Programme code: AK1051
Duration: 1.5 years full-time / 4 years part-time
Venue: Flexible mode including North Shore Campus and South Campus
Start date: 2 March 2015 / 20 July 2015
Completed one of the following:
An applicant must have completed the entry requirement with a minimum of a B grade average or higher in papers at level 7 or equivalent. All applicants must have at least three years of relevant professional experience.
The Master of Educational Leadership has a strong focus on in-depth applied professional learning with a research-based pathway and a paper-based pathway. In the research pathway you have the opportunity to investigate in-depth an issue, innovation or problem of your choice.
EDLD901 Conceptualisations of Educational Leadership [compulsory]
EDLD802 Leading in Diverse Cultures and Communities
EDLD803 Reflecting on Professional Practice as an Educational Leader
EDLD804 Organisational Culture and Educational Leadership
EDLD902 Master of Educational Leadership Project (30 points)
EDLD950 Master of Educational Leadership Thesis (90 points)
EDLD960 Master of Educational Leadership Dissertation (60 points)
EDUC801 Learning in a Digital Age
EDUC815 Educational Futures — Part 1: The Theory
EDUC816 Educational Futures — Part 2: The Practice
EDUC819 Educational Research
If you prefer a 'taster' of study in educational leadership, you should consider the Postgraduate Certificate in Educational Leadership.
Graduates will have enhanced leadership capabilities, thereby having a greater opportunity to undertake or continue leadership roles in:
Note: this qualification does not provide eligibility for provisional teacher registration.
Although it takes discipline, a Master of Educational Leadership is more than worth it to Christine Arthur.
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.