary Field Studies 2
           Curriculum Studies 2X
           Curriculum Studies 2Y

Year 4, Semester 1
EDB004     Teaching and Learning Studies 4: Inclusive
           Education
EDB033     Secondary Field Studies 3
           Curriculum Studies 3X
           Curriculum Studies 3Y

Year 4, Semester 2
EDB005     Teaching and Learning Studies 5: Professional
           Work of Teachers
EDB034     Secondary Field Studies 4
EDB035     Internship (Secondary)
EDB007     Culture Studies: Indigenous Education

Curriculum Studies Units

Curriculum Studies 1
CLB018     English Curriculum Studies 1
CLB024     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 1
CLB036     LOTE Curriculum Studies 1
CLB054     Social Education Curriculum Studies 1

Curriculum Studies 2
CLB019     English Curriculum Studies 2
CLB025     Film and Media Curriculum Studies 2
CLB028     Geography Curriculum Studies 2
CLB031     History Curriculum Studies 2
CLB037     LOTE Curriculum Studies 2
CLB040     Social Science Curriculum Studies 2




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    _____________________________________________________________________________

Graduate Certificate in Research
Commercialisation (IX97)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes
CRICOS code: not available
Course duration (full-time): 1 semester. Subject to
maximum time limit of 4 years.
Course duration (part-time): 2 semesters. Subject to
maximum time limit of 4 years.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: $9,200 per semester
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $10,400 per
semester (subject to annual review)
Course coordinator: Professor Rod Wissler
Campus: Internet

New heading
New text

course structure

Course structure
IFP100      Knowledge Transfer and Research
            Commercialisation (Core Unit)
IFP101      Leadership and Workplace Communication
IFP102      Project Management and Research
IFP103      Public Policy and Research
IFP104      Entrepreneurial Foundations
IFP105      Principles and Practice of Research
            Management
IFP106      Managing Research Careers
IFP107      Global Sustainability
IFP108      Strategic Issues in Research Management

Potential Careers:
Academic, Administrator, Arts Administrator, Biochemist,
Bioengineer, Bioinformatician, Biologist, Biomechanical
Engineer, Biomedical Engineer, Biotechnologist,
Biotechnologist, Biotechnology Business/Investment
Analyst, Business Analyst, Business Development Officer,
Cell Biologist, Civil Engineer, Contract Administrator,
Financial Advisor/Analyst, Government Officer, International
Business Specialist, Marine Scientist, Market Research
Manager, Marketing Officer/Manager, Mathematician,
Microbiologist, Policy Officer, Public Servant, Scientist,
Social Scientist, Urban Designer, Visual Artist, Web
Designer.




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Master of Research and Development
Management (IX99)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes
Course duration (full-time): 3 semesters.
Course duration (part-time): 6 semesters.
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $9,200 per
semester (subject to annual review)
International Fees (indicative): 2009: $10,400 per
semester
Course coordinator: Professor Rod Wissler
Campus: Internet

Entry Requirements
The minimum entry requirement for this course is a four
year undergraduate degree or three years plus either an
honours year or postgraduate coursework year in any
discipline. Applicants who do not meet these academic
requirements may be eligible to enter the course on the
basis of professional activities completed in research
management, research commercialisation or related fields
that satisfies the course coordinator.

Course structure

IFP110
IFP100      Knowledge Transfer and Research
            Commercialisation
IFP101      Leadership and Workplace Communication
IFP102      Research Project Management
IFP103      Public Policy and Research
IFP104      Entrepreneurial Foundations
IFP105      Principles and Practice of Research and
            Development Management
IFP106      Managing Research Careers
IFP107      Global Sustainability
IFP108      Strategic Issues in Research and Development
            Management
IFP109      Contexts for Research and Development
            Management
IFP110      Research & Development Management Project
            1
IFP111      Research & Development Management Project
            1

Potential Careers:
Academic, Administrator, Biochemist, Bioengineer,
Bioinformatician, Biologist, Biomechanical Engineer,
Biomedical Engineer, Biotechnologist, Biotechnology
Business/Investment Analyst, Business Analyst, Business
Development Officer, Cell Biologist, Civil Engineer, Contract
Administrator, Financial Advisor/Analyst, Government
Officer, International Business Specialist, Marine Scientist,
Market Research Manager, Marketing Officer/Manager,
Mathematician, Microbiologist, Policy Officer, Public
Servant, Scientist, Social Scientist, Urban Designer, Visual
Artist, Web Designer.




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                                                                Career Opportunities
Bachelor of Creative Industries
                                                                This four-year dual degree qualifies graduates for
(Drama)/Graduate Diploma in Education                           registration as secondary teachers in Queensland and for
(Senior Years) (KK33/ED38)                                      employment in education and related Creative Industries
Year offered: 2009                                              fields.
Admissions: No
Course duration (full-time): 4 years (3 years BCI + 1 year      Course Design
GDipEd)                                                         This dual degree is structured to enable you to spend your
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,818 (indicative)       first three years immersed in Drama and then, once
per semester                                                    completed, proceed seamlessly into 12 months of
Domestic Entry: February                                        specialised teacher training in your fourth year.
QTAC code: 429172
Past rank cut-off: 80                                           You will sample life as an educator prior to commencing the
Past OP cut-off: 11                                             fourth year with foundation units in education studies which
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                              will include practical school-based field experience.
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further   You will also have the opportunity to choose minor studies
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com         in one other discipline during your first three years which will
Total credit points: 288+96                                     give you the advantage of being able to undertake study in
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48               a second teaching area and increase your teaching options.
Course coordinator: Head, Undergraduate Studies                 There are a large number of available second teaching
ugenq.ci@qut.edu.au (Creative Industries)                       areas which include dance, English, languages,
Discipline coordinator: Dr Sandra Gattenhof                     mathematics, music, visual arts, business, social sciences
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                            and science education.

Overview                                                        Why choose this course?
The Creative Industries Faculty has an enviable reputation      The Creative Industries Faculty and its partner the Faculty
as a leading provider in Queensland of outstanding teacher      of Education have an enviable reputation, developed over
practitioners in the visual and performing arts.                almost 50 years, as the leading provider in Queensland of
                                                                outstanding teacher practitioners in the visual and
In partnership with the Faculty of Education, the Faculty       performing arts. This course, introduced for the first time in
offers four-year degree programs in Dance, Drama, Music         2008, combines in-depth training in creative industries and
or Visual Arts that qualify graduates for registration as       education.
teachers and for employment in allied areas.
                                                                Professional Recognition
OP Guarantee                                                    Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this course.                 Queensland. Graduates looking for teaching employment in
                                                                other parts of Australia and overseas may be required to
Working With Children Check                                     meet additional conditions.
Working With Children Check - As required by the
Commission for Children and Young People and Child              Deferment
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a            QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card    undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
(Blue Card) by the Commission.                                  months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
                                                                using specific admission requirements such as
As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the             questionnaires, portfolios, auditions, prior study or work
course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the       experience.
QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves        Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
contact with children, including the required field studies     offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
blocks.
                                                                Find out more on deferment.
If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the       Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to     Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
participate in the required activities and may need to be       available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to
withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and         currently enrolled students who were unable to comply
academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the            regulations regarding their original Commonwealth
Commission to issue the Card. The application form is           Supported place (ie failure to lodge an eCAF, has
available at bluecard.qut.com.                                  consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc)
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fee-paying student.                                                        Students who were accepted into the four year
                                                                           program (QTAC code: 429172) will
Full time course structure                                                 automatically be transferred to their fourth year
                                                                           of study in ED38 Graduate Diploma of
                                                                           Education (Senior Years) upon successful
Semester 1, Year 1                                                         completion of their first three years of study.
                                                                           Please refer to the ED38 Course Summary
KKB101      Creative Industries: People and Practices                      Sheet for enrolment information.
KTB101      20th Century Performance
                                                               Course structure - Senior Years
KTB102      Process Drama
KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene           Year 1, Semester 1

Semester 2, Year 1                                             EDP415      Engaging Diverse Learners

KKB102      Creative Industries: Making Connections            EDP441      Senior Years Field Studies 1: Engaging
                                                                           Diverse Learners
KTB104      Performance Innovation
                                                                           Curriculum Studies 1
KTB105      Production 1: Story Making
                                                                           Curriculum Studies Elective
KTB106      Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
                                                                           Designated Unit: EDP441
Semester 1, Year 2
                                                               Year 1, Semester 2
KKB221      Approaching Interdisciplinarity
                                                               EDP416      The Professional Practice of Educators
KTB206      The Creating Body
                                                               EDP442      Senior Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
SELECT:     Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective                          Practice of Educators
SELECT:     Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective                          Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                           Curriculum Studies 3
Semester 2,Year 2
                                                                           Designated Unit: EDP442
EDB036      Introduction to Education
KKB222      Interdisciplinarity in Practice                    Curriculum Studies 1
KTB207      Staging Australia                                  CLP402      Business Education Curriculum Studies 1
SELECT:     Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective              CLP408      English Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                               CLP411      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 1
Year 2, SUM-2 Semester (Jan - Feb)
                                                               CLP414      Social Education Curriculum Studies 1
EDB037      Introduction to Educational Sites
                                                               KDP201      Dance Curriculum Studies 1
Semester 1, Year 3                                             KMP201      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1
KTB204      Understanding Performance                          KTP201      Drama Curriculum Studies 1
            Choose between a Second Teaching Area unit         KVP301      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
            (recommended) or an Elective or a Curriculum
            Studies unit:                                      MDP456      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 1

            Second Teaching Area unit                          MDP459      Science Education Curriculum Studies 1

            Elective                                           CLP422      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
                                                                           1
            Curriculum Studies unit
            Choose between KTB205 or KTB301:                   Curriculum Studies 2
KTB205      Production 2: The Collaborative Artist             CLP403      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                           (Business Communication and Technology)
KTB301      Performing Self
                                                               CLP404      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                           (Accounting and Business Management)
Semester 2, Year 3
                                                               CLP406      Legal Studies Education Curriculum Studies
KTB303      Production 3: Interpreting and Adapting
                                                               CLP409      English Education Curriculum Studies 2
KTB305      The Entrepreneurial Artist
                                                               CLP412      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 2
            Choose SPB012 or an elective:
                                                               CLP415      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management                             (Geography)
            Elective                                           CLP416      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
SELECT:     Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective                          (History)
                                                               CLP417      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2 (Senior
Year 4, Semester 1 and Semester 2                                          Social Science)




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MDP455      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2 (ICT)     KDB108      World Dance
MDP457      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 2        KDB109      Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              Drama (48 credit points)
MDP460      Science Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              KTB101      20th Century Performance
MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              KTB102      Process Drama
MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              KTB106      Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
CLP423      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
            2                                                 KTB207      Staging Australia
MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2                      KTB209      Applied Performance
MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              English (48 credit points)
MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                          Required Unit
MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              CLB320      Studies In Language
KTP202      Drama Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                          Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level
KDP202      Dance Curriculum Studies 2                                    Units:
KMP202      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2            KCB102      Media and Society: From Printing Press to
                                                                          Internet
KVP302      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              KWB108      Introduction To Literary Studies
Curriculum Studies 3                                                      No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
CLP407      Business Education Curriculum Studies 3                       Level Units

CLP410      English Education Curriculum Studies 3            CLB321      Writing Workshop

CLP413      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 3          CLB322      Literature In Secondary Teaching

CLP418      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3             CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature

MDP458      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 3        KWB109      Writing Australia

CLP424      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies       KWB206      Youth and Children's Writing
            3                                                 KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
MDP461      Science Education Curriculum Studies 3                        19th Century

KTP203      Drama Curriculum Studies 3                        KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
                                                                          20th Century)
KDP203      Dance Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              KWB309      Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
KMP203      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
KVP303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              Film and Media (48 credit points)
Curriculum Electives
                                                                          Required Units
CLP419      Social Education Curriculum - Senior History
                                                              KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
CLP400      Middle Years: Multiliteracies
                                                              KPB108      Media Text Analysis
CLP401      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE
                                                                          No less than 24 credit points from:
MDP452      Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings
                                                              KPB102      Film History
MDP453      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and
            Technology                                        KPB103      Film Genres

SPP400      Classroom and Behaviour Management                KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
                                                                          Management
SPP401      Classroom Assessment Practices
                                                              KPB105      Narrative Production
Second Teaching Area Units                                    KPB106      Australian Television
                                                              KPB203      Australian Film
Dance (48 credit points)
                                                              KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice
            Please note: An audition is required in
            orientation week. Please contact                  Geography (48 credit points)
            dance@qut.edu.au for further information.
                                                                          Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
KDB103      Dance Technique Studies 1
                                                              HHB127      Environment And Society
KDB104      Dance Technique Studies 2
                                                              HHB107      World Regions
KDB107      Choreographic Studies 1




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HHB251      Australian Resource Management                     HHB065      French 5
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced        HHB066      French 6
            Units
                                                                           German
HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies
                                                               HHB093      German 3
HHB228      Environmental Hazards
                                                               HHB094      German 4
HHB229      Windows On Japan
                                                               HHB095      German 5
HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment
                                                               HHB096      German 6
HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus
                                                               Music (48 credit points)
History (48 credit points)
                                                                           Please note: An audition is required in
            null                                                           orientation week. Please contact
                                                                           music@qut.edu.au for further information.
            Note: Students should seek to select units from
            each of areas of Australian, Asian, European       KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
            and the Ancient World. Students should check
            with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of     KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
            units.                                             KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units                 Select either KMB002 or KMB003
HHB121      Interpreting The Past                              KMB002      Music and Spirituality
HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific       KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
            Units                                              Visual Arts (48 credit points)
HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies                                   Please note: A folio is required in orientation
                                                                           week. Please contact artdesign@qut.edu.au
HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific                                for further information.
HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia                   KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region                KVB110      2D Media and Processes
HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945             KVB111      3D Media and Processes
HHB246      Modern China                                                   Select either KVB102 or KVB211
HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century                  KVB102      Modernism
HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History       KVB211      Post 1945 Art
HHB257      The Classical World
                                                               Creative Industries Faculty Undergraduate Open
HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe
                                                               Electives
HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe
HHB261      Medieval Europe                                    Creative Industries Faculty Undergraduate Open Electives
HHB109      Australian Historical Studies                                  These unit offerings are current at the time of
                                                                           publication but are subject to change.
HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies
                                                                           Rules for selecting electives:
Languages other than English                                               * you must obey any elective rules as set out in
            Indonesian                                                     your course requirements

HHB073      Indonesian 3                                                   * you cannot select a unit that forms part of the
                                                                           compulsory units of your course or the
HHB074      Indonesian 4                                                   compulsory units of your chosen sub-major
                                                                           area.
HHB075      Indonesian 5
                                                                           * you must have successfully completed any
HHB076      Indonesian 6                                                   pre/co-requisite units applicable
            Japanese                                                       * the offering of elective units is subject to
HHB083      Japanese 3                                                     sufficient student enrolment numbers and staff
                                                                           availability
HHB084      Japanese 4
                                                                           * some units are subject to quota restrictions
HHB085      Japanese 5
                                                                           * KK33, KK34, KJ32, KM32, IX07 and IX16
HHB086      Japanese 6                                                     students ONLY are permitted to select
            French                                                         electives from outside the Faculty of Creative
                                                                           Industries
HHB063      French 3
HHB064      French 4                                           Semester 1 Units




