Healthcare Facilities (MSc)
The postgraduate Master Program Healthcare Facilities (MSc) of the Medical University of Vienna and TU Wien represents a unique, interdisciplinary education for experts of different disciplines. The Master Program pursues a holistic approach to the conception, planning, construction, operation and management of healthcare facilities in the service of patients.
The postgraduate course is characterised by the cooperation between the fields of architecture and spatial planning, business organisation and medicine, which is reflected in the cooperation between the TU Wien and the Medical University of Vienna. The students benefit from the know-how, the network and the experience in postgraduate education of both renowned universities.
Final Degree Master of Science (MSc) granted by TU Wien & MedUni Vienna
Language of Instruction English
Duration 4 semesters, part-time, presented in modules
Program Start October 2020
Application Deadline June 30, 2020
The contents of the MSc Program are divided into modules and are presented in part-time attendance phases. Acquired knowledge is implemented interactively in practice-oriented labs. Field trips offer insights into the practice of healthcare facilities.
Modules of the Program
- Introduction and Basic Concepts of Healthcare & Healthcare Facilities
- Healthcare Facilities as part of the Healthcare System: Stakeholders, Measurement and Evaluation
- The Macro-Environment of Healthcare Facilities: Strategic and Financial Planning
- The Micro-Environment of Healthcare Facilities: Processes and Functional Planning
- International Practices and Healthcare Facilities of the Future
- Information and Knowledge Management
- Healthcare Facilities and Design I: Disciplines and Practices
- Healthcare Facilities and Design II: Integral Planning and Implementation
- Commissioning and Transition Planning
- Master's Thesis
The postgraduate Master Program Healthcare Facilities (MSc) is targeted in particular at architects, engineers, medical doctors and specialists, nursing staff, health and healthcare managers, physicists and computer scientists involved in the planning and design of healthcare.
The MSc Program is intended for graduates of a relevant field of study (e.g. engineering, natural science, economy, law, medicine, dentistry), as well as graduates of a specific post-secondary health professional education, who have at least three years of relevant professional experience and adequate knowledge of the English language.
EUR 19,500 (excluding expenses for travelling and accommodation).
About the School
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