The interdisciplinary specialisation Health Management connects fundamental business expertise and professional skills with health economics.
- Business fundamentals from the areas of business administration, economics, commercial and sports law, marketing, personnel management, controlling, financial accounting and strategic business management and leadership
- Multidisciplinary and personal topics such as self-management, time management, project management, presentation and moderation techniques, principles of management and leadership
- Features of the health market such as quality management in healthcare, billing systems, case management and health controlling
- Fundamentals of health sciences such as public health, business health management, prevention and health promotion.
We educate and prepare our graduates for challenging responsibilities in the health industry. Particular importance is placed on the combination of theory and practice, which is the focus of the dual study.
This involves more than just the simple transfer of management tools to a specific industry. Business interests and a guarantee of quality service and care create the need for well-trained specialists with detailed knowledge of the industry. The health manager needs a qualified overview of the structures and institutions in which health-relevant action can take place. Our graduates are qualified to provide services within the framework of health policy by developing ideas, bringing together cooperation partners and initiating projects.