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Creative Writing & Cultural Studies                           KCB201        New Media 1: Information and Knowledge
KPB207       Film and Television Scriptwriting                KCB302        Political Communication
KWB101       Introduction to Creative Writing
                                                              Music & Sound
KWB102       Media Writing
                                                              KMB003        Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
KWB103       Persuasive Writing
                                                              KMB004        World Music
KWB104       Creative Writing: The Short Story
                                                              KMB104        Music and Sound Skills
KWB107       Creative Non-Fiction
                                                              KMB105        Music and Sound Technology
KWB207       Great Books: Creative Writing Classics
                                                              KMB108        Sound Recording and Acoustics
KWB208       Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
             20th Century)                                    Performance Studies
KWB209       Shakespeare, Then and Now                        KSB215        Visual Theatre Design
KWB308       Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the       KTB101        20th Century Performance
             19th Century
                                                              KTB103        Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
Dance                                                         KTB204        Understanding Performance
KDB105       Architecture of the Body                         KTB210        Creative Industries Management
KDB108       World Dance                                      KTB211        Creative Industries Events and Festivals
KDB110       Deconstructing Dance in History
                                                              Transition to New Professional Environments*
Fashion                                                       KKB341        Workplace Learning 1
KFB103       Introduction to Fashion                          KKB342        Workplace Learning 2
KFB107       Drawing For Fashion                              KKB343        Service Learning 1
KFB206       Fashion and Modernity                            KKB344        Service Learning 2
KFB208       Fashion Portfolio                                KKB345        Creative Industries Project 1
KFB209       Ragtrade: Wholesaling Fashion                    KKB346        Creative Industries Project 2
                                                              KKB347        Introductory Research 1
Film & Television
KPB102       Film History                                     Visual Arts
KPB106       Australian Television                            KVB102        Modernism
KPB202       Film and Television Business Skills:             KVB104        Photomedia and Artistic Practice
             Entrepreneurship and Investment
                                                              KVB105        Drawing for Design
KPB203       Australian Film
                                                              KVB110        2D Media and Processes
KPB303       Critical Thinking About Television
                                                              KVB212        Australian Art, Architecture and Design
Interactive and Visual Design                                 KVB213        Graphic Investigation
KIB101       Visual Communication                             KVB304        Contemporary Art Issues
KIB105       Animation and Motion Graphics
                                                              Semester 2 Units
KIB201       Concept Development for Game Design and
             Interactive Media
                                                              Creative Writing & Cultural Studies
Journalism                                                    KPB207        Film and Television Scriptwriting
KJB101       Digital Journalism                               KWB102        Media Writing
KJB120       Newswriting                                      KWB104        Creative Writing: The Short Story
KJB121       Journalistic Inquiry                             KWB106        Corporate Writing and Editing
KJB224       Feature Writing                                  KWB108        Introduction To Literary Studies
KJB239       Journalism Ethics and Issues                     KWB109        Writing Australia
                                                              KWB206        Youth and Children's Writing
Media & Communication
                                                              KWB209        Shakespeare, Then and Now
KCB101       Communication in the New Economy
                                                              KWB307        Indigenous Writing
KCB102       Media and Society: From Printing Press to
             Internet                                         KWB309        Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
KCB103       Strategic Speech Communication                   Dance




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KDB106       Dance Analysis                                   KMB107        Sound, Image, Text
KDB109       Funk, Tap and all that Jazz                      KMB108        Sound Recording and Acoustics
KDB204       Australian Dance
                                                              Performance Studies
Faculty                                                       KTB104        Performance Innovation
KKB102       Creative Industries: Making Connections          KTB106        Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
KKB004       Indigenous Creative Industries                   KTB207        Staging Australia
                                                              KTB211        Creative Industries Events and Festivals
Fashion
KFB106       Unspeakable Beauty: A History of Fashion and     Transition to New Professional Environments*
             Style
                                                              KKB341        Workplace Learning 1
KFB205       Fashion and Style Journalism
                                                              KKB342        Workplace Learning 2
KFB207       Contemporary Fashion
                                                              KKB343        Service Learning 1
KFB208       Fashion Portfolio
                                                              KKB344        Service Learning 2
Film & Television                                             KKB345        Creative Industries Project 1
KPB103       Film Genres                                      KKB346        Creative Industries Project 2
KPB104       Film and Television Production Resource          KKB348        Becoming A Researcher: Contexts, Protocols
             Management                                                     and Impact
KPB107       Television's Greatest Hits                       KKB350        Creative Industries International Study Tour
KPB205       Documentary Theory and Practice
                                                              NOTES:
KPB206       International Cinema
                                                                            * Only one Workplace Learning unit may be
KPB207       Film and Television Scriptwriting                              completed
                                                                            * KKB290, KKB357, KKB320, KKB330,
Interactive and Visual Design                                               KKB340-1 and KKB340-2 are only available to
KIB102       Visual Interactions                                            students enrolled in Creative Industries
                                                                            courses.
KIB103       Introduction to Web Design and Development
KIB104       Digital Media                                    Visual Arts
KIB108       Animation History and Practices                  KVB103        Australian Art
KIB202       Enabling Immersion                               KVB104        Photomedia and Artistic Practice
                                                              KVB106        Drawing for Animation
Journalism
                                                              KVB108        Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
KJB101       Digital Journalism
                                                              KVB111        3D Media and Processes
KJB120       Newswriting
                                                              KVB211        Post 1945 Art
KJB121       Journalistic Inquiry
                                                              KVB306        Video Art and Culture
KJB224       Feature Writing
                                                              KVB307        Theories of Spatial Culture
KJB280       International Journalism
KJB337       Public Affairs Reporting                         Potential Careers:
                                                              Actor, Arts Administrator, Drama Teacher, Educator, Higher
Media & Communication                                         Education Worker, Secondary School Teacher, Teacher,
KCB101       Communication in the New Economy                 Theatre Professionals.
KCB103       Strategic Speech Communication
KCB104       Media and Communications Industries
KCB105       Media and Communication Research Methods
KCB202       New Media 2: Applications and Implications
KCB203       Consumer Cultures

Music & Sound
KMB002       Music and Spirituality
KMB007       Introductory Ensemble
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Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance)/Graduate                             Auditions
Diploma in Education (Senior Years)                                Auditions will be held in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney,
(KK34/ED38)                                                        Canberra, Adelaide, and Townsville in late September/early
Year offered: 2009                                                 October.
Admissions: Yes
Course duration (full-time): 4 years (3 years BFA + 1 year         Confirmation dates and venues will be posted to registrants
GDipEd)                                                            after registrations close.
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,601 (indicative)
per semester                                                       Working With Children Check
Domestic Entry: February                                           Working With Children Check - As required by the
QTAC code: 429162                                                  Commission for Children and Young People and Child
Past rank cut-off: Admission to course is based on audition        Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
and previous academic achievement. Please refer to                 criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
Additional Entry Requirements.                                     (Blue Card) by the Commission.
Past OP cut-off: Admission to course is based on audition
and previous academic achievement. Please refer to                 As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
Additional Entry Requirements.                                     course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                                 QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of             Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further      contact with children, including the required field studies
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com            blocks.
Total credit points: 288+96
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48                  If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
Course coordinator: Head, Undergraduate Studies                    enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
(cifug@qut.edu.au)                                                 police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Discipline coordinator: Rachel Pedro                               participate in the required activities and may need to be
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                               withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
                                                                   academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
Overview                                                           Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
QUT offers four-year dual awards that qualify graduates for        available at bluecard.qut.com.
registration as secondary teachers in Queensland and for
employment in education and related creative industries            Career Opportunities
fields.                                                            This four-year dual degree qualifies graduates for
Each dual award is structured to enable you to spend your          registration as secondary teachers in Queensland and for
first three years immersed in your creative discipline. Once       employment in education and related Creative Industries
completed, you will proceed seamlessly into 12 months of           fields.
specialised teacher training.
You will sample life as an educator prior to commencing            Course Design
your graduate diploma with foundation units in education           This dual degree is structured to enable you to spend your
studies which include practical school-based field                 first three years immersed in Dance and then, once
experience during your creative industries degree.                 completed, proceed seamlessly into 12 months of
You will also have the opportunity to choose minor studies         specialised teacher training in your fourth year.
in one other discipline during your first three years which will
give you the advantage of undertaking study in a second            You will sample life as an educator prior to commencing the
teaching area, thereby increasing your teaching options.           fourth year with foundation units in education studies which
                                                                   will include practical school-based field experience.
OP Guarantee
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this course.                    You will also have the opportunity to choose minor studies
                                                                   in one other discipline during your first three years which will
Additional entry requirements                                      give you the advantage of being able to undertake study in
Applicants will be selected on the basis of their audition and     a second teaching area and increase your teaching options.
previous academic achievement. In addition to the                  There are a large number of available second teaching
admission application, applicants must also apply online           areas which include drama, English, languages,
to Creative Industries Faculty, QUT.                               mathematics, music, visual arts, business, social sciences
                                                                   and science education.
The final date to lodge the portfolio and additional materials
with QUT was extended to 29 August 2008. A $33 service             Why choose this course?
fee applies (which can be paid online); applicants applying        The Creative Industries Faculty and the Faculty of
for more than one Dance course are required to pay only            Education have an enviable reputation, developed over
one service fee of $33.                                            almost 50 years, as the leading provider in Queensland of
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performing arts.                                                           (Business Communication and Technology)
                                                                CLP404     Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
Professional Recognition                                                   (Accounting and Business Management)
This course meets the requirements for registration as a        CLP406     Legal Studies Education Curriculum Studies
teacher in Queensland. It is recognised nationally and
                                                                CLP409     English Education Curriculum Studies 2
internationally, however additional requirements may be
needed for some locations.                                      CLP412     Languages Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                CLP415     Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
Deferment                                                                  (Geography)
QUTâs deferment policy does not apply to this course.           CLP416     Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                           (History)
Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places                      CLP417     Social Education Curriculum Studies 2 (Senior
Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not                      Social Science)
available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to   MDP455     Business Education Curriculum Studies 2 (ICT)
currently enrolled students who were unable to comply           MDP457     Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 2
regulations regarding their original Commonwealth
Supported place (ie failure to lodge an eCAF, has               MDP462     Biology Curriculum Studies 2
consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc)       MDP460     Science Education Curriculum Studies 2
and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
                                                                MDP463     Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
fee-paying student.
                                                                MDP464     Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2
Course structure - Senior Years                                 MDP465     Physics Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                CLP423     Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
Year 1, Semester 1                                                         2
EDP415      Engaging Diverse Learners                           MDP462     Biology Curriculum Studies 2
EDP441      Senior Years Field Studies 1: Engaging              MDP463     Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
            Diverse Learners
                                                                MDP464     Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2
            Curriculum Studies 1
                                                                MDP465     Physics Curriculum Studies 2
            Curriculum Studies Elective
                                                                KTP202     Drama Curriculum Studies 2
            Designated Unit: EDP441
                                                                KDP202     Dance Curriculum Studies 2
Year 1, Semester 2                                              KMP202     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2
EDP416      The Professional Practice of Educators              KVP302     Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2
EDP442      Senior Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
            Practice of Educators                               Curriculum Studies 3
            Curriculum Studies 2                                CLP407     Business Education Curriculum Studies 3
            Curriculum Studies 3                                CLP410     English Education Curriculum Studies 3
            Designated Unit: EDP442                             CLP413     Languages Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                                CLP418     Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
Curriculum Studies 1
                                                                MDP458     Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 3
CLP402      Business Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                                CLP424     Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
CLP408      English Education Curriculum Studies 1                         3
CLP411      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 1            MDP461     Science Education Curriculum Studies 3
CLP414      Social Education Curriculum Studies 1               KTP203     Drama Curriculum Studies 3
KDP201      Dance Curriculum Studies 1                          KDP203     Dance Curriculum Studies 3
KMP201      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1              KMP203     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3
KTP201      Drama Curriculum Studies 1                          KVP303     Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3
KVP301      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
                                                                Curriculum Electives
MDP456      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                                CLP419     Social Education Curriculum - Senior History
MDP459      Science Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                                CLP400     Middle Years: Multiliteracies
CLP422      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
            1                                                   CLP401     Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE
                                                                MDP452     Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings
Curriculum Studies 2                                            MDP453     Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and
CLP403      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2                        Technology




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SPP400     Classroom and Behaviour Management                              completion of their first three years of study.
                                                                           Please refer to the ED38 Course Summary
SPP401     Classroom Assessment Practices                                  Sheet for enrolment information.
Full time course structure                                     Year 4, Semester 1 and Semester 2

Semester 1, Year 1                                             Creative Industries Faculty Undergraduate Open
KDB101     Performance 1                                       Electives

KDB103     Dance Technique Studies 1
                                                               Creative Industries Faculty Undergraduate Open Electives
KDB105     Architecture of the Body
                                                                           These unit offerings are current at the time of
KKB101     Creative Industries: People and Practices                       publication but are subject to change.
                                                                           Rules for selecting electives:
Semester 2, Year 1
                                                                           * you must obey any elective rules as set out in
KDB104     Dance Technique Studies 2                                       your course requirements
KDB107     Choreographic Studies 1                                         * you cannot select a unit that forms part of the
KKB102     Creative Industries: Making Connections                         compulsory units of your course or the
                                                                           compulsory units of your chosen sub-major
           Complimentary Studies                                           area.
                                                                           * you must have successfully completed any
Semester 1, Year 2                                                         pre/co-requisite units applicable
KDB110     Deconstructing Dance in History                                 * the offering of elective units is subject to
KDB207-1 Choreographic Studies 2                                           sufficient student enrolment numbers and staff
                                                                           availability
KDB213     Dance Technique Studies 3
                                                                           * some units are subject to quota restrictions
KDB108     World Dance
                                                                           * KK33, KK34, KJ32, KM32, IX07 and IX16
                                                                           students ONLY are permitted to select
Semester 2, Year 2                                                         electives from outside the Faculty of Creative
KDB106     Dance Analysis                                                  Industries

KDB207-2 Choreographic Studies 2                               Semester 1 Units
KDB208     Integrated Professional Skills
KDB214     Dance Technique Studies 4                           Creative Writing & Cultural Studies

           Complimentary Studies                               KPB207      Film and Television Scriptwriting
                                                               KWB101      Introduction to Creative Writing
Semester 1, Year 3                                             KWB102      Media Writing
EDB036     Introduction to Education                           KWB103      Persuasive Writing
KDB301     Dance Project 1A                                    KWB104      Creative Writing: The Short Story
           Complementary Studies                               KWB107      Creative Non-Fiction
           Choose one from the following units                 KWB207      Great Books: Creative Writing Classics
KDB201     Dance Curriculum Studies 1                          KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
           Complementary Studies                                           20th Century)
                                                               KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
Semester 2, Year 3
                                                               KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
KDB204     Australian Dance                                                19th Century
EDB037     Introduction to Educational Sites
                                                               Dance
           Choose two from the following units
                                                               KDB105      Architecture of the Body
KDB109     Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
                                                               KDB108      World Dance
KDB215     Performance in Context (recommended)
                                                               KDB110      Deconstructing Dance in History
SPB012     Classroom and Behaviour Management
           Complimentary Studies                               Fashion
                                                               KFB103      Introduction to Fashion
Year 4, Semester 1 and Semester 2
                                                               KFB107      Drawing For Fashion
           Students who were accepted into the four year
           program (QTAC code: 429162) will                    KFB206      Fashion and Modernity
           automatically be transferred to their fourth year   KFB208      Fashion Portfolio
           of study in ED38 Graduate Diploma of
           Education (Senior Years) upon successful            KFB209      Ragtrade: Wholesaling Fashion




