Health Institutions Management Master program at Bahcesehir Cyprus University equip students with the skills to effectively manage healthcare organizations. Our program gives students a well-rounded education in healthcare administration by covering a wide variety of subjects like healthcare policy, finances, strategic planning, and leadership. Students obtain essential real-world insights and practical problem-solving skills through practical experiences including internships and practical projects.
At Bahcesehir Cyprus University, we place a strong emphasis on the value of cross-disciplinary cooperation, research abilities, and an international outlook. Our curriculum encourages students to collaborate with experts in many healthcare specialties and provides chances for research participation.
Our students develop the skills needed to succeed in healthcare administration professions by putting a strong emphasis on strategic decision-making and practical implementation.
Master of Healthcare Institutions management program with thesis consists of at least seven courses, a seminar course and thesis, with a total of not less than 21 credits. The seminar course and thesis work are non-credit and are evaluated as successful or unsuccessful. MBA program with thesis consists of a total of at least 120 ECTS credits, including at least eight courses including a seminar course to be planned in the fall and spring semesters of education and thesis work.
In the Health Institutions Management Master program with thesis, a thesis advisor is appointed with the recommendation of the head of the institute department and the approval of the institute board of directors, by the end of the first semester at the latest. The student proposes the determined thesis topic to the institute together with his/her advisor until the end of the second semester at the latest. The thesis advisor and thesis topic are finalized with the approval of the institute board of directors.
The duration of the MBA program with thesis is four semesters, starting from the semester in which the courses related to the program they are enrolled in, excluding the time spent in scientific preparation, regardless of whether they are registered for each semester, and the program is completed in a maximum of six semesters.
At the end of four semesters, those who fail to complete the credit courses in the curriculum with a cumulative weighted grade point average of at least 3.00 and successfully complete the seminar course or fail to fulfill the success conditions/criteria stipulated by the higher education institution within this period; A student who fails in the thesis study or does not enter the thesis defense within the maximum period of six semesters is dismissed from the University.
Course assessment usually consists of a comprehensive final exam, midterm, quizzes, case analysis, projects, and participation in the class.
Letter grades are calculated based on the weight of the final exam, midterm exam, quizzes, case analysis, projects, assignments etc. and the actual numerical grades achieved in these assessment components. The semester grade point average (GPA) and grade point average (CPA) of the student are calculated according to the course grades.
The student has to complete 120 ECTS and all program requirements. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CPA) of 3.0 is required.
While the program allows you to customize your course to suit your needs, it strives to provide you with a broad and comprehensive understanding of the most important management issues from an international perspective. Aligning your management degree with your current path of study can open up options and provide you with a highly specialized, distinctive health care certificate at the end of a series. The Health Care Institutions Management Master’s Program with thesis aims to provide students with the ability to access, evaluate and interpret information through scientific research and knowledge. Health Institutions Management is essential for efficient and effective healthcare delivery. It makes ensuring that healthcare facilities and services are properly organised, coordinated, and managed. Health Institutions Management optimizes resources, enhances patient care, and navigates difficult difficulties in the healthcare sector through strategic planning, financial management, and leadership. It guarantees that healthcare institutions run efficiently, uphold strict standards of quality and safety, and adjust to changing requirements. In this context, our program is designed to prepare students for the skills necessary to gain the knowledge and skills required by the management environment, and to provide them with the ability to make strategic evaluation and analysis together with other competencies.