Faculty of Health







Univalle


gratuated leader


of young


surgeons


in Latin America













Trasgenic food,


are they as


bad as they


said?












Piglet


transplanted


in Univalle


survives happily

















A Colombian


in the revolution


against cancer









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Modality
On-site
Daytime
Daily
Duration
4 semesters
Credits
46
Available places (Annual)
Minimum 12, Maximum 15
Qualified registration
Res. 1838 February 13rd 2015

 

Mission

To train health administrators of excellent academic and scientific level, highly experienced to perform in any health services organization with autonomy, human quality and social service vocation.

Objectives

General

To train agents and the community for participation in an intersectoral articulation. Without forgetting the need to improve administrative capacities inside the sector, and to motivate an active search for a political and technical protagonism in processes of local reform, with intentions of expanding their space, thus they can be effectively directed to the health production.

Specific

  • To train staff with knowledge, attitudes, skills and abilities to lead processes aimed to orient or support the development of a Healthy Municipality, healthy city, eco-municipality, Welfare State and Social Security Regime.
  • To train professionals with work capacities in territorial, community, institutional scopes; training students in academic processes to assume the commitment of administration that institutions and organizations of the General Social Security System require, to be conducted with quality, productivity and opportunity.
  • That they face responsibilities from territorial administrations, looking for manners of influence decisions that are made in influence and co-financing instances.
  • Be able to respond from the organizations that capture and manage resources allocated by the Public Treasury.