The Program follows a term  pattern spread over two years. The first year is common to all students covering core courses. In the first year in addition to the Core Courses, students are required to attend induction courses (non-graded courses) that provide basic skills. The second year has specialized courses in Hospital Management, Health Management and Healthcare Information Technology Management.

First Year

During the first year, the program aims at cultivating multi-disciplinary skills of health systems, management principles and communication which are common to all the streams


FIRST YEAR (Common to All Streams)

Induction Course
The Induction Courses are non-credit courses

  • Human Process Lab
  • Essentials of Computers and Information Technology
  • Communication Lab

     Core Courses

  • Health and Development
  • Principles of Management
  • Health Policy & Health Care Delivery System
  • Biostatistics Essential Epidemiology
  • Demography and Population Sciences
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Marketing Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Essentials of Health Economics
  • Financial Management and Accounting
  • Health Communication 
  • Research Methodology
  • Essentials of Hospital Services
  • Introduction to Health Information Management

    Summer Training

For further detail please refer our Academic Brochure


Summer Training

Summer Training is an integral part of the program. The students are placed for eight weeks in various designated Hospitals and Healthcare organizations for practical exposure and hands on training. They are assessed on the basis of their performance during this period.

Second Year

In the second year, the students are required to opt for three areas of specialization: Hospital Management, Health Management and Healthcare Information Technology Management. The following specialized courses are offered in the respective streams:



Second Year

Hospital Management
Health Management
Health Information Technology
  • Hospital Planning
  • Organization and Management of Clinical Services
  • Organization and Management of Support Services
  • Organization and Management of Utility Services
  • Materials and Equipment Management
  • Marketing Management of Hospital Services
  • Strategic Planning and Management
  • Hospital Management Information Systems
  • Health Insurance and Managed Care
  • Legal Framework in Healthcare and Hospitals
  • Quality Management and Patient Safety in Hospitals
  • Disaster Management
  • Operations Managements in Hospitals
  • Clinical Epidemiology
  • Data Management and Analysis
  • Dissertation
  • Applied Epidemiology
  • Health Survey Research Methods
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Programme Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Global Health
  • International Health
  • Strategic Planning and Management in Health Care
  • Health Management Information System
  • Health Insurance and Managed Care
  • Legal Framework in Health Care
  • Quality Assurance in Health Care
  • Operations Research
  • Disaster Management
  • National Health Programme
  • Data Management and Analysis
  • Urban Health
  • NGO Management
  • Dissertation                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
  • Introduction to Healthcare IT and Information Standards
  • Project Management Techniques
  • Requirements Management
  • Information Technology Management
  • Managing Databases (DBMS)
  • Designing for Healthcare Information Technology
  • Health Information System Design
  • Clinical Information Systems
  • Regulatory Aspects & Monitoring in Healthcare
  • Managing Healthcare IT Department and Implementation
  • Bioinformatics
  • Programming Language (Through OOPs)
  • Basics of Data mining & Data Warehouse
  • Quality Assurance in Health Information Technology
  • Health Insurance and Managed Care
  • Dissertation


Value Added Courses

Systematic Review

R Programming

Soft Skills


Dissertation and Internship

The second year students go for the three month dissertation at the end of second year followed by presentations. Each student is required to submit a thesis involving research in his/her area of interest.