Business Management in Healthcare Companies I
The certificate course Business Management in Healthcare Companies I (Certificate of Advanced Studies) covers financial management and controlling in the healthcare sector in compact form. The course includes two theory modules totalling 15 ECTS and covers two semesters.
Participants of this course acquire basic knowledge concerning the control elements necessary for healthcare companies. They also learn methods of analysis and interpretation for structures, processes and potentials, with the aim of developing new application-oriented solutions.
The certificate course prepares future managers for taking on specialist and management responsibilities, equipping them with practical and up-to-date knowledge on management and controlling in healthcare companies.
The certificate course is a module in the Leadership and Management in Healthcare (Führung und Management im Gesundheitswesen - FMG) MBA programme.
Specialists and managers in the health care sector
The prerequisite for participation in the certificate course is at least two years of professional experience, preferably in health care institutions, or a completed university degree.
Format and Teaching
Through a balanced combination of compact attendance times and e-learning, as well as self-learning and transfer learning times, the certificate course can be completed while working.
The certificate course deals with financial management and controlling in the health care sector in a compact form.
Introduction to corporate management, financial management
- Investment, financing
- Company/practice evaluation
- investor relations
- Cost management
- Corporate management
- Process costs
- Reporting; Key Figures
Opportunity to further your qualifications
The ECTS earned in the certificate course can be fully recognised in the MBA Leadership and Management in Healthcare.
Participants of the certificate course without a formal university entrance qualification acquire the university entrance qualification after successful completion of the certificate course and can take up a Bachelor's degree programme at HNU.
Upon successful completion of the course, Neu-Ulm University awards the university certificate "Business Management of Health Care Operations I" worth 15 ECTS.
Who is this course for?
This certificate course is aimed at professionals who would like to acquire practical and up-to-date knowledge in the field of management and controlling in healthcare companies within a relatively short amount of time and in compact form.
This part-time certificate course is especially aimed at specialists and management staff from healthcare facilities.
What are the benefits for course participants?
Participants of this course acquire basic knowledge concerning the control elements essential for healthcare companies. They also learn methods of analysis and interpretation for structures, processes and potentials, with the aim of developing new application-oriented solutions.
What is the timeframe for the course?
The certificate course can be completed part-time in two semesters.
What qualification does the course offer?
Upon successful completion of the course, the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences will award participants the “Business Management in Healthcare Companies I” university certificate, which equates to 15 ECTS credits.
How much does the certificate course cost?
What do I need to be aware of when I apply for this certificate course on the application portal?
Please note that this certificate course is linked to the Leadership and Management in Healthcare (Führung und Management im Gesundheitswesen - FMG) programme. You can therefore find it on the application portal in the section for FMG certificates.
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