School of Population Health

Health Management Degrees

Which health leadership and management degree is right for me?

Master of Health Leadership and Management (MHLM) - 8901   8 courses (48 Units of Credit)
1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
  The objective of the Masters program is to develop work-ready managers who can provide effective leadership on health service issues, teams and systems. Students will acquire a deeper understanding of knowledge and skills for research, professional practice and further learning.
         
Master of Health Leadership and Management (Extension) (MHLM(Extn)) - 8902   12 courses (72 Units of Credit)
1.5 years full-time; 3 years part-time
  The MHLM (Extension) is designed for students wishing to complete a Masters degree with a research component.  It could also provide a pathway for students seeking to apply for entry into a PhD program.
         
Graduate Diploma in Health Management (GradDipHM) - 5509   6 courses (36 Units of Credit)
1 year full-time; 1.5 years part-time
  The Graduate Diploma will suit students wishing to focus on the basic principles of health management, and/or wish to learn more about a particular aspect of health management. It will benefit students returning to postgraduate study after a long period in the workforce by updating their skills and knowledge.
         
Graduate Certificate in Health Management (GradCertHM) - 7360   4 courses (24 Units of Credit)
1 year part-time
  The Graduate Certificate will suit students wishing to focus on the basic principles of health management, and/or wish to learn more about a particular aspect of health management. It will benefit students returning to postgraduate study after a long period in the workforce by updating their skills and knowledge.
         

Dual Degree in Master of Public Health / Master of Health Leadership and Management (MPH/MHLM) - 9047

  12 courses (72 Units of Credit)
1.5 years full-time; 3 years part-time
  The MPH/MHLM Dual Degree will suit students wishing to complete two Masters degrees in the areas of Public Health and Health Management. It provides graduates with essential knowledge, skills and attributes to carry out senior managerial and leadership roles in population, clinical and departmental health services.
         

Dual Degree in Master of Global Health / Master of Health Leadership and Management (MGH/MHLM) - 9044

  12 courses (72 Units of Credit)
1.5 years full-time; 3 years part-time
  The MGH/MHLM Dual Degree will suit students wishing to complete two Masters degrees in the areas of Global Health and Health Management. It provides graduates with essential knowledge in working with international aid organisations, and the skills and attributes to carry out senior managerial and leadership roles in population, clinical and departmental health services.
         
Dual Degree in Master of Health Leadership and Management / Master of Infectious Diseases Intelligence (MHLM/MIDI) - 9041   12 courses (72 Units of Credit)
1.5 years full-time; 3 years part-time
 

The Master of Health Leadership and Management / Master of Infectious Disease Intelligence dual program is an innovative approach to postgraduate health education enabling candidates to gain a better understanding of infectious diseases in the era of new and emerging disease threats, and management approaches for the identification, assessment, prevention and control of infectious diseases.

         

Dual Degree in Master of Public Health (Extension) / Master of Health Leadership and Management (MPH(Extn)/MHLM) - 9056

  16 courses (96 Units of Credit)
2 years full-time; 4 years part-time
  The MPH(Extn)/MHLM Dual Degree will suit students wishing to obtain two Masters degrees in the areas of Public Health and Health Leadership & Management as well as complete a Research Project in public health. It could also provide a pathway for students seeking to apply for entry into a PhD program. This program provides students with advanced disciplinary knowledge and skills to undertake population health and health services management roles in government, community and health service settings in Australia and internationally.
         

Dual Degree in Master of Public Health / Master of Health Leadership and Management (Extension) (MPH/MHLM(Extn) - 9057

  16 courses (96 Units of Credit)
2 years full-time; 4 years part-time
  The MPH/MHLM(Extn) Dual Degree will suit students wishing to obtain two Masters degrees in the areas of Public Health and Health Leadership & Management as well as complete a Research Project in health management. It could also provide a pathway for students seeking to apply for entry into a PhD program. This program provides students with advanced disciplinary knowledge and skills to undertake population health and health services management roles in government, community and health service settings in Australia and internationally.
         
Dual Degree in Master of Global Health (Extension) / Master of  Health Leadership & Management (MGH(Extn) / MHLM) - 9053   16 courses (96 Units of Credit)
2 years full-time; 4 years part-time
  The MGH(Extn)/MHLM Dual Degree will suit students wishing to obtain two Masters degrees in the areas of Global Health and Health Leadership & Management as well as complete a Research Project  in international health. It could also provide a pathway for students seeking to apply for entry into a PhD program. The dual program meets a well-recognised need to strengthen public health, health leadership and health management capacities within resource-constrained settings in international and global contexts.
         

Dual Degree in Master of Global Health / Master of Health Leadership and Management (Extension) (MGH/MHLM(Extn)) - 9058

  16 courses (96 Units of Credit)
2 years full-time; 4 years part-time
  The MGH/MHLM(Extn) Dual Degree will suit students wishing to obtain two Masters degrees in the areas of Global Health and Health Leadership & Management as well as complete a Research Project  in health management. It could also provide a pathway for students seeking to apply for entry into a PhD program. The dual program meets a well-recognised need to strengthen public health, health leadership and health management capacities within resource-constrained settings in international and global contexts.
         
Dual Degree in Master of Health Leadership and Management / Master of Infectious Diseases Intelligence (Extension) (MHLM/MIDI(Extn)) - 9365   16 courses (96 Units of Credit)
2 years full-time; 4 years part-time
  The dual MHLM/MIDI (Extension) program provides students with advanced disciplinary knowledge and skills to undertake infectious diseases prevention and control and health services management roles in government, community and health service settings in Australia and internationally. The program fosters sophisticated understanding and application across a complex body of multidisciplinary knowledge including infectious diseases intelligence, leadership and workforce management, strategic planning and change management, quality improvement, and health program and policy design, implementation and evaluation. Graduates are equipped with the specialised skills and leadership needed for professional practice in control of infectious diseases and for research and evidence based professional practice. The program fosters judgment-ready practitioners who can contribute to improving population health and to work across a range of contexts including ministries and departments of health, government and non-government and voluntary organisations, primary care and community healthcare services in both public and private sectors.
         
Dual Degree in Master of Health Leadership and Management (Extension) / Master of Infectious Diseases Intelligence (MHLM(Extn)/MIDI) - 9368   16 courses (96 Units of Credit)
2 years full-time; 4 years part-time
  The dual MHLM (Extension) / MIDI program provides students with advanced disciplinary knowledge and skills to undertake infectious diseases prevention and control and health services management roles in government, community and health service settings in Australia and internationally. The program fosters sophisticated understanding and application across a complex body of multidisciplinary knowledge including infectious diseases intelligence, leadership and workforce management, strategic planning and change management, quality improvement, and health program and policy design, implementation and evaluation. Graduates are equipped with the specialised skills and leadership needed for professional practice in control of infectious diseases and for research and evidence based professional practice. The program fosters judgment-ready practitioners who can contribute to improving population health and to work across a range of contexts including ministries and departments of health, government and non-government and voluntary organisations, primary care and community healthcare services in both public and private sectors.