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B.Sc. (Hons.) Healthcare and Hospital Management

   Department of Biomedical Science

Programme Level

Under Graduate


3 Years

About the programme

Earlier doctors and healthcare facility didn’t have as much of a need for healthcare managers. However, the near-continuous development of medical technology (including changes in healthcare data systems) and regular changes in laws and regulations surrounding healthcare mean that hospitals and other medical centres need experts in these areas to ensure everything runs as it should. This under-graduate program will covers the courses related to management/administration of various functions in hospitals and allied areas. It will cover courses related to public health, health insurance and pharmaceuticals. In addition, students will choose general electives courses from different management domains such as HR, Marketing, IT, Finance, Operations & General Management. Students will undergo an industry immersion for an extended duration of 4 months. Students will be involved in the community projects and will conduct a field study to understand various public health issues and effectiveness of public health schemes run by the government.


10+2 in PCB from a recognized Board with a minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate.

Fee Structure

3 years
Tuition Fee (per annum)
Exam Fee (per annum)

Career Pathways

Career Avenue: Graduates shall manage and oversee hospital operations. They will take on a variety of leadership roles in healthcare organizations in the areas of healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation centres, and ambulatory care facilities. Graduates shall excel in promoting better healthcare system exhibiting global competitiveness. Graduates have a high sense of medical responsibilities and ethical thinking and solve new/unsolved/unmet medical need.

Programme Outcomes


Healthcare Management Knowledge: Leverage sound business principles and technology to guide day-to-day operational, strategic, and clinical decisions that ensure delivery of value-based health care.


Planning Abilities: Formulate business plans to achieve organizational goals within the market it operates and aligned with health policy, governance, and regulatory/legal entities


Problem analysis: Utilize the principles of Analytical thinking, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during research design. Find, analyse, evaluate and apply information systematically and making decisions related to Healthcare


Innovation: Combine system and design thinking to deliver innovative and integrative health services


Leadership skills: Practice evidence-based leadership to ensure excellent health services outcomes


Professional Identity: Understand, analyse and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g. health care professionals, promoters of health, Medical Biotechnologist, managers, employers, employees)


Ethics and Responsibility: Promote ethics and social responsibility at all levels of health services and management.


Communication: Communicate and collaborate within and among disciplines, health services, and communities to transform patient care, improve health and add value.

Programme Educational Objectives


Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of today’s healthcare system including delivery, finances, quality, regulatory policies and practices and compliance, organization effectiveness and clinical and support services


Graduates will demonstrate competencies in communication, interpersonal relations, management and leadership


Graduates have a high sense of medical responsibilities and ethical thinking and solve new/unsolved/unmet medical need

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)


Develop business acumen and adopt an integrative approach towards decision-making in healthcare


Develop leadership competencies with an ability to communicate effectively to a variety of individuals and groups