- Developing health economics knowledge.
- Educating professionals & researchers in health economics to design sustainable approach in health system.
- Training students for being an expert in analyzing the current status and accomplishing proper approach for improving the economic situation of health care organizations & systems.
Method of Instruction:
1.5 years including core & special theoretical courses (30 credits)+ some remedial courses;
2.5 years including comprehensive exam + dissertation (20 credits); Each credit consists of 17 hours for theoretical lessons or 34 hours for practical lessons;
Students have to pass courses and defend their thesis within 4 - 5 years.
Department of Health Management & Economics
Who can Attend?
Students who hold an M.Sc. degree in medical sciences, health sciences, economics, health economics, or management or an M.D. degree can apply for this program.
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Last updated December 16, 2015