An education graduate stands in front of a building , she is smiling at he camera

Course snapshot

Domestic snapshot

  • Start Date

    March, July

  • Duration

    3 years full-time; 6 years part-time

  • Location

    Gold Coast, Online

  • Placement

    Yes  Learn more

  • Course abbreviation

    BECE

  • Course code

    3007003

  • Credit points

    288

  • Equivalent units

    24

  • Scholarships

  • Indicative fee

Please note, some locations may not have all intake periods available. See the full availability details for further information.

International snapshot

  • Start Date

    February, June

  • Duration

    3 years full-time

  • Location

    Gold Coast

  • Placement

    Yes  Learn more

Please note, some locations may not have all intake periods available. See the full availability details for further information.

Overview

There is a very high demand for qualified early childhood educators in early childhood education centres and preschools.

This three-year degree (or 2.5 years fast tracked*) is an ACECQA-approved early childhood teacher qualification for early childhood settings with children from birth to five years. [Please check specific requirements in your state or territory for early childhood teachers.]

Our cutting-edge course draws on the Faculty of Education’s leading research in early childhood education and development.

Core units cover early childhood principles and practices, child development theory and application, supporting children’s learning and pedagogical approaches for early childhood education. You will also investigate contemporary issues in early childhood education, leadership and management, the arts, and health and wellbeing in the early childhood environment.

You’ll complete 85 days of professional teaching experiences in early childhood education settings as well as 10 days in a primary school setting (total 680 hours), enabling you to apply your theoretical knowledge in real world educational settings.

Full-time enrolment may require study in some years across the six study terms, from January to December.

*depending on course and specialisation pathway and term commencement.

Jack Fiedler, Education graduate and primary school teacher stands in a park in front of a picnic table that has kids backpacks on it

“I feel fortunate to be their teacher. They are at an age when their personalities are really emerging. They have such humour and curiosity. You can have a joke with them, yet at the same time they are serious about wanting to learn. They are respectful too. We respect each other.”

The Southern Cross Model is a game-changer in higher education study.

Our students now engage in shorter, six-week unit structures designed around immersive and interactive learning experiences. The shorter unit structure gives students a greater sense of momentum as they achieve milestones quickly, resulting in increased student success rates, and course and teacher satisfaction. Lectures are a thing of the past - students will be engaged in active, interactive and discussion-based learning.

On-campus students experience a variety of teaching approaches including lectures, tutorials, online activities and video-linked or podcast virtual classes.

Our online study option is highly interactive and may include a combination of podcast or video-linked lectures, electronic study materials, workshops, online discussion forums and virtual classes.

The method of teaching and assessment may vary from unit to unit.

Learn more

Course Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a course. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes (GA).

Course Learning Outcome

GA1: Intellectual rigour

Demonstrate analytical and critical skills to transform and disrupt thinking in early childhood educational based practice.

Demonstrate an understanding of diverse ways of knowing and learning in early childhood education settings to inform connected and compassionate ways of teaching.

GA2: Creativity

Demonstrate an ability to identify and solve problems with intellectual independence.

Demonstrate an ability to develop innovative and creative responses to local and global challenges in early childhood education settings.

GA3: Ethical practice

Demonstrate a knowledge of social justice and ethical principles in early childhood education settings.

Demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to legislative requirements and codes of conduct relevant to the early childhood education profession.

GA4: Knowledge of a discipline

Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding of the early years curriculum framework and National Quality Standards.

Demonstrate an evidence based understanding and knowledge of the pedagogy for effective early childhood educational practice.

GA5: Lifelong learning

Demonstrate the capacity for self-reflective learning and critical thinking with responsibility and accountability in professional practice.

Demonstrate a commitment to personal and professional development through self-directed learning and reflective practice.

GA6: Communication and social skills

Communicate clearly, coherently and independently with exposition of knowledge and ideas in both oral and written forms.

