HBMeU unveils 2 master's degree programs
Dubai, January 16, 2011
Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University (HBMeU), a leading educational institution, has launched two new master's degree programs – Master of Science in Hospital Management and Master of Science: Excellence in Environmental Management.
HBMeU further revealed that it is offering visas for international learners interested in pursuing any of the academic programs being offered by the university.
The Master of Science in Hospital Management program targets healthcare administrators, leaders and decision makers dealing with health, senior healthcare executives, and healthcare providers interested in acquiring knowledge, enhancing their skills, and achieving excellence in healthcare services management.
The Master of Science: Excellence in Environmental Management program focuses on the necessary skills, knowledge and competencies needed to perform environmental risk management to improve environmental services.
'Expertise in healthcare and environmental management are increasingly becoming very important in light of the growing concern about healthcare issues and environmental sustainability,' said Prof Nabil Baydoun, assistant vice chancellor, Academic Affairs.
A key feature of the new academic programs is that learners can continue working full-time while pursuing the degree. Moreover, HBMeU will be providing various opportunities for learners to interact with peers from all over the world, which will help further enhance their career opportunities.
HBMeU has also revealed that it is adopting the blended learning model in the delivery of the two new academic programs, which will concentrate on research, field practice, community services and lifelong learning.-TradeArabia News Service
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