Healthcare - Applied Leadership & Management in Healthcare - Mayo
Graduates will function as highly competent self-aware senior leaders, capable of informing strategy and guiding teams at the highest level in their sector. This degree is workfocused and applied in nature, focusing on inter-disciplinary application.
Who should apply?
This programme is suitable for those in a leadership and management role in the healthcare sector, or a person who wishes to work in that area.
Leadership and Management
Employment Law and Finance
Governance and Compliance for Quality
Critical Thinking and Decision Making
Dynamics and Change for Leaders
Applied Research Project
*Exit awards available
Applicants require a Level 8 degree with a grade of 2.2 or higher.
How to Apply
Application date opens from February 17th, 2022
Please complete and submit your application ONLINE, selecting Course Code: GA_SALMC_V09
Closing date for receipt of completed applications for September intake is 5pm on Friday, 27th May 2022.
Please note: Non-EU students cannot apply for part-time programmes, as per immigration regulations.
2 years part-time, blended.
It is recommended that a student allow for up to 10 hours per week per 10-credit module.
Attendance is required at the Mayo Campus for 4 x 1.5 days residential sessions per semester (Thursday afternoons and Friday all day once a month over the first academic year). The final year will comprise of scheduled meetings with the research supervisor.
Post Course Info
This programme offers an excellent opportunity for graduates to move to the next stage of their career.
It is also of distinct benefit to those who wish to enhance their effectiveness as a leader and a manager in the position that they hold.
Graduates will benefit from enhanced leadership and management competencies and applied skills that will improve their employability and effectiveness as professionals.
Holders of this qualification will be able to capitalise on the opportunities that emerge from reform and re-structuring in the Health, Social Care and Public Sectors.