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Study at your own pace at a time that works best for you, wherever you are.
Storytelling, discussion, peer support and visible learning make studying online with Murdoch and FutureLearn a powerful way to learn online.
You can gain postgraduate-level qualifications when you choose to study online through our partner FutureLearn, a global social learning platform that offers a flexible, highly-interactive digital learning experience.
You may also enrol in a free taster course that will also be counted towards a full qualification.
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Enjoy free taster modules before committing to a full online degree.
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Access course content on mobile, tablet or desktop, wherever you have internet connection.
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Get access to high-quality videos and online discussion, interact with your peers and receive support from Murdoch’s world-class academics.
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Graduate Certificate in One Health
Graduate Certificate in Health Administration, Policy and Leadership
I found the quizzes useful. I also enjoyed the readings. I am definitely more aware of the challenges we face with our biosecurity in Australia, and I feel like I am more aware of how I can contribute. Very well structured and interesting!Lauren Manont, Graduate Certificate in One Health
Get a glimpse of the next units available on FutureLearn
LLM614 Health Law
The Health Law unit will provide an overview of the basic concepts and some current topics in the area where health provision intersects the law. It will cover the national and international legal and regulatory framework - focusing on consent, medical liability and the regulation of practitioners. Controversial topics such as access to medicines and compulsion in treatment will also be introduced in order to explore the limits of the law. Health Law is a unit in the Graduate Certificate in Health Administration, Policy and Leadership.
VET656 Public Health and Epidemiology
The Public Health and Epidemiology unit provides students with a firm foundation in theoretical and practical questions implicated in the study of public health. Population health approaches to public health challenges, in local and global context, will be examined. The unit introduces students to the skills of applying epidemiological principles to public health and clinical practice. This includes undertaking scientific assessment of the health literature, with a strong emphasis on critical appraisal of health data analysis. This is a unit in the Graduate Certicate in Health Adminsitration, Policy and Leadership and the Graduate Certificate in One Health.
Reasons to study at Murdoch
Whether you prefer structured support or simply want a friendly person to chat to, we provide many forms of help and support from day one.
Complete a free taster on FutureLearn
Global Biosecurity for One Health
Explore the One Health approach, develop your understanding of the environmental, economic and social impacts of pests and diseases and explore how biosecurity can protect human, animal and environmental health.
Healthy Futures: How Can We Create the Most Effective Healthcare System?
Gain insight into global challenges in healthcare and how public health policies affect our daily lives. Explore how to design health responses to ensure that people can access the right care and discover what it takes solve some of the world’s biggest health problems.
Security, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism
Learn what it means to be secure by developing your knowledge of global challenges posed by conflict and terrorism. Get an introduction to issues of security, terrorism and counter terrorism, the causes behind security threats, and the weapons and technology used in response. This taster course commences 2nd September 2019.
Studying through FutureLearn
Social learning is a key characteristic of the FutureLearn platform, so as well as critique and quiz activities, there will be ample opportunity to engage and converse with your peers.
How it works
- Introduce yourself to your classmates and academics - you'll be notified when the course is ready to start.
- Start the course - your ‘to do list’ in the FutureLearn dashboard will show you what you need to do next.
- Complete and decide what's next - if you choose to continue studies, often the free taster module can be counted towards a full degree
How to apply as a current Murdoch student
You may be given the opportunity to complete a unit via FutureLearn as part of your course.
- Enrol in the unit by logging in to MyInfo and select 'Enrol'.
- Follow the self enrolment steps and when you get to the 'Units' step, search for the unit and select the version with the FTLEARN campus/location.
- You will be given further instructions about setting up your FutureLearn account.
You must complete the free taster course as part of the unit. Please note that this will start earlier than your other units.
When can I study?
Courses are available over three teaching periods throughout the year:
Teaching Period 1: 28th January - 10th May 2019
Teaching Period 2: 13th May - 23rd August 2019
Teaching Period 3: 26th August - 6th December 2019