Master of Business Administration (Health Services Management)
Become a leader in the health industry.
In the Master of Business Administration (Health Services Management) you’ll develop the skills and specialist knowledge to manage a variety of issues as they relate to the health care sector, including: leadership, policy, practice and evidence-based delivery.
If you are currently working in the sector or aspiring to a management position, or have a non-health background with interest in the healthcare industry, this is the degree for you.
FedUni was one of the first universities to offer a health management focused MBA. Having run a successful program with over 850 graduates within this highly specialised course in Hong Kong for over 17 years, we are highly regarded and experienced both in Asia and Australia.
CRICOS Code: 085623K
Duration: 2 years* Fast track options apply
Intakes: March, July, November
Annual fees: AUD$28,000
- Overall IELTS band score of 6.0, with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.
- Applicants for this course must hold a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional qualification. Applicants holding other academic or professional qualifications and/or significant managerial work experience may also be granted admission.
- Community care manager
- Health and public policy advisor
- Health administrator (HR, finance, quality and safety, quality improvement)
- Indigenous health manager
- International health manager
- Middle and senior health manager
16 courses – 4 each semester.
Sample course structure
|Semester One||Semester One|
|Business society and the planet|
Creativity and innovation
Organisations: behaviour structure processes
Contemporary issues in health services management
|Leadership in health services management|
Accounting and finance
Human resource management
|Semester Two||Semester Two|
|Managerial decision making|
Policy in health services management
|Managing the legal environment|
Management in global business environment
Evidence-based practice in health services
Strategic enterprise planning