City’s MSc Health Policy is the ideal route for graduates looking to start, change or develop their career within the health policy field. It combines an international focus and academic rigour with the development of practical, transferable skills that can be applied in a wide range of real-world health policy, planning and management settings.
We welcome applications from graduates (UK or international) from any academic discipline. The course is suitable for established professionals from a wide range of backgrounds, including:
Health and health care policy are at the top of the political agenda around the world. People are living longer, consumers are expecting more from their health services and chronic illnesses are becoming prevalent. Medical technology is advancing rapidly, creating ever-increasing demand for the latest treatments.
Health policy affects and is affected by all of these factors. It aims to meet the growing challenges facing health systems by providing answers to such questions as:
City’s MSc in Health Policy gives you the knowledge and tools you need to understand, analyse and influence the health policy process, and to operate within an increasingly complex policy environment.
You will analyse the social, political and economic factors that affect policy at a local, national and international level. You will explore how and where policy is made, and who the key players are; and learn how to present your ideas clearly and persuasively to a range of influential stakeholders to bring about change.
You will have the opportunity to do a placement, but it is not a formal requirement of the course. We encourage you to create your own. One recent student worked within the refugee camp in Calais alongside the NGO Doctors of the World as part of her dissertation research on refugee access to health care.
You will learn through a mix of lectures, class discussions and seminars, student presentations, case study analysis, interactive computer-based exercises, a virtual learning environment (Moodle) and self-directed reading.
Lecturers are drawn from City's Schools of Health Sciences and Arts and Social Sciences. A number of distinguished external honorary and guest lecturers have also taught on the programme, including:
City has an international reputation for academic excellence in the areas of health and food policy, health services research, health management, health economics and executive leadership across a broad range of professional disciplines. You will learn from and alongside colleagues who aim to influence health policy and lead health-related initiatives.
Modules are assessed through a combination of written coursework, group work and examination. The assessments reflect the learning objectives of the modules.
You will take five core taught modules, which cover the main topics and issues within health policy, the health policy process, the principles of policy analysis, and research methods.
You will also choose two or three further elective modules covering a range of related areas, including public health, global health and health management and leadership.
Because health and health care are such high priorities for both the public and policy makers, health policy specialists will continue to be in high demand. Therefore, if you are working or want to work within any health-related organisation in the public, private or third sectors, this course will help you develop the key transferable skills you need to succeed.
Graduates of the MSc Health Policy have gone on to a variety of policy, campaigning/advocacy and research roles within the public sector such as:
The MPH program is the result of a longstanding collaboration between the Rutgers School of Public Health (SPH) and the Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA). The degree is conferred by the Rutgers School of Public Health. Individuals wishing admission to the MPH program must apply to the Department of Urban Health Administration in the Rutgers School of Public Health (SPH).
Students in this program take classes at both Newark-based schools. Candidates for the MPH degree complete 45 credits of coursework, which includes 21 credits taken in the School of Public Health (the MPH core), 12 specialization credits, 9 of which are taken at SPAA (specialization requirements in the SPH Department of Urban Health Administration), and 12 elective credits as approved by the student’s advisor.
The MPH program prepares students for leadership in the development, implementation, management, and evaluation of organizations and programs that address the public health needs of urban and disadvantaged populations. Students in this program receive a solid foundation in public health, and also learn best practices in public administration, gaining knowledge about the creation and maintenance of effective, efficient, responsive, and ethical public health organizations and programs.
Candidates for the MPH degree complete 45 credits of coursework, which includes 21 credits taken in the School of Public Health (the MPH core), 12 specialization credits, 9 of which are taken at SPAA (specialization requirements in the SPH Department of Urban Health Administration), and 12 elective credits as approved by the student’s advisor.
MPH Core Courses (15 credits/5 classes)
Urban Health Administration Core Courses (12 credits)
Urban Health Administration Elective Course (12 credits)
Students take elective courses in public health and public administration as approved by their advisor.
Fieldwork (6 credits)
The University of Haifa’s International Master’s Program in Global Health Leadership and Administration is dedicated to providing students with a strong foundation from which to critically examine current global health challenges. The next generation of health care leaders will require a comprehensive understanding of society’s many facets and how they each relate to public health issues. They will also need to have sophisticated leadership skills in order to serve an ever more complex society, and to manage cross-cutting, multi-sectoral, top-down and bottom-up comprehensive programs, within and beyond the health services. In an increasingly integrated world marked by growing disparity, public health leaders will also need to be aware of how global and national forces affect health within and between national borders.
The Global Health Leadership and Administration program nurtures the required high levels of sophistication, excellent leadership and communication skills, and a deep knowledge of public and global health in order to prepare future practitioners and researchers for leadership roles in settings across the globe. The one-year program is taught in English over three consecutive semesters, from October through September.
The curriculum is made up of a variety of courses that cover all facets of the field of Global Health and Administration including core courses in introducing the field, epidemiology, biostatistics and research methods. A full range of elective courses can be viewed here. The course also includes a capstone project and a structured and supervised professional practicum.
