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Health Management

Course content

Methodology

The structure of the Master’s degree in Healthcare Management consists of three stages. The theoretical content is taught at the Deusto Business School facilities while the practical activities take place at different healthcare organisations.

The methodology used to teach the theory focuses on gaining knowledge in the classroom through the following:

  • Lectures
  • Reflexive logic processes
  • The inductive approach
  • Appreciative dialogue, engaging the course participant in discussion and reflection on the theme being examined

One of the aspects that sets the Master's degree in Healthcare Management apart is the internship, during which course participants join a management team at healthcare organisations.
A coach assigned by Deusto Business School Health and an on-site supervisor from the host organisation support course participants throughout the programme.
These people act as a reference for the Master's degree participants and work to facilitate their learning and performance.
 

Course content

Methodology

The structure of the Master’s degree in Healthcare Management consists of three stages. The theoretical content is taught at the Deusto Business School facilities while the practical activities take place at different healthcare organisations.

The methodology used to teach the theory focuses on gaining knowledge in the classroom through the following:

  • Lectures
  • Reflexive logic processes
  • The inductive approach
  • Appreciative dialogue, engaging the course participant in discussion and reflection on the theme being examined

One of the aspects that sets the Master's degree in Healthcare Management apart is the internship, during which course participants join a management team at healthcare organisations.
A coach assigned by Deusto Business School Health and an on-site supervisor from the host organisation support course participants throughout the programme.
These people act as a reference for the Master's degree participants and work to facilitate their learning and performance.