Demonstrate teamwork and leadership skills in early childhood education settings.

GA7: Cultural competence

Apply and integrate an understanding of social, indigenous and cultural diversity, and respect for the identity of all persons.

Demonstrate proactive and inclusive strategies for diverse groups in early childhood education settings

Demonstrate a broad knowledge and understanding of the impacts of culture, cultural identity and linguistic background on the education of the students from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.

This course includes 85 days of professional experience learning in early childhood education settings, as well as 10 days in primary schools (a total of 680 hours). As detailed in the Faculty of Education Professional Experience Requirements, prerequisites regarding national and state-based regulatory requirements must be met prior to commencing professional experience placements. All professional experience learning days must be completed for graduation, with professional behaviour and conduct upheld at all times.

Core content areas cover:

  • Literacy, language and pedagogical approaches 
  • Issues in contemporary education
  • Leadership and management
  • Health and wellbeing in the early childhood environment.
 
Please note: Some units in this course are only delivered online and online students may need to attend on-campus workshops.

Location Teaching period
Gold CoastTerm  1, Term  3
OnlineTerm  1, Term  3
Location Teaching period Annual Fees CRICOS
Gold CoastTerm  1, Term  3$30,832 ($3,854 per unit)110055C

Tuition fees are in Australian dollars, and are subject to change, including annual increases over the duration of a course. Annual tuition fee is based on completing 8 units per year. In addition students are required to pay OSHC for the duration of their visa in advance. Non-tuition fee covers textbooks, stationery and excursions.

Career Outcomes

Graduates will be trained Early Childhood teachers with a three-year qualification. Good career prospects exist in childcare centres, preschools and other early childhood services. You will be qualified to work with children aged six-weeks-old to six-years-old, also termed ‘birth to five years’ in early childhood settings.

The Bachelor of Early Childhood Education is accredited by the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority.

Assessment of early childhood teachers differs for each state and territory in Australia. Check with your state-based accreditation authorities regarding status as an early childhood teacher.

Requirements

We encourage you to apply for the courses you most want to study. If you are not eligible to enter your chosen course right now, our team will work with you to find the best pathway option.

Before applying, make sure you double check all entry requirements, gather required documentation and review the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, noting any specifics listed below.

Entry requirements

To meet the minimum English language requirement, an applicant must satisfy one of the following criteria:

  1. have completed senior secondary study equivalent of Australian Year 12 or have completed at least one year of full-time study (or equivalent part-time study) at AQF diploma equivalent or higher where:
    1. the country where those studies were undertaken is listed in Rules Relating to Awards – Rule 2, Section 2 – English Language Proficiency Requirements and
    2. the language of instruction was English; or
  2. achieved a minimum test score within two (2) years of the date of application for admission, equal to or above the minimum listed below:
    1. International English Language Test System (IELTS). The applicant must have a minimum overall score of 6.5, including a minimum result of 6.5 in speaking and listening, reading and writing; or
    2. International Second Language Proficiency Rating (ISLPR). The applicant must have a score of at least 4+ in each of the four areas: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
  3. successfully completed SCU's Preparing for Success Program, Transition to Uni Program, or English Language Program. 

Language requirements

English language requirements apply to International applicants and other applicants whose previous study was undertaken in a language other than English. The minimum English language requirements for such applicants for entry to this course are as follows

CategoryScore
Overall Score6.5
Reading6.5
Writing6.5
Listening6.5
Speaking6.5

Course requirements

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Early Childhood Education, students must complete the equivalent of 28 units (288 credit points), comprising:

  • 24 core units (288 credit points)
  • 4 Professional Experience units (0 credit points)

Permission to undertake a professional experience placement will at all times be at the discretion of the Executive Dean.

Exit Awards
Students may be eligible to exit with the Associate Degree of Educational Studies after completing the equivalent of 16 units (192 credit points), comprising 16 core units.

