Management of Health Institutions

Management of Health Institutions

The Department of Management of Health Institutions has the aim of preparing managers who are needed by health institutions, both theoretically and practically. In short, the aim of the Department of Health Institutions is to educate qualified human resources who have knowledge of basic management as well as knowledge of hospital management, who want to get a professional career in this area and who are needed by health sector.

The rapidly growing health sector in our country needs communicatively strong human resources with organizational and coordination skills, foreign language knowledge, specific health sector knowledge and skills, medical documentation and computer knowledge. The privatization of health institutions and the increasing adoption of the modern enterprise approach of the official institutions are increasing the need for trained human power in this field. Health Institutions Management Program prepares managerial candidates required by health institutions with theoretical and practical training applications.

The aim of the program is to grow people who will provide qualified work force with knowledge of hospital management and business administration to the health sector with the theoretical and practical training applications.

Department of Health Institutions Administration produces human power with a knowledge of basic management as well as knowledge of hospital management and trains the qualified human power that needs to get a professional career and needs of the healthcare sector.

Candidates must have a high school diploma, but all admission and registration conditions are determined by OSYM in line with the relevant legislation of Higher Education Institution.

According to the DGS guide published by ÖSYM, our graduates will be able to study at different universities; They can transfer to undergraduate programs in Business Administration, Business Administration, Health Administration and Health Management.

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