Health Economics and Management: Master's Year 1

Program Objectives

The first year of the Master's in Health Economics and Management prepares students to pursue one of several tracks in the second year of the program. Instruction focuses on two areas of specialization: Economics and Management. It is mainly designed to prepare students for the second-year program in Economics and Management of Health and Medico-social Organizations. Students with previous experience in evaluating health strategies can also choose the program in Medico-Economic Evaluation and Market Access.
The degree consists of four blocks of required courses. Economics, Management (Management and Sociology), Tools (Statistical and Legal), and Personal Development.

Program objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of the specificities of the health sector from economic, sociological, and managerial perspectives;
  • Learn how to engage with the economic analysis and monitoring tools used in the health sector;
  • Understand the interplay between the law and the health sector, both in terms of private law and public law.
  • Engage in issues-based projects to hone argumentative techniques and develop a critical stance;
  • Gain professional experience by doing an internship in the health sector;
  • Develop soft skills by managing a health-related project and attending talks and lectures.
Types of education
Initial training
ECTS Credits
60 credits
12 weeks
Type of Diploma
National diploma
Academic Year


  • Franck Bien

    Associate Professor

    Director of the 1st year of the Master's degree

  • Isabelle Tanguy

    Teaching assistant

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