The Bachelor degree course in Health and Care Management aims at the academic professionalisation of middle and senior management personnel in the healthcare sector. The course teaches skills which will later be indispensible in the professional work environment in order to ensure high quality provision and care in an increasingly rapidly changing healthcare system. The enhancement of skills offered by the course extends to all those areas which contribute towards optimising management tasks. The course is conceived of as a response to changing functions and the challenges related to them as well as to the growing demand for management personnel. In addition to acquiring professional skills, course graduates will also be encouraged to reflect on their own leadership role in relation to group process management and to deal with leadership ethics issues in professional and everyday action.
The course teaches skills on three levels:
Official duration of programme (Standard period of study): 3 years / 180 ECTS (full time)
A maximum of 20 students will be admitted per year.
In order to facilitate studies while course participants continue to work in their professions with reduced hours, the compulsory attendance course elements are organised as monthly block modules. A prior vocational qualification is a course requirement.
Module blocks (17 modules)
Scientific and methodological principles (3 modules)