If you complete the minor Health Care Management, you will be able to analyse the economic consequences of health policies and health care interventions. The minor will enable you to participate in developing new health policies and in managing health care organizations. The minor enhances your career opportunities in national health policy agencies, health consultancy organizations, hospitals and care institutions.
This minor offers five courses, which are briefly described below. Alternatively, you have the opportunity to take a 12 EC internship as part of the minor instead of two of the listed courses. If you choose this option you have to arrange your internship in either in periods 1 and 2, or in periods 2 and 3. To prepare for it you are warmly invited to contact Career Services at the Faculty of Business and Economics. They can help you find an internship and get the best out of it.
Note that the course Economics of the Dutch health care system is taught in Dutch only. Therefore this minor can only be completed by students who do not speak Dutch if they do an internship in periods 1 and 2 and choose Health Economics in period 1.
For more specific information about each course, please visit our study guide.