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MSc in Molecular Medicine

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg FAU
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Nürnberg

The program aims at attracting students interested in experimental research at the interface of medicine, biology and chemistry. [+]

Top MScs in Medicine in Germany. Contents of the degree programme Training in molecular and biomedical topics and methods with a focus on independent laboratory work to elucidate medically relevant research questions. What is Molecular Medicine? Signaling pathways, pathomechanisms, molecular basis of human disorders and molecular switches as therapeutic targets – these are only a few of the aspects covered in the master’s program in Molecular Medicine. This consecutive program covers a large range of topics from basic principles of human development to detailed signaling cascades on the single cell level. In addition to the theoretical background taught in lectures and seminars the curriculum offers a lot of practical training in different areas of basic and translational research. Target group The program aims at attracting students interested in experimental research at the interface of medicine, biology and chemistry. Prerequisites for admission are a first degree in Natural or Life Sciences – especially Molecular Medicine or Biomedical Science – and good medical and molecular knowledge. The program is taught in English. Content The curriculum is composed of compulsory modules which cover theoretical aspects, e. g. in immunology, neurosciences, oncology, development, structural biochemistry, imaging, genetics and systems medicine, as well as key skills in laboratory animal science, biological safety, research design and writing. Compulsory elective seminars and practical trainings allow for individual specialization. The program finishes with a six months research project (thesis and colloquium). 55 ECTS credit points: Advanced courses, seminars and soft skills 35 ECTS credit points: Practical training 30 ECTS credit points: Experimental Master’s thesis What are the prerequisites for admission? The program is designed for students who hold a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Medicine or in a closely related subject from the Life Sciences with a grade of at least 2.5 (good). You can apply even if you have not yet finished your bachelor’s degree, provided that you have earned at least 150/180 ECTS and will finish the degree promptly. You can also apply if you hold a degree in Medicine (German state examination or equivalent). The language of instruction in the Master’s program is English. Therefore you need to demonstrate an adequate level of spoken and written English of at least B2 as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Student Services fee The contribution of students currently amounts to 42 Euro per semester. An additional charge of 70 Euro covers the mandatory basic “semester ticket”, a transit pass that provides students with unlimited access to public transportation in the metropolitan region Nürnberg from 7pm to 6am weekdays and around the clock on weekends (for an optional charge the pass can be valid around the clock every day). [-]

MSc Biomedical Genetics and Tissue Engineering

Brunel University: College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences
Campus Full time 1 year

The two MSc programmes in Biomedical Engineering draw on the wide experience of Brunel's academic staff, which ranges from the development of equipment and experiments for use in space, to research carried out in collaboration with hospitals, biomedical companies and research institutions. [+]

