Bachelor of Education (Early Years)
- Australian Accredited Qualification
- 100% online | Equivalent to on-campus qualifications
- Overseas students eligible, no visa required
About the Course
Information systems (IS) refers to the business side of technology. It looks at the way businesses structure their information architecture and the ways people and organisations use technology to improve their processes and workflows. This course gives you the skills to analyse data, existing information systems, plan new systems and find solutions to common IS management issues.
Information systems teaches you to use technology to effectively capture and use digital information in a business environment. An information systems professional focuses on applying technology and strategic decision-making to the managing of vast quantities of business’ information. In this course you’ll focus on developing and applying information technology solutions to real-life business problems. You’ll learn how to perform business analytics, develop business intelligence tool and the ability to critically analyse an organisation’s information needs so that you can decide on the best information management approach.
* Price for the online Bachelor of Education (Early Years) is based on Commonwealth Supported Place (HECS).
The Bachelor of Education (Early Years) is provided by Deakin University which has no affiliation with EDNA. This is a resource provided for students that are interested in studying Australian courses online.
|Unit Code||Unit Name||Unit Type|
|ELN010 (zero (0) credit points)||Australian Literacy Test||Core|
|ELN011 (zero (0) credit points)||Australian Numeracy Test||Core|
|ECE110||Child Development 1||Core|
|ECE111||Curriculum 1: Pedagogies and Play||Core|
|ECE112||Curriculum 2: Planning and Assessment for Teaching and Learning||Core|
|ECP128||Professional Knowledge (0-2 Years)||Core|
|ECE130||Partnerships with Families and Communities||Core|
|ECE120||Contemporary Perspectives of Education||Core|
|ECE116||Promoting Health, Wellbeing and Nutrition||Core|
|ECE140||Creative Arts 1: Young Children and the Arts||Core|
|ECE220||Science 1: Science and Environmental Awareness for Young Children||Core|
|ECE230||Language and Literacy Development in Early Childhood||Core|
|ECE211||Mathematical Learning in the Early Years||Core|
|ECE241||Creative Arts 2: Music and Visual Arts||Core|
|ECP228||Professional Practice 2 (3-5 Years)||Core|
|ECE360||Protective Education and Child Well-Being||Core|
|ECE370||Guiding Engaged, Resilient Learners||Core|
|ECE491||Perspectives of Management and Leadership||Core|
|ECE404 (commences 2018)||Inclusive Education for Young Children||Core|
|EEO320||Humanities Education Across the Primary Levels||Core|
|ECP410||Professional Teaching Practice and Child Study (0-3 Years)||Core|
|ECE420||Supporting Children Making Transitions||Core|
|ECE430||Teacher as Researcher||Core|
|ECE320||Science 2: Science and Design Technology||Core|
|ECE330||Multiliterate Learners in Early Years and School Environments||Core|
|ECE455||Effective Primary Mathematics Learning||Core|
|ECP327||Professional Engagement 1 (Primary School 1)||Core|
|ECP427||Professional Engagement 2 (Primary School 2)||Core|
School leavers will be based on the following
- Results in the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or its equivalent.
- Pre-requisite units 3 and 4.
- A study score of at least 25 in English as an additional language or 20 in English other than EAL.
Requirements for non-school leavers:
- Certificate IV in a related study field OR
- Nationally accredited Diploma in any field OR
- Degree from another institution or least two Deakin University units OR
- other evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent for example relevant work or life experience