Global public health is a multidisciplinary specialty, leaving graduates of the program with a broad range of career options. Graduates will be well placed to pursue careers in ministries of health, non-governmental organizations, multi-lateral agencies (such as WHO), governmental agencies (USAID, in-country ministry of health, etc.), advocacy groups, disaster relief organizations, or research and academic institutions in positions such as Public Health Analysts and Public Health Advisors, Disease Control Consultants, and Health and Wellness Managers.
Elective courses, a practicum, a Capstone Course also part of the curriculum.
For more information on the course curriculum and course description please click here.
Manfred Green, MD, PhD, MPH is currently the director of the Global Health Leadership and Administration MPH program and previously served as head of the University of Haifa School of Public Health, where he is a professor in the Department of Epidemiology. He also serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Georgia, College of Public Health in the United States. He received his medical degree at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, his MPH and PhD at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and his BSc in mathematical statistics at the University of Witwatersrand. He previously served as head of the public health branch for the Israel Defense Forces, as well as founding director of the Israel Center for Disease Control.
For a full list of faculty members and their specialisations please visit here.
Visit our website for more information on fees, scholarships, postgraduate loans and other funding options to study Health Care Management at Swansea University - 'Welsh University of the Year 2017' (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017).
The Masters Degree in Health Care Management develops health care managers and enhances their skills within a research-based environment.
- The MSc focuses on developing an appreciation among students for examining the evidence of good management so it can be put into practice in a context where healthcare is increasingly integrated with social care
- Emphasis on developing skills has benefitted many people within health care in securing promotion
- Provides the major content for people seeking their first job in health care management and administration
- Taught by research active staff from a range of disciplines
Teaching and Employability:
- Designed to meet the management development needs of a modern healthcare system
- Particular emphasis on assessing evidence for what is effective in managing healthcare and leadership
- Focus on economic evaluation and research-based evidence
Health care management is a very competitive and rewarding area of employment. The MSc is designed for people with experience of management in health care, or for those expecting to have a significant management component in their future employment.
The skills and knowledge gained through this degree are applicable to a wide variety of health care and related management roles. Participants will leave equipped with a range of managerial and leadership tools that will enable them to meet the challenges of working in health care management today.
The course has an international standing with students selected from a wide range of different nationalities. This provides attendees with an opportunity to learn from their course colleagues about different health care systems and the unique challenges faced by managers in different countries.
This course explores the following in a healthcare environment:
- planning and delivery of service improvements
- working with others to achieve organisational goals
- optimising resources used
- managing and motivating change
- communicating effectively and being accountable for performance
Modules on the Health Care Management MSc typically include:
• Theory and Practice of Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care
• Politics and Policies
• Organising Health Care
• Managing and leading in practice
• Evidence and Research for Health Care Management
• Social, Cultural and Economic Context of Health
• Foundations in Public Health and Primary Health Care
• Quality Improvement
• Comparing Health Care Systems
• Economic Evaluation in Health Care
• Psychology of Health Care Management
Lectures are interactive with students encouraged to contribute their own experience of working in health care and related settings. In addition to lectures course modules include workshops, group discussions, team exercises and student led presentations.
Full-time students will study for 13 months, attending taught modules from October to Easter (part one). Part two is undertaken through the completion of a dissertation which must be submitted by 30th September of the same year.
Part-time students will study the part one modules one day a week over two years (Typically in year one students attend October to Easter on Tuesdays and in year two October to December on Thursdays. Year two January to Easter is modular and the day of attendance will depend on the module selected.), Dissertations must be submitted by 30th September of the third year.
The MSc Health Care Management comprises two parts.
Part one is taught through five compulsory modules and a choice of two optional modules.
Part two requires completion of a dissertation - This independent directed module can only be taken on successful completion of all of the taught modules.
- Candidates working in health care management looking to develop and update their practice
- Candidates interested in entering the health care sector in a managerial capacity
- Candidates keen to gain an academic or critical appreciation of health care management
- Candidates whose role involves close working or partnership with health care organisations e.g. voluntary sector, social service, pharmaceutical sector, etc.
The College of Human and Health Sciences has a vibrant postgraduate community with students drawn from a variety of backgrounds and nationalities. The College is known for its friendly, welcoming and supportive environment, which combined with its extensive facilities, state-of-the-art technology and superb beachside location, helps to ensure that students benefit from an exceptional student experience.
In addition, students have access to a wide range of excellent facilities and equipment for realistic workplace experiences.
The online Master of MFI (MBA Healthcare Management) Health Management aims to train professionals specializing in the management and administration of the health sector in Spain whose spending accounts for more than 9.6% of GDP. This sector experiencing a transformation where scientific advances, new technologies, demographic conditions of the population, legislation, budget and financial policies among other factors, require proper management of resources to ensure a sustainable health system. This transformation of the health sector has as a direct consequence the need for new specialized professionals in management, health management and hospital administration for both the public and private sectors.