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                                                              KKB347        Introductory Research 1
Film & Television
KPB102       Film History                                     Visual Arts
KPB106       Australian Television                            KVB102        Modernism
KPB202       Film and Television Business Skills:             KVB104        Photomedia and Artistic Practice
             Entrepreneurship and Investment
                                                              KVB105        Drawing for Design
KPB203       Australian Film
                                                              KVB110        2D Media and Processes
KPB303       Critical Thinking About Television
                                                              KVB212        Australian Art, Architecture and Design
Interactive and Visual Design                                 KVB213        Graphic Investigation
KIB101       Visual Communication                             KVB304        Contemporary Art Issues
KIB105       Animation and Motion Graphics
                                                              Semester 2 Units
KIB201       Concept Development for Game Design and
             Interactive Media                                Creative Writing & Cultural Studies
Journalism                                                    KPB207        Film and Television Scriptwriting
KJB101       Digital Journalism                               KWB102        Media Writing
KJB120       Newswriting                                      KWB104        Creative Writing: The Short Story
KJB121       Journalistic Inquiry                             KWB106        Corporate Writing and Editing
KJB224       Feature Writing                                  KWB108        Introduction To Literary Studies
KJB239       Journalism Ethics and Issues                     KWB109        Writing Australia
                                                              KWB206        Youth and Children's Writing
Media& Communication                                          KWB209        Shakespeare, Then and Now
KCB101       Communication in the New Economy                 KWB307        Indigenous Writing
KCB102       Media and Society: From Printing Press to        KWB309        Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
             Internet
KCB103       Strategic Speech Communication                   Dance
KCB201       New Media 1: Information and Knowledge           KDB106        Dance Analysis
KCB302       Political Communication                          KDB109        Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
                                                              KDB204        Australian Dance
Music & Sound
KMB003       Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll                          Faculty
KMB004       World Music                                      KKB102        Creative Industries: Making Connections
KMB104       Music and Sound Skills                           KKB004        Indigenous Creative Industries
KMB105       Music and Sound Technology
                                                              Fashion
KMB108       Sound Recording and Acoustics
                                                              KFB106        Unspeakable Beauty: A History of Fashion and
Performance Studies                                                         Style
KSB215       Visual Theatre Design                            KFB205        Fashion and Style Journalism
KTB101       20th Century Performance                         KFB207        Contemporary Fashion
KTB103       Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene         KFB208        Fashion Portfolio
KTB204       Understanding Performance                        Film & Television
KTB210       Creative Industries Management                   KPB103        Film Genres
KTB211       Creative Industries Events and Festivals         KPB104        Film and Television Production Resource
                                                                            Management
Transition to New Professional Environments*
                                                              KPB107        Television's Greatest Hits
KKB341       Workplace Learning 1
                                                              KPB205        Documentary Theory and Practice
KKB342       Workplace Learning 2
                                                              KPB206        International Cinema
KKB343       Service Learning 1
                                                              KPB207        Film and Television Scriptwriting
KKB344       Service Learning 2
KKB345       Creative Industries Project 1                    Interactive and Visual Design
KKB346       Creative Industries Project 2                    KIB102        Visual Interactions




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KIB103       Introduction to Web Design and Development       Visual Arts
KIB104       Digital Media                                    KVB103        Australian Art
KIB108       Animation History and Practices                  KVB104        Photomedia and Artistic Practice
KIB202       Enabling Immersion                               KVB106        Drawing for Animation
                                                              KVB108        Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
Journalism
                                                              KVB111        3D Media and Processes
KJB101       Digital Journalism
                                                              KVB211        Post 1945 Art
KJB120       Newswriting
                                                              KVB306        Video Art and Culture
KJB121       Journalistic Inquiry
                                                              KVB307        Theories of Spatial Culture
KJB224       Feature Writing
KJB280       International Journalism                         Second Teaching Area Units
KJB337       Public Affairs Reporting
                                                              Dance (48 credit points)
Media & Communication                                                       Please note: An audition is required in
KCB101       Communication in the New Economy                               orientation week. Please contact
                                                                            dance@qut.edu.au for further information.
KCB103       Strategic Speech Communication
                                                              KDB103        Dance Technique Studies 1
KCB104       Media and Communications Industries
                                                              KDB104        Dance Technique Studies 2
KCB105       Media and Communication Research Methods
                                                              KDB107        Choreographic Studies 1
KCB202       New Media 2: Applications and Implications
                                                              KDB108        World Dance
KCB203       Consumer Cultures
                                                              KDB109        Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
Music & Sound
                                                              Drama (48 credit points)
KMB002       Music and Spirituality
                                                              KTB101        20th Century Performance
KMB007       Introductory Ensemble
                                                              KTB102        Process Drama
KMB105       Music and Sound Technology
                                                              KTB103        Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
KMB107       Sound, Image, Text
                                                              KTB106        Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
KMB108       Sound Recording and Acoustics
                                                              KTB207        Staging Australia
Performance Studies                                           KTB209        Applied Performance
KTB104       Performance Innovation
                                                              English (48 credit points)
KTB106       Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
                                                                            Required Unit
KTB207       Staging Australia
                                                              CLB320        Studies In Language
KTB211       Creative Industries Events and Festivals
                                                                            Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level
                                                                            Units:
Transition to New Professional Environments*
                                                              KCB102        Media and Society: From Printing Press to
KKB341       Workplace Learning 1                                           Internet
KKB342       Workplace Learning 2                             KWB108        Introduction To Literary Studies
KKB343       Service Learning 1                                             No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
KKB344       Service Learning 2                                             Level Units

KKB345       Creative Industries Project 1                    CLB321        Writing Workshop

KKB346       Creative Industries Project 2                    CLB322        Literature In Secondary Teaching

KKB348       Becoming A Researcher: Contexts, Protocols       CLB323        Teaching Adolescent Literature
             and Impact                                       KWB109        Writing Australia
KKB350       Creative Industries International Study Tour     KWB206        Youth and Children's Writing
                                                              KWB308        Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
NOTES:                                                                      19th Century
             * Only one Workplace Learning unit may be        KWB208        Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
             completed                                                      20th Century)
             * KKB290, KKB357, KKB320, KKB330,                KWB309        Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
             KKB340-1 and KKB340-2 are only available to
             students enrolled in Creative Industries         KWB209        Shakespeare, Then and Now
             courses.




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Film and Media (48 credit points)                              HHB109      Australian Historical Studies
            Required Units                                     HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies
KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
                                                               Languages other than English
KPB108      Media Text Analysis
                                                                           Indonesian
            No less than 24 credit points from:
                                                               HHB073      Indonesian 3
KPB102      Film History
                                                               HHB074      Indonesian 4
KPB103      Film Genres
                                                               HHB075      Indonesian 5
KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
            Management                                         HHB076      Indonesian 6
KPB105      Narrative Production                                           Japanese
KPB106      Australian Television                              HHB083      Japanese 3
KPB203      Australian Film                                    HHB084      Japanese 4
KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice                    HHB085      Japanese 5
                                                               HHB086      Japanese 6
Geography (48 credit points)                                               French
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units     HHB063      French 3
HHB127      Environment And Society                            HHB064      French 4
HHB107      World Regions                                      HHB065      French 5
HHB251      Australian Resource Management                     HHB066      French 6
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced                    German
            Units
                                                               HHB093      German 3
HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies
                                                               HHB094      German 4
HHB228      Environmental Hazards
                                                               HHB095      German 5
HHB229      Windows On Japan
                                                               HHB096      German 6
HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment
HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus                            Music (48 credit points)
                                                                           Please note: An audition is required in
History (48 credit points)                                                 orientation week. Please contact
            null                                                           music@qut.edu.au for further information.
            Note: Students should seek to select units from    KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
            each of areas of Australian, Asian, European       KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
            and the Ancient World. Students should check
            with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of     KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
            units.
                                                                           Select either KMB002 or KMB003
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
                                                               KMB002      Music and Spirituality
HHB121      Interpreting The Past
                                                               KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced        Visual Arts (48 credit points)
            Units                                                          Please note: A folio is required in orientation
HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies                                   week. Please contact artdesign@qut.edu.au
                                                                           for further information.
HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific
                                                               KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia
                                                               KVB110      2D Media and Processes
HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region
                                                               KVB111      3D Media and Processes
HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945
                                                                           Select either KVB102 or KVB211
HHB246      Modern China
                                                               KVB102      Modernism
HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century
                                                               KVB211      Post 1945 Art
HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History
HHB257      The Classical World                                Potential Careers:
HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe                       Choreographer, Dance Teacher, Dancer, Educator, Higher
HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe           Education Worker, Secondary School Teacher, Teacher.
HHB261      Medieval Europe




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Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama)/Graduate                             Career Opportunities
Diploma in Education (Senior Years)                                This four-year dual degree qualifies graduates for
(KK34/ED38)                                                        registration as secondary teachers in Queensland and for
Year offered: 2009                                                 employment in education and related Creative Industries
Admissions: Yes                                                    fields.
Course duration (full-time): 4 years (3 years BFA + 1 year
GDipEd)                                                            Course Design
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009 CSP $2,601 (indicative)           This dual degree is structured to enable you to spend your
per semester                                                       first three years immersed in Drama and then, once
Domestic Entry: February                                           completed, proceed seamlessly into 12 months of
QTAC code: 429172                                                  specialised teacher training in your fourth year.
Past rank cut-off: 79
Past OP cut-off: 11                                                You will sample life as an educator prior to commencing the
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                                 fourth year with foundation units in education studies which
Total credit points: 288+96                                        will include practical school-based field experience.
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
Course coordinator: Head, Undergraduate Studies                    You will also have the opportunity to choose minor studies
(cifug@qut.edu.au)                                                 in one other discipline during your first three years which will
Discipline coordinator: Dr Sandra Gattenhof                        give you the advantage of being able to undertake study in
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                               a second teaching area and increase your teaching options.
                                                                   There are a large number of available second teaching
Overview                                                           areas which include drama, English, languages,
QUT offers four-year dual awards that qualify graduates for        mathematics, music, visual arts, business, social sciences
registration as secondary teachers in Queensland and for           and science education.
employment in education and related creative industries
fields.                                                            Why choose this course?
Each dual award is structured to enable you to spend your          The Creative Industries Faculty and the Faculty of
first three years immersed in your creative discipline. Once       Education have an enviable reputation, developed over
completed, you will proceed seamlessly into 12 months of           almost 50 years, as the leading provider in Queensland of
specialised teacher training.                                      outstanding teacher practitioners in the visual and
You will sample life as an educator prior to commencing            performing arts.
your graduate diploma with foundation units in education
studies which include practical school-based field                 Professional Recognition
experience during your creative industries degree.                 This course meets the requirements for registration as a
You will also have the opportunity to choose minor studies         teacher in Queensland. It is recognised nationally and
in one other discipline during your first three years which will   internationally, however additional requirements may be
give you the advantage of undertaking study in a second            needed for some locations.
teaching area, thereby increasing your teaching options.
                                                                   Deferment
Working With Children Check
                                                                   Deferment
Working With Children Check - As required by the                   QUT allows current Year 12 school leavers to defer their
Commission for Children and Young People and Child                 undergraduate admission offer for one year, or for six
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a               months if offered mid-year admission, except in courses
criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card       using specific admission requirements such as
(Blue Card) by the Commission.                                     questionnaires, folios, auditions, prior study or work
                                                                   experience.
As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the          Non-year 12 students may also request to defer their QTAC
QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue               offer on the basis of demonstrated special circumstances.
Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
contact with children, including the required field studies        Find out more on deferment.
blocks.
                                                                   Full Time Course structure
If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
                                                                   Semester 1, Year 1
police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
participate in the required activities and may need to be          KKB101       Creative Industries: People and Practices
withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and            KTB101       20th Century Performance
academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
                                                                   KTB103       Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
available at bluecard.qut.com.                                     KTB102       Process Drama




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Semester 2, Year 1                                              KDB103      Dance Technique Studies 1
KKB102      Creative Industries: Making Connections             KDB104      Dance Technique Studies 2
KTB104      Performance Innovation                              KDB107      Choreographic Studies 1
KTB105      Production 1: Story Making                          KDB108      World Dance
KTB106      Performing Skills 2: Style and Form                 KDB109      Funk, Tap and all that Jazz

Semester 1, Year 2                                              Drama (48 credit points)
KTB205      Production 2: The Collaborative Artist              KTB101      20th Century Performance
            Choose between KTB206 or KTB210:                    KTB102      Process Drama
KTB206      The Creating Body                                   KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
KTB210      Creative Industries Management                      KTB106      Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
            Complementary Studies Option                        KTB207      Staging Australia
            Complementary Studies Option                        KTB209      Applied Performance

Semester 2, Year 2                                              English (48 credit points)
KTB207      Staging Australia                                               Required Unit
            Choose between KTB209 or KTB211:                    CLB320      Studies In Language
KTB209      Applied Performance                                             Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level
                                                                            Units:
KTB211      Creative Industries Events and Festivals
                                                                KCB102      Media and Society: From Printing Press to
            Complementary Studies Option                                    Internet
            Complementary Studies Option                        KWB108      Introduction To Literary Studies
                                                                            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
Semester 1, Year 3                                                          Level Units
KTB204      Understanding Performance                           CLB321      Writing Workshop
            Choose between KTB301 or KTB306:                    CLB322      Literature In Secondary Teaching
KTB301      Performing Self                                     CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
KTB306      Directing for Performance Events and Festivals      KWB109      Writing Australia
            Complementary Studies Option                        KWB206      Youth and Children's Writing
            Complementary Studies Option                        KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
EDB036      Introduction to Education                                       19th Century
                                                                KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
Semester 2, Year 3                                                          20th Century)
KTB303      Production 3: Interpreting and Adapting             KWB309      Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
KTB305      The Entrepreneurial Artist                          KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
            Enrol in SPB012 Classroom and Behaviour
            Management OR Elective or STA                       Film and Media (48 credit points)
EDB037      Introduction to Educational Sites                               Required Units
                                                                KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
Semester 1 and 2, Year 4
                                                                KPB108      Media Text Analysis
            Students who were accepted into the four year
            program (QTAC code: 429172) will                                No less than 24 credit points from:
            automatically be transferred to their fourth year   KPB102      Film History
            of study in ED38 Graduate Diploma of
            Education (Senior Years) upon successful            KPB103      Film Genres
            completion of their first three years of study.     KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
            Please refer to the ED38 Course Summary                         Management
            Sheet for enrolment information.
                                                                KPB105      Narrative Production
Second Teaching Area Units                                      KPB106      Australian Television
                                                                KPB203      Australian Film
Dance (48 credit points)
                                                                KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice
            Please note: An audition is required in
            orientation week. Please contact
            dance@qut.edu.au for further information.           Geography (48 credit points)




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            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units                 French
HHB127      Environment And Society                            HHB063      French 3
HHB107      World Regions                                      HHB064      French 4
HHB251      Australian Resource Management                     HHB065      French 5
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced        HHB066      French 6
            Units
                                                                           German
HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies
                                                               HHB093      German 3
HHB228      Environmental Hazards
                                                               HHB094      German 4
HHB229      Windows On Japan
                                                               HHB095      German 5
HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment
                                                               HHB096      German 6
HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus
                                                               Music (48 credit points)
History (48 credit points)
                                                                           Please note: An audition is required in
            null                                                           orientation week. Please contact
                                                                           music@qut.edu.au for further information.
            Note: Students should seek to select units from
            each of areas of Australian, Asian, European       KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
            and the Ancient World. Students should check
            with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of     KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
            units.                                             KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units                 Select either KMB002 or KMB003
HHB121      Interpreting The Past                              KMB002      Music and Spirituality
HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific       KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
            Units                                              Visual Arts (48 credit points)
HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies                                   Please note: A folio is required in orientation
                                                                           week. Please contact artdesign@qut.edu.au
HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific                                for further information.
HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia                   KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region                KVB110      2D Media and Processes
HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945             KVB111      3D Media and Processes
HHB246      Modern China                                                   Select either KVB102 or KVB211
HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century                  KVB102      Modernism
HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History       KVB211      Post 1945 Art
HHB257      The Classical World
HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe                       Potential Careers:
HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe           Actor, Drama Teacher, Higher Education Worker,
                                                               Secondary School Teacher, Stage Manager, Teacher,
HHB261      Medieval Europe                                    Theatre Lighting, Theatre Professionals.
HHB109      Australian Historical Studies
HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies

Languages other than English
            Indonesian
HHB073      Indonesian 3
HHB074      Indonesian 4
HHB075      Indonesian 5
HHB076      Indonesian 6
            Japanese
HHB083      Japanese 3
HHB084      Japanese 4
HHB085      Japanese 5
HHB086      Japanese 6




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Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual                                      Working With Children Check
Arts)/Graduate Diploma in Education                                Working With Children Check - As required by the
(Senior Years) (KK34/ED38)                                         Commission for Children and Young People and Child
Year offered: 2009                                                 Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
Admissions: Yes                                                    criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card
Course duration (full-time): 4 years (3 years BFA + 1 year         (Blue Card) by the Commission.
GDipEd)
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,601 (indicative)          As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
per semester                                                       course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
Domestic Entry: February                                           QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
QTAC code: 429152                                                  Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
Past rank cut-off: Admission to course is based on                 contact with children, including the required field studies
portfolio and previous academic achievement. Please refer          blocks.
to Additional Entry Requirements.
Past OP cut-off: Admission to course is based on portfolio         If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
and previous academic achievement. Please refer to                 enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Additional Entry Requirements.                                     police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)                                 participate in the required activities and may need to be
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of             withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further      academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com            Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Total credit points: 288+96                                        available at bluecard.qut.com.
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
Course coordinator: Head, Undergraduate Studies                    Career Opportunities
(cifug@qut.edu.au)                                                 This four-year dual degree qualifies graduates for
Discipline coordinator: Dr Courtney Pedersen                       registration as secondary teachers in Queensland and for
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                               employment in education and related Creative Industries
                                                                   fields.
Overview
QUT offers four-year dual awards that qualify graduates for        Course Design
registration as secondary teachers in Queensland and for           This dual degree is structured to enable you to spend your
employment in education and related creative industries            first three years immersed in Visual Arts and then, once
fields.                                                            completed, proceed seamlessly into 12 months of
Each dual award is structured to enable you to spend your          specialised teacher training in your fourth year.
first three years immersed in your creative discipline. Once
completed, you will proceed seamlessly into 12 months of           You will sample life as an educator prior to commencing the
specialised teacher training.                                      fourth year with foundation units in education studies which
You will sample life as an educator prior to commencing            will include practical school-based field experience.
your graduate diploma with foundation units in education
studies which include practical school-based field                 You will also have the opportunity to choose minor studies
experience during your creative industries degree.                 in one other discipline during your first three years which will
You will also have the opportunity to choose minor studies         give you the advantage of being able to undertake study in
in one other discipline during your first three years which will   a second teaching area and increase your teaching options.
give you the advantage of undertaking study in a second            There are a large number of available second teaching
teaching area, thereby increasing your teaching options.           areas which include dance, drama, English, languages,
                                                                   mathematics, music, business, social sciences and science
OP Guarantee                                                       education.
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this course.
                                                                   Why choose this course?
Additional Entry Requirements                                      The Creative Industries Faculty and the Faculty of
Applicants will be selected on the basis of their portfolio and    Education have an enviable reputation, developed over
previous academic achievement. In addition to the                  almost 50 years, as the leading provider in Queensland of
admission application, applicants must apply online to             outstanding teacher practitioners in the visual and
Creative Industries Faculty, QUT.                                  performing arts.

