Program Year

Obligatoire

  • Economie des produits du secteur de la santé
  • Ressources humaines
  • Analyse de la qualité
  • Droit de la santé publique
  • Economie de la Santé
  • Applied English Lessons for Health Economics
  • Introduction au pilotage stratégique
  • Sociologie des organisations de santé
  • Méthodes économétriques appliquées à la santé
  • Informatique appliquée à la santé (Introduction SAS STATA)
  • Conférence Sports et santé

Obligatoire

  • Economie de l'assurance
  • Nouveaux enjeux économique de la santé
  • Economie de la protection sociale
  • Sociologie des professions de santé
  • Droit du marché de la Santé
  • Comptabilité analytique
  • Gestion de projet
  • Conférences Parcours Santé
  • Analyse empirique appliquée à la santé
  • Stage
  • Mémoire (méthodologie, rédaction et soutenance du mémoire)

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The first year of the Master's in Health Economics and Management is divided into two semesters between September and June.

The curriculum consists of four blocks of required courses and no electives: Economics (Health Economics, Healthcare Product Economics, New Economic Challenges in Healthcare); Management (Human Resources; Quality Analysis; Introduction to Strategic Monitoring, Sociology of Healthcare Organizations); Tools (Applied Computer Science and Healthcare; Public Health Law; Healthcare Market Law; Applied Econometric Methods and Healthcare; Analytical Accounting); and Personal Development (Sports and Healthcare, Health Economics, Thesis, Internship, Project management, Conferences). Most of the forms of assessment of the core courses aim to help students develop an objective stance through case studies or personal assignments that combine theoretical knowledge and empirical fact.

Students take more courses in the first semester than in the second so that they can write an applied research thesis on the healthcare sector. Students do a professional internship after second-semester classes are over and produce an internship report.


Internships and Supervised Projects

Students in the initial training program must complete an internship of at least three months in order to gain experience of the healthcare sector or deepen their expertise in the area.

Several types of roles would be appropriate, including assistant director of a healthcare or medical-social welfare establishment, member of the management team in a healthcare service, head of research or health-related project manager, etc.

Students can either do this internship at a public healthcare organization (such as Has, ARS, or CNAM in France), or in the Market Access sector.