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“ECU’s course was by far the best choice.”
I had searched the UK, America and Australia for a Master of Strength and Conditioning program that allowed me to study online while working full-time and ECU’s course was by far the best choice. The skills and knowledge that I have attained while studying at ECU have been used in every aspect of my day-to-day role in order to better prepare my athletes. The most beneficial aspect of this course is the staff and lecturers that deliver the units. After meeting and speaking to them, I realised they are not only experts in their chosen fields, but they also have huge practical experience working in the area of strength and conditioning. My greatest personal achievement to date includes being part of an amazing football club as the Academy Strength and Conditioning Coach for Arsenal Football Club. Overall ECU is a wonderful university which offers a program that caters to all individuals and enhanced my learning experience by providing information and ideas that can be applied to all aspects of my work.
The Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science is ECU’s largest faculty, with more than 8,000 students from Australia and overseas choosing to study one of our degree programs, either locally or with one of our partner institutions abroad. We are ECU’s leading research faculty, undertaking more than seventy per cent of all research at the University, which in turn is used to inform our degree programs.
The Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science is located on ECU’s Joondalup and Mount Lawley campuses and is fortunate to have access to many state-of-the-art facilities ensuring our students and researchers have access to the latest equipment within their fields. Some of our facilities include:
We are proud to be recognised as home to the Electron Research Institute, ECU Security Research Institute and the Edith Cowan University Health and Wellness Institute. We are also home to many highly productive research centres and groups including the Centre for Communications Engineering Research, the Centre for Ecosystem Management and the Centre for Exercise and Sports Science Research. Our researchers are encouraged to explore the benefits of cross-disciplinary research, an approach that has already yielded benefits.