The final date to lodge the portfolio and other required           Professional Recognition
materials with QUT was 17 October 2008. A $33 service fee          This course meets the requirements for registration as a
applies (which can be paid online); applicants applying for        teacher in Queensland. It is recognised nationally and
more than one Visual Arts course are required to pay only          internationally, however additional requirements may be
one service fee of $33.                                            needed for some locations.




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                                                                SPB012     Classroom and Behaviour Management
Deferment                                                                  Complementary Studies
New QUTâs deferment policy does not apply to this course.
                                                                Year 4, Semester 1 and Semester 2
Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
                                                                           Students who were accepted into the four year
Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not                      program (QTAC code: 429152) will
available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to              automatically be transferred to their fourth year
currently enrolled students who were unable to comply                      of study in ED38 Graduate Diploma of
                                                                           Education (Senior Years) upon successful
regulations regarding their original Commonwealth                          completion of their first three years of study.
Supported place (ie failure to lodge an eCAF, has                          Please refer to the ED38 Course Summary
consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc)                  Sheet for enrolment information.
and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
fee-paying student                                              Course structure - Senior Years

Full time course structure                                      Year 1, Semester 1
                                                                EDP415     Engaging Diverse Learners
Semester 1, Year 1
                                                                EDP441     Senior Years Field Studies 1: Engaging
KKB101      Creative Industries: People and Practices                      Diverse Learners
KVB102      Modernism                                                      Curriculum Studies 1
KVB120      Studio Art Practice 1                                          Curriculum Studies Elective
                                                                           Designated Unit: EDP441
Semester 2, Year 1
KKB102      Creative Industries: Making Connections             Year 1, Semester 2
KVB103      Australian Art                                      EDP416     The Professional Practice of Educators
KVB121      Studio Art Practice 2                               EDP442     Senior Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
                                                                           Practice of Educators
Semester 1, Year 2                                                         Curriculum Studies 2
KVB220      Studio Art Practice 3                                          Curriculum Studies 3
            Complementary Studies                                          Designated Unit: EDP442
            Complementary Studies
                                                                Curriculum Studies 1
Semester 2, Year 2                                              CLP402     Business Education Curriculum Studies 1
KVB221      Studio Art Practice 4                               CLP408     English Education Curriculum Studies 1
KIB104      Digital Media                                       CLP411     Languages Education Curriculum Studies 1
            Choose one from the following two units:            CLP414     Social Education Curriculum Studies 1
KVB108      Contemporary Asian Visual Culture                   KDP201     Dance Curriculum Studies 1
KVB211      Post 1945 Art                                       KMP201     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1
                                                                KTP201     Drama Curriculum Studies 1
Semester 1, Year 3
                                                                KVP301     Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
KVB304      Contemporary Art Issues
                                                                MDP456     Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 1
EDB036      Introduction to Education
                                                                MDP459     Science Education Curriculum Studies 1
            Complementary Studies
                                                                CLP422     Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
            Choose one from the following two units:                       1
KVB301      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
            Complementary Studies                               Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                CLP403     Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
Semester 2, Year 3                                                         (Business Communication and Technology)
EDB037      Introduction to Educational Sites                   CLP404     Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                           (Accounting and Business Management)
            Complementary Studies
                                                                CLP406     Legal Studies Education Curriculum Studies
            Choose one from the following two units:
                                                                CLP409     English Education Curriculum Studies 2
KVB306      Video Art and Culture
                                                                CLP412     Languages Education Curriculum Studies 2
KVB307      Theories of Spatial Culture
                                                                CLP415     Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
            Choose one from the following two units:                       (Geography)




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CLP416      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2             KDB103      Dance Technique Studies 1
            (History)
                                                              KDB104      Dance Technique Studies 2
CLP417      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2 (Senior
            Social Science)                                   KDB107      Choreographic Studies 1

MDP455      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2 (ICT)     KDB108      World Dance

MDP457      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 2        KDB109      Funk, Tap and all that Jazz

MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2                      Drama (48 credit points)
MDP460      Science Education Curriculum Studies 2            KTB101      20th Century Performance
MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2                    KTB102      Process Drama
MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2                KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2                      KTB106      Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
CLP423      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies       KTB207      Staging Australia
            2
                                                              KTB209      Applied Performance
MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2                    English (48 credit points)
MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2                            Required Unit
MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2                      CLB320      Studies In Language
KTP202      Drama Curriculum Studies 2                                    Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level
KDP202      Dance Curriculum Studies 2                                    Units:

KMP202      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2            KCB102      Media and Society: From Printing Press to
                                                                          Internet
KVP302      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              KWB108      Introduction To Literary Studies
Curriculum Studies 3                                                      No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
                                                                          Level Units
CLP407      Business Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              CLB321      Writing Workshop
CLP410      English Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              CLB322      Literature In Secondary Teaching
CLP413      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature
CLP418      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              KWB109      Writing Australia
MDP458      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              KWB206      Youth and Children's Writing
CLP424      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
            3                                                 KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
                                                                          19th Century
MDP461      Science Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
KTP203      Drama Curriculum Studies 3                                    20th Century)
KDP203      Dance Curriculum Studies 3                        KWB309      Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
KMP203      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3            KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
KVP303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              Film and Media (48 credit points)
Curriculum Electives                                                      Required Units
CLP419      Social Education Curriculum - Senior History      KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
CLP400      Middle Years: Multiliteracies                     KPB108      Media Text Analysis
CLP401      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE                 No less than 24 credit points from:
MDP452      Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings         KPB102      Film History
MDP453      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and       KPB103      Film Genres
            Technology
                                                              KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
SPP400      Classroom and Behaviour Management                            Management
SPP401      Classroom Assessment Practices                    KPB105      Narrative Production

Second Teaching Area Units                                    KPB106      Australian Television
                                                              KPB203      Australian Film
Dance (48 credit points)                                      KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice
            Please note: An audition is required in
            orientation week. Please contact                  Geography (48 credit points)
            dance@qut.edu.au for further information.




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            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units                 French
HHB127      Environment And Society                            HHB063      French 3
HHB107      World Regions                                      HHB064      French 4
HHB251      Australian Resource Management                     HHB065      French 5
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced        HHB066      French 6
            Units
                                                                           German
HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies
                                                               HHB093      German 3
HHB228      Environmental Hazards
                                                               HHB094      German 4
HHB229      Windows On Japan
                                                               HHB095      German 5
HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment
                                                               HHB096      German 6
HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus
                                                               Music (48 credit points)
History (48 credit points)
                                                                           Please note: An audition is required in
            null                                                           orientation week. Please contact
                                                                           music@qut.edu.au for further information.
            Note: Students should seek to select units from
            each of areas of Australian, Asian, European       KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
            and the Ancient World. Students should check
            with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of     KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
            units.                                             KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units                 Select either KMB002 or KMB003
HHB121      Interpreting The Past                              KMB002      Music and Spirituality
HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific       KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
            Units                                              Visual Arts (48 credit points)
HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies                                   Please note: A folio is required in orientation
                                                                           week. Please contact artdesign@qut.edu.au
HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific                                for further information.
HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia                   KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region                KVB110      2D Media and Processes
HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945             KVB111      3D Media and Processes
HHB246      Modern China                                                   Select either KVB102 or KVB211
HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century                  KVB102      Modernism
HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History       KVB211      Post 1945 Art
HHB257      The Classical World
                                                               Creative Industries Faculty Undergraduate Open
HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe
                                                               Electives
HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe
HHB261      Medieval Europe                                    Creative Industries Faculty Undergraduate Open Electives
HHB109      Australian Historical Studies                                  These unit offerings are current at the time of
                                                                           publication but are subject to change.
HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies
                                                                           Rules for selecting electives:
Languages other than English                                               * you must obey any elective rules as set out in
            Indonesian                                                     your course requirements

HHB073      Indonesian 3                                                   * you cannot select a unit that forms part of the
                                                                           compulsory units of your course or the
HHB074      Indonesian 4                                                   compulsory units of your chosen sub-major
                                                                           area.
HHB075      Indonesian 5
                                                                           * you must have successfully completed any
HHB076      Indonesian 6                                                   pre/co-requisite units applicable
            Japanese                                                       * the offering of elective units is subject to
HHB083      Japanese 3                                                     sufficient student enrolment numbers and staff
                                                                           availability
HHB084      Japanese 4
                                                                           * some units are subject to quota restrictions
HHB085      Japanese 5
                                                                           * KK33, KK34, KJ32, KM32, IX07 and IX16
HHB086      Japanese 6                                                     students ONLY are permitted to select
                                                                           electives from outside the Faculty of Creative




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             Industries                                       KCB102        Media and Society: From Printing Press to
                                                                            Internet
Semester 1 Units                                              KCB103        Strategic Speech Communication

Creative Writing & Cultural Studies                           KCB201        New Media 1: Information and Knowledge

KPB207       Film and Television Scriptwriting                KCB302        Political Communication

KWB101       Introduction to Creative Writing                 Music & Sound
KWB102       Media Writing                                    KMB003        Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
KWB103       Persuasive Writing                               KMB004        World Music
KWB104       Creative Writing: The Short Story                KMB104        Music and Sound Skills
KWB107       Creative Non-Fiction                             KMB105        Music and Sound Technology
KWB207       Great Books: Creative Writing Classics           KMB108        Sound Recording and Acoustics
KWB208       Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
             20th Century)                                    Performance Studies
KWB209       Shakespeare, Then and Now                        KSB215        Visual Theatre Design
KWB308       Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the       KTB101        20th Century Performance
             19th Century
                                                              KTB103        Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
Dance                                                         KTB204        Understanding Performance
KDB105       Architecture of the Body                         KTB210        Creative Industries Management
KDB108       World Dance                                      KTB211        Creative Industries Events and Festivals
KDB110       Deconstructing Dance in History
                                                              Transition to New Professional Environments*
Fashion                                                       KKB341        Workplace Learning 1
KFB103       Introduction to Fashion                          KKB342        Workplace Learning 2
KFB107       Drawing For Fashion                              KKB343        Service Learning 1
KFB206       Fashion and Modernity                            KKB344        Service Learning 2
KFB208       Fashion Portfolio                                KKB345        Creative Industries Project 1
KFB209       Ragtrade: Wholesaling Fashion                    KKB346        Creative Industries Project 2
                                                              KKB347        Introductory Research 1
Film & Television
KPB102       Film History                                     Visual Arts
KPB106       Australian Television                            KVB102        Modernism
KPB202       Film and Television Business Skills:             KVB104        Photomedia and Artistic Practice
             Entrepreneurship and Investment
                                                              KVB105        Drawing for Design
KPB203       Australian Film
                                                              KVB110        2D Media and Processes
KPB303       Critical Thinking About Television
                                                              KVB212        Australian Art, Architecture and Design
Interactive and Visual Design                                 KVB213        Graphic Investigation
KIB101       Visual Communication                             KVB304        Contemporary Art Issues
KIB105       Animation and Motion Graphics
                                                              Semester 2 Units
KIB201       Concept Development for Game Design and
             Interactive Media                                Creative Writing & Cultural Studies

Journalism                                                    KPB207        Film and Television Scriptwriting

KJB101       Digital Journalism                               KWB102        Media Writing

KJB120       Newswriting                                      KWB104        Creative Writing: The Short Story

KJB121       Journalistic Inquiry                             KWB106        Corporate Writing and Editing

KJB224       Feature Writing                                  KWB108        Introduction To Literary Studies

KJB239       Journalism Ethics and Issues                     KWB109        Writing Australia
                                                              KWB206        Youth and Children's Writing
Media & Communication                                         KWB209        Shakespeare, Then and Now
KCB101       Communication in the New Economy                 KWB307        Indigenous Writing



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KWB309       Popular Fictions, Popular Culture                KMB007        Introductory Ensemble
                                                              KMB105        Music and Sound Technology
Dance
                                                              KMB107        Sound, Image, Text
KDB106       Dance Analysis
                                                              KMB108        Sound Recording and Acoustics
KDB109       Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
KDB204       Australian Dance                                 Performance Studies
                                                              KTB104        Performance Innovation
Faculty
                                                              KTB106        Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
KKB102       Creative Industries: Making Connections
                                                              KTB207        Staging Australia
KKB004       Indigenous Creative Industries
                                                              KTB211        Creative Industries Events and Festivals
Fashion
                                                              Transition to New Professional Environments*
KFB106       Unspeakable Beauty: A History of Fashion and
             Style                                            KKB341        Workplace Learning 1
KFB205       Fashion and Style Journalism                     KKB342        Workplace Learning 2
KFB207       Contemporary Fashion                             KKB343        Service Learning 1
KFB208       Fashion Portfolio                                KKB344        Service Learning 2
                                                              KKB345        Creative Industries Project 1
Film & Television
                                                              KKB346        Creative Industries Project 2
KPB103       Film Genres
                                                              KKB348        Becoming A Researcher: Contexts, Protocols
KPB104       Film and Television Production Resource                        and Impact
             Management
                                                              KKB350        Creative Industries International Study Tour
KPB107       Television's Greatest Hits
KPB205       Documentary Theory and Practice                  NOTES:
KPB206       International Cinema                                           * Only one Workplace Learning unit may be
                                                                            completed
KPB207       Film and Television Scriptwriting
                                                                            * KKB290, KKB357, KKB320, KKB330,
                                                                            KKB340-1 and KKB340-2 are only available to
Interactive and Visual Design                                               students enrolled in Creative Industries
KIB102       Visual Interactions                                            courses.
KIB103       Introduction to Web Design and Development
                                                              Visual Arts
KIB104       Digital Media
                                                              KVB103        Australian Art
KIB108       Animation History and Practices
                                                              KVB104        Photomedia and Artistic Practice
KIB202       Enabling Immersion
                                                              KVB106        Drawing for Animation
Journalism                                                    KVB108        Contemporary Asian Visual Culture
KJB101       Digital Journalism                               KVB111        3D Media and Processes
KJB120       Newswriting                                      KVB211        Post 1945 Art
KJB121       Journalistic Inquiry                             KVB306        Video Art and Culture
KJB224       Feature Writing                                  KVB307        Theories of Spatial Culture
KJB280       International Journalism
                                                              Potential Careers:
KJB337       Public Affairs Reporting
                                                              Art Project Manager, Artist, Arts Administrator, Curator,
                                                              Educator, Higher Education Worker, Secondary School
Media & Communication
                                                              Teacher, Teacher, Visual Artist, Visual Arts Teacher.
KCB101       Communication in the New Economy
KCB103       Strategic Speech Communication
KCB104       Media and Communications Industries
KCB105       Media and Communication Research Methods
KCB202       New Media 2: Applications and Implications
KCB203       Consumer Cultures

