The Master of Science in Healthcare, accredited by MQA, is designed to cultivate innovative skills through research, advancing evidence-based knowledge and innovation in Health Sciences. This research-oriented program concentrates on global or community health and healthcare technology across various domains. It encompasses diverse study areas, including diseases, aged care, occupational health, gender-specific health, lifestyle-related issues, remote patient monitoring, and patient empowerment.
The program underscores the utilization of new healthcare technologies to enhance patient care, administrative efficiency, and treatment insights. Specific attention is given to health radiation technology, covering radiation physics, protection, safety in healthcare, dosimetry, and the integration of Artificial Intelligence of Things, merging IoT connectivity with data-driven approaches. Additionally, the program highlights healthcare financing for comprehensive coverage, measures to control costs, ensuring equal access to healthcare delivery, and the pivotal role of technology in efficient data integration and analysis.
Upon finishing this program, potential career paths encompass roles such as educators, researchers, clinical research experts, rehabilitation managers, clinical manager and officers involved in research and development, among various other opportunities.