Study health and social care at an advanced level, learn alongside students from around the world and enhance your career development
This innovative course is designed for graduates who have, or aspire to, a management role in health and social care.
The programme will prepare you to work effectively within the complex and rapidly evolving environments of health and social care, and provide the opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills within a broad international context.
The MSc Healthcare Management programme is distinctive in that it offers modules from the Business School and the School of Health and Social Care.
A particular feature is the opportunity to learn on campus with students from Scotland, across Europe and around the world.
On completion of the programme students already working in healthcare have attained promotion or commenced further study at PhD level.
Others have taken the programme as a stepping stone to healthcare management positions in their home country.
Elaine Carnegie is programme lead. She is a healthcare professional with over 25 years’ experience spanning healthcare, academic and third sector arenas. Her training and experience includes: research and policy, healthcare management, general nursing, psychiatric nursing, learning disability nursing and drug counselling, and is complimented by a Master of Medical Science in Primary and Community Care and Nursing Doctorate.
Mandy Gentleman is deputy programme lead, with a MSc in Nursing and a Post Graduate Certificate of Education and is a Senior Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Mandy is a Registered Mental Nurse and Registered General Nurse, and has worked in a variety of clinical settings including; neuromedicine, neurosurgery and clinical research in Infectious Diseases.