AC Education Enrolment Form
Semester 2 2019
DAE | BEP | BES | MTP | MTS
 
 
Key Dates for Semester 2 2019
 
Commencement Date: Monday 15th July 2019*
 
Enrolment Closing Date: Monday 8th July 2019
Census Date: Monday 26th August 2019
 
*THE101 has both August and September commencement dates available, please refer to the timetables.
 
Before continuing with your enrolment form please look at the timetable for your campus to ensure subject availability.
 
It is also strongly recommended that you read your Student Handbook to ensure that you are aware of the college's policies and procedures regarding your enrolment. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have completed the necessary pre-requisites for your chosen subjects.
 
Education students must discuss their subject selection with their Program Director. If you have not yet discussed your preferred or intended subject selection, please contact your Program Director as soon as possible:
 - Undergraduate: Stephen Brinton | (02) 8893 9044
 - Postgraduate: Jim Twelves | (02) 8893 9068
 
 
Please note this form applies to both Domestic and International Students. For further clarification, please see Glossary below.
 
 
Yours Sincerely,
The AC Registry Team
30 Cowper Parramatta NSW 2124, Australia
T: +61 2 8893 9000

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Additional Enrolment Information:
All costs related to this new enrolment must be either paid at enrolment or alternative arrangements made such as a nomination to FEE-HELP (for Australian citizens only). We reserve the right not to enrol any student who has outstanding tuition or other related fees on their student account. FEE-HELP is only available to Australian Citizens when enrolled in an award course, it is not available for non-award studies or International Students.
 
Auditing is defined as attending classes (at any of our campuses) with no obligation to participate in the assessments. Please note that you will be granted access to class materials on Moodle (learning management system) but will not be awarded credit for any audit units undertaken.
Audit Fees (AUD):
Domestic Students: $500 (Undergraduate) / $700 (Postgraduate)
International Students: $500 (Undergraduate) / $750 (Postgraduate)
 
Non-Award Study is studying a subject/s for credit toward a non-AC-Award (ie. you are enrolled in another award at a Non AC-institution, and wish to take an elective subject at AC for your award).
 
Please note, available subjects may change depending on student enrolment numbers.
 
Glossary:
Extensive: A class of 5 days (9am-5pm) spread across a semester
Intensive: A class run over a block of 5 days, Monday-Friday (usually 9am-5pm)
Online: A class run through the Online Campus, online interaction only
Variation: A change to your enrolment - MUST be submitted before census date
Weekly: A class that is run at a campus, at the same time each week during a semester
Full-Time Load*: Enrolment into at least 30 credit points in a semester period
Part-Time Load: Enrolment into no greater than 20 credit points in a semester period
*Any person studying in Australia on a Student Visa is required to maintain enrolment at 40 credit points per semester, except where a reduced study load has been formally approved. For more information, please visit the Enrolment Policy.
 

PLEASE CHECK YOUR TIMETABLE BELOW

Education Sem 2 2019 Timetables | DAE / BEP / BES / MTP / MTS |

Personal Details
Have your contact details recently changed? To ensure that AC has your current contact information, please indicate any changes below: *
Please note that FEE-HELP is not available to Permanent Residents (non-humanitarian). Click here for more information on FEE-HELP.
Are you enrolling as part of the South African Cohort, SACHET? *

ENROLMENT APPROVAL

 
Enrolling in the wrong subject may impact your ability to graduate or incur unwanted fees. As a student, it is your responsibility to ensure you enrol in the correct subjects (refer to relevant course progression rules).
 
Have you discussed your subject selection, including any electives, with your Program Director (Stephen Brinton), and has he approved your enrolment for this semester? *
Have you discussed your subject selection, including Discipline Studies Major and Minor, with your Program Director (Stephen Brinton), and has he approved your enrolment for this semester? *
Education students must discuss their enrolment PRIOR to submitting any enrolment forms.
 
Please contact your Program Director (Stephen Brinton) immediately, or phone (02) 8893 9044.
 
