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Online Courses & Degrees

At Swinburne Online, we have a range of courses over a number of disciplines, so that you can study the right course to help you get your dream job or progress your career. Choose from our range of qualifications to discover your passion and achieve your goals.

Choose from 43 online courses.
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Bachelor of Laws

level of study Undergraduate

intake Mar, Jul, Oct 2022


Bachelor of Accounting

level of study Undergraduate

intake Mar, Jul, Nov

Flexible Online Support


Flexible study

Swinburne’s 100% online courses offer you highly flexible study options. You’ll be able to study whenever you want, from wherever you want. Our online courses allow you to fit in your learning at a time that suits you, so that you can still put your family, work and personal life first.


Industry experience

We understand that students want real industry experience. At Swinburne, your online course puts practical, job-ready skills at the forefront of everything you do. Whether that’s through (WIL) Work Integrated Learning, industry projects or practical classwork, we’ll ensure you feel ready by the time you apply for your first job.


Online but never alone

Just because you’re studying online doesn’t mean you’re studying alone. At Swinburne Online, we have a vast network of support services available to you. Our Student Advisors are available seven days a week for general course enquiries, and you’ll be able to connect with your fellow peers through your online campus.

What are other students asking?

Swinburne Online students receive the same qualification as students at Swinburne University of Technology, an internationally ranked university with 30,000 students across its Melbourne and overseas campuses.
If you are applying to study a degree at Swinburne Online, enrolments close approximately 10 days before the start of each teaching period. Our teaching periods run three times a year, from March to June, July to October and November to February. For TAFE students, you can enrol at any time and begin your self-paced studies at a variety of start dates that suit you. For full details about start dates, visit our key dates page.
We can potentially offer students unit exemptions for our undergraduate courses, based on diploma and higher education qualifications undertaken within the last 10 years.
Previous studies don’t necessarily need to be related to the field you’re looking to pursue with us to make you eligible for exemptions. We can also award unit exemptions towards our postgraduate courses, where previously completed studies are considered academically equivalent (i.e. postgraduate level) and have been completed within the last 10 years.
TAFE students may be eligible to receive credit for previous study and work experience. If you’ve completed units or certificates at another recognised institute or training organisation, you may be able to apply for a credit transfer. Alternatively, if you have significant work experience related to your studies, you can apply to have this recognised through recognition of prior learning.