The two MSc programmes in Biomedical Engineering draw on the wide experience of Brunel's academic staff, which ranges from the development of equipment and experiments for use in space, to research carried out in collaboration with hospitals, biomedical companies and research institutions. Four (compulsory) taught modules and two optional streams are available. Students can apply to one of the two named degree title awards - 'Biomedical, Genetics and Tissue Engineering' or 'Biomedical, Biomechanics and Bioelectronics Engineering'. The programme has a strong research and development emphasis and students will develop expertise in advanced product development and research. It aims to provide an overall knowledge base, skills and competencies, which are required in biomedical engineering, research activities and in related fields. Aims The modern healthcare industry is commercially-driven and fast moving – putting a premium on recruits who bring strong research experience. Biomedical engineering is a new and rapidly emerging field of engineering to biological and clinical problems. It relies on the methodologies and techniques developed in more traditional engineering fields, further advanced and adapted to the particular complexity associated with biological systems. These applications vary from design, development and operation of complex medical devices, used in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment, to the characterisation of tissue behaviour in health and disease, and theoretical models that enhance the understanding of complex biomedical issues. As well as giving a solid scientific understanding, this course provides students with an understanding of the commercial, ethical, legal and regulatory requirements of the industry. Graduates acquire the skills that are essential to the modern biomedical and healthcare industry, gaining expertise in management, product innovation, development and research. Our students benefit from the University’s strong industrial partnerships and pioneering research activities. Staff at Brunel generate numerous publications, conference presentations and patents, and have links with a wide range of institutions both within and outside the UK. Industry relevance Scientific understanding is just one part of medical engineering and this course also addresses commercial, ethical, legal and regulatory requirements, with input from Brunel's extensive industrial contacts. Excellent facilities We have extensive and well-equipped laboratories - with notable strengths in fluid and biofluid mechanics, IC engines, vibrations, building service engineering, and structural testing. Our computing facilities are diverse and are readily available to all students. The University is fully networked with both Sun workstations and PCs. Advanced software is available for finite and boundary element modelling of structures, finite volume modelling of flows, and for the simulation of varied control systems, flow machines, combustion engines, suspensions, built environment, and other systems of interest to the research groups. Foundation course available The Intensive International Pre-Masters Course is a full-time 14-week course for international students who have marginally fallen below the postgraduate direct entry level and would like to progress onto a Master's degree course in the College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences. It combines academic study, intensive English Language preparation, study skills and an orientation programme. Accredited courses Brunel offers a number of MSc courses in mechanical engineering, all accredited by professional institutes as further learning for those seeking to become qualified to register as Chartered Engineers (CEng). Accrediting professional institutes vary by course and include the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), Energy Institute (EI) and Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). Accreditation This programme is seeking accreditation by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) post the recent change in available degree routes. The IMechE formerly accredited the MSc Biomedical Engineering and we anticipate no problems in extending this accreditation to the new routes. Mechanical Engineering offers a number of MSc courses all accredited by professional institutes as appropriate additional academic study (further learning) for those seeking to become qualified to register as Chartered Engineers (CEng). Accrediting professional institutes vary by course and include the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), Energy Institute (EI) and Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). Teaching in the courses is underpinned by research activities in aerospace engineering, automotive/motorsport engineering, solid and fluid mechanics, and energy & environment. Staff generate numerous publications, conference presentations and patents, and have links with a wide range of institutions both within and outside the UK. The discipline benefits from research collaboration with numerous outside organisations including major oil companies, vehicle manufacturers, and other leading industrial firms and governmental laboratories. We have links with at least six teaching hospitals and work with universities in China, Poland, Egypt, Turkey, Denmark, Japan, Brazil, Germany, Belgium, Greece, Italy and the US. Employability Students who successfully complete the course will have gained the skills that are essential for the modern biomedical and healthcare industry, together with the expertise required to enter management, product innovation, development and research. At Brunel we provide many opportunities and experiences within your degree programme and beyond – work-based learning, professional support services, volunteering, mentoring, sports, arts, clubs, societies, and much, much more – and we encourage you to make the most of them, so that you can make the most of yourself. Entry Criteria 2016/17 A UK first or second class Honours degree or equivalent internationally recognised qualification in an engineering; appropriate science or technology discipline. Other qualifications and relevant experience will be assessed on an individual basis. Entry criteria are subject to review and change each academic year. English Language Requirements IELTS: 6 (min 5.5 in all areas) Pearson: 51 (51 in all subscores) BrunELT: 60% (min 55% in all areas) [-]

Master of Science Molecular Medicine

Goethe University Frankfurt
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Frankfurt am Main

The overall objective is an in-depth education of molecular and cellular basics in the operation of the human organ system as well as pathogenesis and therapy of human diseases. [+]