Have you discussed your subject selection, including any electives, with your Program Director (Jim Twelves), and has he approved your enrolment for this semester? *
 
Education students must discuss their enrolment PRIOR to submitting any enrolment forms.
 
Please contact your Program Director (Jim Twelves) immediately, or phone (02) 8893 9044.
 

 
DIPLOMA OF ARTS
Please read the following course structure summary for the Diploma of Arts. To qualify for this award, a student must accrue an aggregate of 80 credit points (typically completed over two, full-time semesters), including satisfactory completion of:
• 10 cp from Research
• 10 cp from Christian Studies
• 60 cp Electives
 
Recommended Course Progression
 
Below is a sample subject sequence, although this can be varied depending on subject availability, pre-requisite needs, and the student’s personal circumstances. Pre-requisites are shown in red.
 
FIRST YEAR

First semester
EDU105 Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101 Christian Worldview
EDU101 Foundations of Christian Learning and Teaching
(EDU101) CRS103 Language and Literacy
 
Second Semester
EDU124 Australian Indigenous and Multicultural Education
(EDU101) EDU223 Inclusive Education
(EDU101) CRS104 Numeracy and Literacy
1 x other Elective
 
Core Subjects
RES101 Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101 Christian Worldview
 
Elective Subjects
6 subjects taken from accredited AQF Level 7 subjects offered by the College (typically EDU and CRS-coded subjects, as above).

Rules of Progression
Students may enrol in a maximum of 4 subjects (40 credit points) at 100 level
Students must have the appropriate approvals for working with children before they may enter a classroom.

This is a nested course within the Bachelor of Education (Primary), thus it is recommended that the elective choices be from education course offerings.
 
For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full Student Handbook for this award.
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (PRIMARY)
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Education (Primary). To qualify for this award, a student must accrue an aggregate of at least 320 credit points, including satisfactory completion of:
• 10 cp from Research
• 10 cp from Christian Studies
• 110 cp from Education
• 140 cp from Curriculum Studies
• 10 cp Electives
• 40 cp Professional Experience.
 
Recommended Course Progression
 
Below is a sample subject sequence, although this can be varied depending on subject availability, pre-requisite needs, and the student’s personal circumstances. Pre-requisites are shown in red.
 
FIRST YEAR

First semester (course commencement)
EDU105 Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101 Christian Worldview
EDU101 Foundations in Christian Learning and Teaching
CRS103 Language and Literacy

Second Semester (course progression)
(EDU101) EDU124 Australian Indigenous and Multicultural Education
(EDU101) EDU223 Inclusive Education
(EDU101) CRS104 Numeracy and Literacy
(EDU101) EXP211 Professional Experience 1
 
SECOND YEAR

Third Semester (course progression)
(EDU101) CRS211 Personal Development, Health and Physical Education: Part A
(EDU101) CRS214 Mathematics: Part A
(EDU101) CRS212 Science and Technology: Part A
(EDU101 and at least 40 cp) EDU231 Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting

Fourth Semester (course progression)
(EDU101) CRS221 Creative Arts: Part A
(EDU101) CRS203 English: Part A
(EDU101 and at least 40 cp) EDU225 Childhood and Adolescent Development
(EXP211) EXP212 Professional Experience 2

THIRD YEAR

Fifth Semester (course progression)
(EDU101) CRS202 History and Geography: Part A
(EDU101, CRS211) CRS311 Personal Development, Health and Physical Education: Part B
(EDU101) EDU341 Differentiated Curriculum and learning Management
(EDU101) EDU342 Learning and Teaching through ICT

Sixth Semester (course progression)
(EDU101, CRS202) CRS302 History and Geography: Part B
(EDU101, CRS203) CRS303 English: Part B
(EDU101) EDU320 Cross-Curricular Pedagogies
(EDU212) EXP311 Professional Experience 3

FOURTH YEAR

Seventh Semester (course progression)
(EDU101, CRS221) CRS321 Creative Arts: Part B
(EDU101, CRS214) CRS314 Mathematics: Part B
(EDU101, CRS214) CRS312 Science and Technology: Part B
(EDU101) EDU332 Learning and Teaching in Community Contexts

