Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Diploma in Health Services Management will extend your skills to excel in leadership and management roles. In just one year of full-time study, (or two years part-time equivalent) you’ll develop the skills and knowledge to make informed decisions in a managerial capacity in the health and aged care sectors. You'll develop the skills and knowledge to: Understand theoretical and practical knowledge of organisational behaviour and the psychology of individuals and groups, including motivation and leadership. Lead a multi-stakeholder environment and handle social leadership challenges responsibly. Learn what it means to be an effective and responsible leader. Provide planning, budgeting and identify cost efficiencies to contribute in financial decision-making. Effectively plan, manage, execute and deliver projects to completion. Develop and enhance your understanding of the quality, safety, and risk management standards which apply in health and aged care. Prepare for leadership roles in health within Australia and internationally.
Standard entry requirements
Applicants are required to hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from an approved Field of Education (FOE) or a graduate certificate in health services management from a recognised higher education institution.
|Campus||Fees||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|City East||International: $29,400||Yes|