Article 5 October 2021
Back to School for the Master in Health and Social Care Companies Management
Students registered for the Master in Health and Social Care Companies Management have many reasons to attend the programme: evolve in their careers, consolidate their skills in the field with theoretical knowledge, switch careers entirely and start a new professional project. The Class for the Master Year 1 and Year 2 have started their studies on September 24 and October 1st.
Master in Health and Social Care Companies Management at TSM.
The continuing education students (between 29 and 30 students per class), all already have professional experience and attend classes two days a week. This arrangement allows them to continue their professional activity or to be on assignment during the other part of the week.
A diversity of students’ profiles
The class of 2022 includes a variety of profiles that also enrich the curriculum: social workers, specialised educators, health professionals, lawyers, engineers, etc. They work or wish to work in structures dedicated to young people and children, the elderly, the vulnerable or in health establishments, in the field of disability, school inclusion, addiction, or home help...
Virginie Nunes, Head of Studies, welcomes the Master 2 class on 1 October 2021.
The Master in Health and Social Care Companies Management teaches students to:
- understand and master the constant evolution of the environment of social and health enterprises in all its dimensions
- acquire skills in human resources management, team management and cross-functional project management, decision-making, accounting and financial management, quality and innovation management.
Growing into a management career
The Master 1 provides students with the skills needed to become managers or directors of health, social action organisations with fewer than 50 employees.
During their second year of the master, students learn to use tools adapted to the management of organisations in the health, medico-social and social sectors, as well as to expert missions.
TSM welcomes this new class and wishes them a successful academic year with great human and professional challenges.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Anne-Marie PRONOST, who has steered the diploma with remarkable commitment and unwavering investment, and to welcome the new Head of Programme, Virginie NUNES.
More information on the Master 1 and Master 2 Health and Social Care Companies Management.