Public Australian universities include Australian Catholic University (ACU). It maintains a campus in Rome in addition to its seven Australian campuses. Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney (Blacktown, North Sydney, Strathfield), with a Leadership Centre in Adelaide and another in Townsville, are just a few of ACU's seven campuses spread out across Australia. The university and the Catholic University of America, which is based in Rome, Italy, collaborated to launch the Rome Centre in 2015. The Strathfield Mount St. Mary Campus is a recognized historic site. A public institution, Australian Catholic institution was founded on January 1st, 1991. The Australian Catholic University was founded in eastern Australia as a result of the union of four tertiary Catholic institutions. The tertiary institutions were the Catholic College of Education in Sydney, New South Wales; the Institute of Catholic Education in Victoria; the Signadou College of Education in the Australian Capital Territory; and the McAuley College in Queensland. These higher education institutes were all founded sometime in the 1800s. In those days, religious organizations and institutes were actively involved in training teachers for Catholic schools and nurses for Catholic hospitals. Seven campuses make up Australian Catholic University, which is based in Brisbane, Queensland. Australia's Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Ballarat, Canberra, and Sydney (Strathfield and North Sydney) are where they can be found. The Rome Centre was established in 2015 thanks to a partnership between Australian Catholic University and the Catholic University of America. Four faculties can be used to group together all of the institutes and centers. Theology and philosophy (Christian thought, liturgy, moral theology, ethics, metaphysics, politics, biblical studies, Christian practice, ministry, religion studies, bioethics, philosophy of world religions, and epistemology), as well as the health sciences (environmental science, exercise science, midwifery, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychology, speech pathology, counselling, exercise physiology, mental health, nursing, paramedicine, public health, and social work) are among them.
Your knowledge and abilities in leadership and management in healthcare will grow as a result of earning this master's degree. Students who earn a master's degree in leadership and management in the healthcare field will be qualified to: - Analyze the problems and difficulties that the sector, healthcare providers, and users of their services face - Develop innovative and creative leadership and management strategies for the healthcare industry to support service delivery in a variety of healthcare contexts. - Combining theory, practice, and research in healthcare leadership and management - Examine the ethical implications of institutional, environmental, social, cultural, and institutional changes in the delivery of modern health care and how to respond to such changes. - Consider ways to improve professional practice in current local, regional, and international healthcare environments. - Contribute to professional activity that is values-based in changing and difficult contexts. Professional Acclaim: Currently, there is no external accreditation for this course. The idea of submitting an application for accreditation to the Australian College of Health Services Management (ACHSM) has been discussed. The Australasian College of Health Services Management (ACHSM) unites health leaders to study, network, and share ideas. It is the top professional organization for health managers in Australasia. The College's objective is to identify, foster, and support competent health leadership and management in order to provide high-quality services and enhance health and wellbeing. - Giving health managers the finest opportunity for networking and professional growth - Defending and advancing the field of health management - Praising the accomplishments of health service administrators - Fostering excellence and innovation :- By offering a national university accreditation program, the College encourages quality and continuous progress in university training in health care management. The national university accreditation requirements were designed after extensive collaboration with companies, industry groups, health managers, and universities to guarantee that program graduates are capable of handling the key responsibilities they encounter in the workplace. On the ACHSM website, 39 courses from eleven institutions are now listed as accredited. Careers: Our graduates have gone on to work in: - Management and/or leadership of health services - Nursing unit administration - Administration and/or direction of a humanitarian or social welfare organization - Health-related facility management and/or leadership in the public or private sector
FEES: Tuition: $25800 per year
IELTS: 6.5(6) Academics: 2.8 GPA