Online Bachelor's Degree Programs in Australia

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The program aims to produce graduates who have a broad and coherent body of knowledge in their specific creative discipline, cognitive skills with which to critically analyse, consolidate and synthesise a variety of creative and expressive knowledges, ability to activate and develop critical thinking and judgement in identifying and solving problems with intellectual independence.
The Bachelor of Early Childhood aims to graduate students who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, practices and values inherent in contemporary understandings of best practice in early childhood education, particularly as these understandings are reflected in the expectations of the Queensland Office for Early Childhood Education and Care (formerly the Department of Communities).
The Bachelor of Education program aims to graduate students who meet the academic requirements for registration as a teacher in Queensland and who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, practices and values inherent in the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and the qualities and skills required of a USQ graduate.
The Early Childhood specialisation aims to prepare graduates who satisfy the requirements of Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority for working as educators with children from birth to eight years, and can work in early learning services, kindergarten and primary schools specialising in Prep to Year 3.
The Health and Physical Education (primary or secondary) will develop in graduates a theoretical basis and practical application of knowledge across the broad area of health and physical education and the capacity to perform a wide range of tasks required as part of teaching health and physical education or as part of involvement in various sport and/or recreational activities and organisations.
The Health and Physical Education (primary or secondary) will develop in graduates a theoretical basis and practical application of knowledge across the broad area of health and physical education and the capacity to perform a wide range of tasks required as part of teaching health and physical education or as part of involvement in various sport and/or recreational activities and organisations.
The Primary specialisation aims to prepare graduates who have had the opportunity to develop in-depth knowledge and understanding of the work of educators in P - 6 settings. Included among these options are: enhanced opportunities to focus on research in education; a focus in a particular curriculum area; the Early Years of School; Special Education; or Physical Education.
Graduates of this combined degree can teach in both primary and secondary schools (Kindergarten to Year 12), significantly expanding their career opportunities. Students complete curriculum studies in six key learning areas for primary school teaching and one secondary teaching subject in English, mathematics, geography or modern history.
The Secondary specialisation aims to prepare graduates with sound levels of content knowledge in their two nominated teaching areas.
The Special Education specialisation aims to prepare graduates who are equipped to operate successfully as teachers in both Primary and Special Education settings.
This combined degree prepares graduates to teach in up to two secondary teaching areas in English, mathematics, modern history, biology, chemistry, environmental science, physical education, geography, society and culture and Aboriginal studies. 
This combination of an Engineering program with a program in Business or Commerce provides students with the opportunity to become qualified Engineers with a strong background in business or commerce principles and practice.
The Bachelor of Health (Honours) aims to commence the research training of students from a variety of health related disciplines including sport and exercise, paramedicine, biomedical science, laboratory medicine, human services, nursing and midwifery.
The Bachelor of Health (Honours) aims to commence the research training of students from a variety of health related disciplines including sport and exercise, paramedicine, biomedical science, laboratory medicine, human services, nursing and midwifery.
The Bachelor of Health (Honours) aims to commence the research training of students from a variety of health related disciplines including sport and exercise, paramedicine, biomedical science, laboratory medicine, human services, nursing and midwifery.
The Bachelor of Health (Honours) aims to commence the research training of students from a variety of health related disciplines including sport and exercise, paramedicine, biomedical science, laboratory medicine, human services, nursing and midwifery.
The Bachelor of Health (Honours) aims to commence the research training of students from a variety of health related disciplines including sport and exercise, paramedicine, biomedical science, laboratory medicine, human services, nursing and midwifery.
This program aims to provide an enhanced understanding of the basic issues, principles and human services paradigms in the social and community sector together with skills and theoretical frameworks for people interested in becoming human services professionals in the community and non-government sector.
This program aims to provide an enhanced understanding of the basic issues, principles and human services paradigms in the social and community sector together with skills and theoretical frameworks for people interested in becoming human services professionals in the community and non-government sector.
The Bachelor of Information Technology is a vocationally-oriented program which emphasises problem solving through the use of information technology. This program focuses on the effective analysis development and management of information and communication technologies in organisations.
The Bachelor of Information Technology is a vocationally-oriented program which emphasises problem solving through the use of information technology. This program focuses on the effective analysis development and management of information and communication technologies in organisations.
The Bachelor of Information Technology is a vocationally-oriented program which emphasises problem solving through the use of information technology. This program focuses on the effective analysis development and management of information and communication technologies in organisations.
The Bachelor of Information Technology is a vocationally-oriented program which emphasises problem solving through the use of information technology. This program focuses on the effective analysis development and management of information and communication technologies in organisations.
The Bachelor of Information Technology is a vocationally-oriented program which emphasises problem solving through the use of information technology. This program focuses on the effective analysis development and management of information and communication technologies in organisations.
The Bachelor of Information Technology is a vocationally-oriented program which emphasises problem solving through the use of information technology. This program focuses on the effective analysis development and management of information and communication technologies in organisations.