Use your skills in research, writing and communication to build a career helping children with this Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Primary) course from Western Sydney University.
Designed for students with strengths in arts and humanities, seeking to work towards a career in primary teaching, this innovative degree provides the foundation skills and knowledge required for a career in the arts, while preparing students for future study and work in teaching.
After completing this course, you may choose to undertake a Master of Teaching, in order to work as a primary school teacher. This undergraduate degree offers study in languages, history, geography, international relations, media, social sciences and more, to build a strong base of inquisitive learning, and to hone your skills in critical thinking and communication. Specific study in an education context and teaching pedagogy gives students the opportunity to investigate and critique contemporary education issues.
If you like working with people and want a career helping others, this dynamic course offers you a compelling career pathway. Build work-ready skills while preparing for a career helping others with this arts and teaching pathway degree.