The Master of Healthcare Organization Management (MDES) program integrates the learning of the main subjects related to general management and analytical tools for health planning, with an emphasis on developing decision-making skills.
The Master of Healthcare Organization Management promotes a qualitative change in order to achieve the following goals:
IEEM adopts a participant-centered learning methodology. Active learning efforts are made by participants, while professors’ role is to encourage and promote learning. This is the most effective approach for the development of managers and executives: learning through critical reflection and mainly by “doing”, i.e. by deciding.
The MDES program is aimed at professionals working in organizations in the healthcare sector, with a management vocation. The case method requires a previous knowledge of the organization’s characteristics, so a previous professional development of at least three years is preferred.
Attach copies of your bachelor’s degree transcript, your diploma and your identity card.
Comprehension and retention, critical thinking, problem solving and business judgment are evaluated.
Candidates are interviewed in person in order to learn more about their skills and motivations for joining the program.
Based on the information sent, the exam results and the personal interview, the candidate’s profile is reviewed by the Committee, according to the requirements of the program.