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The 100 percent online MIHM degree is offered by Arizona State University in partnership with the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Ideal for students seeking a career in international health systems management, this degree program advances the core principles of the PLuS Alliance to develop solutions to global challenges and generate social impact in health and health care. The collaborative and international nature of the program provides students access to global academic networks and industry partners.
Students in this international health management program select a track focusing on health informatics, quality improvement in health care, health economics or hospital management. Students will build knowledge necessary for leadership and management, including policy, economics, finance and development, from the combined expertise of faculty at two world-renowned research universities. After courses in health care management, finance and comparative health systems, students choose an area of focus in health informatics, quality improvement in health care, health economics or hospital management.
Major sites of employment for graduates include hospital systems, nursing homes and similar facilities, and outpatient clinics. There is a significant growth market for graduates with skills in international health management given the aging populations and the need for a health care workforce competent in informatics, leadership and finance.
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The Plan of Study is the required curriculum to complete the program.