Eighth Semester (course progression)
(EDU101) EDU322 The Self-Reflective Educator
(EDU101) EDU343 Educational Psychology
(EXP311) EXP312 Professional Experience 4
1 x Elective
 
Elective Subjects
Students may enrol in 1 elective taken from an accredited Level 7 subject offered by Alphacrucis College, such as:
• HIS101 History of Christianity
• CCM304 World Religions
• WOR205 Worship, Arts and Church History
• SOC201 Theology of Social Justice
• MIN221 Children’s Ministry
• MIN326 Advanced Children’s and Youth Ministry

Rules of Progression
Students may enrol in a maximum of 10 subjects (100 credit points) at 100 level, and must complete at least eight subjects (80 credit points) at 300 level.
Students must have the appropriate approvals for working with children before they may enter a classroom. Pre-requisites are noted on the subject outline. Students must have completed the pre-requisite to enrol in the subject.
 
For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full Student Handbook for this award.
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (SECONDARY)
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Education (Secondary). To qualify for this award, a student must accrue an aggregate of at least 320 credit points, including satisfactory completion of:
• 10 cp from Research
• 10 cp from Christian Studies
• 120 cp from Education
• 40 cp from Curriculum Studies
• 60 cp from Discipline Studies - Major
• 40 cp from Discipline Studies - Minor
• 40 cp Professional Experience
 
Recommended Course Progression
 
Below is a sample subject sequence, although this can be varied depending on subject availability, pre-requisite needs, and the student’s personal circumstances. Pre-requisites are shown in red.
 
FIRST YEAR

First semester (course commencment)
EDU105 Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101 Christian Worldview
EDU102 Foundations in Christian Learning and Teaching
EDU121 Critical Thinking for Effective Learning

Second Semester (course progression)
(EDU102) EDU104 Literacy and Numeracy
(EDU102) EDU125 Diversity and Australian Indigenous Education
(EDU102) EDU226 Childhood and Adolescent Development
(EDU102) EXP211 Professional Experience 1
 
SECOND YEAR

Third Semester (course progression)
Major Discipline Studies unit of choice
Minor Discipline Studies unit of choice
(EDU102) EDU224 Inclusive Education
(EDU102) EDU235 Well-being and Engagement
 
Fourth Semester (course progression)
Major Discipline Studies unit of choice
Curriculum Studies, Unit 1 Part A
(EDU102) EDU232 Curriculum Assessment and Reporting
(EXP211) EXP212 Professional Experience 2

THIRD YEAR

Fifth Semester (course progression)
Major Discipline Studies unit of choice
Minor Discipline Studies unit of choice
Curriculum Studies, Unit 1 Part B
(EDU102) EDU345 Equity, Diversity and Differentiation
 
Sixth Semester (course progression)
Major Discipline Studies unit of choice
Minor Discipline Studies unit of choice
(EDU102) EDU344 Educational Psychology
(EXP212) EXP311 Professional Experience 3

FOURTH YEAR

Seventh Semester (course progression)
Major Discipline Studies unit of choice
Minor Discipline Studies unit of choice
Curriculum Studies, Unit 2 Part A
(EDU102) EDU340 Learning and Teaching through ICT
 
Eighth Semester (course progression)
Major Discipline Studies unit of choice
Curriculum Studies, Unit 2 Part B
(EDU102) EDU333 Learning and Teaching in Community Contexts
(EXP311) EXP312 Professional Experience 4
 
 
Curriculum Studies Subjects
Curriculum Studies units are those coded 'CRSXXX' and typically taught in a sequence of Part A and B. Bachelor of Education (Secondary) students must complete 4 x CRS coded units.
 
