The Health Organization Management Program will expose prospective students to the principles and methodologies of organization and administration in the field of health, including the nature of management, decision theory, planning, employee health training, health economics, health finance, budgeting, evaluation, and the operation of healthcare systems. With the current developments in the health sector, managers of healthcare need to be able to respond and meet the challenges they encounter in the day-to-day operation of their institutions. The emergence of new technologies and elaborate advancements in health sciences and health management, healthcare providers are challenged to keep pace with these rapid developments. Health Organization Management is readily available at the fingertips of healthcare providers. Governance and Leadership are among the major challenges healthcare professionals are facing.
The School of Environment and Health will be addressing and engaging these important issues through the Health Organization Management Program. Health Organization Management will provide students with the knowledge and skills to successfully confront these challenges in a systematic academic manner that will evolve continuously to meet these developments. The program offered is dynamic and flexible, thereby capable of addressing the challenges we face.
Graduates of the Health Organization Management program will have a strong background in health sciences and will be able to apply the various methods and principles of management as related to the challenges faced in the health sector.
Graduates will have the opportunity to work in:
- Government Ministries
- International Healthcare Organizations
- Community and Healthcare Centres such as:
- Educational Institutions
- Industries related to Health Management functions
This school offers programs in:
Fall, Spring and Summer
Last updated December 7, 2016