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The Master of Health Administration course is designed for clinicians, managers and administrators who wish to up skill in areas of leadership and management, quality and safety, health economics, health policy, health systems as well as planning and evaluating health services as well as experience an introduction to research in the discipline.
Students gain practical leadership and management skills that can be translated to the workplace, allowing them to lead and manage high performing teams in the healthcare environment. This course focuses on practical ways that students can approach challenging issues that are associated with the complexity of a modern health care environment and how to manage relationships with other service providers, consumers and policy makers.
With academics that are actively working within the health care industry and collaborating with key industry partners both internationality and nationally, students have access to real life experience and research Career Opportunities Graduates in health Curtin thesis by publication are prepared for roles in the public and private sectors in health management, administration and clinical management.
Additional Course Expenses Students may be expected to purchase a number of textbooks and other essential study materials.
Course Entry and Completion Details Applicants for a Master Degree Coursework are required to meet University academic and English language entry standards; details are provided at http: Subject to the duration of the course applicants usually require a Bachelor Degree or equivalent and may require relevant work experienceBachelor Honours Degree, Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma.
Any specific course entry and completion requirements must also be met. Specifically, applicants require a bachelor degree or its equivalent in an appropriate profession together with work experience in health administration.
If applicants' qualifications and work experience do not fall within these guidelines, provision may be made for candidates to undertake bridging units in order to obtain the required admissions background.
Credit for Recognised Learning Applications for credit towards a course are assessed on an individual basis.
Credit reduces the amount of learning required to complete the course and may be granted for formal education qualifications, non-formal learning from non-award programs of study and informal learning through work experiences.
Further information can be found at http: Intermediate awards approved for this course: For further details, see the Graduate Research School website http: The first year of study is usually equivalent to the Graduate Diploma in Health Administration course, or its equivalent, following which students may apply to enter the master degree program.
Students accepted directly into the master degree complete appropriate additional units to those of the graduate diploma and select one of two study options, research and thesis, or coursework and project.
Students who enrol in the thesis option will be required to conduct an applied research project. The second option, coursework and project, will allow the student to complete further study at the postgraduate level. The project component of the course involves an approved six-month project and the submission of a report.
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