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Overview

The Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science is ECU’s largest and most diverse faculty, offering a wide range of degree programs that are informed by its extensive research portfolio. Our faculty maintains strong links with industry and engages with communities in the local, national and international arenas. Our state-of-the-art facilities ensure students and researchers have access to the latest equipment used in their field.

Study areas 

The Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science offers a wide range of popular degree programs across the following study areas:

News & events

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Off by one: A bug hunting story

Mr Peter Hannay will present a SIG Seminar on 21 August in which he discusses identifying and tracing a compiler bug to its root cause.

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When sorry isn't enough

We all know how important it is to say sorry when we’ve done something wrong, but when is a simple apology not enough?

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Mission Impossible screening – In support of Melanoma Research

Support Melanoma Research by purchasing a ticket to see a special screening of the latest Mission Impossible movie at Event Cinemas Innaloo on Monday, 10 August 2015.

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Student testimonials

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"I chose ECU because it is a University that believes everyone has the right to a higher education, an ethos I support."

Shane Cucow

Social Science student

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"Psychology not only opens your eyes to a whole new world, but also to a new way of thinking."

Sarah Barbas

Psychology and Criminology graduate and PhD student

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"I wanted to study a course covering all things related to computers - both the hardware and software."

Michael De Gouveia

Engineering (Computer Systems) graduate

Research activity

Our faculty is committed to high quality research that contributes positively to our society. We aim to develop practical solutions to current problems. Housing two of the University’s research institutes and eight research centres, our research is centred around five areas of research strength: Health and Wellness, Environment and Sustainability, Engineering and ICT Photonics, Security, and Society.

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