The online MSc Healthcare Management from ARU is ideal if you are already or wish to be a leader or manager in health or social care. You’ll build on your prior experience and acquire the knowledge, skills, and emotional tools necessary to maximise your managerial potential. You’ll study online, which gives you the freedom to balance your career aspirations with other commitments.
Management and leadership are becoming increasingly important in the health and social care sectors worldwide, with the World Health Organisation emphasising the importance of managers possessing the necessary competencies and the NHS promoting specific values and principles of care. With this MSc Healthcare Management degree from ARU, you will gain an understanding of how businesses operate and compete in today’s environment, as well as the broad range of business and management skills required to assist organisations in achieving their strategic objectives.
This course help you to:
An Undergraduate / Bachelor’s Degree in related subject or UK Level 6 Diploma or an equivalent overseas qualification
Learner must be 18 years or older at the beginning of the course,
No formal qualification is required from mature learners (over 21 years) who have a relevant management experience.
The qualification is offered in English.
This qualifications at RQF Level 7 represent practical knowledge, skills, capabilities and competences that are assessed in academic terms as being equivalent to:
This stage is delivered by London School of Business and Research. The programme involves delivery through on-line Learning Management System (LMS). This stage leads to award of an Ofqual, UK accredited Level 7 Diploma in Health and Social Care Management, an Ofqual.gov.uk accredited qualification
Credits earned at this stage – 120 credits (60 ECTS).
On completion of the diploma programme you can progress / Top-up with an MSc in Healthcare Management degree through a UK University. The stage 2 is delivered online by the professors expert in their field.
Credits earned at this stage – 60 credits (30 ECTS).