In this context, an MBA in Healthcare Management enables them to efficiently manage and perform administrative functions and advice in health institutions, both globally and in all its areas: marketing, finance, human resources, logistics, strategic planning, quality, health responsibility, etc.
On finishing the master mba in health management students will have the knowledge to understand the current situation of the health system, ethical responsibility, and the needs of customer satisfaction in order to dominate all existing health models. You will acquire the tools and master the techniques and management models clinics and hospitals.
In MFI we want to join the Master in Health Management academic support of the University Camilo Jose Cela giving the latter a proper university degree.
Being a student of any school course health management MFI offers students access to job opportunities and practices.
Develop guidelines and analytical skills for proper management. In our School of Health Management you will also learn to:
The Master in Healthcare Management (MBA) is provided with a fully accessible methodology through online delivery.
In addition to studying health management MBA in any offers complimentary modalities:
The student has self-assessment exercises of each module of the training program, to help measure progress in their study. Also, obtaining the titles of the Master by MFI Business School and Master by the University Camilo José Cela is subject to passing an exam face or online, student demand.
At the end of our MBA you will be ready to serve as:
Guaranteed and Exchange Employment Practices
IMF Business School, through its website and Employment Practices guarantees MBA students majoring in Health Management practices in companies. Query conditions.
Whether it is at the local, state, or federal level, providing public service increasingly involves collaboration with multiple government agencies as well as private and nonprofit organizations. When you earn your online master’s in public administration, you can be prepared to meet these challenges.
Walden’s online Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree program is designed to help you develop the advanced competencies that are essential to becoming a successful leader in public administration. Gain the skills that can prepare you for cross-sectoral governance and enable you to deliver services to citizens through plans that are transparent, efficient, and ethical. As a student working toward your online MPA degree, you can learn effective ways to balance budgets, write and negotiate contracts, manage conflict, and build partnerships.
Prepare to advance your career as you gain the knowledge to translate policies into programs that work for the public good. Through in-depth research, practical coursework, and a virtual city that simulates real-life scenarios, you can acquire the organizational capabilities you need to administer and oversee diverse and complex agencies.
Graduates of our online Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree program will be prepared to:
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Graduates of this program will be well-prepared for a number of occupations across an array of areas, including government and politics, health, nonprofit, and public affairs. Students can prepare for a career in a variety of roles, including:
Career positions may require additional experience, training, or other factors beyond the successful completion of this degree program.
Health Care Technology (HCT) is a unique Master’s programme in Europe and Estonia is the first country to start teaching Health Care Technology in such an all-inclusive form. HCT focuses on combination of academic and practical skills and the lecturers are mostly from the industry, bringing the latest knowledge and experience to the students.
HCT Master’s program has two specialities: 1) Health care technology (HCT) and 2) Occupational Health Science and Ergonomics (OHSE).
HCT speciality is for people who are interested in healthcare management combined with information technology and innovation. Not just creating new eHealth applications, but making sure it is humanly, financially, economically viable.
Occupational Health and Ergonomics (OHSE) speciality is for people who are interested in health and safety management, ergonomics and designing innovative workplaces, promoting work life quality, productivity and employees’ wellbeing.
An HCT alumni works in healthcare organisation managements, in IT development companies that develop healthcare applications and systems, laboratory management, rehabilitation management and as academics in the university. A OHSE alumni works in variety of organisations, private and state, in management of health and safety, working life quality, ergonomics, occupational health services and as academics in the university.
The idea to create Health Care Technology programme was born because of high demand on the market for Health Care Specialists. After discussions and brainstorming amongst The Institute of Clinical Medicine and industry partners, the Master's programme was created. For the HCT major to be more effective, the students will attend apprenticeship in the following medical or health care companies:
OHSE major students will attend apprenticeship in different manufacturing companies, state organisations and occupational health services.
The aim of Health Care Technology major is to prepare e-Health technology specialists who have acquired the know-how for working in different health care sector organisations and have the knowledge about the client and patient centred approach and manner of behaviour characteristics of the modern health care system.
Tallinn University of Technology is the first university to start teaching Health Care Technology in this all-inclusive form. Theory lectures are combined with practical studies in our medical and health care industry partner organisations, teaching students how to use their freshly learnt skills and how to put them to work.
Health Care Technology programme professors are from Estonia as well as from Europe and North America, covering Estonian and international experience in different levels and angles of health care. Estonia is well known for its technological inventions in e-Health and their successful implementation, making it a lucrative country to study and work in technological fields.
School of Information Technologies (former Faculty of Information Technology) was founded in 1965. The faculty trains specialists in the main fields of information and communications technology (ICT) at bachelor, master and doctoral level. High-quality knowledge based teaching and training is based on international research and development activities, and tight cooperation with ICT industry. There are more than 2100 students annually learning in the faculty, which employs 150 faculty members, lecturers, researchers and engineers.