Master of Early Childhood Education
This Master’s degree aims to advance scholarship in curriculum, leadership, advocacy and ethics at a postgraduate level through coursework. This Master’s is advantageous for those who wish to develop expertise in a specific area of educational practice.
AT A GLANCE
Method of learning:
Full-time / Part-time
1.5 years (Full-time)
|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|
|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|
All students will be required to:
- Engage in online discussions
International students will also be required to:
- Attend tutorials for a minimum of 4 hours per week throughout the program
For more information on the modes listed above, refer to the Modes of learning page
New Zealand Tertiary College qualifications have been designed to link easily into each other, providing you with a flexible range of pathway options into higher level study.
Upon completion of the Master of Early Childhood Education you may be eligible to apply for the Master of Education (ECE). Entry criteria will apply.
You may also be eligible to apply for the Graduate Diploma in Teaching (ECE) which upon completion results in eligibility to apply for New Zealand teacher registration. Entry criteria will apply.