Refine the skills you need to become a successful leader or manager in health and social care settings, with our MSc Healthcare Management.
“The question behind my research, always, is: ‘What can be done to make sure that healthcare is available at all times?’”Dr Nebil Achour
Course Leader, MSc Healthcare ManagementRead about Nebil’s work on healthcare resilience
Modern healthcare is complex – and as a result, management and leadership in the health and social care sector is increasingly important worldwide.
Our Masters degree is designed to make sure you gain the knowledge, skills and emotional tools you need to meet these requirements. Study by distance learning over two years, and develop your full potential as a leader.
As an MSc Healthcare Management student at ARU, you'll explore the different factors – including social ones – that influence the way organisations and teams are managed and led.
Throughout your study you’ll strengthen and develop your knowledge and skills professionally and personally, to help the healthcare workforce dealing with sudden change with reference to the topics below:
You’ll learn alongside other current and aspiring managers and leaders from a range of health and social care organisations. This course is truly multi-disciplinary, attracting doctors, nurses, allied professionals, engineers and administrators. As it’s a distance learning course our students come from around the world, bringing a truly international perspective.
Our distance learning degree lets you fit study around work or other commitments. While you may be learning remotely, you’ll still become a part of the postgraduate community at ARU and receive full support from our dedicated tutors.
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Students on our MSc Healthcare Management degree course can benefit from:
Associate Professor in Disaster Mitigation
As an MSc Healthcare Management student, you’ll gain an essential, all-round knowledge of health service management and leadership approaches. Of particular value is the ability to identify and develop health service corporate marketing strategies; and to address the need for and application of transformational change programmes.
As a graduate, you could choose to pursue a career in public services or global non-governmental organisations.
Graduation doesn’t have to be the end of your time with us. You might choose to embark on a postgraduate research programme, such as our Professional Doctorate in Health and Social Care. Take advantage of our Alumni Scholarship and save £400 on your fees.
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