Part time Master's Degree in Health Economics

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Health Economics

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

A Master program in Health Economics prepares the student in the use of economic analysis and tools to understand problems in public health and economic development. The degree will train the student in his / her ability to occupy positions in both the public and the private sector overlooking international associations, public health institutions or even regional health authorities.

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Research Master in Health Sciences specializing in Health Economics

Erasmus MC Netherlands Institute for Health Sciences - Erasmus University Rotterdam
Campus 2 years August 2018 Netherlands Rotterdam

The specialization offers a unique combination of epidemiological and health economics courses, which are aimed at teaching you important analytical and professional skills for designing, carrying out and reporting academic research in the field of health economics. [+]

Research in health economics is becoming a worldwide phenomenon. Healthcare costs are rising rapidly creating a serious concern for health care decision makers around the world. The sustainability of the health care system, that is accessible and affordable to all, is hard to achieve and maintain. The difficulties related to ensuring a fair and comprehensive health care system are an important incentive for conducting health economic research.

This is why health economics is a dynamic and growing research area with numerous job opportunities. The specialization offers a unique combination of epidemiological and health economics courses, which are aimed at teaching you important analytical and professional skills for designing, carrying out and reporting academic research in the field of health economics. Typically, as a Health Economics student, you will deal with questions such as:... [-]