PG Dip / MSc Management in Health Care
MSc Management in Health Care (Reg. no. 250986)
Pg Dip Management in Health Care (Reg. no. 252945)
The MSc / Pg Dip Management in Health Care has been developed to meet the need of those currently working, or aspiring to work in the Health Care sectors. It takes into account the changing nature of health and care delivery, drawing from experiences and new insights emerging from the COVID pandemic. We will help you to:
- develop the skills of a reflective leaders and learners, raising your self-awareness and enhancing your self-belief
- identify needs and tools to improve, innovate and transform services
- broaden your knowledge of how people and organisations behave within different policy and political contexts
- select ways to enhance the management and performance of human and financial resources
- enhance your research and project management skills
- apply the latest research and theory to inform and enhance your leadership, management and organizational practice
Learning and Assessment
You will gain an understanding of changes and developments in health care policy. The operational environment at local, national and international levels will also be covered.
The prgoramme will enable you to:
- build your knowledge of the core functions of management and leadership
- examine policy and strategy in a variety of health care settings
- develop and apply leadership capability
- gain and apply research skills
- expand your networks
For the MSc you will take: Six compulsory modules and a Dissertation
For the Pg Dip you will take: Six compulsory modules only
The programme is taught using blended learning with three 6-day intensive schools and one 3-day intensive school during the programme of study. The intensive schools are made up of lectures, group work, workshops and one-to-one tutorials. Students are well supported between intensive schools by e-mail tutorials and feedback on an outline and one full draft for each of the assignment. Our teaching team aims to deliver a programme of the highest quality and to use innovative and up-to-date methods for teaching and learning.
In order to avoid conflict with students’ working schedules, the programme provides flexibility to working professionals. Depending on their duty, students can choose to attend either the morning (8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) or the evening (6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.) session on each seminar day.
This module aims to equip students with skills to find, appraise and utilize research, as well as plan and design a piece of research work. It seeks to prepare students to define a suitable research question and to use this as a basis for identifying appropriate research methodologies for a small-scale research project or dissertation. This module is designed to impart the skills to enable students to plan and outline a rationale for a literature review. It focuses on research as part of a body of evidence used for health and social care practice, and provides an overview of methodologies and methods commonly used in health and social care policies and working environments.
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead.
Module offering is subject to change..