Students may be eligible to exit with the Diploma of Interdisciplinary Studies after completing the equivalent of 8 units (96 credit points), comprising 8 core units.

Inherent Requirements
Inherent Requirements apply to this course as defined on the Student Equity and Inclusion website. If you have a disability or health condition which may impact on your ability to meet these requirements please refer to the Student Equity and Inclusion website for further information and contact details.

Other things to consider

The Early Offer program allows Year 12 students to secure a place in a Southern Cross University undergraduate degree before Year 12 results are released. It’s designed to remove some of the pressure from Year 12 and provide a pathway directly into university study that is not based solely on Year 12 results.

Learn more

There are different pathways into an undergraduate degree.

Whether you are returning to study after some time or you have just finished school and you need some extra academic preparation before embarking on a degree, Southern Cross University offers two excellent, fee-free academic preparation programs that develop the skills you need to be successful at university.

SCU College also offers a range of one-year Diplomas that provide extra academic support as you commence university. Diplomas are a great pathway to a degree and may also prepare you for diverse paraprofessional roles.

Learn more

Credit for Prior Learning, also referred to as ‘Advanced Standing’ or Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL), is the process of looking at your prior study and/or experience to assess if you can be awarded academic credit or gain entry to a course on the basis of your existing knowledge and skills.

Learn more


Course structure

Your course progression is in the recommended order you should complete your course in. It is important that you follow this to ensure you meet the course requirements. For further assistance see How to Enrol in Units using My Enrolment.

Students should use course progression information to select units specific to their course and enrol in these units using My Enrolment.

Current Students should select their units by checking the Handbook for the year of their enrolment as these may be different.

View Student Handbook

Unit CodeUnit TitleAvailableCredit pointsNotes

Complete units in the following order to satisfy the Requirements of the Award

First Year

EDUC1003Education and Philosophy: Playing with Thought
Term1,3,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term1
Term1
Gold Coast
Term1,3,5
Term1,3,5
Lismore
Term1
Term1
Online
Term1,3,5
N/A
ENGL1005Foundations of English and Literacy: More than Words
Term1,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term1
Term1
Gold Coast
Term1,5
Term1,5
Lismore
Term1
Term1
Online
Term1,5
N/A
MATH1002Foundations of Mathematics and Numeracy: Numbers that Count
Summer Term
Term2,4
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term2
Term2
Gold Coast
Term2
Term2
Lismore
Term2
Term2
Online
Summer Term
Term2,4
Summer Term
SCIN1006Science and Technology: All Things Matter
Term2,4
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term2
Term2
Gold Coast
Term2,4
Term2,4
Lismore
Term2
Term2
Online
Term2,4
N/A
Anti-requisitesSCIN1003 - Foundations: Science and Technology
EDUC1006Interdisciplinary Studies: Crossing the Line
Term1,3
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term3
Term3
Gold Coast
Term1,3
Term1,3
Lismore
Term3
Term3
Online
Term1,3
N/A
Pre-requisites24 credit points in 3007002 - Bachelor of Education OR [[7215] - Bachelor of Early Childhood Education OR admitted in 1209001 - Master of Teaching OR 2125300 - Diploma of Arts and Social Sciences OR 2125500 - Diploma of Education
Enrolment informationStudents will be required to undertake an online Professional Experience Laboratory equivalent to 5 days of observations.
HLTH1002PDHPE: Mind, Body and Soul
Term3,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term3
Term3
Gold Coast
Term3,5
Term3,5
Lismore
Term3
Term3
Online
Term3,5
N/A
CLST1002HSIE: The Universe Next Door
Summer Term
Term4
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term4
Term4
Gold Coast
Term4
Term4
Lismore
Term4
Term4
Online
Summer Term
Term4
Summer Term
CRTV1001Creativity and the Arts
Summer Term
Term4
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term4
Term4
Gold Coast
Term4
Term4
Lismore
Term4
Term4
Online
Summer Term
Term4
Summer Term

