Choose a Master of Teaching in Primary or Secondary Education
If you've already completed a Bachelor degree or an equivalent qualification in an area other than Education, you can become a fully-qualified teacher in just two years of full-time study with a Master of Teaching.
For more information, visit the course pages Master of Teaching (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Secondary).
Secondary Education degree to address regional shortages
A Bachelor of Education (Secondary) course can now be studied at the South West Campus.
Course Coordinator Sarah Jefferson says Western Australia is currently facing a shortage of qualified high school teachers across metro, regional and remote areas. Adding this course to ECU South West will also help qualify more specialist secondary teachers in Science, Maths and English across WA.
Visit Bachelor of Education (Secondary) page.
Environmental Management and Conservation Biology
South West students can now study Environmental Management & Conservation Biology as a double major within the Bachelor of Science degree.
This is a 3-year full-time or 6-year part-time course, leading to possible career options in areas like wildlife conservation, land management and environmental science.
For more information, visit the Bachelor of Science course page.
Healthy study choices
As a South West student you can study the Bachelor of Health Science, choosing from four on-campus majors: Nutrition, Occupational & Environmental Health & Safety, Health Promotion and Occupational Safety & Health.
For details about the course and the majors to study on-campus or online, visit the Bachelor of Health Science web page.
South West students also have the opportunity to study the first year of our Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) in Bunbury.
If you're successful in Year 1, you'll complete the last 2 years of the degree at our Joondalup Campus.