The Master of Health Management Program’s goal is to produce graduates who emerge as leaders in innovative health services, design, and delivery.

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Providing, instilling and promoting continuous learning among healthcare professionals.

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The values of our Program are exemplified through our goal to prepare workplace and community health leaders who:

  • Value, contribute to and promote knowledge for individual advancement as well as for the broader community.
  • Compile information and express their interpretations using effective communication styles and techniques and use of related technologies.
  • Identify, synthesize and analyze information in a coherent and methodical way to advance problem solving and the creation of new information.
  • Develop an awareness and appreciation of the complexities and interrelationship between the political and healthcare environments through appraising and critiquing information.
  • Explain strategic management and marketing principles, theoretical perspectives and practices, and apply them in the healthcare industry.
  • Examine and analyze financial data and related management techniques to support good financial management practices.
  • Critically evaluate a wide range of data sources; appraise, synthesize and communicate evidence to support the creation of new knowledge or evidence to shape management decisionā€making.
  • Assess leadership styles and apply methods/skills which motivate others to excel within an ethical and supportive environment.
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