Master of Teaching (Health & Physical Education)


Inherent requirements for programs in secondary education

To assist students to make informed choices about their study, the Sydney School of Education and Social Work has identified inherent requirements for coursework-award courses in Primary and Secondary Education. In order to successfully complete such a course, students must possess the qualities and skills listed in the document below.



Application forms for this program can be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate title after expanding the "Postgraduate coursework" heading on the University's how-to-apply page. Only complete applications will be assessed. Late applications will only be considered to fill vacancies.

Applicants for the graduate-entry degree in teaching health and physical education in secondary schools must have an initial relevant undergraduate qualification. The English-language requirements for the Master of Teaching (Secondary Health & Physical Education) are the same as for all other graduate-entry-teaching designations offered by the school.


Course overview

The Master of Teaching (Health and Physical Education) is designed for graduates who have an appropriate undergraduate degree and want to teach Health and Physical Education in secondary schools. The Master of Teaching (Health and Physical Education) requires candidates to specialise in the teaching area of Health and Physical Education. This specialisation is studied as a "double method", which means candidates do not qualify in a second teaching area.