Master of Business Administration (Health Management) Mid-Year Entry

Campus Online
Degree Type Masters by Coursework
Duration 1.5 years full-time
or part-time equiv.
SATAC Code 3CM232

For more information about this program please visit the program website

Thrive in your time

Senior leaders in tomorrow’s health-care industry will be distinguished by more than experience alone. Their economic insight will be keen. They will possess an uncommon depth of self-awareness. And in everything they do, they will think and act strategically.

Our MBA (Health Management), undertaken fully online, will prepare you to join their ranks. The self-improvement you experience will be truly transformational—dramatically expanding your leadership capability and reshaping your professional boundaries.  

What will you do? 

Our MBA (Health Management) is conducted on your terms—100% online—giving you the flexibility to study where and when it suits you. The degree is completed over two years full-time, with courses delivered sequentially in six-week blocks, keeping you focused and regularly achieving goals.

Co-designed by our esteemed business, economics and health experts, it will equip you with a dynamic, entrepreneurial mindset. You’ll acquire advanced future- and health-focused skills in management and leadership, complemented by enhanced awareness and understanding of health’s unique economic drivers.

Plus, you’ll build strong relationships with your fellow students—all experienced managers—through regular online collaboration, and be supported by our expert academic, personal and career advisors from day one. 

Where could it take you? 

You will emerge with the vision and confidence to drive real organisational, industry or even societal change in virtually any health context worldwide.


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Last updated: Tuesday, 8 Sep 2020