Music & Sound
KMB002       Music and Spirituality




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                                                                If you do not apply for a Blue Card. immediately upon
Bachelor of Music/Graduate Diploma in                           enrolment in the course and allow sufficient time for the
Education (Senior Years) (KM32/ED38)                            police check and issuing of the Card, you will be unable to
Year offered: 2009                                              participate in the required activities and may need to be
Admissions: Yes                                                 withdrawn from the unit(s) and incur both financial and
Course duration (full-time): 4 years (3 years B Music + 1       academic penalty. It may take up to 12 weeks for the
year GDipEd)                                                    Commission to issue the Card. The application form is
Domestic fees (indicative): 2009: CSP $2,593 (indicative)       available at bluecard.qut.com.
per semester
Domestic Entry: February                                        Career Opportunities
QTAC code: 429182                                               This four-year dual degree qualifies graduates for
Past rank cut-off: Admission to course is based on              registration as secondary teachers in Queensland and for
audition, interview and previous academic achievement.          employment in education and related Creative Industries
Please refer to Additional Entry Requirements.                  fields.
Past OP cut-off: Admission to course is based on audition,
interview and previous academic achievement. Please refer       Course Design
to Additional Entry Requirements.
                                                                This dual degree is structured to enable you to spend your
Assumed knowledge: English (4, SA)
                                                                first three years immersed in Music and then, once
Preparatory studies: ENGLISH: Successful completion of
                                                                completed, proceed seamlessly into 12 months of
a year of full-time vocational or tertiary study. For further
                                                                specialised teacher training in your fourth year.
information contact 07 3138 2000 or email study@qut.com
Total credit points: 288+96
                                                                You will sample life as an educator prior to commencing the
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48
                                                                fourth year with foundation units in education studies which
Course coordinator: Head, Undergraduate Studies
                                                                will include practical school-based field experience.
(cifug@qut.edu.au)
Discipline coordinator: Mr Brad Millard
                                                                You will also have the opportunity to choose minor studies
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                in one other discipline during your first three years which will
                                                                give you the advantage of being able to undertake study in
Overview
                                                                a second teaching area and increase your teaching options.
The Creative Industries Faculty has an enviable reputation      There are a large number of available second teaching
as a leading provider in Queensland of outstanding teacher      areas which include dance, drama, English, languages,
practitioners in the visual and performing arts.                mathematics, visual arts, business, social sciences and
                                                                science education.
In partnership with the Faculty of Education, the Faculty
offers four-year degree programs in Dance, Drama, Music         Why choose this course?
or Visual Arts that qualify graduates for registration as
                                                                The Creative Industries Faculty and its partner the Faculty
teachers and for employment in allied areas.
                                                                of Education have an enviable reputation, developed over
                                                                almost 50 years, as the leading provider in Queensland of
OP Guarantee
                                                                outstanding teacher practitioners in the visual and
The OP Guarantee does not apply to this course.                 performing arts. This course, introduced for the first time in
                                                                2008, combines in-depth training in creative industries and
Additional Entry Requirements                                   education.
Applicants are selected on the basis of their audition and
previous academic achievement. The due date to register         Professional Recognition
for an audition and lodge additional materials to QUT is the    Graduates are eligible for registration as teachers in
28th August 2009 Late registrations and submissions will        Queensland. Graduates looking for teaching employment in
not be accepted.                                                other parts of Australia and overseas may be required to
                                                                meet additional conditions.
Working With Children Check
Working With Children Check - As required by the                Deferment
Commission for Children and Young People and Child              QUTâs deferment policy does not apply to this course.
Guardian Act (2000), student teachers must undergo a
criminal history check and be issued with a Suitability Card    Domestic student tuition fee (Dfee) places
(Blue Card) by the Commission.
                                                                Undergraduate domestic full fee places (Dfee) are not
                                                                available in this course. Tuition fees are only applicable to
As soon as you enter your enrolment program for the
                                                                currently enrolled students who were unable to comply
course, you must submit your Blue Card application to the
                                                                regulations regarding their original Commonwealth
QUT Student Centre immediately. You must hold a Blue
                                                                Supported place (ie failure to lodge an eCAF, has
Card. to undertake activities in any unit which involves
                                                                consumed of other their Student Learning Entitlement etc)
contact with children, including the required field studies
                                                                and who have been invited and accepted to continue as a
blocks.
                                                                fee-paying student.




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                                                                          Elective
Performance Course Structure                                  SELECT:     Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective
                                                              SELECT:     Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective
Year 1, Semester 1
KKB101     Creative Industries: People and Practices          Year 4, Semester 1 and Semester 2
KMB105     Music and Sound Technology                                     Students who were accepted into the four year
KMB120     Music Performance 1                                            program (QTAC code: 429182) will
                                                                          automatically be transferred to their fourth year
KMB130     Core Musicianship 1                                            of study in ED38 Graduate Diploma of
                                                                          Education (Senior Years) upon successful
Year 1, Semester 2                                                        completion of their first three years of study.
                                                                          Please refer to the ED38 Course Summary
KKB102     Creative Industries: Making Connections                        Sheet for enrolment information.
KMB108     Sound Recording and Acoustics
                                                              Performance Pathway
KMB121     Music Performance 2
KMB131     Core Musicianship 2                                Year 3, Semester 1
                                                              KMB314-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study B
Year 2, Semester 1
                                                                          Choose KMB201 (recommended) or an
KMB206     Jazz and Popular Musicianship                                  elective:
           OR                                                 KMB201      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1
KMB207     Cross Cultural Musicianship                                    Elective
KMB214-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study A
                                                              Year 3, Semester 2
           Elective
                                                              KMB301      The Music Industry
           Elective
                                                              KMB314-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study B
Year 2, Semester 2                                                        Choose either SPB012 or an elective:
EDB036     Introduction to Education                          SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management
KMB205     Sound Media Musicianship                                       Elective
           OR
                                                              Year 4, Semester 1 and Semester 2
KMB208     Contemporary Art Music Musicianship
                                                                          Students who were accepted into the four year
KMB214-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study A                               program (QTAC code: 429182) will
           Elective                                                       automatically be transferred to their fourth year
                                                                          of study in ED38 Graduate Diploma of
                                                                          Education (Senior Years) upon successful
Year 2, SUM-2 Semester (Jan - Feb)                                        completion of their first three years of study.
EDB037     Introduction to Educational Sites                              Please refer to the ED38 Course Summary
                                                                          Sheet for enrolment information.
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
                                                              Production Course Structure
           You have two pathways to choose from in Year
           3 of your program: the Second Teaching Area
           pathway or the Performance Pathway.                Year 1, Semester 1
                                                              KKB101      Creative Industries: People and Practices
Second Teaching Area Pathway                                  KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
Year 3, Semester 1                                            KMB110      Music Production 1
           Choose KMB201 (recommended) or an                  KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
           elective:
                                                              Year 1, Semester 2
KMB201     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              KKB102      Creative Industries: Making Connections
           Elective
                                                              KMB106      Music and Sound for Multimedia
SELECT:    Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective
                                                              KMB111      Music Production 2
SELECT:    Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective
                                                              KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
Year 3, Semester 2
                                                              Year 2, Semester 1
KMB301     null
                                                              KMB206      Jazz and Popular Musicianship
           Choose either SPB012 or an elective:
                                                                          OR
SPB012     Classroom and Behaviour Management




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KMB207     Cross Cultural Musicianship                                     Elective
KMB214-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study A
                                                               Year 3, Semester 2
           Elective
                                                               KMB301      The Music Industry
           Elective
                                                               KMB314-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study B
Year 2, Semester 2                                                         Choose either SPB012 or an elective:
EDB036     Introduction to Education                           SPB012      Classroom and Behaviour Management
KMB205     Sound Media Musicianship                                        Elective
           OR
                                                               Year 4, Semester 1 and Semester 2
KMB208     Contemporary Art Music Musicianship
                                                                           Students who were accepted into the four year
KMB214-2 Music and Sound: Principal Study A                                program (QTAC code: 429182) will
           Elective                                                        automatically be transferred to their fourth year
                                                                           of study in ED38 Graduate Diploma of
                                                                           Education (Senior Years) upon successful
Year 2, SUM-2 Semester (Jan - Feb)                                         completion of their first three years of study.
EDB037     Introduction to Educational Sites                               Please refer to the ED38 Course Summary
                                                                           Sheet for enrolment information.
IMPORTANT NOTICE:                                              Second Teaching Area Units
           You have two pathways to choose from in Year
           3 of your program: the Second Teaching Area         Dance (48 credit points)
           pathway or the Production Pathway.
                                                                           Please note: An audition is required in
Second Teaching Area Pathway                                               orientation week. Please contact
                                                                           dance@qut.edu.au for further information.
Year 3, Semester 1                                             KDB103      Dance Technique Studies 1
           Choose KMB201 (recommended) or an                   KDB104      Dance Technique Studies 2
           elective:                                           KDB107      Choreographic Studies 1
KMB201     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1              KDB108      World Dance
           Elective                                            KDB109      Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
SELECT:    Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective
SELECT:    Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective               Drama (48 credit points)
                                                               KTB101      20th Century Performance
Year 3, Semester 2                                             KTB102      Process Drama
KMB301     null                                                KTB103      Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
           Choose either SPB012 or an elective:                KTB106      Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
SPB012     Classroom and Behaviour Management                  KTB207      Staging Australia
           Elective                                            KTB209      Applied Performance
SELECT:    Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective
SELECT:    Second Teaching Area unit OR Elective               English (48 credit points)
                                                                           Required Unit
Year 4, Semester 1 and Semester 2                              CLB320      Studies In Language
           Students who were accepted into the four year                   Up to 12 credit points from Introductory Level
           program (QTAC code: 429182) will                                Units:
           automatically be transferred to their fourth year
           of study in ED38 Graduate Diploma of                KCB102      Media and Society: From Printing Press to
           Education (Senior Years) upon successful                        Internet
           completion of their first three years of study.
           Please refer to the ED38 Course Summary             KWB108      Introduction To Literary Studies
           Sheet for enrolment information.                                No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
                                                                           Level Units
Production Pathway                                             CLB321      Writing Workshop

Year 3, Semester 1                                             CLB322      Literature In Secondary Teaching

KMB314-1 Music and Sound: Principal Study B                    CLB323      Teaching Adolescent Literature

           Choose KMB201 (recommended) or an                   KWB109      Writing Australia
           elective:                                           KWB206      Youth and Children's Writing
KMB201     Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1              KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the




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            19th Century                                       HHB253      Conspiracy And Dissent In Australian History
KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the        HHB257      The Classical World
            20th Century)
                                                               HHB258      Foundations of Modern Europe
KWB309      Popular Fictions, Popular Culture
                                                               HHB260      Nations And Nationalism In Modern Europe
KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
                                                               HHB261      Medieval Europe
Film and Media (48 credit points)                              HHB109      Australian Historical Studies
            Required Units                                     HHB239      Korean Culture And Societies
KPB101      Foundations of Film and Television Production
                                                               Languages other than English
KPB108      Media Text Analysis
                                                                           Indonesian
            No less than 24 credit points from:
                                                               HHB073      Indonesian 3
KPB102      Film History
                                                               HHB074      Indonesian 4
KPB103      Film Genres
                                                               HHB075      Indonesian 5
KPB104      Film and Television Production Resource
            Management                                         HHB076      Indonesian 6
KPB105      Narrative Production                                           Japanese
KPB106      Australian Television                              HHB083      Japanese 3
KPB203      Australian Film                                    HHB084      Japanese 4
KPB205      Documentary Theory and Practice                    HHB085      Japanese 5
                                                               HHB086      Japanese 6
Geography (48 credit points)
                                                                           French
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
                                                               HHB063      French 3
HHB127      Environment And Society
                                                               HHB064      French 4
HHB107      World Regions
                                                               HHB065      French 5
HHB251      Australian Resource Management
                                                               HHB066      French 6
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced
            Units                                                          German
HHB250      Australian Geographical Studies                    HHB093      German 3
HHB228      Environmental Hazards                              HHB094      German 4
HHB229      Windows On Japan                                   HHB095      German 5
HHB269      Ethics, Technology And The Environment             HHB096      German 6
HHB244      Southeast Asia In Focus                            Music (48 credit points)
History (48 credit points)                                                 Please note: An audition is required in
                                                                           orientation week. Please contact
            null                                                           music@qut.edu.au for further information.
            Note: Students should seek to select units from    KMB105      Music and Sound Technology
            each of areas of Australian, Asian, European
            and the Ancient World. Students should check       KMB130      Core Musicianship 1
            with QUT Carseldine Faculty on availability of     KMB131      Core Musicianship 2
            units.
                                                                           Select either KMB002 or KMB003
            Up to 24 credit points from Introductory Units
                                                               KMB002      Music and Spirituality
HHB121      Interpreting The Past
                                                               KMB003      Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
HHB122      Colonialism And Independence In Asia Pacific
            No less than 24 credit points from Advanced        Visual Arts (48 credit points)
            Units
                                                                           Please note: A folio is required in orientation
HHB238      Asian Cultures And Societies                                   week. Please contact artdesign@qut.edu.au
                                                                           for further information.
HHB245      Australia And The South Pacific
                                                               KVB104      Photomedia and Artistic Practice
HHB315      Sex And Drugs In South-East Asia
                                                               KVB110      2D Media and Processes
HHB248      The USA and The Asia Pacific Region
                                                               KVB111      3D Media and Processes
HHB259      War And Revolution In Europe 1914-1945
                                                                           Select either KVB102 or KVB211
HHB246      Modern China
                                                               KVB102      Modernism
HHB237      Brisbane in the Twentieth Century




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KVB211       Post 1945 Art                                    CLP403      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                          (Business Communication and Technology)
Performance Elective List                                     CLP404      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2
                                                                          (Accounting and Business Management)
Semester 1                                                    CLP406      Legal Studies Education Curriculum Studies
KMB003       Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll                          CLP409      English Education Curriculum Studies 2
KMB004       World Music                                      CLP412      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 2
KMB005-1 Group Music                                          CLP415      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
KMB209       Conducting                                                   (Geography)
                                                              CLP416      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2
Semester 2                                                                (History)
KMB002       Music and Spirituality                           CLP417      Social Education Curriculum Studies 2 (Senior
                                                                          Social Science)
KMB005-2 Group Music
                                                              MDP455      Business Education Curriculum Studies 2 (ICT)
KMB106       Music and Sound for Multimedia
                                                              MDP457      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 2
KMB107       Sound, Image, Text
                                                              MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
KMB113       Multi-Instrumental Music A
                                                              MDP460      Science Education Curriculum Studies 2
KMB212       Arranging
                                                              MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
KMB213       Multi-Instrumental Music B
                                                              MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2
Course structure - Senior Years                               MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              CLP423      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
Year 1, Semester 1                                                        2
EDP415       Engaging Diverse Learners                        MDP462      Biology Curriculum Studies 2
EDP441       Senior Years Field Studies 1: Engaging           MDP463      Chemistry Curriculum Studies 2
             Diverse Learners
                                                              MDP464      Earth Science Curriculum Studies 2
             Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              MDP465      Physics Curriculum Studies 2
             Curriculum Studies Elective
                                                              KTP202      Drama Curriculum Studies 2
             Designated Unit: EDP441
                                                              KDP202      Dance Curriculum Studies 2
Year 1, Semester 2                                            KMP202      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 2
EDP416       The Professional Practice of Educators           KVP302      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 2
EDP442       Senior Years Field Studies 2: The Professional
             Practice of Educators                            Curriculum Studies 3
             Curriculum Studies 2                             CLP407      Business Education Curriculum Studies 3
             Curriculum Studies 3                             CLP410      English Education Curriculum Studies 3
             Designated Unit: EDP442                          CLP413      Languages Education Curriculum Studies 3
                                                              CLP418      Social Education Curriculum Studies 3
Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              MDP458      Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 3
CLP402       Business Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              CLP424      Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
CLP408       English Education Curriculum Studies 1                       3
CLP411       Languages Education Curriculum Studies 1         MDP461      Science Education Curriculum Studies 3
CLP414       Social Education Curriculum Studies 1            KTP203      Drama Curriculum Studies 3
KDP201       Dance Curriculum Studies 1                       KDP203      Dance Curriculum Studies 3
KMP201       Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 1           KMP203      Music (Secondary) Curriculum Studies 3
KTP201       Drama Curriculum Studies 1                       KVP303      Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 3
KVP301       Visual Arts Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              Curriculum Electives
MDP456       Mathematics Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              CLP419      Social Education Curriculum - Senior History
MDP459       Science Education Curriculum Studies 1
                                                              CLP400      Middle Years: Multiliteracies
CLP422       Film and Media Education Curriculum Studies
             1                                                CLP401      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Arts and SOSE
                                                              MDP452      Middle Years: Mathematical Understandings
Curriculum Studies 2
                                                              MDP453      Middle Years: Transdisciplinary Science and




