Selected subjects within the Bachelor of Health Science degrees can be completed on campus, with regular online intakes that mean you can study outside traditional semester periods. However clinic-based based practicums and other subjects must be completed at one of our campuses, therefore these degrees cannot be studied fully online (see below for fully online study options).
Students in their final semesters of study complete their clinical practice in Endeavour's on campus professional natural medicine clinics, which are open to the public.
Endeavour recognises it isn't always possible to make it to campus when trying to balance work and personal commitments. We offer students who cannot, or choose not to learn on campus the ability to study some subjects online.
Online subjects include many Biosciences and Social Sciences, some herbal medicine and nutrition, as well as homeopathy and some wellness subjects. In fact, Endeavour now offers a number of accredited courses in fully online delivery mode, including the new 6-month Undergraduate Certificates and the Bachelor of Complementary Medicine. There are a few methods of online delivery used at Endeavour; see Types of classes below for more information. However, Bachelor of Health Science degree study requires students, at various stages, to undertake practical and clinical subjects only in an on campus classroom or clinic environment. Depending on the course, students will be required to complete hours of clinical practice putting into practice the skills they have learnt in their particular modality.
When studying online students are supported with a dedicated online tutor for each subject to help support their learning.
In addition, Endeavour offers a number of Non Award Single Subjects that can be studied online.
Find out more about studying online.
To use our online study platform it is recommended that you are running the latest versions of your operating systems (OS) for desktop, laptop and mobile devices as well as the latest version of your preferred browser. For the best online study experience, please ensure you have the following:
Face-to-Face (On Campus) - this class is conducted at your nominated campus with a teacher and other students in an allocated classroom or student clinic. Some subjects may also be offered in a ‘mixed’ delivery mode where a portion of the subject is delivered on campus and a portion using live streaming and/or supplemented by online materials.
Online (Remote) - this class is conducted in an online learning environment. While you are welcome to attend campus to use the facilities (including library) and are required to attend campus for formal exams, you are not required to attend a formal classroom for your teaching to occur. All learning materials will be provided via the LMS.