Second Year

TCHR1001Principles and Practices in Early Childhood Education
Term1,3
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term1
Term1
Online
Term1,3
N/A
EDUC6009Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being
Term1,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term5
Term5
Gold Coast
Term1,5
Term1,5
Lismore
Term5
Term5
Online
Term1,5
Term1,5
Pre-requisites96 Credit points in a Bachelor of Education course OR admission to the 1207286 - Master of Teaching OR 1209001 - Master of Teaching
Anti-requisitesEDUC6003 - Inclusive Teaching
EDUC2020Education and ICT: Digital Disruptions
Summer Term
Term2
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term2
Term2
Gold Coast
Term2
Term2
Lismore
Term2
Term2
Online
Summer Term
Term2
N/A
Pre-requisites96 Credit Points
Anti-requisitesEDUC2010 - Literacy, Assessment and Information & Communication Technology
EDUC1004Education and Change: The Lifelong Learner
Term2,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term2
Term2
Gold Coast
Term2,5
Term2,5
Lismore
Term2
Term2
Online
Term2,5
Term2
Pre-requisites96 credit points
TCHR2008Theory to practice: Competency and Capability of Preschoolers
Term3
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term3
Term3
Online
Term3
N/A
Co-requisitesTCHR2007 - Professional Experience: Early Childhood I
Anti-requisitesTCHR5004 - Education and Care I: Preschoolers
Enrolment informationStudents MUST enrol prior to Week 1. This unit provides intensive workshops which begin on day 1 of teaching and assessment that are aligned with the Early Childhood Placement.
TCHR2007Professional Experience: Early Childhood I
Dual Term3
0 Note 1
LocationDomesticInternational
Online
Dual Term3
Dual Term3
Co-requisitesTCHR2008 - Theory to practice: Competency and Capability of Preschoolers
Anti-requisitesTCHR5004 - Education and Care I: Preschoolers
Enrolment informationStudents to enrol by the date specified by the Professional Experience Team to ensure a placement can be arranged. All students are required to meet participation requirements including compulsory attendance at the residential, either online or face to face. Students are to provide evidence of compliance for all placement requirements prior to attending professional placement. Full details are available at: www.scu.edu.au/education/education-profession/professional-experience/
TCHR2003Curriculum Studies in Early Childhood
Term1,3,4
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term3
Term3
Online
Term1,3,4
Term1,3,4
Enrolment informationStudents enrol by the date specified by the Professional Experience Team to ensure a placement can be arranged. Students provide evidence of compliance for all placement requirements prior to attending professional placement. Full details are available at: www.scu.edu.au/education/education-profession/professional-experience/
TCHR1002Play and Pedagogies in Early Childhood Education
Summer Term
Term4
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term4
Term4
Online
Summer Term
Term4
Summer Term
TCHR2011Professional Experience: Early Childhood II
Dual Term4
0 Note 1
LocationDomesticInternational
Online
Dual Term4
Dual Term4
Co-requisitesTCHR2010 - Theory to Practice: Education and Care for Infants and Toddlers (mandatory co-requisite)
Anti-requisitesTCHR3003 - Education and Care II: Infants and Toddlers
Enrolment informationStudents enrol by the date specified by the Professional Experience Team to ensure a placement can be arranged. Students are to provide evidence of compliance for all placement requirements prior to attending professional placement. Full details are available at: www.scu.edu.au/education/education-profession/professional-experience/
TCHR2010Theory to Practice: Education and Care for Infants and Toddlers
Term5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term5
Term5
Online
Term5
N/A
Co-requisitesTCHR2011 - Professional Experience: Early Childhood II (mandatory co-requisite)
Enrolment informationStudents MUST enrol prior to Week 1. This unit provides intensive workshops which begin on day 1 of teaching and assessment aligned with the Early Childhood Placement.

