Master of Health Care Management (MHCM)
Tuition Fee (AED)
3 trimesters full-time or part-time equivalent
Master of Health Care Management
This course aims to cultivate excellence in quality, leadership and management in health professionals working in quality, safety, risk and middle management roles in acute, community, mental health, primary and aged care in the public and private sectors.
Upon completion of this course, you will have the capacity and capability of applying these skills in a range of management positions and become a leader and champion of change.
Innovative and creative elective units are designed to allow different disciplines to focus on their areas of speciality.
Enhanced quality, safety and management skills acquired will position students to meet consumer expectations of the healthcare system and to fulfil industry demand for increased middle management skills, mentoring, supervision and coaching skills in order to enhance the quality of services.
Positions such as accreditation coordinator, quality manager, quality and risk manager are essential within health services, particularly the private and aged care sectors, for their accreditation. Successful completion of this course will put graduates in a favourable position to fill such roles.