Our MSc in Economic Evaluation for Health Technology Assessment will give you the tools you need to solidify the knowledge you have gained in your PGCert and PGDip Health Economics for Health Care Professionals.
Mounting pressure on healthcare budgets worldwide has focused attention on how best to organise health care systems and the spending within them. The University of York distance learning courses in health economics allow you to gain a qualification without interrupting your career, and offer the flexibility to spread study over a period of years to suit your professional and personal circumstances.
This course will give you a comprehensive knowledge of health economics, which you can apply directly to the problems you face in the workplace.
In this course, you will complete three modules to the value of 20 credits each. These will be combined with the modules you completed for your PGCert and PGDip Health Economics for Health Care Professionals to make the 180 credits you need to obtain the Masters qualification.
You'll study three 20 credit modules.
Please note, modules may change to reflect the latest academic thinking and expertise of our staff.
Every course at York is built on a distinctive set of learning outcomes. These will give you a clear understanding of what you will be able to accomplish at the end of the course and help you explain what you can offer employers. Our academics identify the knowledge, skills, and experiences you'll need upon graduation and then design the course to get you there.
|Study mode||UK (home) / International and EU|
|Part-time, distance learning (2 years)
The fee quoted is the total course fee.
|Part-time, distance learning (2 years)
Discounted fees are available to applicants funded by public sector organisations and some self-funding applicants in countries classified by the World Bank as having low-income or lower-middle-income economies. The fee quoted is the total course fee.
We offer optional two-day residential workshops as part of each module. If you choose to attend, you'll need to cover your transport and accommodation costs for this trip.
The residential workshops are being reviewed in light of COVID-19
Each module will be delivered through narrated slides, and you will also have access to a workbook containing references to additional reading and exercises. Some modules will also be supplemented with a textbook containing core material. Your teaching will be supported using the University's virtual learning environment, Yorkshare. You'll have access to:
We hold optional two-day residential workshops for each module. The residential workshops are being reviewed in light of COVID-19
As this is a distance learning course, you will be able to complete much of the work you need to do for each module in your own home or workplace.
The two-day residential workshops that we offer will take place on Campus West at the University of York. The residential workshops are being reviewed in light of COVID-19
Your modules will be assessed through open exams.
This is a Continuing Professional Development course and is designed for those who are already employed.
The learning objectives aim to equip you with the necessary skills in health economics to progress your career within your current organisation and/or to change career direction, targeting jobs which combine health economics with the disciplines in which you are already qualified.
|Postgraduate degree||Pass in the University of York’s PGDip Health Economics for Health Care Professionals.|
|Other qualifications and experience||We are not currently able to admit students who have not completed the University of York’s PGDip Health Economics for Health Care Professionals.|
|Other international qualifications||Equivalent qualifications from your country|
If English isn't your first language you may need to provide evidence of your English language ability. We accept the following qualifications:
|IELTS||6.5, minimum 6.0 in each component|
|PTE Academic||61, minimum 55 in each component|
|C1 Advanced and C2 Proficiency||176, minimum 169 in each component|
|TOEFL||87, minimum 21 in each component|
|Trinity ISE III||Merit in all requirements|
|Duolingo||110, minimum 100 in all other components|
For more information see our English language requirements.
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