Why study online?
We understand that studying on campus doesn't suit everyone's lifestyle. Access your course materials and assessment anytime, from anywhere.
A real-world education
Studying online doesn't mean you sacrifice quality. Graduate with the same high quality degree as our on-campus students.
Keep up with a changing world and the contemporary workforce. Evolve with technology and study our up-to-the-minute courses.
Questions about study? Get help when you need it. Access student advice and some of our support services seven days a week.
Fully online degrees
Our online courses have the same course content as those we offer on campus, but with the benefit of studying where and when you like. You'll still learn from the best, complete industry-relevant assessment, and focus your studies on real-world problem-solving.
Study a short course for professional or personal development. These short courses are offered online.
Module Plus - Inclusive strategies for the autism spectrum
Through this assessment module, you will expand your knowledge of how to support the inclusion of children and adolescents on the autism spectrum in your field of practice. You will analyse potential barriers in your context and apply appropriate universal teaching strategies to eliminate these barriers to strengthen the engagement and participation of learners with autism.Explore this course
Module Plus - Inclusive education: Core concepts and essential knowledge
Apply your knowledge of inclusive education history, concepts and legal obligations. Through this assessment module, you will expand and share your knowledge to help others understand what inclusion is and how it differs from integration, segregated special education and exclusion. You will also analyse and discuss educators’ legal obligations to support students with a disability.Explore this course
Inclusive strategies for the autism spectrum
This module will cover the characteristics of children and adolescents on the autism spectrum and appropriate universal teaching strategies in a range of inclusive education environments (e.g. early childhood and care settings, primary school, middle years and senior years). You’ll learn how to apply Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as a strategy to help children and adolescents on the autism spectrum improve their participation, engagement and achievement in inclusive education environments.Explore this course
Module Plus - Creating apps in the classroom
You will apply your knowledge and skills to build an app and prepare a curriculum or lesson plan explaining how you will implement it in your educational context. After conducting the learning experience, you will evaluate it by gathering feedback from your students and reflecting on what you have learned before documenting your recommendations.Explore this course
Module Plus - Teaching phonics in early childhood
Deepen your understanding of how to teach phonics to children through play-based learning by completing this authentic assessment. You will draw on what you know about contemporary debates in phonics teaching and your pedagogical beliefs.Explore this course
Bullying in schools: What can teachers do?
This module is an opportunity to reflect on how your school currently manages bullying behaviour and to plan how you can contribute to greater positive outcomes. As a classroom teacher or school leader, you will compare and contrast your approach with the latest recommendations made by researchers who have studied the impact of prevailing attitudes, popular strategies and common challenges.Explore this course
Open online learning
Open online learning offer free online courses (massive open online courses, or MOOCs). Anyone can study these courses with no cost and no obligation.
Explore interesting new fields like robotics, social media analytics, and big data.
Partially online courses
Some of our courses have online components, and might even be mostly online. However, you'll still need to come to campus occasionally. We call this 'flexible delivery'.
While you'll be able to access most of your lectures and course materials online, you might have to be on campus for labs and practical learning, intensive study blocks, industry placement or exams.