|UAC code||Pattern of attendance||2013 cut-off||Start date||Major offer round|
|Newcastle – Callaghan||CSP||481070||4F/EqP||67.05||3 Mar 2014||16 Jan 2014|
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Recommended studies: Any two units of English plus Mathematics, plus either Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Earth Science.
Major studies: Secondary teaching in sciences (two of biology, chemistry, geology or physics, provided physics or chemistry is undertaken as either a major or minor study).
Practical experience: Students will complete the equivalent of 90 days of professional experience in relevant school settings. This may involve placement in schools in locations outside the Newcastle area.
Professional recognition: Graduates will be eligible for registration with the NSW Institute of Teachers.
Career opportunities: Examples include secondary school teaching of science (Yrs 7–12) in the NSW Department of Education and Training, Catholic education and independent school systems; and in public and private school sectors both nationally and internationally. The degree program provides additional career prospects outside the teaching profession, such as geological surveys, water quality, drug discovery, ecology, plant science, geophysics, photonics.
Teacher education courses
Primary teachers in NSW schools
Secondary teachers in NSW schools
Review of programs
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