Health system of Turkey to the development of a strong and constructive influence, in teaching and scientific research and development to encourage, todays requirements and in line future projections, with the undergraduate teaching programs to universal values and based on the contemporary information form continuously improve, the health management in the area of respect and safely cited leading a unit is to be.
With Universal prequalified education system, with research and problem-solving skills, capable of continuous self-improvement and aims to train health managers working for the benefit of society.
The aim of the Master's program is to provide the graduates with the necessary knowledge on planning, conducting and evaluating health services, health legislation and health manpower and to provide the skills to conduct scientific research in this field. In this program, which aims to train expert manpower in the field of health management, courses are offered as compulsory and elective courses. The courses to be taken are determined by the guidance of the Head of the Department and the advisor.
The Master program of Health Administration is a two-year postgraduate program.
Graduates of health management department or midwifery, social work, child development, nutrition and dietetics, emergency aid and disaster management, audiology, physiotherapy and rehabilitation departments and departments of faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences or medical faculty will be accepted to Health Management Master's program with thesis. In addition, students who graduate from similar programs can be admitted to the program provided that the Department of Health Management deems appropriate. Selcuk University Graduate Education Regulations are applied in the acceptance of students. Equal weight (EA) score of ALES exam is taken into consideration.
Students who are accepted by transfer are exempted from the courses they have taken and succeeded by the Board of Directors of the Institute of Health Sciences under the conditions stipulated by the Department of Health Management.
In the master's program with thesis, students must complete at least 120 ECTS with the condition of successfully completing at least 7 courses provided that they are not less than 21 credits, seminars, specialization courses and thesis work.
Assessment and evaluation methods for each course are determined by Selçuk University Graduate Regulations and related institutes.
Graduates can be employed as lecturers in higher education institutions and as managers in health institutions.
Graduates who have successfully completed the master's program with thesis can start the doctorate program.