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  • Griffith University

    GRF-HSM-MAS | Postgraduate

    Develop the skills for management in the health sector

    Engage with contemporary health management issues. Develop skills in strategic decision making and change management for health and aged care services. Understand key areas including technology, sector policy, operations and practice management. 

  • Griffith University

    Round out your skills when you specialise in health management

    Develop your leadership style while you gain a deeper understanding of contemporary health service management. Combine study and research to understand the process of change management and the impact of emerging technology.

  • Murdoch University

    MUR-HCM-MAS | Postgraduate

    Become a champion of change in health care

    Designed for health care professionals to dive deep into management, quality, and safety. Gain the knowledge you need to become a leader of excellence in health care. Prepare for management opportunities in community, mental health, primary and aged care.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-HSM-MAS | Postgraduate

    Formalise your health management career

    Analyse and evaluate approaches to the issues managers in public and private health sectors face. Learn through real-world case-studies that will elevate your role as a leader in the workplace. Attend non-mandatory seminars to solidify your study. 

    Available majors

    • Information Management Specialisation
    • Organisational Development Specialisation
    • Integrated Care Specialisation
    • Safety and Quality Specialisation
  • Australian Catholic University

    Make strategic changes to the healthcare system.

    Become an ethical, effective health leader. Prepare for work in the public, private or not-for-profit sector. Understand strategic development, and help to work towards delivering culturally safe, resource-efficient health care.