Educational Studies (Higher Education)


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

  • further developed their understanding of the relationship of research and scholarship and to the practice teaching
  • further developed their ideas and practice in student-focused, research-led and evidence-based teaching and learning in higher education
  • be capable of applying new technologies appropriately and effectively in higher education teaching and student learning
  • further developed their abilities to plan and implement personal and professional development programs to suit specific needs
  • developed their awareness of the changing higher education context in which they are working, and how it affects pedagogy, curriculum and the academic profession
  • be capable of providing leadership in teaching and learning to address the University's strategic priorities at faculty and University levels

The Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (Higher Education) units of study are offered in conjunction with the Institute for Teaching and Learning.

All intending participants must be currently engaged in some sort of university teaching.
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Program requirements

To qualify for the award of Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (Higher Education) candidates must complete 4 units of study (24 credit points) of core units to be chosen from the units of study table below.

Course convenor

Dr Graham Hendry
Phone: 9351 4820
Location: Room 236, Level 2 South, Fisher Library, F03