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Programme offered since 2019: Advanced Diploma in Health Management

The Advanced Diploma in Health Management is a qualification that will be delivered as an online blended learning programme. The programme is for professionals who would like to further their career and is a 1 year (full time) or 2 years (part-time) programme. Minimum credits required to apply is 120.

Career Opportunities

The Advanced Diploma in Health Management is designed to develop the healthcare manager or a potential healthcare manager as part of the professional multi-disciplinary team to make informed and calculated decisions in the department. By doing so he/she will be able to apply specialised knowledge and technical skills for optimal decision-making in terms of management, health systems delivery, policy, law, social and health context, ethics and research.

For more information on the programme visit, Advanced Diploma: Health Management

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