Master of Clinical Education
Duration: Part time - (6 semesters)
The Master of Clinical Education targets the wide range of educators involved in the teaching, mentoring and supervision of medical and health science students in the hospital, community and university settings. This suite of three programs aims to produce high quality graduates with the knowledge and skills to deliver quality education using a full range of contemporary teaching, learning, assessment and evaluation initiatives.
The program is purposely progressive in that it builds on the principles and theories of adult learning, teaching and assessment in the certificate level subjects, applies these at the graduate diploma level, through to undertaking research at the masters’ level. It uses a range of innovative approaches to motivate and support the student while working in their educational roles. Learning strategies include online delivery combined with intensive face to face workshops and learning and assessment in the clinical education environment.
Bond University’s Master of Clinical Education program is intended to equip novice clinical and non-clinical teachers with the theoretical and practical skills to become an effective educators. Students in the program may exit after two semesters with a Graduate Certificate of Clinical Education, after 4 semesters with a Graduate Diploma of Clinical Education, or at the Master of Clinical Education upon completion of 6 semesters.
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