Alternative pathways into the Bachelor of Education (Honours) at Monash University

There’s more than one way to become a student with Monash. If you’re interested in becoming a teacher, but didn’t meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor of Education (Honours), we offer a range of pathway programs to help you achieve your goal.

There’s a wide range of pathway options available, so you’ll need to consider your reasons for completing a pathway and where you hope to end up. Find out what pathway programs will suit your circumstances below.

Follow Cassie’s journey from not attaining the ATAR she wanted, to achieving her dream job as a teacher.

Which Pathway should I follow?

I didn’t achieve the required ATAR for my preferred course:

Diploma of Tertiary Studies (DoTS)

  • 1 year full-time
  • Peninsula campus
  • Semester 1 intake (February)

If you completed Year 12 but didn’t quite meet the entry requirements for your dream course, DoTS might be the pathway for you. On successful completion of the DoTS – Education stream, you can transfer into second year of the:

If you completed Year 12 but didn’t quite meet the entry requirements for your dream course, DoTS might be the pathway for you. On successful completion of the DoTS – Education stream, you can transfer into second year of the:

  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Early Years and Primary Education
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Health and Physical Education

This diploma is equivalent to the first year of a university undergraduate degree.

In addition to the Education courses listed above, on successful completion of DoTS, you can get up to one year of credit towards a range of degrees in business, business administration and nursing.

For more information visit the Diploma of Tertiary Studies information page.

Diploma of Higher Education (DoHE)

  • 1 year full-time
  • Clayton campus
  • Semester 1 intake (February)

The Diploma of Higher Education (DoHE) might suit you if you completed Year 12 but didn’t quite meet the entry requirements for your dream course, if you’re returning to study, or would benefit from additional learning support.

On successful completion of the DoHE – Education stream, you can transfer into second year of the:

  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary and Secondary Education

In addition, you can receive up to one year of credit into the following Education double degree courses:

  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts
    Primary or Secondary Education
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) and Bachelor of Business
    Primary or Secondary Education
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) and Bachelor of Science 
    Primary or Secondary Education

The Diploma of Higher Education can also provide you with entry into second year of the single degree Bachelor of Science.

For more information, visit the Diploma of Higher Education information page.

  • 8 months full-time
  • Clayton campus
  • Three intakes: February, June, October

If you have narrowly missed the entry requirements for direct entry into an education double degree, consider a Monash College Diploma.

As part of the arts, business and science diploma program, you can choose an education studies specialisation which includes two education studies units and 10 days of professional experience.

On successful completion of the diploma, you will be eligible for direct entry into the second year of the following double degrees:

  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts
    Primary or Secondary Education
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) and Bachelor of Business
    Primary or Secondary Education
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) and Bachelor of Science
    Primary or Secondary Education

For more information visit the Monash College Education Studies page.

Still not sure which pathway to choose?

If you want to discuss your study options, send us an enquiry.

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