Third Year

EDUC3023Inclusive and Special Education: The Responsive Teacher
Term1,3
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term1
Term1
Gold Coast
Term1,3
Term1,3
Online
Term1,3
Term1
Pre-requisites96 Credit points in a Bachelor of Education course.
Anti-requisitesEDUC2009 - Supporting Learners with Diverse Abilities
Enrolment informationBachelor of Education students must complete all first year units (96 CP) prior to enrolling in this unit to meet NESA Accreditation requirements.
TCHR3001Early Childhood Matters
Term1,4
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term1,4
Term1,4
Online
Term1,4
Term1,4
TCHR6007Creative Arts for Early Childhood Education
Term2
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term2
Term2
Online
Term2
Term2
TCHR2013Professional Experience: Early Childhood III
Dual Term2
0 Note 1
LocationDomesticInternational
Online
Dual Term2
Dual Term2
Pre-requisitesTCHR2007 - Professional Experience: Early Childhood I
Enrolment informationStudents MUST provide evidence of compliance for all placement requirements prior to attending professional placement. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/education/education-profession/professional-experience/ Only ONE placement can be completed in a Term unless approval has been granted by the Director of Professional Experience.
TCHR6006Health, Wellbeing and the Environment in Early Childhood Education
Term2
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term2
Term2
Online
Term2
Term2
TCHR2002Children, Families and Communities
Term3,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term3,5
Term3,5
Online
Term3,5
Term3,5
EDUC2021Storylines: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking
Term3,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term3
Term3
Gold Coast
Term3
Term3
Lismore
Term3
Term3
Online
Term3,5
N/A
Pre-requisites96 Credit Points
TCHR3010Professional Experience: Early Childhood IV
Dual Term3
0 Note 1
LocationDomesticInternational
Online
Dual Term3
N/A
Pre-requisitesTCHR2008 - Theory to practice: Competency and Capability of Preschoolers
Enrolment informationStudents MUST provide evidence of compliance for all placement requirements prior to attending professional placement. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/education/education-profession/professional-experience/ Only ONE placement can be completed in a Term unless approval has been granted by the Director Professional Experience.
TCHR3004Leadership and Advocacy in Early Childhood
Term4,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Gold Coast
Term4
Term4
Online
Term4,5
Term4,5
Enrolment information Students enrol by the date specified by the Professional Experience Team to ensure a placement can be arranged. Students provide evidence of compliance for all placement requirements prior to attending professional placement. Full details are available at: www.scu.edu.au/education/education-profession/professional-experience/
EDUC3024Education and the Environment: More than Human
Summer Term
Term3,5
12
LocationDomesticInternational
Coffs Harbour
Term5
Term5
Gold Coast
Summer Term
Term3,5
Summer Term
Term3,5
Lismore
Term5
Term5
Online
Summer Term
Term3,5
Term3,5
Pre-requisites96 Credit points in a Bachelor of Education course OR admission to the 1207286 - Master of Teaching OR 1209001 - Master of Teaching
Enrolment informationThis is a Capstone unit and ONLY completed in the final year of study. This unit requires students to undertake Community Engaged Learning.


Note 1:

This unit involves a professional experience placement.

Note 2:

This unit involves observation days.

Unit CodeUnit TitleNotes

Core Units -students must undertake all of the following.

