The new BSc healthcare management degree from the University of Southamptons Faculty of Health Sciences is called the BSc in healthcare: management and policy research.
It is an innovative and pioneering course, which has been developed in response to a need for more highly skilled managers and researchers.
This healthcare management degree programme lasts four years and includes a one year practice placement, which will give you the confidence and competence you need to make a successful start to your career.
The curriculum places special emphasis on developing your ability to identify, investigate, understand and solve problems in healthcare delivery and design.
It also prepares you for a wide range of employment opportunities by emphasising quantitative skills and independent critical thinking.
As a student on this BSc Healthcare management degree, you will be based at our Centre for Innovation and Leadership, where you will be part of a vibrant community of academics, as well as PhD and masters students.
Each year of study on this BSc healthcare management degree is composed of three central components.
Firstly, the core concepts component gives you an understanding of the issues central to healthcare systems, management and policy.
Secondly, the methods component develops your understanding of quantitative and qualitative methods, as well as the crucial social scientific disciplines, which underpin that knowledge.
Thirdly, the mentored independent study component is where you will undertake research with the support and guidance of senior researchers and professors.
Throughout this healthcare management degree programme you will be assessed through essays, article reviews, group projects, presentations, exams, research reports, portfolios, short answer papers and multiple choice papers.
All this is supported by a comprehensive feedback system, which provides a combination of individual and generic feedback designed to help you understand your performance, and also learn how to