The Master of Advanced Health Services Management program will enroll you in a wide range of topics. If you are a graduate or professional in health, aged, or community care services who wishes to improve your abilities and awareness of current health or social care management concerns, these degrees will help you achieve your goals.
Through flexible teaching and research opportunities, you will learn about essential aspects of health sector policy, governance, operations, and evidence-based practice management.
Here, you'll obtain a thorough understanding of health workforce planning, as well as skills and knowledge in relevant management theory and practice.
You'll also improve your leadership style and skills. You'll learn about managing human resources, developing and implementing health initiatives, and managing performance and health budgets from respected industry practitioners and researchers.
From this course, you'll also gain knowledge of the importance of innovation and technology in healthcare management, as well as strategic decision-making and change management abilities.
You'll learn research and project management skills that will help you succeed in your current profession and in your future aspirations.
Working on a project that is directly related to your organization's strategic direction will help you build research and project management skills.
What you will study:
The Master of Advanced Health Services Management program requires students to pursue a variety of professional health management courses.
This course allows students to gain an in-depth understanding of health workforce planning, as well as management skills and knowledge in current management theory and practice, from respected industry practitioners and academics.
From this course, students will also learn about managing human resources, planning and implementing health programs, and managing performance and health budgets.
Also, from this course, students will develop knowledge of the importance of innovation and technology in healthcare management, as well as strategic decision-making and change management abilities.
Conservatorium Ensemble Studies
Foundations of Research Inquiry
Health Finance and Project Management
Health Policy and Planning
Leadership in Management for Health Services
Strategic Decision Making in Health
Work Integrated Learning
Work Integrated Learning Advanced
Work Integrated Learning Part 2
Work Integrated Learning Part 3
Work Integrated Learning Part 4
Work Integrated Learning:
Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) is a part of the Master of Advanced Health Services Management program. It is done through a full-time work placement in a healthcare organization. WIL's purpose is to let students put what they've learned in their postgraduate studies to use in the workplace.
This WIL component allows students to connect with health professionals and management in modern healthcare facilities, which is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Work-integrated learning activities combine theoretical learning and its application in the workplace. The inclusion of work-integrated learning activities in the degree program demonstrates Griffith's commitment to preparing graduates for success in the workplace.
The work-integrated learning component of the curriculum is designed to help students put the theoretical knowledge they've learned in the first two or three trimesters into practice. As a result, students can only begin their internship after they have completed their degree program's course work.
Students should be aware that the work-integrated learning component is only available to students who have completed 80 credit points of courses and lasts for 13 weeks.
Students must achieve Fit for Placement compliance standards in the trimester before beginning WIL, and they will not be permitted to advance on a WIL placement unless they do.
Students must enroll in all four components of the work-integrated learning course before commencing the 13-week (390-hour) work-integrated placement. It is not available on a part-time basis.
Professional Practice Requirements:
There are internships associated with this program, and before beginning professional experience placements, all students in this program must complete the following by the end of their first trimester of study:
Vaccinations and health tests
Licenses and Certificates
Health Placement Requirements
The Master of Advanced Health Services Management program may qualify students to join the Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM). For further details on the requirements for professional placement, students can reference the Fit for Professional Practice website's checklist of professional practice requirements for their health topic.