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            Technology                                          Film & Television
SPP400      Classroom and Behaviour Management                  KPB102       Film History
SPP401      Classroom Assessment Practices                      KPB106       Australian Television
Creative Industries Faculty Undergraduate Open                  KPB202       Film and Television Business Skills:
Electives                                                                    Entrepreneurship and Investment
                                                                KPB203       Australian Film
Creative Industries Faculty Undergraduate Open Electives        KPB303       Critical Thinking About Television
            These unit offerings are current at the time of
            publication but are subject to change.              Interactive and Visual Design
            Rules for selecting electives:                      KIB101       Visual Communication
            * you must obey any elective rules as set out in    KIB105       Animation and Motion Graphics
            your course requirements
                                                                KIB201       Concept Development for Game Design and
            * you cannot select a unit that forms part of the                Interactive Media
            compulsory units of your course or the
            compulsory units of your chosen sub-major           Journalism
            area.
                                                                KJB101       Digital Journalism
            * you must have successfully completed any
            pre/co-requisite units applicable                   KJB120       Newswriting
            * the offering of elective units is subject to      KJB121       Journalistic Inquiry
            sufficient student enrolment numbers and staff
            availability                                        KJB224       Feature Writing

            * some units are subject to quota restrictions      KJB239       Journalism Ethics and Issues

            * KK33, KK34, KJ32, KM32, IX07 and IX16             Media & Communication
            students ONLY are permitted to select
            electives from outside the Faculty of Creative      KCB101       Communication in the New Economy
            Industries
                                                                KCB102       Media and Society: From Printing Press to
                                                                             Internet
Semester 1 Units
                                                                KCB103       Strategic Speech Communication
Creative Writing & Cultural Studies                             KCB201       New Media 1: Information and Knowledge
KPB207      Film and Television Scriptwriting                   KCB302       Political Communication
KWB101      Introduction to Creative Writing
                                                                Music & Sound
KWB102      Media Writing
                                                                KMB003       Sex Drugs Rock 'n' roll
KWB103      Persuasive Writing
                                                                KMB004       World Music
KWB104      Creative Writing: The Short Story
                                                                KMB104       Music and Sound Skills
KWB107      Creative Non-Fiction
                                                                KMB105       Music and Sound Technology
KWB207      Great Books: Creative Writing Classics
                                                                KMB108       Sound Recording and Acoustics
KWB208      Modern Times (Literature and Culture in the
            20th Century)
                                                                Performance Studies
KWB209      Shakespeare, Then and Now
                                                                KSB215       Visual Theatre Design
KWB308      Wonderlands: Literature and Culture in the
            19th Century                                        KTB101       20th Century Performance
                                                                KTB103       Performing Skills 1: Character and Scene
Dance                                                           KTB204       Understanding Performance
KDB105      Architecture of the Body                            KTB210       Creative Industries Management
KDB108      World Dance                                         KTB211       Creative Industries Events and Festivals
KDB110      Deconstructing Dance in History
                                                                Transition to New Professional Environments*
Fashion                                                         KKB341       Workplace Learning 1
KFB103      Introduction to Fashion                             KKB342       Workplace Learning 2
KFB107      Drawing For Fashion                                 KKB343       Service Learning 1
KFB206      Fashion and Modernity                               KKB344       Service Learning 2
KFB208      Fashion Portfolio                                   KKB345       Creative Industries Project 1
KFB209      Ragtrade: Wholesaling Fashion                       KKB346       Creative Industries Project 2




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KKB347        Introductory Research 1                         KIB103       Introduction to Web Design and Development
                                                              KIB104       Digital Media
Visual Arts
                                                              KIB108       Animation History and Practices
KVB102        Modernism
                                                              KIB202       Enabling Immersion
KVB104        Photomedia and Artistic Practice
KVB105        Drawing for Design                              Journalism
KVB110        2D Media and Processes                          KJB101       Digital Journalism
KVB212        Australian Art, Architecture and Design         KJB120       Newswriting
KVB213        Graphic Investigation                           KJB121       Journalistic Inquiry
KVB304        Contemporary Art Issues                         KJB224       Feature Writing
                                                              KJB280       International Journalism
Semester 2 Units
                                                              KJB337       Public Affairs Reporting
Creative Writing & Cultural Studies
                                                              Media & Communication
KPB207        Film and Television Scriptwriting
                                                              KCB101       Communication in the New Economy
KWB102        Media Writing
                                                              KCB103       Strategic Speech Communication
KWB104        Creative Writing: The Short Story
                                                              KCB104       Media and Communications Industries
KWB106        Corporate Writing and Editing
                                                              KCB105       Media and Communication Research Methods
KWB108        Introduction To Literary Studies
                                                              KCB202       New Media 2: Applications and Implications
KWB109        Writing Australia
                                                              KCB203       Consumer Cultures
KWB206        Youth and Children's Writing
KWB209        Shakespeare, Then and Now                       Music & Sound
KWB307        Indigenous Writing                              KMB002       Music and Spirituality
KWB309        Popular Fictions, Popular Culture               KMB007       Introductory Ensemble
                                                              KMB105       Music and Sound Technology
Dance
                                                              KMB107       Sound, Image, Text
KDB106        Dance Analysis
                                                              KMB108       Sound Recording and Acoustics
KDB109        Funk, Tap and all that Jazz
KDB204        Australian Dance                                Performance Studies
                                                              KTB104       Performance Innovation
Faculty
                                                              KTB106       Performing Skills 2: Style and Form
KKB102        Creative Industries: Making Connections
                                                              KTB207       Staging Australia
KKB004        Indigenous Creative Industries
                                                              KTB211       Creative Industries Events and Festivals
Fashion
                                                              Transition to New Professional Environments*
KFB106        Unspeakable Beauty: A History of Fashion and
              Style                                           KKB341       Workplace Learning 1
KFB205        Fashion and Style Journalism                    KKB342       Workplace Learning 2
KFB207        Contemporary Fashion                            KKB343       Service Learning 1
KFB208        Fashion Portfolio                               KKB344       Service Learning 2
                                                              KKB345       Creative Industries Project 1
Film & Television
                                                              KKB346       Creative Industries Project 2
KPB103        Film Genres
                                                              KKB348       Becoming A Researcher: Contexts, Protocols
KPB104        Film and Television Production Resource                      and Impact
              Management
                                                              KKB350       Creative Industries International Study Tour
KPB107        Television's Greatest Hits
KPB205        Documentary Theory and Practice                 NOTES:
KPB206        International Cinema                                         * Only one Workplace Learning unit may be
                                                                           completed
KPB207        Film and Television Scriptwriting
                                                                           * KKB290, KKB357, KKB320, KKB330,
                                                                           KKB340-1 and KKB340-2 are only available to
Interactive and Visual Design                                              students enrolled in Creative Industries
KIB102        Visual Interactions                                          courses.




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Accelerated Foundation (QC01)                                    Students who do not meet requirements for a guaranteed
Year offered: 2009
                                                                 place in either a QUT degree or University Diploma
Admissions: Yes
                                                                 Program, may still be considered for entry by the relevant
CRICOS code: 065046D
                                                                 faculty.
Course duration (full-time): 1 semester
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $7,210 per
                                                                 Required Foundation Grade Point Average by Faculty
semester (subject to annual review)
International Entry: February, June and October                  Built Environment - Required GPA 4.6
Total credit points: 60                                          Business - Required GPA 4.8
Course coordinator: Scott Leisemann                              Creative Industries - Required GPA 4.4
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                             Education - Required GPA 4.6
                                                                 Engineering - Required GPA 4.6
Entry Requirements- Academic                                     Health - Human Services - Required GPA 4.2
                                                                 Health (except Nutrition & Dietetics, Optometry, Psychology,
Successful completion of senior high school with the
                                                                 Podiatry & Human Services) - Required GPA 4.6
required grades.
                                                                 Health - Nutrition & Dietetics - Required GPA 5.8
Students who have attempted further schooling studies, eg
                                                                 Health - Optometry - Required GPA 5.8
GCE A-levels or equivalent may be considered for entry.
                                                                 Health - Podiatry - Required GPA 5.8
Applications will be reviewed individually and applicants will
                                                                 Health - Psychology - Required GPA 5.0
need to meet subject prerequisites. Students can find more
                                                                 Law (except Justice Studies) - Required GPA 4.8
country specific entry requirements at the following web site.
                                                                 Law - Justice Studies - Required GPA 4.2
http://www.international.qut.edu.au/apply/howtoapply/entryr
                                                                 Science & Technology (except IT, Pharmacy & Medical
eqs/academic.jsp
                                                                 Imaging Technology) - Required GPA 4.6
                                                                 Science & Technology - Information Technology - Required
Entry Requirements - English Language
                                                                 GPA 4.8
IELTS 6.0 with no sub-score less than 5.0 or TOEFL iBT           Science & Technology - Pharmacy & Medical Imaging
Overall score of 80 (at least 18 in all bands) or TOEFL 550      Technology - Required GPA 5.8
(paper) or TOEFL 213 (CBT) or equivalent, or successful
completion of the EAP program. (N.B. Students should also        N.B. Grades in each unit are awarded on a scale from 1 to
check visa requirements).                                        7, with 7 being the highest.

Description                                                      QC01 - Foundation Program (Full Time course
The Foundation Program, which has intakes in February,           structure)
June and October, provides pathways to QUT award
programs (Diploma or Degree). Graduates enjoy a high             Semester One
placement rate in undergraduate courses at QUT and other
                                                                 QCF211      Tertiary Preparation Studies 2
Australian universities. Successful completion guarantees a
place in the first year of the relevant program in all QUT       QCF212      Academic English 2
faculties. Small classes and dedicated staff provide an          QCF256      Mathematics A2
excellent learning environment while additional support is
                                                                             OR
provided by Language and Welfare Advisers. Some
students may need intensive English language preparation         QCF257      Mathematics B2
at the College's English Language Programs prior to                          OR
entering a Foundation Program.
                                                                 QCF260      Professional Studies
Course completion                                                            + TWO ELECTIVES from the following list
Students are required to gain at least a grade of 4 (Pass) in    QCF122      Organisations And Management
foall units.                                                     QCF160      Introduction to Creativity
                                                                 QCF220      Accounting 2
Progression
Conditions of progressing to a guaranteed place in first year    QCF221      Economics 2
of a QUT degree :                                                QCF254      Physics
                                                                 QCF255      Chemistry
i) fulfil the Foundation course requirements,
ii) gain a grade of at least 5 (Credit) in Academic English 2    QCF230      Information Processing
(QCF212) [Built Environment and Engineering students             QCF252      Life Science
require a grade of 4 (Pass) and SC45 Bachelor of                 QCF270      International Perspectives
Pharmacy and PH38 Bachelor of Applied Science â Medical
Radiation Technology (Medical Imaging Technology)                            null
students require a grade of 6 (Distinction)], and                            Note: In some semesters some elective units
iii) achieve the relevant faculty Grade Point Average (GPA) -                may not be offered if there is insufficient
this is calculated on final semester Level 2 units only.                     demand.




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Potential Careers:                                              Federal), Police Officer (State), Policy Officer, Population
                                                                Ecologist, Preschool Teacher, Primary School Teacher,
Academic, Account Executive, Accountant, Actor, Actuary,
                                                                Programmer, Project Developer, Project Manager, Property
Administrator, Adult/Workplace Educator, Advertising
                                                                Economist, Psychologist, Public Health Officer, Public
Professional, Aerospace Avionics Engineer, Aged Services
                                                                Relations Officer/Consultant, Public Servant, Publishing
Worker, Analytical Chemist, Animator, Architect , Art Project
                                                                Professional, Quantitative Analyst, Quantity Surveyor,
Manager, Art Writer, Artist, Arts Administrator,
                                                                Radiation Therapist, Radiographer, Recording Engineer,
Astrophysicist, Band Leader, Banker, Banking and Finance
                                                                Rehabilitation Engineer, Rehabilitation Professionals, Risk
Professional, Barrister, Biochemist, Bioengineer,
                                                                Manager, School Counsellor, Secondary School Teacher,
Bioinformatician, Biologist, Biomechanical Engineer,
                                                                Social Scientist, Sociologist, Software Engineer, Solicitor,
Biomedical Engineer, Biotechnologist, Business Analyst,
                                                                Song Writer, Sonographer, Sound and Music Producer,
Certified Practicing Accountant, Chemical Technologist,
                                                                Sound Designer, Sound/Audio Engineer, Sports Scientist,
Chemist, Chemist Industrial, Child Care Professional, Child
                                                                Stage Manager, Statistician, Stockbroker, Surveyor,
Protection Officer, Choreographer, Civil Engineer, Clinical
                                                                Systems Analyst, Systems Manager, Systems Programmer,
Laboratory Scientist, Coastal Scientist, Community
                                                                Systems Trainer, TAFE Teacher, Teacher, Technical
Corrections Officer, Community Education Officer,
                                                                Officer, TESOL Teacher, Theatre Professionals, Trainer,
Community Health Officer, Community Worker, Composer,
                                                                Translator, Urban and Regional Planner, Urban Designer,
Computer Games Developer, Computer
                                                                Virologist, Visual Artist, Visual Arts Teacher, Web Designer,
Salesperson/Marketer, Computer Systems Engineer,
                                                                Youth Worker.
Conductor, Conservation Biologist, Construction Manager,
Contract Administrator, Corporate Secretary, Corrective
Services Officer, Counsellor, Creative Writer, Crown Law
Officer, Curator, Customs Officer, D.J, Dance Teacher,
Dancer, Data Communications Specialist, Database
Manager, Digital Composer, Diplomat, Disability Services
Worker, Drama Teacher, Early Childhood Teacher,
Ecologist, Economist, Educator, Electrical and Computer
Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Electronic Commerce
Developer, Engineering Technologist, English Teacher,
Environmental Engineer, Environmental Health Officer,
Environmental Scientist, Estimator, Exchange Student,
Exercise Physiologist, Facilities Manager, Family Services
Officer, Fashion Designer, Fashion Professional, Film
Composer, Film/Television Producer, Financial
Advisor/Analyst, Financial Project Manager, Fitness
Assessor/Personal Trainer, Forensic Scientist, Funds
Manager, Geologist, Geophysicist, Geoscientist,
Government Officer, Guidance Officer, Health Information
Manager, Health Physicist, Health Services Manager,
Higher Education Worker, Home Economist, Human
Resource Developer, Human Resource Manager, Human
Services Practitioner, Hydrogeologist, Immunologist, In-
House Lawyer, Industrial Chemist, Industrial Designer,
Information Officer, Information Security Specialist,
Instrument Maker, Interior Designer, International Business
Specialist, Internet Professional, Investigator, Investment
Manager, Journalist, Kindergarten Teacher, Laboratory
Technician (Chemistry), Landscape Architect, Librarian,
Manager,            Manufacturer,              Mapping
Scientist/Photogrammetrist, Marine Scientist, Marketing
Officer/Manager, Mastering Engineer, Mathematician,
Mechanical Engineer, Media Industry Specialist, Medical
Biotechnologist, Medical Engineer, Medical Equipment
Sales, Medical Imaging Technologist, Medical Physicist,
Medical Scientist, Microbiologist, Molecular Biologist,
Multimedia Designer, Music Agent/Manager, Music
Publisher, Music Sampler, Music Teacher, Music
Technologist, Musical Director, Musician, Natural Resource
Scientist, Network Administrator, Network Manager, Nurse,
Nutritionist/Dietitian, Occupational Health and Safety
Officer, Optometrist, Organisational Communication
Specialist, Pathology Scientist, Physicist, Plant
Biotechnologist, Podiatrist, Police Officer (Australian




