- Bachelor Degree Program
- 4 Years (8 Semesters)
- 126 Credit Hours
- Fall, Spring and Summer
With the emergence of new technologies and elaborate advancements in health sciences, managers within the sector need to be equipped to respond to the new opportunities that these developments present. Governance and leadership are among the major challenges that healthcare professionals face as they work to keep pace with rapid the evolution of the sector.
In response to this, the School of Environment and Health Sciences has established the Health Organization Management Program to introduce students to the principles and methodologies involved in the organization and administration of institutions in the health sector. The program will give you insights into the nature of management, decision theory, planning, employee health training, health economics, health finance, budgeting, evaluation, and the operation of healthcare systems.
As a graduate of CUD’s Health Organization Management program you will have a strong background in health sciences and be able to apply specialized management principles and techniques to the challenges faced in the health sector. As a dynamic and flexible program, this degree will provide you with the knowledge and skills to successfully confront these challenges in a systematic manner, as and when they emerge.
As the healthcare sector in the region continues to grow, a degree in Health Organization Management will present you with a range of professional opportunities in institutions such as:
- Government Ministries
- International Healthcare Organizations
- Community and Healthcare facilities
- Educational Institutions
- Industries related to Health Management functions.