Online Master in Professional Studies

Best Online Master's Degrees in Professional Studies 2017

Professional Studies

Those who are interested in a master degree have a wide variety of options open to them. This graduate degree is generally pursued after completion of a bachelor program and can be offered in many different subject areas. Each program will vary from school to school.

Those who pursue professional studies often find that such a program is an excellent way to prepare for a career after graduation. Topics covered in these courses of study may include industry-specific information, general professional principles, or important skills, such as leadership.

Online Master in Professional Studies

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Master of Ageing

The University of Melbourne - Online
Online Full time Part time 18 - 36 months January 2018 Australia Australia Online + 1 more

The Master of Ageing is a unique fully online course about local and global challenges, and new directions and solutions in the field of ageing. Societal change coupled with relentless technological development demands flexible, responsive and integrative approaches to managing ageing populations and workforces. Given the complexity of this field and its relevance to all populations, the Master of Ageing course is interdisciplinary, intergenerational and international. Subjects are taught by academics and leading industry experts from Australia and around the world, in public health, medicine, social work, architecture and design, engineering, business and economics, government, and the arts. [+]

Top Online Masters in Professional Studies. Ageing is our greatest common denominator, yet our knowledge of it is still very limited. As populations around the world grow older, we need to understand the economic, social and political implications of ageing. The Master of Ageing is a fully online course that delves deep into the challenges facing ageing populations from a local as well as global perspective. This interdisciplinary course explores new directions in the field of ageing, factoring in societal change, and swift technological developments. Subjects are taught by academics and leading industry experts from Australia and around the world, in public health, medicine, social work, architecture and design, engineering, business and economics, government, and the arts. If you are a looking to develop a greater understanding of the complex implications of ageing populations and workforces and access career opportunities in this rapidly expanding sector, then this course is for you. At Australia's #1 University, your online learning experience will be enriched by regular feedback as well as real-time sessions where you speak with the instructor and fellow students. Students taking the course from overseas are not required to have an international student visa. Who the course is for This course is for those looking to build a career specialising in this fast-growing sector and will be particularly relevant if you are a policy and planning professional, entrepreneur, manager, healthcare professional, or someone already working with ageing populations and workforces. At the completion of this course, students will be well... [-]

Master of Healthcare Leadership

Southern Cross University (Online)
Online Part time 1 year Open Enrollment Australia Sydney Melbourne Lismore Coffs Harbour Gold Coast Port Macquarie + 5 more

Rather than focusing on any one health discipline, the Master of Healthcare Leadership is designed to give you a broad, inter-disciplinary perspective on the changing face of healthcare. You might be a nurse with a diploma and many years of experience wanting to move out of direct care. [+]

Prepare for the future of healthcare Healthcare is Australia’s largest industry. It’s growing and it’s also changing. Dr Louise Horstmanshof, Course Coordinator for the Master of Healthcare Leadership, says “we’re preparing in many ways for an unknown future”. We’re living longer but we also want to live better. The challenge for the health industry is in planning for, responding to and effectively managing change in a complex and busy environment. “We’re going to have to be more innovative, more flexible … and we need leadership … people who are open to opportunity, people who can look at data, look at systems, be critical about them, make decisions about them and lead others”, says Dr Horstmanshof. Rather than focusing on any one health discipline, the Master of Healthcare Leadership is designed to give you a broad, inter-disciplinary perspective on the changing face of healthcare. You might be a nurse with a diploma and many years of experience wanting to move out of direct care. You might be from an allied health background (like physiotherapy, osteopathy, counselling, optometry or even veterinary medicine) wanting to start your own practice. Or, you may be from a non-health background (perhaps you’ve worked in management and leadership in business or industry) and want to lead change and innovation in a healthcare setting. Whatever your background, a Master of Healthcare Leadership is designed to give you more flexibility, more opportunities and more transferable skills. Career opportunities Where will a Master of Healthcare Leadership take you? Where do... [-]