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Course summary

The MSc Health Analysis, Policy & Management has been developed to equip you with practical, evaluative, and analytical skills to allow you to influence and develop strategy and performance in the healthcare sector. The skills you'll learn are sought after for roles at different levels in organisations across the health sector, including in hospitals, health systems, healthcare consulting firms, governments, and other local and international health organisations. They're also useful tools for beginning an academic research career in the area. Our academics are actively engaged in research and consulting work for UK and international health organisations, including the English and Scottish National Health Services in the UK. You'll work on summer projects relevant in this context and where possible for these organisations. This unique course takes a ‘systems thinking’ approach to improving decision-making in healthcare in the UK and internationally.


Core classes: Becoming an Effective Health Analyst; Managing Healthcare Operations; Health Economics and Evaluation; Foundations of Operations Research and Business Analysis; Quantitative Business Analysis; Spreadsheet Modelling and Demand Forecasting; Health systems performance, financing and innovation Optional classes: Business Simulation Methods; Stochastic Modelling for Analytics; Performance Measurement & Management; Risk Analysis & Management; Strategy; Modelling & Management; Medical Statistics; Effective Statistical Consulting; Survey Design & Analysis; Health Economic Policy

Assessment method

Classes are assessed by various methods, including written assignments, exams, practical team projects, presentations and individual projects. Exams will take place at the end of each semester in December and April/May.

Entry requirements

Minimum second-class Honours degree, or overseas equivalent (see our country pages for further information) in management sciences, economics, business, public health, health sciences, mathematics, statistics, and computing science. Applications from those with other degrees are also encouraged. Your degree must include an appropriate level of mathematics and statistics content.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £11550 Year 1
Northern Ireland £11550 Year 1
Scotland £11550 Year 1
Wales £11550 Year 1
International £21850 Year 1

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.

Sponsorship information

Health Analysis, Policy & Management at University of Strathclyde - UCAS