Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Teaching (Primary)
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) (BA/BTch (Primary)) is a highly practical course with hands-on classroom experience from the second year of full-time study. The degree not only qualifies and prepares graduates to competently teach from Foundation to Year 6, but also to be responsible and ethical leaders to children who need positive role models. During the course, you will engage in five professional experience opportunities. These are undertaken at various schools to enable the application of theory in a practical setting. You may also be able to undertake an overseas professional experience.
Four years full-time (or part-time equivalent)
On-Campus with distance education available for some units
The BA/BTch (Primary) is accredited by the Board of Studies, Teaching and Education Standards (BOSTES) and our own self-accrediting process.
Endorsement of Avondale’s Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) by the New South Wales Government Institute of Teachers Advisory Panel qualifies graduates for employment as teachers in the NSW State public system. Other Australian state governments have different requirements for teachers to become registered to teach in state schools, but normally registration in one state is considered as meeting the requirements for other states.
Primary Teacher, Primary School Administrator, and Primary School Specialist Teacher (Creative Arts, PDHPE, Science, Humanities & Social Sciences, English and Mathematics)
About the School
Avondale College of Higher Education is a not-for-profit private higher education provider established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1897. Its mission is to foster a Christian learning commun ... Read More