Discipline Studies Subjects
Discipline Studies units are those coded per discipline as follows. Students must select both a Major (6 x units) and Minor (4 x units) from the Discipline Studies below:
Drama: DRAXXX
English: ENGXXX
Geography: GEOXXX
History (Modern/Ancient): HISXXX/AHISXXX
Commerce/Business Studies: HRMXXX/MANXXX
Maths: MATXXX
Music: MUSXXX
PHDPE: PHDXXX
 

Rules of Progression
Students may enrol in a maximum of 10 subjects (100 credit points) at 100 level, and must complete at least eight subjects (80 credit points) at 300 level.
Students must have the appropriate approvals for working with children before they may enter a classroom. Pre-requisites are noted on the subject outline. Students must have completed the pre-requisite to enrol in the subject.
 
For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full Student Handbook for this award.
MASTER OF TEACHING (PRIMARY)
Please read the following course structure summary for the Master of Teaching (Primary). To qualify for this award, a student must accrue an aggregate of 160 credit points (typically completed over four, full-time semesters).
 
Recommended Course Progression
 
Below is a sample subject sequence, although this can be varied depending on subject availability, pre-requisite needs, and the student’s personal circumstances.
 
FIRST YEAR

First semester (course commencement)
EDU405 Postgraduate Research and Writing
THE401 Christian Worldview
EDU401 Foundations in Christian Learning and Teaching
EDU403 Language and Literacy

Second Semester (course progression)
EDU424 Australian Indigenous Multicultural Education
EDU514 Learning and Teaching Mathematics: Part A
EDU523 Inclusive Education
EDU513 Learning and Teaching English

SECOND YEAR
 
Third Semester (course progression)
EDU502 History and Geography
EDU511 Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
EDU512 Science and Technology
EDU521 Creative Arts

Fourth Semester (course progression)
RES502 Action Research
EDU515 Learning and Teaching Mathematics: Part B
EDU522 Self-Reflective Educator

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE conducted over 3 semesters (recommended: 2nd, 3rd, 4th Semesters)
EDU500 Professional Experience
Part A: 1 credit points
Part B: 3 credit points
Part C: 6 credit points
 
NB: Professional Experience, Part A is two weeks, Part B is four weeks and Part C is four weeks. Total of 10 weeks.
 
 
For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full Enrolment Guide and Student Handbook for this award.
MASTER OF TEACHING (SECONDARY)
Please read the following course structure summary for the Master of Teaching (Secondary). To qualify for this award, a student must accrue an aggregate of 160 credit points (typically completed over four, full-time semesters), including:
• 10 compulsory core subjects
• 4 curriculum subjects
• 1 compulsory action research subject
• 1 elective
 
Recommended Course Progression
 
Below is a sample subject sequence, although this can be varied depending on subject availability, pre-requisite needs, and the student’s personal circumstances.
 
FIRST YEAR

First semester (course commencement)
EDU405 Postgraduate Research and Writing
THE401 Christian Worldview
EDU401 Foundations in Christian Learning and Teaching
Curriculum subject

Second Semester (course progression)
EDU424 Australian Indigenous Multicultural Education
EDU540 Learning and Teaching, Theory and Practice
EDU523 Inclusive Education
Curriculum subject
 
SECOND YEAR

Third Semester (course progression)
EDU541 Differentiated Curriculum and Learning Management
EDU542 Learning and Teaching through ICT
EDU545 Educational Policy Development
Curriculum subject

Fourth Semester (course progression)
RES502 Action Research
Curriculum subject
Elective
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE conducted over 3 semesters (recommended: 2nd, 3rd, 4th Semesters)
EDU500 Professional Experience
Part A: 1 credit points
Part B: 3 credit points
Part C: 6 credit points
 
NB: Professional Experience, Part A is two weeks, Part B is four weeks and Part C is four weeks. Total of 10 weeks.
 