Top MScs in Medicine in Germany. Goethe Goes Global - Master Scholarships Available Now Due to the Johanna-Quandt-Foundation, Goethe University Frankfurt is now offering scholarships for all master programmes with special emphasis on the research listed on this page. The “Goethe Goes Global” scholarship programme is a ground­breaking project and unique in the academic landscape of Germany. We are seeking outstanding candidates who are interested in joining one of our MA or MSc programmes of which are embedded deeply within our strongest research units (e.g Centers of Excellence, collaborative research centers, and LOEWE CENTERS). We will be offering 20 scholarships per year from 2016-2020 – if your primary motivation is research, come and join our highly international research community! Course content and focus areas The overall objective is an in-depth education of molecular and cellular basics in the operation of the human organ system as well as pathogenesis and therapy of human diseases. One focus of the education will be in the fields of drug research, cardiovascular research and oncology/immunology. Through broad professional education and teaching of different methodical and conceptional areas, students will learn to individually perform research in basic sciences as well as clinical-translational research (klinisch-translationale Forschung) in molecular medicine. The Masters program in molecular medicine will convey students the required knowledge and skills, train individual scientific thinking and lead to responsible behavior as a Scientist. Start of the programme The study programme starts at the beginning of the winter semester. Admission requirements Bachelor’s degree in Medical Science or Molecular Medicine or a degree in Human Medicine or a successfull passed comparable degree in a related or comparable study programme like f.ex. Biochemistry, Biology (with a standard study period of at least 6 semesters) Good English language skills (niveau B1) are to be proven by: high school diploma (A-levels diploma), or corresponding high school certificates and transcripts rated no lower than "adequate" (4.0), or certification of classes in english 5 years, or certification of successfully completed language courses (with at least 120 proven hours of instruction time) from a German and/or or foreign university, or lecturers (or other experts) report on language proficiency acquired through international residency, university language courses, or self-study; or other certificate recognized as equivalent by the selection committee. Applicants with an international university entrance qualification and Bachelor's degree must prove sufficient German language skills according to the regulations of the Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH), the German language test for university entrance. Provisional admission If the university entrance qualification for the consecutive Master’s programme (namely the Bachelor’s degree) has not yet been completed, you can apply for the programme with a transcript of records on the basis of at least 144 credit points. This provisional certificate must be issued by an office authorised to award grades or issue certificates. If a student is admitted, this will be on a provisional basis. [-]

Medical and Healthcare Devices - MSc

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 1 - 3 years

The MSc in Medical and Healthcare Devices is a unique and flexible course for graduates, scientists and technologists. Study on the course will build an excellent range of knowledge and expertise if you are looking to begin a career in the sector or it will enhance and support your personal development if you are already working in this field. As a student on the course you will develop an understanding of the properties of advanced... [+]

Medical and Healthcare Devices - MSc The MSc in Medical and Healthcare Devices is a unique and flexible course for graduates, scientists and technologists. Study on the course will build an excellent range of knowledge and expertise if you are looking to begin a career in the sector or it will enhance and support your personal development if you are already working in this field. As a student on the course you will develop an understanding of the properties of advanced materials and how they affect the design of medical and healthcare devices. You will study intelligent bioengineering systems and consider how smart materials, micro-electronics and mechanical and information technology knowledge are used in the development of these devices. These studies will be supported by considering the principles that underpin the development and application of advanced materials and also regulations, procedures and principles that are applied to this sector. In addition, you will study the use of healthcare and medical devices in the specific context of human