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                                                               Health - Nutrition & Dietetics - Required GPA 5.8
Standard Foundation (QC02)                                     Health - Optometry - Required GPA 5.8
Year offered: 2009
                                                               Health - Podiatry - Required GPA 5.8
Admissions: Yes
                                                               Health - Psychology - Required GPA 5.0
CRICOS code: 065045E
                                                               Law (except Justice Studies) - Required GPA 4.8
Course duration (full-time): 2 semesters
                                                               Law - Justice Studies - Required GPA 4.2
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $7,210 per
                                                               Science & Technology (except IT, Pharmacy & Medical
semester (subject to annual review)
                                                               Imaging Technology) - Required GPA 4.6
International Entry: February, June and October
                                                               Science & Technology - Information Technology - Required
Total credit points: 120
                                                               GPA 4.8
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 60
                                                               Science & Technology - Pharmacy & Medical Imaging
Course coordinator: Scott Leisemann
                                                               Technology - Required GPA 5.8
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                               N.B. Grades in each unit are awarded on a scale from 1 to
Entry Requirements-Academic
                                                               7, with 7 being the highest.
Successful completion of senior high school with the
required grades or successful completion of year 11 high       Progression
school with very good grades. Students can find country
                                                               Conditions of progressing to a guaranteed place in first year
specific entry requirements at the following web site.
                                                               of a QUT degree :
http://www.international.qut.edu.au/apply/howtoapply/entryr
eqs/academic.jsp
                                                               i) fulfil the Foundation course requirements,
                                                               ii) gain a grade of at least 5 (Credit) in Academic English 2
Entry Requirements - English Language
                                                               (QCF212) [Built Environment and Engineering students
IELTS 5.5 with no sub-score less than 5.0 or TOEFL iBT         require a grade of 4 (Pass) and SC45 Bachelor of
Overall score of 69 (at least 18 in writing and reading and    Pharmacy and PH38 Bachelor of Applied Science â Medical
17 or more in listening and speaking) or TOEFL 525 (paper)     Radiation Technology (Medical Imaging Technology)
or TOEFL 193 (CBT) or equivalent, or successful                students require a grade of 6 (Distinction)], and
completion of the EAP program. (N.B. Students should also      iii) achieve the relevant faculty Grade Point Average (GPA) -
check visa requirements).                                      this is calculated on final semester Level 2 units only.

Description                                                    Students who do not meet requirements for a guaranteed
The Foundation Program, which has intakes in February,         place in either a QUT degree or University Diploma
June and October, provides pathways to QUT award               Program, may still be considered for entry by the relevant
programs (Diploma or Degree). Graduates enjoy a high           faculty.
placement rate in undergraduate courses at QUT and other
Australian universities. Successful completion guarantees a    QC02 - Foundation Program
place in the first year of the relevant program in all QUT
faculties. Small classes and dedicated staff provide an        Semester One
excellent learning environment while additional support is
                                                               QCF111      Tertiary Preparation Studies 1
provided by Language and Welfare Advisers. Some
students may need intensive English language preparation       QCF112      Academic English 1
at the College's English Language Programs prior to            QCF156      Mathematics A1
entering a Foundation Program.
                                                                           OR
Students who achieve excellent results in the first semester   QCF157      Mathematics B1
may have the opportunity to study up to two University                     + TWO ELECTIVES from the following list
Diploma units in their final semester for possible credit
                                                               QCF115      Foundation English
towards their degree course.
                                                               QCF120      Accounting 1
Course Completion                                              QCF121      Economics 1
In order to complete course requirements, students must        QCF122      Organisations And Management
gain at least a grade of 4 (Pass) in all units.
                                                               QCF153      Physical Sciences 1
Required Foundation Grade Point Average by Faculty             QCF160      Introduction to Creativity
Built Environment - Required GPA 4.6                           QCF252      Life Science
Business - Required GPA 4.8                                                null
Creative Industries - Required GPA 4.4
Education - Required GPA 4.6                                               Note: There is no computing component in
                                                                           QCF115 for 13TP2 & 13TP3.
Engineering - Required GPA 4.6
Health - Human Services - Required GPA 4.2                                 Note: In some semesters some elective units
Health (except Nutrition & Dietetics, Optometry, Psychology,               may not be offered if there is insufficient
                                                                           demand.
Podiatry & Human Services) - Required GPA 4.6




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Semester Two                                                     English Teacher, Environmental Engineer, Environmental
                                                                 Health Officer, Environmental Scientist, Estimator,
QCF211      Tertiary Preparation Studies 2
                                                                 Exchange Student, Exercise Physiologist, Exploration
QCF212      Academic English 2                                   Geologist, Facilities Manager, Family Services Officer,
QCF256      Mathematics A2                                       Fashion Designer, Fashion Professional, Film Composer,
                                                                 Film/Television Producer, Financial Advisor/Analyst,
            OR
                                                                 Financial Project Manager, Fitness Assessor/Personal
QCF257      Mathematics B2                                       Trainer, Forensic Biologist, Forensic Chemist, Forensic
            OR                                                   Scientist, Funds Manager, Geologist, Geophysicist,
                                                                 Geoscientist, Government Officer, Guidance Officer, Health
QCF260      Professional Studies
                                                                 Information Manager, Health Physicist, Health Services
            +TWO ELECTIVES from the following list               Manager, Higher Education Worker, Home Economist,
QCF122      Organisations And Management                         Human Resource Developer, Human Resource Manager,
                                                                 Human Services Practitioner, Hydrogeologist, Immunologist,
QCF160      Introduction to Creativity
                                                                 In-House Lawyer, Industrial Chemist, Industrial Designer,
QCF220      Accounting 2                                         Information Officer, Information Security Specialist,
QCF221      Economics 2                                          Instrument Maker, Interior Designer, International Business
                                                                 Specialist, Internet Professional, Investigator, Investment
QCF254      Physics
                                                                 Manager, Journalist, Kindergarten Teacher, Laboratory
QCF255      Chemistry                                            Technician (Chemistry), Landscape Architect, Librarian,
QCF230      Information Processing                               Lighting Designer, Lighting Technician, Luminaire Designer,
                                                                 Manager,            Manufacturer,              Mapping
QCF252      Life Science
                                                                 Scientist/Photogrammetrist, Marine Scientist, Market
QCF270      International Perspectives                           Research Manager, Marketing Officer/Manager, Mastering
            null                                                 Engineer, Mathematician, Mechanical Engineer, Media
                                                                 Industry Specialist, Medical Biotechnologist, Medical
            Approved diploma units (Business, IT or
            Creative Industries students only). Diploma          Engineer, Medical Equipment Sales, Medical Imaging
            units can only be taken under special                Technologist, Medical Physicist, Medical Scientist,
            circumstances and with the approval of the           Microbiologist, Mine Geologist, Molecular Biologist,
            Course Coordinator.                                  Multimedia Designer, Music Agent/Manager, Music
            Note: In some semesters some elective units          Publisher, Music Sampler, Music Teacher, Music
            may not be offered if there is insufficient          Technologist, Musical Director, Musician, Natural Resource
            demand.                                              Scientist, Network Administrator, Network Manager, Nurse,
                                                                 Nutritionist/Dietitian, Occupational Health and Safety
Potential Careers:                                               Officer, Operations Manager, Optometrist, Organisational
Academic, Account Executive, Accountant, Actor, Actuary,         Communication Specialist, Pathology Scientist,
Administrator, Adult/Workplace Educator, Advertising             Pharmaceutical Research Scientist, Physicist, Plant
Professional, Aerospace Avionics Engineer, Aged Services         Biotechnologist, Podiatrist, Police Officer (Australian
Worker, Analytical Chemist, Animator, Architect , Art Project    Federal), Police Officer (State), Policy Officer, Population
Manager, Art Writer, Artist, Arts Administrator,                 Ecologist, Post-production specialist, Preschool Teacher,
Astrophysicist, Band Leader, Banker, Banking and Finance         Primary School Teacher, Programmer, Project Developer,
Professional, Barrister, Biochemist, Bioengineer,                Project Manager, Property Development, Property
Bioinformatician, Biologist, Biomechanical Engineer,             Economist, Property Management, Psychologist, Public
Biomedical Engineer, Biotechnologist, Biotechnologist,           Health Officer, Public Relations Officer/Consultant, Public
Business Analyst, Cell Biologist, Certified Practicing           Servant, Publishing Professional, Quantitative Analyst,
Accountant, Chemical Technologist, Chemist, Chemist              Quantity Surveyor, Radiation Therapist, Radiographer,
Industrial, Child Care Professional, Child Protection Officer,   Recording Engineer, Rehabilitation Engineer, Rehabilitation
Choreographer, Civil Engineer, Clinical Laboratory Scientist,    Professionals, Research and Development Chemist, Risk
Coastal Scientist, Community Corrections Officer,                Manager, Sales Person, School Counsellor, Secondary
Community Education Officer, Community Health Officer,           School Teacher, Social Scientist, Sociologist, Software
Community Worker, Composer, Computer Game                        Engineer, Solicitor, Song Writer, Sonographer, Sound and
Programmer, Computer Games Developer, Computer                   Music Producer, Sound Designer, Sound/Audio Engineer,
Salesperson/Marketer, Computer Systems Engineer,                 Sports Scientist, Stage Manager, Statistician, Stockbroker,
Conductor, Conservation Biologist, Construction Manager,         Surveyor, Systems Analyst, Systems Manager, Systems
Contract Administrator, Corporate Secretary, Corrective          Programmer, Systems Trainer, TAFE Teacher, Teacher,
Services Officer, Counsellor, Creative Writer, Crown Law         Technical Officer, TESOL Teacher, Theatre Lighting,
Officer, Curator, Customs Officer, D.J, Dance Teacher,           Theatre Professionals, Trainer, Translator, Urban and
Dancer, Data Communications Specialist, Database                 Regional Planner, Urban Designer, Virologist, Visual Artist,
Manager, Digital Composer, Diplomat, Disability Services         Visual Arts Teacher, Web Designer, Youth Worker.
Worker, Drama Teacher, Early Childhood Teacher,
Ecologist, Economist, Educator, Electrical and Computer
Engineer, Electrical Contractor, Electrical Engineer,
Electronic Commerce Developer, Engineering Technologist,



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                                                                students require a grade of 6 (Distinction)], and
Extended Foundation (QC04)                                      iii) achieve the relevant faculty Grade Point Average (GPA) -
Year offered: 2009
                                                                this is calculated on final semester Level 2 units only.
Admissions: Yes
CRICOS code: 050167G
                                                                Students who do not meet requirements for a guaranteed
Course duration (full-time): 3 Semesters
                                                                place in either a QUT degree or University Diploma
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $15,862 (full
                                                                Program, may still be considered for entry by the relevant
course fee) (subject to annual review)
                                                                faculty.
International Entry: February
Total credit points: 132
                                                                Required Foundation Grade Point Average by Faculty
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 13TP1 -
48CP, 13TP2 - 60CP, 13TP3 - 24CP                                Built Environment - Required GPA 4.6
Course coordinator: Scott Leisemann                             Business - Required GPA 4.8
Campus: Kelvin Grove                                            Creative Industries - Required GPA 4.4
                                                                Education - Required GPA 4.6
Entry Requirements - Academic                                   Engineering - Required GPA 4.6
                                                                Health - Human Services - Required GPA 4.2
Successful completion of senior high school with the
                                                                Health (except Nutrition & Dietetics, Optometry, Psychology,
required grades or successful completion of year 11 high
                                                                Podiatry & Human Services) - Required GPA 4.6
school with very good grades. Students can find country
                                                                Health - Nutrition & Dietetics - Required GPA 5.8
specific entry requirements at the following web site.
                                                                Health - Optometry - Required GPA 5.8
http://www.international.qut.edu.au/apply/howtoapply/entryr
                                                                Health - Podiatry - Required GPA 5.8
eqs/academic.jsp
                                                                Health - Psychology - Required GPA 5.0
                                                                Law (except Justice Studies) - Required GPA 4.8
Entry Requirements - English Language
                                                                Law - Justice Studies - Required GPA 4.2
IELTS 5.5 with no sub-score less than 5.0 or TOEFL iBT          Science & Technology (except IT, Pharmacy & Medical
Overall score of 69 (at least 18 in writing and reading and     Imaging Technology) - Required GPA 4.6
17 or more in listening and speaking) or TOEFL 525 (paper)      Science & Technology - Information Technology - Required
or TOEFL 193 (CBT) or equivalent, or successful                 GPA 4.8
completion of the EAP program. (N.B. Students should also       Science & Technology - Pharmacy & Medical Imaging
check visa requirements).                                       Technology - Required GPA 5.8

Description                                                     N.B. Grades in each unit are awarded on a scale from 1 to
The Extended Foundation Program (QC04), which has an            7, with 7 being the highest.
intake in February, provides pathways to QUT award
programs (Diploma or Degree). This pathway is designed          QC04 - Extended Foundation Program
for students who require additional support with language
and adjustment to the Australian educational environment.       Semester One
Successful completion guarantees a place in the first year of
                                                                QCF115      Foundation English
the relevant program in all QUT faculties. Small classes and
dedicated staff provide an excellent learning environment       QCF156      Mathematics A1
while additional support is provided by Language and                        OR
Welfare Advisers.
                                                                QCF157      Mathematics B1
Students who achieve excellent results in the first semester                + TWO ELECTIVES from the following list
may have the opportunity to study up to two University          QCF120      Accounting 1
Diploma units in their second semester for credit towards
                                                                QCF121      Economics 1
their degree course.
                                                                QCF153      Physical Sciences 1
Course Completion                                               QCF122      Organisations And Management
In order to complete the course requirements, students          QCF252      Life Science
must gain at least a grade of 4 (Pass) in all units.
                                                                            null
Progression                                                                 null
Conditions of progressing to a guaranteed place in first year               Note: There is no computing component in
of a QUT degree :                                                           QCF115 for 13TP2 & 13TP3.
                                                                            Note: In some semesters some elective units
i) fulfil the Foundation course requirements,                               may not be offered if there is insufficient
ii) gain a grade of at least 5 (Credit) in Academic English 2               demand.
(QCF212) [Built Environment and Engineering students
require a grade of 4 (Pass) and SC45 Bachelor of                Semester Two
Pharmacy and PH38 Bachelor of Applied Science â Medical         QCF111      Tertiary Preparation Studies 1
Radiation Technology (Medical Imaging Technology)
                                                                QCF112      Academic English 1



