This programme looks to round off the training and profile of young professionals with new knowledge and managerial skills, focused on developing their future careers in the health care sector.
Graduates of this Master's degree will have a broad vision of health care systems and their complexity: what strategic objectives they set and why, the key agents that work in the sector, the main laws that regulate it, the different structures that make it up and the main functions and activities performed by each one, in addition to a basic knowledge of the health care field.
Students on this programme will have worked on the key tools, knowledge and skills needed to efficiently manage the different structures that form today's health care systems. The programme includes a full review of the main planning, organisation, management and leadership elements found in health care structures: strategic processes, key care and support processes.
Lastly, participants on the programme analyse the main challenges that health care systems are facing and examine future health care strategies in depth. They acquire new knowledge and the skills needed to lead or become active agents in the process of change and transformation in health care systems in new future contexts.