Educational Management and Leadership

Outcomes

At the conclusion of the designated degree, students should be able to:

  • understand the basic concepts in administration and management
  • understand models and theories in the field
  • understand organisational behaviour
  • understand the change processes and their impact upon organisations
  • familiarise themselves with a range of human resources development and management issues and their relationship to other developments in education, the economy and society
  • develop skills in the analysis of policy developments and factors affecting the implementation of human resources and management policies
  • evaluate alternative policies and practices
  • understand theories and models of evaluation
  • develop skills in designing a proposal for the evaluation of a program
  • develop a range of research skills related to the use of key information technologies
  • develop a variety of academic writing skills.

Master of Education (Educational Management and Leadership)

To qualify for the award of Master of Education (Educational Management and Leadership) candidates must complete 8 units of study (48 credit points), including

  • a minimum of 5 units of study (30 credit points) from this specialisation, comprising:
    - a minimum of 3 units of study (18 credit points) of core units; and
    - a minimum of 2 units of study (12 credit points) of elective units from the table below; plus
  • a minimum of 1 unit of study (6 credit points) of capstone units of study; and
  • a maximum of 2 units of study (12 credit points) of postgraduate Education units which can be chosen from any designation within the Master of Education program.

Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies (Educational Management and Leadership)

To qualify for the award of Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies (Educational Management and Leadership) candidates must complete 6 units of study (36 credit points), including

  • a minimum of 5 units of study (30 credit points) from this designation, comprising
    a minimum of 3 units (18 credit points) of core units; plus
    a minimum of 2 units (12 credit points) of elective units from the table below; and
  • a maximum of 1 unit (6 credit points) of postgraduate Education units from any specialisation within the Master of Education program.

Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (Educational Management and Leadership)

To qualify for the award of Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (Educational Management and Leadership) candidates must complete 4 units of study (24 credit points), including

  • a minimum of 3 units of study (18 credit points) of core units; and
  • a maximum of 1 unit of study (6 credit points) of elective units from the table below.

Course convenor

Dr George Odhiambo
Phone 02 9351 6239
Room 905, Education Building, A35
Email