International Health & Social ManagementManagement Center Innsbruck
- Innsbruck (Österreich)
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Bachelor or equivalent degree in business administration, social/political sciences, medicine, economics or health sciences including public health.
The Master’s program "International Health & Social Management" prepares its students for the requirements of a future-oriented field of work where an understanding of the links between health care organizations – charitable and profit-oriented, public and private, national and international – is essential. The medium-term outlook for graduates of the two-year Master’s program is administrative and upperlevel management positions in the health care sector and related fields.
The objectives of this master program are:
- To prepare students for the contemporary challenges faced by social welfare and national health systems and in so doing further develop health care at the local and international levels.
- To provide students advance knowledge regarding the particularities of traditional European social welfare systems based on the values of equity, solidarity, access to good care and universality, the different European national health systems, and relevant EU institutions.
- To equip students with all the administrative and management-related skills needed for a career in various private and public organizations, NGOs, companies, and institutions of health care, taking into consideration classic economic and organizational theory.
- To teach students the analytic skills needed to solve problems of high social complexity as well as to increase students’ competencies in effective communication and team work to achieve specific goals.