Course code: #5627
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You will study a wide-ranging and diverse base of specialist health management courses.
For example, suppose you are a graduate or manager in health, aged or community care services and want to develop your skills and understanding of contemporary health or social care management issues.
In that case, these degrees at Griffith University will help you achieve your goals.
You will learn about key areas of health sector policy, governance, operations, and evidence-based practice management through flexible teaching and research options.
You will develop skills and knowledge in current management theory and practice, develop your leadership skills and style and gain an in-depth understanding of health workforce planning.
You will also learn about managing human resources, planning and implementing health programs, and managing performance and health budgets from respected industry practitioners and academics.
Additionally, you will develop strategic decision-making and change management skills and an understanding of innovation's role and technology's application in health services management.
Finally, you will develop research and project management skills through a project directly relevant to your organisation's strategic direction.
The program provides the opportunity to undertake Work Integrated Learning (WIL) through a full-time work placement in a healthcare organisation.
Students should be aware that the work-integrated learning component is undertaken across 13 weeks and is only available to students who have completed 80 credit points of courses.
|Cost of living||1 person||$9,684|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$9,600|
Suppose you do not meet the University's specified English language requirements.
In that case, you may wish to contact the Griffith English Language Institute to increase your eligibility for entering a Griffith University program.
The duration of your English study will vary depending on your current level of English.
|IELTS Entry requirement||TOFEL Entry requirement||PTE Entry requirement||Weeks|
|6.0 (no sub score < 5.5)||71 (W19, L,R,S 17)||50 (no comm skill < 42)||10|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0, W 5.5)||52 (W17,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36, W42)||20|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0)||52 (W,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36)||25|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5, W 5.0)||40 (W15,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30, W36)||30|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5)||40 (W,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30)||35|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0, W 4.5)||33 (W13,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29, W30)||40|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0)||33 (W,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29)||45|
|4.0 or lower||32 or lower||29 or lower||Over 45|
To apply for admission into the Master of Advanced Health Services Management, a student should:
*Students applying for admission via this pathway may be eligible for Advanced Standing or specified credit of up to 40 credit points depending on courses completed in the Griffith Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management program.
If you do not meet the academic entry criteria, you may be able to study the Masters Qualifying Program for entry into this Master's degree.
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