On successful completion of this program, students will learn and be able to demonstrate:
PLO1: A broad and coherent body of knowledge of contemporary economic, socio-political, cultural and technological issues in local and /or global environments.
PLO2: Critical understanding of theories and practices in various business disciplines such as accounting, economics, law, strategy, marketing, and management in both local and global contexts.
PLO3: In-depth knowledge and understanding of current and new research, methodologies and methods of inquiry, and problem-solving abilities in their core field of study and that of Health Management.
PLO4: In-depth understanding of managing the various aspects and processes of health management, including medical professionals, such as planning, recruiting, assessing, training staff, managers’ roles, responsibilities, essential skills, and styles.
PLO5: Critical understanding of healthcare ethics, systems and models, techniques, challenges, trends, finance and cost control, quality healthcare requirements and the ways that healthcare services should be organized and managed.
PLO6: Apply principles, concepts, theories, and models where appropriate with a view to assessing, evaluating and/or improving business policies and practices generally and in the area of Health Management specifically.
PLO7: Analyze critically texts, data, assumptions and concepts.
PLO8: Identify problems and propose solutions and recommendations based on appropriate use of analytical tools.
PLO9: Clear, concise and correct communication skills in written, spoken, and visual forms that explain and critique complex matters to various audiences.
Aspects of Competence
Autonomy and Responsibility
PLO10: Working creatively and/or effectively independently as well as part of a team by taking into consideration varying socio-cultural norms and relationships.
PLO11: Achieve autonomy in planning and managing the learning process.
Role in Context
PLO12: Assess, supervise and manage the achievements and outcomes of others and/or self in various projects.
PLO13: Accept responsibility, both at an individual and group level, for managing a range of complex and dynamic situations.
PLO14: Reflect on experiences gained in different contexts in order to engage in continuous personal development.
PLO15: Demonstrate awareness of ethical issues and the growing importance of socially responsible practices in a global business environment.