Health Care Management
Master of Science (MSc) in Health Care Management
Do you aspire to be a manager in the health care sector? Study Health Care Management in Rotterdam and be ideally prepared for a promising career.
Health care organisations worldwide are facing challenging issues caused by global trends, such as ageing and lifestyle changes of an entire population. Good management is vital to solving these increasingly difficult issues in the health care sector. The master programme in Health Care Management fully equips you to live up to these challenges.
During the master in Health Care Management you are trained to match knowledge from various academic fields with professional skills and come to a solution for just about any problem that you may encounter during career as health care manager. In this entire process you never lose focus on patient demands and needs.
Why study a Master in Health Care Management in Rotterdam?
• Unique focus on management in the health care sector;
• High-quality teaching by top-notch professors and lecturers;
• Study in a truly international and lively city;
• Excellent career opportunities.
The master in Health Care Management equips you to help solve the many complex problems facing the health care sector. Positions such as policy officer, team leader, researcher or consultant are on the horizon and may be a springboard to a position as health care manager.
After graduation you will have the expertise to analyse and weigh up complex problems from various perspectives. You can apply your knowledge derived from fields such as policy sciences, socio-medical sciences and business administration. Strategic and financial management, negotiation and having an eye for stakeholders’ interests will be second nature to you.
The curriculum of the master in Health Care Management amounts to 60 credits according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). All students take 7 compulsory courses (5 ECTS each) and 2 or more elective courses (10 ECTS total). Furthermore, you write a master thesis (15 ECTS) in the final stage of the master programme.
Mode of education
Various teaching methods are being used in the master in Health Care Management. In combination, all teaching methods are aimed at training students to be independent academics who are able to further develop and apply their multidsciplinary knowledge and skills in all situations.
The master in Health Care Management aims to attract highly motivated and qualified students on their way to a promising career in health care management. The programme is open to students with (at least) a bachelor degree in a relevant field.
A successfully completed academic bachelor- or master programme in a related field is required to be eligible for the master in Health Care Management. If English is not your mother tongue, you will also need a successful proficiency test of English.
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Do you meet the requirements? Start your application in Studielink. For most programmes, Studielink opens in October prior to your starting year. After your application in Studielink, Erasmus University Rotterdam informs you on the further application procedure.
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