Health Economics & Health Care ManagementDownload as PDF Add to favorites
The course provides students with an in-depth scientific and professional-level knowledge of the healthcare sector from an economic and business perspective. It is geared towards students with an interest in science and a professional orientation towards hospitals, health insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, medical technology firms and their associations, as well as ministries, authorities and scientific institutions.
Specialist and management functions in hospitals, health insurance companies, within the pharmaceutical and medical technology sectors, at self-management institutions, ministries and authorities, universities and research institutions.
In addition, the master’s degree also prepares students for subsequent research work (PhD).
- Bachelor’s degree
Knowledge of English
Information about studying
Who offers this course?
Type of study
University master’s course
Four semesters full-time, part-time study also possible
Qualification on completion
Master of Science
Events in German and English.
The degree course is organised by the Social Economics department and the Faculty of Business at the University of Hamburg, in close cooperation with the Hamburg Center for Health Economics (HCHE). The HCHE, a joint centre for the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Hamburg and the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, is one of the largest centres for health economics research in Europe.