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Master of Health and Aged Services Management
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The course is offered in two stages. Stage 1 comprises units to a total value of 120 credit points. There are no elective units offered in stage 1 of the course. After completing stage 1, students who wish to conclude their health and aged care management studies may exit with a Graduate Diploma of Public Health (Health and Aged Care Management).
Stage 2 of the course also entails completing units to a combined credit point value of 120 points. All units offered in stage 2 are elective, however, students are encouraged to enrol in Diversity, Culture and Health (HST5602).
Students who complete a total of 60 credit points and who choose to discontinue their health and aged care management studies may exit with a Graduate Certificate in Public Health.
Students should be aware that some units may not be available in both semesters.
Core Units- all units must be completed. Any order of completion is acceptable.
|HST5605||Leadership and Health Advocacy Skills||20|
|HST5607||Strategic Decision Making and Program Planning||20|
|HST5311||Resource Management Skills||20|
|HST5312||Managing and Using Information||20|
|HST5501||Law and Ethical Issues||20|
|HST5608||Quality and Safety in Health and Aged Care||20|
Elective Units- complete units to a total value of 120 credit points. Some units are offered on campus only. Students are encouraged to undertake HST5602 as one of their elective units in Stage 2.
|HST5503||Economics, Accounting and Finance||20|
|HST5504||Human Resource Management||20|
|HST5507||International Health and Community Care Systems||20|
|HST5604||Public Health Informatics||20|
|MKT5712||Social and Not for Profit Marketing||15|
|HST5509||Leadership and Emotional Intelligence||20|
|HST5602||Diversity, Culture and Health||20|
|HST5603||Maternal, Child and Youth Health||20|
|HST5161||Public Health: Philosophy, Principles and Practice||20|