The Health Industry Management course is designed to enhance the skills of those who have, or wish to progress to, leadership and management responsibilities in the health industry. The content is directed to participants' current roles, directions and career aspirations.
Students can study towards a range of qualifications in this course. Students can exit after four units and receive the Graduate Certificate, after eight units for the Graduate Diploma and twelve units for the Master of Health Industry Management.
This course is designed to develop an understanding of health industry management with a workplace focus. It enables students to:
- Improve their ability to manage change in the workplace
- Enhance their skills and knowledge in key areas of relevance to today's health industry, particularly the impact of new technologies
- Facilitate progress to industry leadership
- Develop strategies for immediate application
As this course is designed as a specialisation, applicants need to have completed an undergraduate degree or equivalent, preferably in health disciplines, education or behavioural sciences from a recognised tertiary institution.
Entry may be granted to applicants who do not have an academic qualification but who have a minimum of five years relevant health industry experience.
English Language Proficiency Requirements
Applicants need to meet Curtin’s English Language requirement as all courses are taught in English. If your education qualifications were not predominantly in English, the minimum English language requirements are:
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS Academic): with a minimum overall score of 6.5 (with no component score lower than 6.0).
How to Apply
This course is restricted. Students are required to apply and be approved by Curtin University before they can enrol in units through OUA.
Applications for the Health Industry Management program are due by Friday two weeks prior to the close of enrolment.
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- Documents must be scanned at the original size. If the document is larger than A4 then the document should be scanned in A4 sized portions without size reduction
- If the document has markings or text on both sides e.g. a registration number then both sides must be scanned
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- Scanned documents must be between 125 and 150 dots per inch
- File size of any single document should not exceed 3MB"
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The unit content and additional resources are available on the Internet. Online, you will be able to access resources such as subject discussion boards, weblinks, journal articles, and electronic copies of study guide topics.
As this course is taught online, you will need easy and frequent access to a computer with the internet and email.
To qualify for the Graduate Certificate in Health Industry Management students must complete 4 units or equivalent.
Recognition of Prior Learning / Credit
Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit may be available according to Curtin University policies. Applicants are encouraged to contact the course coordinator.
This course sits within a group of courses, giving you the flexibility to study towards different levels of qualification. The courses are listed from the highest to the lowest qualification.
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