Master of Education (Early Childhood Education)

Master of Education (Early Childhood Education)

 

Designed to advance quality teaching, learning, research and scholarship skills in the early childhood sector, this research-based Master’s is ideal for graduates who have a degree and want to take their educational and professional skills to a higher level.
 

AT A GLANCE

Method of learning:
Full-time

Level:
9

Duration:
2 years

Credits:
240

 
Code Course Level Credits
MR501 The Young Child: Childhood in the Early Years 8 30
MR503 Children and Families in Early Childhood Education 8 30
MR504 The Authentic Leader 8 30
MR505 Communities of Learning: Making Connections in Early Childhood Education 8 30
MR507 Research Methods in Early Childhood Education 8 30
MR510 The Arts in Early Childhood Education 8 30
MR513 The Effective Early Childhood Manager 8 30
MR602 Dissertation 9 60
MR603 Thesis 9 90
MR604 Thesis 9 120
MR606 The Ethical Self in Early Childhood Education 9 30
MR612 Working with Adults: Participating in Dynamic Relations 9 30
MR613 The Philosophy of Early Childhood: Historical and Modern Perspectives 9 30
MR614 Wellbeing in Early Childhood Education 9 30
MR618 Special Topic 9 30
MR619 Directed Study 9 30

All students will be required to:

  • Engage in online discussions

Online

For more information on our online mode of learning, refer to the Mode of learning page

Refer to the Study dates page

Please contact the International Team at international@nztertiarycollege.ac.nz to discuss the entry criteria for your country.