We offer a wide range of courses which are available for study online.
Studying a course online will enable you to study the course without ever having to come to an ECU campus.
This is an option for students, who for reasons such as distance, domestic responsibilities, work commitments or disability would prefer not to relocate to study.
If you study online, your ECU student email account will be used for most correspondence to you, for example any exam information, or unit updates from coordinators and tutors.
If you live relatively close to an ECU campus, you’ll be able to access campus facilities and learning support services. If not, some support services can still be accessed online.
You can purchase textbooks from a Co-Op Shop on one of our campuses, or by ordering them online.
Resources are available to off-campus students via the ECU Library.
You can conduct research online through the library databases and online catalogue and they’ll provide you with copies of journal articles and books if you live a long way from an ECU campus.
Most online units will require you to attend a final examination. You can register your attendance at one of our examination centre locations using Student Information Management Online (SIMO).
SIMO is also used to enrol for your study units.
We matched 53 courses.
Provides students with a foundation in communication, cultural literacy and research skills, and a unique opportunity to study across a variety of disciplines.
Provides graduates in the addiction studies field with a strong psychological focus. This addition complements the area of psychology.
Provides students with basic counselling skills to complement their psychological knowledge.
Designed for students who wish to pursue further study in the area of psychology, forensic psychology or justice, or who wish to be employed within the criminal justice system.
Equips students with the theory, practical experience and transferable employability skills, including leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, communication and problem-solving, required to succeed in a wide range of business careers.
Enhances the professional preparation and career options of both Human Resource Management (HRM) practitioners and Psychologists.
Focuses on the practical and theoretical dimensions of computer science, and prepares students for careers in the fields of computing and software development.
Provides students with theoretical foundations, beginning therapeutic skills and first self-reflective clinical practice proficiency in counselling.
Brings together the key aspects of national and international security with an emphasis on contemporary security issues.
Recommended for students with an interest in criminology, social justice and the justice system.
Focuses on the care and education of children aged 0-8 years, in partnership with families and communities.
A progressive course dedicated to producing future teachers ready to enter the primary education teacher profession.
Prepares students to be able to make a positive contribution to enhancing the health of communities.
Focuses on the practical and theoretical dimensions of information technology, and prepares students for careers in the fields of information technology, computer security, wireless computing and information services.
Enables those with a Bachelor degree to complete a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in three years of full-time study or part-time equivalent.
Equips students with skills for the courtroom and beyond, providing greater scope and options for a rewarding career in the legal, corporate, commercial and social justice fields.
Provides students with the theory, practical experience and employability skills, including leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, communication and problem-solving, required for employment in a wide range of professions.
This double degree enables students who wish to study Law, and Criminology & Justice to obtain a degree in both fields.
This double degree combination enables students to gain skills in law and psychological science providing a broad range of career opportunities.
Designed for students with a humanities background who are interested in careers comprising psychology and areas from arts and humanities, such as children studies, youth work, human services, disability and justice.
Focuses on the practical and theoretical dimensions of IT security across a range of fundamental areas, such as network security and vulnerability assessment, information security, digital forensics, wireless device security and database security.
Designed to develop knowledge and skills in security management, risk management and security technologies.
Broadens students understanding of themselves, their community and society, as well as preparing them for work as policy makers, managers and practitioners within the community/public service sector.
Provides a professional education in the field of social work. It develops the students' ability to work within a complex, uncertain and contested social work practice environment by developing their professional competencies.
Provides a pathway for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students to enter into most undergraduate courses at ECU. Students develop the academic skills and the cultural understandings of university necessary to succeed in higher education.
Prepares students for university-level study by teaching them the required skills for academic success, with an emphasis on the student becoming an independent learner.
Provides an entry pathway to selected undergraduate teaching degrees at ECU, as well as enabling entry into several non-teaching undergraduate degrees.
A fourth year of study for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Computer Science, or equivalent.
Qualifies individuals to apply a body of knowledge in a public health context to undertake professional work, and provides a pathway for research and further learning.
A fourth year of study for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Information Technology, or equivalent. The course consists of two components, the first comprising of content units, while the second takes the form of a major project.
A fourth year of study in which students complete a research project on an agreed topic.
Enables students to explore an area of study in greater depth, as well as build research experience and further develop the skills from their undergraduate studies.
Enhances students' knowledge and research skills which can be applied in the varied professional roles in community services.
Provides members of the WA Police Force who work in the Risk Assessment Unit with a formal qualification.
Offers an introduction to counselling skills for those with practice experience.