anatomy, physiology, illness, disease and rehabilitation. A key component of the course will be your personal research project in which you will use your knowledge and skills to carry out a relevant and original study in an area that will be agreed with your course tutor. This research will be carried out either in your workplace or at the University. About the course The MSc Medical and Healthcare Devices course is interdisciplinary and will be delivered at the University of Bolton’s Institute for Materials Research and Innovation (IMRI) in collaboration with the Schools of Business & Creative Technologies (BCT) and Health & Social Sciences (HSS). IMRI is a multidisciplinary centre in which research and innovation is carried out in collaboration with industry and other academic institutions. It is the leader in the UK – and is known internationally – for its research and applications development in the field of applied materials science and engineering. Developments carried out within IMRI include new, designer and novel smart and multifunctional materials in fibres, films, foams and particles, at nano and micro levels, as well as associated processing technologies that have the potential for development to compete in the global marketplace. Throughout your studies you will have opportunities to interact and collaborate with medical and healthcare device companies, UK medical and dental schools and the NHS. Teaching for each module is delivered as a short course lasting up to two weeks. Written work for each module is in the form of an integrated learning package (ILP) which consists of three parts, each with set times and deadlines for submission. The work may take the form of essays, projects, seminars and case study analyses. It is assessed in parts and feedback will be given during the allocated period of self-study. Key skills will be developed and assessed at appropriate stages during each part of the assignment. Oral presentation of aspects of your ILP may be required in some modules. You will be required to complete the ILP within 7-12 weeks of finishing the module to be awarded full credits. Individual project work, primarily for your research project, will be undertaken within your workplace wherever possible. This will ensure relevance to the employer, access to appropriate facilities and allow sufficient time to be spent on practical work. Where this is not feasible, projects may be based and carried out at the University. Each module, with its completed integrated learning package, is worth 15 or 30 credits and your project is worth 60 credits. Accumulation of 180 credits in total leads to the award of the MSc degree. Special features Teaching for each module is delivered as a short course that will last no more than two weeks. The rest of your study is very flexible and may be carried out away from the University. Class sizes are small which means you will be able to work closely with your fellow students and your tutor. Your subject of study and your personal project means you have the opportunity to work in an area that is of personal interest or that is closely related to your role in your place of work. What you will learn As a graduate of this course you will be part of a new generation of technologically-advanced scientists with the potential to lead future developments in the fields of medical and healthcare devices. You will learn about advanced materials science technologies, the methodologies and applications used in state-of-the-art medical and healthcare device technologies and associated science-based industries. You will develop the knowledge and skills that will enable you to relate the physical and chemical structures of advanced materials to their microscopic and macroscopic properties, create novel approaches to technological problems, design and perform experiments in the medical and healthcare devices area and apply appropriate statistical analysis methods throughout these studies. These skills will be placed in context by learning about universal standards and ethical and regulatory issues relating to healthcare and medical devices and considering issues of technology, economy and physiology that may influence material choice, manufacturing design, processing conditions and modes of application. What you will study You will study 6 modules: - Introduction to Medical Devices and Product Regulations; - Human Physiology and Biotechnology; - Biomedical Devices and Product Development; - Intelligent Bioengineering Systems; - Research Methods (including an introduction to innovation and intellectual property management); - Research Project. Entry requirements You should have at least a lower second class honours degree (2.2), or equivalent, in a science or technology-related subject. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.5 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]

