Bachelor of Secondary Education (Honours) (Mount Gambier)

Study Programme Details
Country: Australia
Admission Sessions:Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site, Hybrid, Online

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


48 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a transformative journey with our Bachelor of Secondary Education (Honours) program at the Mount Gambier campus, offering the flexibility of online study. Tailored for aspiring educators, this four-year degree focuses on nurturing students from Years 7 to 12. Choose your specialization from majors in English, Humanities and Social Sciences, Psychology (sub-major), or Digital Technologies (sub-major).

Immerse yourself in real-world scenarios through field-based placements starting within your first six months, ensuring you graduate career-ready with 100 days of professional placements. Stay ahead by incorporating current trends and future possibilities in your chosen field, and experience the curriculum through an engaging and relatable narrative.


The Bachelor of Secondary Education (Honours) is not just a degree; it’s a pathway to becoming a contemporary educator, equipped with both practical skills and theoretical knowledge. Over four years, you will refine your expertise in two subject areas aligned with the Australian Curriculum, giving you the ability to teach up to Year 12.

Choose your Learning Areas from English, Humanities and Social Sciences, Psychology (sub-major), or Digital Technologies (sub-major). Dive deeper into your passion with elective subjects such as Teaching in Regional and Rural Locations, Integrated Teaching and Vocational Education in Secondary Settings, and Constructions of Wellbeing and Identity.

Admission Requirements

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  • curriculum studies – includes courses that introduce and consolidate the specific teaching content of your major and sub-major learning areas
  • professional experience courses – placement courses, which allow you to develop and practice your professional knowledge and skills in secondary classroom settings
  • education studies – includes courses that explore more broadly what it means to be an educator of adolescent students

Domestic: Commonwealth Supported

Future Career Outcomes

Witness the success stories of our alumni who have seamlessly transitioned into impactful roles. Explore the demand for educators and specialists in today’s job market, emphasizing the program’s role in developing skills that meet these demands. Stay ahead with a program designed to shape graduates who are not just job-seekers but trend-setters in their respective fields.

Visa Requirements:

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