EDUC1003Education and Philosophy: Playing with Thought
ENGL1005Foundations of English and Literacy: More than Words
MATH1002Foundations of Mathematics and Numeracy: Numbers that Count
EDUC1006Interdisciplinary Studies: Crossing the Line Note 2
SCIN1006Science and Technology: All Things Matter
CRTV1001Creativity and the Arts
TCHR1002Play and Pedagogies in Early Childhood Education
HLTH1002PDHPE: Mind, Body and Soul
CLST1002HSIE: The Universe Next Door
TCHR1001Principles and Practices in Early Childhood Education
TCHR2008Theory to practice: Competency and Capability of Preschoolers
TCHR2003Curriculum Studies in Early Childhood
EDUC1004Education and Change: The Lifelong Learner
EDUC6009Education and Indigenous Australians: Ways of Knowing and Being
EDUC2021Storylines: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking
TCHR2010Theory to Practice: Education and Care for Infants and Toddlers
EDUC3023Inclusive and Special Education: The Responsive Teacher
TCHR3001Early Childhood Matters
TCHR6007Creative Arts for Early Childhood Education
TCHR6006Health, Wellbeing and the Environment in Early Childhood Education
EDUC2020Education and ICT: Digital Disruptions
TCHR2002Children, Families and Communities
EDUC3024Education and the Environment: More than Human
TCHR3004Leadership and Advocacy in Early Childhood
TCHR2007Professional Experience: Early Childhood I Note 1
TCHR2011Professional Experience: Early Childhood II Note 1
TCHR2013Professional Experience: Early Childhood III Note 1
TCHR3010Professional Experience: Early Childhood IV Note 1

Why Education at SCU

5-star rating

5-star rating for postgraduate overall experience, student support, skills development and teaching quality in Education and Training

(GUG 2023)

Higher starting salary

Graduates have a higher starting salary than national average in Teacher Education

(Graduate Outcomes Survey 2017-2019)

Graduate employment

90% of graduates employed within four months of completing their course

(Graduate Outcomes Survey 2017-2019)

Fees and Scholarships

Domestic students

You are a domestic student if you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident, New Zealand citizen, or Australian humanitarian visa holder. Your course will either be a Commonwealth Supported Place or a full fee-paying place. This is noted in the course snapshot.

Commonwealth Supported Places:

In a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP), the Government pays some of your fees and you pay the rest as the Student Contribution Amount (SCA).

SCA is calculated per unit, not per course. Eligible students can defer the SCA through a HECS-HELP loan.

Full Fee-Paying Places:

A full fee-paying place is where you pay the full (unsubsidised) tuition fee for your course. Eligible students can defer the payment of their tuition fees through the FEE-HELP scheme (including employer-reserved places for The Hotel School courses).

Also known as SSAF, the Student Services and Amenities Fee is a compulsory fee for most students used to provide important services and amenities to students both on and off campus. It’s charged per unit, based on the unit’s credit point value. Eligible domestic students have the option of deferring this fee through the SA-HELP loan scheme. More about SSAF

Depending on your course, your costs could also include computer equipment and software, books, stationery, field trips, uniforms or other course-specific expenses such as art materials, musical equipment or travel for practicums, internships, vaccinations or industry experience.

Southern Cross University offers a range of scholarships for undergraduate (your first degree), postgraduate, Indigenous Australian students as well as international students. There are also scholarships available to help you study overseas for a short period as an international exchange student. Scholarships range from a few hundred dollars a year to several thousand dollars a year.

More about scholarships

Further fee information

Fees and Scholarships

International Students

If you're an international student, you can find the annual course cost in Australian dollars (AUD$) on our International Courses and Fees page or on the web page for your course under fees.

Also known as SSAF, the Student Services and Amenities Fee is a compulsory fee for most students used to provide important services and amenities to students both on and off campus. It’s charged per unit, based on the unit’s credit point value. Eligible domestic students have the option of deferring this fee through the SA-HELP loan scheme. More about SSAF

Depending on your course, your costs could also include computer equipment and software, books, stationery, field trips, uniforms or other course-specific expenses such as art materials, musical equipment or travel for practicums, internships, vaccinations or industry experience.

Southern Cross University offers a range of scholarships for undergraduate (your first degree), postgraduate, Indigenous Australian students as well as international students. There are also scholarships available to help you study overseas for a short period as an international exchange student. Scholarships range from a few hundred dollars a year to several thousand dollars a year.

More about scholarships

Further fee information

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