M.Sc. in Epidemiology

University of Antwerp
Campus Full time 2 years

Epidemiology is the discipline which studies the occurance of incidents and conditions in populations and attempts to make links to descriptive and/or influencing determinants. As a result, epidemiology is closely related to the field of public health. [+]

Top MScs in Medicine in Germany. The M.Sc. in Epidemiology is unique in Flanders. The programme combines both theoretical and practical knowledge. Apart from lectures you will also be offered active forms of training. In addition you will have lab work, an internship and a thesis to complete. At the end of your studies, you will be able to conduct independent epidemiological research and take up an advisory and policy-making role within the healthcare sector. As an epidemiologist, you will respond to scientific problems that arise from the (clinical) doctor-patient relationship. You are indispensible to the process of development, conduct and analysis of applied medical scientific research. Besides this, your methodological concepts help in the development of public health policy. [-]

Master Of Science In Neuro Rehabilitation

SRH Hochschule für Gesundheit Gera
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Germany Gera

The incidence of neurological diseases has been increasing for years. The resulting daily limitations can be avoided by a specific neurological rehabilitation and restore functions, and thus the quality of life can be improved. Here the master takes up neurorehabilitation. [+]

The incidence of neurological diseases has been increasing for years. The resulting daily limitations can be avoided by a specific neurological rehabilitation and restore functions, and thus the quality of life can be improved. Here the master takes up neurorehabilitation. entry requirements Successfully completed vocational training of health with state recognition of professional qualification First degree (Bachelor, Diploma or Masters) Praxissemester During the 6-month internship in cooperation with international companies and research institutions have the opportunity to concretely apply their acquired knowledge to practical problems and projects and to meet the national and international neurorehabilitation. study model The presence Courses are in the first four semesters three times per semester instead - two block weeks from Monday to Saturday and a block weekend from Friday to Sunday. 5th semester comprises the practical semester and 6th semester you customize your master's thesis. In certain circumstances it is possible to shorten the normal period (recognition of equivalent coursework). Contact us. Content, objectives and end of the study The growing demand for neurological rehabilitation increasingly demands scientifically well qualified employees ensure the high quality care of patients in neurological rehabilitation. This forms the basis of the one-time in Germany in the form of Master's program neurorehabilitation. Future-oriented study Neurological disorders that can lead to permanent disability take to for years. Thus, the need for neurological rehabilitation is growing. After the legislation, it is important to avoid these obstacles and ensure to make all men "rehabilitation before retirement and care" to come. This development calls for scientifically highly qualified professionals, ensuring the comprehensive care of these patients. However, in the field of neurological rehabilitation missing doctors, so we need new and innovative personnel concepts. This forms the basic length of the Master's program in neurorehabilitation. Work scientifically It will be necessary in the future to determine scientifically the effectiveness of rehabilitation measures in the field of neurological disorders, to make optimal use of existing resources. Also leading trade associations such as the German Society for Neurotraumatology and Clinical Neurorehabilitation e. V. emphasize long evolving staffing needs to support scientific studies. The master's degree neurorehabilitation is therefore aimed primarily at therapists with first degree who wish to develop a scientific and / or management and management level in neurorehabilitation. Career prospects With the completion of the master program neurorehabilitation are open to many career opportunities. Neurological Rehabilitation helps to avoid participation restrictions, restore functions and improve quality of life. The current importance of neurological rehabilitation can very well illustrate the example of the predicted demographic development and the associated increasing number of chronically ill and needing care. Very well qualified employees are particularly important - the one for patient care, and second, the increasing scientific needs of neurological rehabilitation to use. This development requires new creative concepts as clearly exemplify other countries (eg USA) already. It needs professionally highly qualified personnel to meet the needs in the field of neurological rehabilitation represented justice in the coming years. By studying, you will work on a par with other academic health professionals. You increase your opportunities, because you obtain the degree of Masters, which allows many more options for developing fields of action. You have to the Master's program include the following development opportunities: Management tasks in hospitals, treatment and rehabilitation centers as well as in rehabilitation clinics Team / project management in outpatient settings as well as research and science institutions Science and research in scientific and research institutions, hospitals, treatment and rehabilitation centers as well as in rehabilitation clinics Teaching at universities, Fachhochschule and schools Promotion [-]

MSc in Cardiovascular Science

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Göttingen

The masters program "Cardiovascular Science" is a consecutive, full-time study program in English, which has the intention to train international students in all aspects of cardiovascular science. [+]

Top MScs in Medicine in Germany. The masters program "Cardiovascular Science" is a consecutive, full-time study program in English, which has the intention to train international students in all aspects of cardiovascular science. This will be achieved by its modular structure which offers students with a background in natural sciences a broad education, not only in the relevant basics but also in modern clinical aspects which are essential for understanding translational research questions. A key feature of this program lies in its high proportion of individual practical training, allowing students to gain experimental experiences and insights in different research questions. After finishing their Masters thesis, the graduates will be highly qualified for their future careers in the field of cardiovascular sciences in academia and industry, but also in familiar occupational fields. Programme name: Carciovascular Science (M.Sc.) Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.) Standard period or study: 4 semesters Starting semester: winter semester Admission: limited admission (application to the Faculty) Application: October of each year Application deadline: May 31th for winter term Language of the programme: English [-]

Medical Diagnostic Technologies (M.Sc.)

Furtwangen University: Faculty of Medical and Life Sciences
Campus Full time 3 semesters October 2017 Germany Villingen-Scwehnningen

Medical Diagnostic Technologies is a multidisciplinary Master's programme which makes use of new laboratory and analysis techniques for medical diagnostics. Students decide individually which area of molecular diagnostics they wish to specialize in. Typical areas are high throughput analysis, personalized medicine with immunological methods or the use of biomarkers, then validated by means of clinical studies. [+]