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QCF256      Mathematics A2                                       Worker, Drama Teacher, Early Childhood Teacher,
            OR                                                   Ecologist, Economist, Educator, Electrical and Computer
                                                                 Engineer, Electrical Contractor, Electrical Engineer,
QCF257      Mathematics B2                                       Electronic Commerce Developer, Engineering Technologist,
            OR                                                   English Teacher, Environmental Engineer, Environmental
QCF260      Professional Studies                                 Health Officer, Environmental Scientist, Estimator,
                                                                 Exchange Student, Exercise Physiologist, Exploration
            + TWO ELECTIVES from the following list              Geologist, Facilities Manager, Family Services Officer,
QCF122      Organisations And Management                         Fashion Designer, Fashion Professional, Film Composer,
QCF160      Introduction to Creativity                           Film/Television Producer, Financial Advisor/Analyst,
                                                                 Financial Project Manager, Fitness Assessor/Personal
QCF220      Accounting 2                                         Trainer, Forensic Biologist, Forensic Chemist, Forensic
QCF221      Economics 2                                          Scientist, Funds Manager, Geologist, Geophysicist,
QCF230      Information Processing                               Geoscientist, Government Officer, Guidance Officer, Health
                                                                 Information Manager, Health Physicist, Health Services
QCF254      Physics                                              Manager, Higher Education Worker, Home Economist,
QCF255      Chemistry                                            Human Resource Developer, Human Resource Manager,
QCF270      International Perspectives                           Human Services Practitioner, Hydrogeologist, Immunologist,
                                                                 In-House Lawyer, Industrial Chemist, Industrial Designer,
            Approved diploma units (Business, IT or              Information Officer, Information Security Specialist,
            Professional Communication students only).
            Diploma units can only be taken under special        Instrument Maker, Interior Designer, International Business
            circumstances and with the approval of the           Specialist, Internet Professional, Investigator, Investment
            Course Coordinator.                                  Manager, Journalist, Kindergarten Teacher, Laboratory
            Note: In some semesters some elective units          Technician (Chemistry), Landscape Architect, Librarian,
            may not be offered if there is insufficient          Manager,            Manufacturer,               Mapping
            demand.                                              Scientist/Photogrammetrist, Marine Scientist, Market
            null                                                 Research Manager, Marketing Officer/Manager, Mastering
                                                                 Engineer, Mathematician, Mechanical Engineer, Media
Semester Three (8 Week Teaching Period)                          Industry Specialist, Medical Biotechnologist, Medical
                                                                 Engineer, Medical Equipment Sales, Medical Imaging
QCF211      Tertiary Preparation Studies 2                       Technologist, Medical Physicist, Medical Scientist,
QCF212      Academic English 2                                   Microbiologist, Molecular Biologist, Multimedia Designer,
            Note: In this semester students focus on the         Music Agent/Manager, Music Publisher, Music Sampler,
            higher level tertiary preparation and                Music Teacher, Music Technologist, Musical Director,
            communication skills and attend 18 hours of          Musician, Natural Resource Scientist, Network
            study per week in their classes over a 8 week        Administrator, Network Manager, Nurse,
            teaching period.                                     Nutritionist/Dietitian, Occupational Health and Safety
                                                                 Officer, Optometrist, Organisational Communication
Potential Careers:                                               Specialist, Pathology Scientist, Pharmaceutical Research
Academic, Account Executive, Accountant, Actor, Actuary,         Scientist, Physicist, Plant Biotechnologist, Podiatrist, Police
Administrator, Adult/Workplace Educator, Advertising             Officer (Australian Federal), Police Officer (State), Policy
Professional, Aerospace Avionics Engineer, Aged Services         Officer, Population Ecologist, Post-production specialist,
Worker, Analytical Chemist, Animator, Architect , Art Project    Preschool Teacher, Primary School Teacher, Programmer,
Manager, Art Writer, Artist, Arts Administrator,                 Project Manager, Property Development, Property
Astrophysicist, Band Leader, Banker, Banking and Finance         Economist, Psychologist, Public Health Officer, Public
Professional, Barrister, Biochemist, Bioengineer,                Relations Officer/Consultant, Public Servant, Publishing
Bioinformatician, Biologist, Biomechanical Engineer,             Professional, Quantitative Analyst, Quantity Surveyor,
Biomedical Engineer, Biotechnologist, Biotechnologist,           Radiation Therapist, Radiographer, Recording Engineer,
Business Analyst, Cell Biologist, Certified Practicing           Rehabilitation Engineer, Rehabilitation Professionals,
Accountant, Chemical Technologist, Chemist, Chemist              Research and Development Chemist, Risk Manager, Sales
Industrial, Child Care Professional, Child Protection Officer,   Person, School Counsellor, Scientist, Secondary School
Choreographer, Civil Engineer, Clinical Laboratory Scientist,    Teacher, Social Scientist, Sociologist, Software Engineer,
Coastal Scientist, Community Corrections Officer,                Solicitor, Song Writer, Sonographer, Sound and Music
Community Education Officer, Community Health Officer,           Producer, Sound Designer, Sound/Audio Engineer, Sports
Community Worker, Composer, Computer Game                        Scientist, Stage Manager, Statistician, Stockbroker,
Programmer, Computer Games Developer, Computer                   Surveyor, Systems Analyst, Systems Manager, Systems
Salesperson/Marketer, Computer Systems Engineer,                 Programmer, Systems Trainer, TAFE Teacher, Teacher,
Conductor, Conservation Biologist, Construction Manager,         Technical Officer, TESOL Teacher, Theatre Lighting,
Contract Administrator, Corporate Secretary, Corrective          Theatre Professionals, Trainer, Translator, Urban and
Services Officer, Counsellor, Creative Writer, Crown Law         Regional Planner, Urban Designer, Virologist, Visual Artist,
Officer, Curator, Customs Officer, D.J, Dance Teacher,           Visual Arts Teacher, Web Designer, Youth Worker.
Dancer, Data Communications Specialist, Database
Manager, Digital Composer, Diplomat, Disability Services




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                                                                the University Certificate in Tertiary Preparation in order to
University Certificate In Tertiary                              prepare for academic study in a different tertiary
Preparation (QC05)                                              environment.
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes                                                 *Students who require a Student Visa should check the
CRICOS code: 065044F                                            English language requirements for a student visa from their
Course duration (full-time): 1 semester                         country of origin.
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $7,210 per
semester (subject to annual review)                             Course Completion
International Entry: February, July and October                 Students must obtain at least a grade of 4 (Pass)in all units.
Total credit points: 48
Standard credit points per full-time semester: 48               Progression
Course coordinator: Scott Leisemann
                                                                In order to progress to an award course, students must:
Campus: Kelvin Grove
                                                                i) fulfil the University Certificate in Tertiary Preparation
Entry Requirements - Academic
                                                                course requirements
Students must have met the academic entry requirements          ii) gain a minimum grade of 4 (Pass) in Communication 2 or
for their proposed postgraduate or undergraduate course.        an IELTS 6.5 or equivalent,
                                                                iii) meet any other conditions detailed in the 'letter of offer'
Entry Requirements- English Language                            from Student Business Services.
IELTS 6.0 with no sub-score less than 5.0 or TOEFL iBT
Overall score of 80 (at least 18 in all bands) or TOEFL 550     QC05 - University Certificate in Tertiary Preparation
(paper) or TOEFL 213 (CBT) or equivalent, or successful
completion of the EAP program (N.B. Students should also        Stream A (for those with IELTS 6.0)
check visa requirements).
                                                                QCD111       Communication 1
Description                                                     QCD211       Communication 2
The University Certificate in Tertiary Preparation is a one-    QCS230       Computing
semester program that enables students to receive a                          DEGREE UNIT
University certificate on successful completion. It is
designed for students who may have already met the                           Undergraduate students will need to enrol in
                                                                             the units QCD110 and QCD210
academic entry requirements for a QUT undergraduate or
postgraduate degree, but who may not have met the
                                                                Stream B (for those with IELTS 6.5)
English language and/or prerequisite requirements.*
                                                                QCD111       Communication 1
This program provides two alternative streams:                  QCD211       Communication 2
                                                                             DEGREE UNIT one
Stream A is designed for students who have not met
English and/or prerequisite requirements for their chosen                    DEGREE UNIT two
undergraduate or postgraduate course. Most students may                      Undergraduate students will need to enrol in
undertake one degree unit (for credit) whilst enrolled in the                the units QCD110 and QCD210
University Certificate in Tertiary Preparation program. Those
with advance standing may be able to undertake two
Faculty unit.

Stream B is for students who have met English
requirements but not prerequisite requirement for their
degree, or who may wish to improve the standard of their
academic English. These students may take one or two
degree units (for credit) whilst enrolled in the University
Certificate in Tertiary Preparation Program.

Both streams include intensive preparation for academic
language, lateral thinking, research and presentation skills
required for successful tertiary study. Small classes and
dedicated staff ensure an excellent learning environment.
Additional support is provided by Language and Welfare
Advisers.

Alternatively, there may be some students who have
already met both the academic and English requirements
for a QUT degree entry, but who would prefer to undertake




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                                                                           The EAP course consists of the following
English for Academic Purposes for                                          integrated modules:
degree programs (QC10)                                                     Seminars and Presentations
Year offered: 2009
                                                                           Academic Reading and Note-taking
Admissions: Yes
CRICOS code: 011424G                                                       Academic Writing
Course duration (full-time): 12 weeks                                      Listening and Note-taking from Lectures
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $3,960 per
                                                                           Speaking in Academic Settings
semester (subject to annual review)
International Entry: March, July and October (dates are                    Academic Study Skills
designed to allow entry to selected semester of next course)               Computer Word-processing and Internet
Total credit points: 48                                                    research skills
Course coordinator: John Healy                                             Library research skills
Campus: Kelvin Grove

Entry Requirements - Academic
To be eligible for entry, applicants must either:

1. Have an offer of a place in a QUT degree program and
successfully complete the relevant EAP entry test; or

2. Degree Entry (IELTS 6.5) - Produce original documentary
evidence of an IELTS score with an overall minimum of 5.5
with reading and writing no less than 5.5 and no other sub-
band less than 5 (or approved equivalent); OR

3. Degree Entry (IELTS 6.0) - Produce original documentary
evidence of an IELTS score with an overall minimum of 5.5
with no sub-band less than 5 (or approved equivalent).

* You should check the English language requirements for a
Student Visa from your country of origin.

Description
The aim of the EAP course is to assist international students
to upgrade their English proficiency level to meet university
entry requirements. The course is designed to prepare
students for independent study and to familiarise them with
an Australian academic setting in terms of study techniques
and student/lecturer relations and expectations.

Course Completion
To be eligible to receive EAP certification at the end of the
course, students must complete all course requirements.

On successful completion of the course, students will
receive a Completion & Attendance Certificate and a
Statement of Results.

Progresssion
Successful completion of an EAP course is a pathway into
QUT International College Foundation, Diploma, Certificate
or Bridging programs; or QUT undergraduate or
postgraduate award programs. The course is recognised by
all QUT faculties.

Course structure

Modules
QCE003       English for Academic Purposes for Direct Entry
             to QUT




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                                                                           Seminars and Presentations
English for Academic Purposes for
                                                                           Academic Reding and Note-taking
Foundation and University Diploma
                                                                           Academic Writing
Programs (QC10)                                                            Listening and Note-taking from Lectures
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes                                                            Speaking in Academic Settings
CRICOS code: 011424G                                                       Academic Study Skills
Course duration (full-time): 12 weeks
                                                                           Computer Word-processing and Internet
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $3,960 per                        research skills
semester + $100 non-refundable enrolment fee (subject to
annual review)                                                             Library research skills
International Entry: March, July and October (dates are
designed to allow entry to selected semester of next course)
Total credit points: 48
Course coordinator: John Healy
Campus: Kelvin Grove

Entry requirements*
To be eligible for entry, applicants must either:

1. Have an offer of a place in a QUT Foundation or Diploma
program and successfully complete the relevant EAP entry
test; or

2. Produce original documentary evidence of an IELTS
score of a minimum 5.0 with reading and writing sub-score
of at least 5.0 (or approved equivalent).

* You should check the English language requirements for a
Student Visa from your country of origin.

Description
This course is designed for students intending to gain entry
to University Entry programs (Foundation and University
Diplomas). Its purpose is to improve students' English
language and study skills in order to prepare them for
independent study and to familiarise them with the
Australian academic environment.

Course Completion
To be eligible to receive EAP certification at the end of the
course, students must complete all course requirements.

On successful completion of the course, students will
receive a Completion & Attendance Certificate and a
Statement of Results.

Progression
Successful completion of this EAP course is a pathway into
QUT International College Foundation and Diploma
programs and the Associate Degree in Dance.

QC10 - English for Academic Purposes for Foundation
and University Diploma Programs

Modules
QCE004       English for Academic Purposes for QUTIC
             Courses
             The EAP course consists of the following
             integrated modules:




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                                                                           Cultural Studies, including field trips and
General English (QC20)                                                     excursions (which may incur some additional,
Year offered: 2009                                                         minimal cost)
Admissions: Yes
                                                                           Electives Activities Program
CRICOS code: 062077K
Course duration (full-time): 5 weeks                                       Computer-based language learning
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $1,650 per 5                      Independent learning skills
week session + $100 non-refundable enrolment fee
(subject to annual review)
International Entry: 9 entry dates per year.
Total credit points: 20
Course coordinator: Ian Davies (ip.davies@qut.edu.au)
Campus: Kelvin Grove

Entry Requirements - English Language
Students should check visa requirements in relation to
English entry levels.

Description
This course offers English language and study skills for
students preparing for entry to EAP, Foundation, Certificate
and Diploma programs and QUT undergraduate and
postgraduate award programs.

There are also non-academic English language courses at
all levels from beginners to advanced. These courses
include excursions and activities (which may incur some
additional, minimal cost).

All English language courses include 25 hours of classes
per week and there are new intakes every five weeks - for
e n t r y        d a t e s       p l e a s e       s e e
http://www.qutic.qut.edu.au/about/entrydates/calendars.jsp

Course Completion
On completion of the course, students will receive a
Completion/Proficiency Certificate and an Attendance
Certificate.

Progression
Progress is monitored on a student profile which is created
for each student over the length of the course. All
assessment results (formative/summative/diagnostic) are
recorded.

Students can progress from General English into the EAP
course or other programs. Progression is subject to entry
requirements.

QC20 - General English

General English
QCE001        General English (Full-time)
              While specific content varies according to level,
              broadly the course consists of:
              English Language Structures & Systems
              Grammar
              Vocabulary
              Integrated Skills Development (reading, writing,
              speaking, listening)




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                                                                           Integrated Skills Development (reading, writing,
General English Extension (QC21)                                           speaking, listening)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes                                                            Cultural Studies, including field trips and
                                                                           excursions (which may incur some additional,
Course duration (full-time): 5 weeks                                       minimal cost)
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $1,650 per 5
week session + $100 non-refundable enrolment fee                           Electives Activities Program
(subject to annual review)                                                 Computer-based language learning
International Entry: Every 5 weeks                                         Independent learning skills
Total credit points: 20
Course coordinator: Ian Davies (ip.davies@qut.edu.au)
Campus: Kelvin Grove

Entry Requirements - English Language
Students should check visa requirements in relation to
English entry levels.

This course is for students enrolled in QC20 General
English and wishes to continue their enrolment in General
English.

Description
This course offers English language and study skills for
students preparing for entry to EAP, Foundation, Certificate
and Diploma programs and QUT undergraduate and
postgraduate award programs.

There are also non-academic English language courses at
all levels from beginners to advanced. These courses
include excursions and activities (which may incur some
additional, minimal cost).

All English language courses include 25 hours of classes
per week and there are new intakes every five weeks - for
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http://www.qutic.qut.edu.au/about/entrydates/calendars.jsp

Course Completion
On completion of the course, students will receive a
Completion/Proficiency Certificate and an Attendance
Certificate.

Progression
Progress is monitored on a student profile which is created
for each student over the length of the course. All
assessment results (formative/summative/diagnostic) are
recorded.

Students can progress from General English into the EAP
course or other programs. Progression is subject to entry
requirements.

QC21 - General English Extension

General English Extension
QCE001        General English (Full-time)
              While specific content varies according to level,
              broadly the course consists of:
              English Language Structures & Systems
              Grammar
              Vocabulary



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                              INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE
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English for Tertiary Preparation (QC22)
Year offered: 2009
Admissions: Yes
CRICOS code: 045062C
Course duration (full-time): 2 weeks
International Fees (per semester): 2009: $660 + $100
non-refundable enrolment fee (subject to annual review)
International Entry: February, June and October
Total credit points: 8
Course coordinator: Michael Miller (mj.miller@qut.edu.au)
Campus: Kelvin Grove

Entry Requirements
Academic requirements:
An offer of acceptance for a QUT Foundation or University
Diploma course.

English requirements:
An IELTS score of at least 5.5 (with sub-scores of at least
5.0) or approved equivalent.

Description
The course aims to enhance the English language
proficiency of students who already meet the IELTS
requirements for their Foundation or University Diploma
Program. ETP teaches and practices academic writing,
reading, listening and speaking.

The course assists students with the adjustment to studying
at an Australian university.

Course Completion
On completion of the course, students will receive a
Completion and Attendance Certificate.

QC22 - English for Tertiary Preparation

English for Tertiary Preparation
QCE005      English for Tertiary Preparation Studies




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