Curriculum Areas:

ENGLISH
CRS403 Curriculum Studies - English: Part A
CRS503 Curriculum Studies - English: Part B

CREATIVE ARTS
CRS431 Curriculum Studies - Drama: Part A
CRS531 Curriculum Studies - Drama: Part B
CRS433 Curriculum Studies - Music: Part A
CRS533 Curriculum Studies - Music: Part B
CRS435 Curriculum Studies - Visual Arts: Part A
CRS535 Curriculum Studies - Visual Arts: Part B

HSIE (Human Society and Its Environment)
CRS450 Curriculum Studies - Commerce
CRS550 Curriculum Studies - Business Studies
CRS502 Curriculum Studies - Economics
CRS412 Curriculum Studies - Geography: Part A
CRS512 Curriculum Studies - Geography: Part B
CRS413 Curriculum Studies - History: Part A
CRS513 Curriculum Studies - History: Part B
CRS532 Curriculum Studies – Studies of Religion

MATHEMATICS
CRS414 Curriculum Studies - Mathematics: Part A
CRS514 Curriculum Studies - Mathematics: Part B

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
CRS411 Curriculum Studies - Personal Development, Health and Physical Education: Part A
CRS511 Curriculum Studies - Personal Development, Health and Physical Education: Part B

TECHNOLOGY
CRS418 Curriculum Studies – Information and Software Technology
CRS518 Curriculum Studies – Information Processes and Technology

Elective

1 subject taken from accredited Level 8 or 9 subject offered by Alphacrucis College, such as:
EDU522 Self-Reflective Educator
EDU520 Educational Leadership
EDUXXX Independent Guided Study
 
 
For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full Enrolment Guide and Student Handbook for this award.
 

SUBJECT SELECTION

Please select your chosen campus and available subject(s). You may enrol in up to 4 subjects.

Please select your chosen campus and available subject(s).

International Students studying in Australia with a Student Visa must enrol to study a full-time load (4 subjects), unless otherwise approved.


 
If you have been approved to take any un-timetabled units by your Program Director, please complete the Variation Form to enrol in these units.
 
Reminder, enrolment requests must be submitted prior to the unit commencement date. Students cannot request to enrol via the Variation Form if the unit commencement date has passed.
 
Please enter the number of subjects that have an outstanding fee
and note that you will be charged $500 per unit. *
Press calculate to view the total cost:
$0.00
Would you like to enrol enrol in a Professional Experience (EDU500) unit this semester?
 * 🛈
Do you live in Sydney*?

*Sydney located students electing to take EDU500 are expected to attend an Extensive day on campus on Friday 11th October 2019.
Online campus students are enrolled online only.

 *
EDU500 Professional Experience is conducted over 3 semesters (Part A, B, then C)
usually in a student's 2nd, 3rd and 4th semesters
 
EDU500
Part A: 1 credit points (2 weeks)
Part B: 3 credit points (4 weeks)
Part C: 6 credit points (4 weeks)
 
Students must have completed a total of 10 weeks professional experience to be awarded this degree.

PAYMENT METHOD

*Please select your funding type: *


Are you also eligible for any AC staff or student discounts?

* INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FEE-HELP *

PLEASE SELECT AN ALTERNATE METHOD OF PAYMENT

Students who select FEE-HELP on their course application form will receive an email regarding their eCAF (electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form) during the course application process. The eCAF must be completed prior to enrolling in your first units at AC, in order for your fees to be deferred to FEE-HELP.


By selecting 'Yes' below you confirm the following is true and accurate:

1)
I have selected FEE-HELP as my payment method on my application for this course
OR
2) I have previously nominated FEE-HELP as my payment method for units undertaken in my current enrolled course at AC
AND

3) I have completed the Government eCAF (or FEE-HELP Request Form for students who commenced study and selected FEE-HELP prior to 2018) by confirming my details and providing my Tax File Number (TFN).
 
 
If you have not completed an eCAF or FEE-HELP Request Form for your current AC course, please select 'No' below.
  *

FEE HELP

You have selected 'No' to completing your eCAF (electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form).

Without a completed eCAF, you cannot proceed with your enrolment. Please contact Alphacrucis Registry department to discuss your eCAF before finalising your enrolment. 

Phone: (02) 8893 9000

Email: admissions@ac.edu.au

 

YOU MUST NOT PROCEED WITH THIS FORM UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR eCAF

OR SELECTED AN ALTERNATE METHOD OF PAYMENT


 
PAYMENT UPFRONT INSTRUCTIONS

You have selected 'Payment Upfront' and will be directed to the payment gateway when you 'Continue' at the bottom of this page.
 
