Special and inclusive education

A degree in special and inclusive education prepares teachers or allied health professionals to work with students with disabilities or additional needs. Graduates learn to work collaboratively with parents and other professionals to ensure students’ learning opportunities and outcomes are met in either inclusive or specialist learning settings. Qualified special and inclusive education professionals work in a range of immensely rewarding roles both in and out of school settings.

Career examples

  • Special education teacher
  • Home school liaison officer
  • Learning and support teacher
  • Learning and development consultant


  1. Bachelor of Education (Primary)
  2. Bachelor of Education (Primary) (Honours)
  3. Bachelor of Education (Primary Studies)
  4. Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
  5. Bachelor of Education (Secondary) (Honours)
  6. Bachelor of Education (Secondary Studies)
  7. Master of Special and Inclusive Education