5 Years Integrated (BBA+MBA) in Public Health and Hospital Management programme is 5 years on-campus, fulltime course. The programme would train the students in the areas of Public Health and Hospital Management. Public Health and Hospital Management is a multi-disciplinary field. The programme has been designed in such a way that participants can take advantage of learning public health and managing hospitals in general. It has been designed to acquire skills to examine and respond the current public health challenges. The programme is delivered using a variety of teaching/learning techniques like lectures, case discussions, practical exercises, lab work, field visits, seminars, journal clubs, collaborative learning, group discussions, assignments, hands-on training, internship, and dissertation. The aim of the programme is to develop a cadre of professional managers for the rapidly growing healthcare industry who can play an effective managerial role and provide leadership in public/private healthcare institutions.
The newly emerging healthcare issues of human population call for brilliant minds who can smartly handle hefty patient requirements with available resources and minimal wastage; that is exactly where healthcare managers come into picture. Needless to say, the world requires more of such brilliance. For achieving its intended objective, the program curriculum is structured on multidisciplinary perspectives including general management and healthcare management theories and practices. Our curriculum involves imparting theoretical and practical knowledge as well, which helps our students stay updated with the current trends and challenges in the healthcare sector. While they study here, we try our level best to build their expertise in various aspects of patient care, quality control, organizational safety, business management, etc.
Integrated MBA in Public Health and Hospital Management will lead students to get placed in Hospitals and healthcare consultancies such as:
The degree also opens up avenues to a career in public health that contributes to the improvement of health and welfare of people. Potential employers include multilateral and bilateral organizations like World Health Organisation, UNICEF and other United Nations (UN) agencies like UNICEF, various state/central government departments, national and international non-governmental organisations (NGOs), industry-supported (CSR) foundations, academic/research institutions, hospitals, health insurance companies, and allied health organisations. One can also opt for higher studies in public health in India or abroad. Placement cell at IIPHG facilitatesstudentsto find suitable placement.