MBA in Hospital Management ( 2 yrs.)
What is the growth potential of the Healthcare Industry?
Healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries in the country and this growth is also reflected in Eastern India. Recent studies conducted by Ernest and Young and KPMG suggests that India needs to add 100,000 beds every year for the next two decades to meet its healthcare needs. It is estimated that each additional bed has the potential to create 5 direct and 25 indirect jobs.
A KPMG report states that the Indian healthcare industry is estimated to double in value between 2009 and 2012 and more than quadruple by 2017. Even when many industries have lost ground in capital expenditure and in jobs, the healthcare industry has continued to grow. This growth translates to growing job opportunities for those with the right skills and training.
What is the role of a Management Professional in the Healthcare sector?
Healthcare management professionals work as administrators, managers and planners in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, public health centers, healthcare equipment companies and other healthcare organizations. Individuals who choose to pursue this career path tend to be hard working, sympathetic and caring with an honest desire to help others This desire combines with a natural inclination toward leadership and the ability to apply organizational techniques successfully to achieve maximum results.
How does a degree in Hospital Management help?
A degree in healthcare management enables trained professionals to take advantage of numerous career opportunities and to flourish in this growing sector. A specialized degree gives an edge to the graduates in securing positions in this sector due to their sector specific orientation and training. A healthcare management graduate not only understands the working and terminologies of the sector better than other general graduates but has also received real time exposure in a healthcare facility during the course. Healthcare organizations now increasingly prefer these graduate for their openings.
What is taught in a MBA in
A special facility for the MBA in Hospital management is the availability of recorded lectures supported by tutorials and assignments which will enable the working professionals the flexibility of learning .
Some of the subjects which are covered in the MBA in Hospital Management degree course are Principals & Practices of Management, Organisational Behavior, Health Policy & Health Care Management, Health Economics, Planning of Hospital & Core Services, Human Resource Management, Services Marketing, Hospital Support Services, Hospital Cost Accounting, Hospital Operations Managements, Material Management, Applied Operations Research, Financial Management, Research Method for Hospitals, Patient Care Services, Hospital Hazards Management, Communication for Hospital Management, Stategic Management, Management Information System, Hospital Management & Law and etc. The students are also given training in hospitals and healthcare facilities as a part of their course curriculum. There is also a great deal of emphasis on Practical classes, Hospital Visits and Industrial Projects to equip students with working knowledge.
What is the duration of the course?
MBA in Hospital Management degree is a 2 years course consisting of 4 semesters.
What is the eligibility for the course?
Recognized Bachelors degree of minimum 3 years duration in any discipline. Candidates appearing for a qualifying examination can also apply subject to submission of proof of requisite qualification.
Is it suitable for working Professionals?
Yes. The course delivery is well suited for working professionals. Flexible schedules and access to library resources across 3 of our campuses and our easily accessible and highly qualified faculty make your learning easy while you are still working.