Payment MUST be finalised immediately via PayPal or credit card when directed to the payment gateway page.
 
Reminder: Failure to make payment at the payment gateway will result in an incomplete submission that is not received or proceesed by Registry.
It is then the responsibility of the student to contact the College and discuss their enrolment and payment options before the unit commencement date.
 
 
DIRECT DEPOSIT INSTRUCTIONS
When making your deposit, please include your Name and Student Number as the description and advise our Accounts department of your transaction.
Phone +61 2 8893 9000
 
Account Name: Alphacrucis College
BSB Number: 062141
Account Number: 28003829
Swift Code: CTBAAU2S
Bank Name: Commonwealth Bank
Branch Name: Chester Hill, NSW
 
Reminder: payment MUST be transferred prior to the unit commencement date in order for your enrolment request to be processed.
 

Offer Code:

Please use the code "2019" as you have declared you are eligible for FEE HELP and have completed the online FEE HELP Application.

In this case, your receipt from this enrolment form will show $0.

Once you have entered the 2019 code, press 'calculate' below to ensure that the total is returned to $0.

Offer Code:

Please use the code "2019" below as you will not make a payment on this enrolment form.

In this case, you will receive an invoice inclusive of any fees owing (for payment prior to the unit commencement date) and your receipt from this enrolment form will show $0.

Once you have entered the 2019 code, press 'calculate' below to ensure that the total is returned to $0.

Offer Code:

Please use the code "2019" below as you will not make a payment on this enrolment form.

In this case, you will receive an invoice inclusive of any fees owing (for payment prior to the unit commencement date) and your receipt from this enrolment form will show $0.

Once you have entered the 2019 code, press 'calculate' below to ensure that the total is returned to $0.

Offer Code:

Please use the code "2019" below as you will not make a payment on this enrolment form.

Your receipt from this enrolment form will show $0.

Once you have entered the 2019 code, press 'calculate' below to ensure that the total is returned to $0.

Please note the total fees owing (on the next page) and ensure that your payment is transferred prior to the unit commencement date.

Current Total:
$0.00

Policies and Procedures

Withdrawal

Students may withdraw from subjects without academic penalty only if notice of withdrawal is submitted via the Enrolment Variation Form (Link) by 4:00pm on the Census Date applicable for the subject in question.

If withdrawal occurs up to 4:00pm on the Census Date, the tuition fee will be refunded but a withdrawal penalty may be charged to the student. If withdrawal occurs after 4:00pm on Census Date, the tuition fees will not be refunded.

If Alphacrucis defaults in the delivery of subjects, the arrangements set out in the Alphacrucis College Refund Policy* will be applied.

Privacy Legislation

Alphacrucis College requires the information requested in this form in order to provide you with education services and cater for particular student's needs. If you do not provide all the relevant information, we may not be able to provide such services and to assess your academic progress.

Please note that Alphacrucis College may provide your personal information and sensitive information to third parties (eg. educational institutions such as universities, colleges and accreditation boards and Australian government bodies such as Department of Education and Training, Centrelink and the Department of Home Affairs, Tuition Assurance Scheme, Tuition Protection Service) in order to provide you with education services and assess your academic progress or suitability. You can request access to your health and personal information by contacting the Privacy Officer.

 
 
For a complete copy of the policies please refer to the Policy & Procedures Manual

Declaration
I understand and accept the withdrawal and privacy policies of Alphacrucis College and I wish to be enrolled in the subjects that I have nominated. I declare that the information that I have provided herein is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. *

I understand and accept the following:

  • I must pay my fees before the unit commencement date in order for my enrolment request to be finalised.
  • Alphacrucis reserves the right not to enrol me in my chosen units due to non-payment of fees.
  • I have until Census Date to withdraw from my enrolment without penalty, or to request that my fees be allocated to FEE-HELP (for eligible students only).
 *