Management of Healthcare Institutions

Presented below are three different courses of study, depending on which year you started your studies. Please see the specific courses of study for information and description regarding your specialisation.

Course of study from 2019 -

4th semester HMM4501 – Master thesis
3rd semester HMET4210 – Research Design* HMAN5160 – Integrated Care Models HMAN5180 – Policy analysis and evaluation** Elective course Elective course Elective course
2nd semester HFIN4210 – Finance and Investment HMAN4210 – Leadership, Management and Organization Development Methods course Elective course
1st semester HECON4100 – Fundamentals of Health Economics HMAN4100 – Fundamentals of management HMET4100 – Fundamentals of statistics HGOV4100 – Fundamentals of Health Care Systems HLAW4100 – Fundamentals of Health Law HMED4100 – Fundamentals of medicine
  5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits

HMET4210 – Research Design *HMET4210 – Research Design *begins teaching at the end of 2nd semester, exam and credits is assigned to 3rd semester.

** a course description will be available before Autumn 2020.

Methods course:

You must choose one of these methods courses:

Elective courses:

You must choose 5 credits in elective courses in the 2nd semester and 15 credits in the 3rd semester from this list:

Course of study - 2017-2018

4th semester HMM4501 – Master thesis
3rd semester HMET4210 – Research Design * Complementary course Complementary course Elective course Elective course Elective course
2nd semester HFIN4210 – Finance and Investment HMAN4210 – Leadership, Management and Organization Development Methods course Elective course
1st semester HECON4100 – Fundamentals of Health Economics HMAN4100 – Fundamentals of management HMET4100 – Fundamentals of statistics HGOV4100 – Fundamentals of Health Care Systems HLAW4100 – Fundamentals of Health Law HMED4100 – Fundamentals of medicine
  5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits

* begins teaching at the end of 2nd semester, exam and credits is assigned to 3rd semester.

Class of 2018 have two obligatory courses with 10 credits each in the 2nd semester:
Class of 2017 have four obligatory courses with 5 credits each in the 2nd semester:

Methods course:

You must choose one of these methods courses:

Complementary courses:

You must choose between 10 credits in complementary courses in the 3rd semester:

Complementary courses may be used as elective courses if not already chosen.

Elective courses:

You must choose 5 credits in elective courses in the 2nd semester and 15 credits in the 3rd semester (depending on credits taken as complementary courses):

Course of study - 2013-2016

4th semester HMM4501 – Master thesis
3rd semester HMET4210 – Research Design * Complementary course or elective course Complementary course or elective course Elective course Elective course Elective course
2nd semester HMAN4210 - Leadership and Management HMAN4220 – Health organization development and design HFIN4220 – Investments HFIN4230 – Cost accounting Methods course Complementary course or elective course
1st semester HECON4100 – Fundamentals of Health Economics HMAN4100 – Fundamentals of management HMET4100 – Fundamentals of statistics HGOV4100 – Fundamentals of Health Care Systems HLAW4100 – Fundamentals of Health Law HMED4100 – Fundamentals of medicine**
  5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits 5 credits

* begins teaching at the end of 2nd semester, exam and credits is assigned to 3rd semester.

** if you have already taken HMED1101 – Helsefaglig grunnkunnskap og nomenklatur, you may replace the course with:

Specialisation

In order to specialise you must take 40 credits within the selected specialisation. You must also write your thesis within the field that you choose (30 credits). The obligatory courses in the specialisation Health Management are:

You must also choose 10 credits from this complementary course list:

and one of these methods courses:

Elective courses

The remainder of credits must be chosen from the courses available from the Institute of Health and Society's portfolio. To choose courses, use the list of courses available at master's level.

You may apply to get other relevant courses approved as elective courses. The application should include a course description or supplementary information. Applications are submitted to: postmottak@medisin.uio.no. If the Institute of Health and Society approve of the course, you may apply for the course through Studentweb. If the course is not available in Studentweb, you must contact the department which offers the course.

Published June 19, 2018 12:54 PM - Last modified Apr. 3, 2020 10:28 AM