Work at the interface between Medicine, Natural Sciences and Technology Medical Diagnostic Technologies is a multidisciplinary Master's programme which makes use of new laboratory and analysis techniques for medical diagnostics. Students decide individually which area of molecular diagnostics they wish to specialize in. Typical areas are high throughput analysis, personalized medicine with immunological methods or the use of biomarkers, then validated by means of clinical studies. Good reasons to study medical diagnostic technologies We offer: a multidisciplinary programme with an innovative approach to the interface of medicine, natural sciences and technology excellent career prospects in a wide variety of career paths qualifications for positions of responsibility in hospitals, industry and research institutes broad-ranging project collaborations a prestigious university with long-standing experience offering Bio and Process Technology, Molecular and Technical Medicine and Medical Engineering Bachelor's programmes and a Biomedical Engineering Master's programme excellent equipment and laboratory facilities on the Schwenningen Campus and in affiliated institutes small groups and individualized support first-rate lecturers with a background in science and industry Quick Information Degree awarded: Master of Science (MSc) Undergraduate/postgraduate degree: Postgraduate Duration of programme: 3 semesters Delivery: full-time Campus: Schwenningen Programme begins: Winter semester (October) Application deadline(s): 15 May Restricted intake: yes Language of instruction: English Academic entry requirements: Bachelor's degree in natural sciences, medical sciences or related disciplines Language requirements: basic German (CEFR A2), fluent English (CEFR B2) skills Pre-sessional course / Foundation course requirement: none Additional requirements: none Tuition fees: none Programme accreditation: ACQUIN Career Prospects The multidisciplinary approach of Medical Diagnostic Technologies as well as the focus on developing expertise rather than pure technical knowledge offers the graduates entry into a broad range of occupational fields in the growing market of health care and beyond. Clinics, hospitals and large medical care units: Diagnostics, personalized medicine, research and development, planning and coordination of clinical trials, patient stratification, companion diagnostics, experimental and clinical pharmacology Medical laboratory units: Diagnostics, research and development, supervision of small laboratories, project management Pharmaceutical industry: Quality control, hygiene monitoring, research and development, project management, supervision of small laboratories, product management and sales Food industry: Quality control, hygiene monitoring, product management and sales Research institutes, universities: Research and development in the field of natural sciences, companion diagnostics, project management, design, execution and documentation of experiments Government authorities and public services: Diagnostics, hygiene monitoring, quality control Programme Objectives Learning outcomes Broad knowledge in the fields of medicine and natural sciences as well as in the technologies used in these disciplines, particularly in molecular analytics Preparation of validated data for medical doctors Ability to collect, critically analyze and present complex data Ability to evaluate and take into account any social, scientific and ethical consequences of findings, decisions and developments Ability to learn independently how to use new technologies Interdisciplinary learning outcomes Ability to work in teams, especially in multidisciplinary work and research groups Ability to make sound scientific decisions independently in the light of any social, scientific and ethical consequences Career qualifications Outstanding professional qualifications – graduates are qualified to work in a variety of fields Multidisciplinary training at the interface of medicine, the natural sciences and technology, closing the gap between these disciplines Project and/or team leadership skills Structure of the Programme In the first semester, the basics of applied medical diagnostics are taught in theory and practice. Building on these basics, in the second semester students focus on individual areas of interest by taking an elective module. Here particular importance is placed on independent research based on solid scientific principles. In the third and final semester, the Master’s thesis is written, providing the opportunity for the development and/or application of their own application or research-based ideas. Programme Content Medical diagnostics profits from new findings and technologies deriving from the classic natural sciences on a continual basis. These often lead to faster results and more successful treatment in established natural science technologies including the field of medicine. The Medical Diagnostic Technologies study programme was thus designed to meet the demand for experts in the field of molecular diagnostics. Some of the topics dealt with are new high-throughput methods, personalized medicine (e.g. biomarkers in diagnostics and prognostics), transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics. Detailed content of first semester courses: Biometrics and Multiparameter Diagnostics Design of Clinical Trials Biomarkers in Diagnostics Immunological Techniques Molecular Human Genetics Molecular Mechanisms Diagnostics of Microorganisms Model Systems QM and GxP Patent and Trademark Law Human Resource Management Detailed content of second semester courses: Internal Medicine / General Medicine Pathology / Neurology Functional Genomics and Instrumental Analytics Bioinformatics Nucleic Acids Analytics Laboratory Automation A research project on a current topic carried out in the second semester introduces students to independent scientific work and analytical thinking. [-]

B.Sc. Medical Controlling

MSB Medical School Berlin
Campus Full time Part time 6 - 9 semesters Germany

The bachelor degree course in medical controlling forms an interface between management and medicine so that you ob­tain a double qualification in medicine and business administration. This innovative [+]

B.Sc. Medical Controlling

The bachelor degree course in medical controlling forms an interface between management and medicine so that you obtain a double qualification in medicine and business adminis­tration. This innovative combination is the only one of its kind in Germany and qualifies you for the spheres of medical con­trolling, economics, quality assurance and process optimisa­tion in healthcare.

An innovative occupational field with growing importance for the health sector of the future is created as a result of the fo­cus on controlling in out and inpatient facilities.

The aim is to teach you well­founded knowledge about the coding, documentation and accounting processes, which are a central component of securing revenue and therefore crucial for the economic success of healthcare institutions.... [-]