Master – Sector management

Domain: Cultures, territories and plural societies in the Indian Ocean

Course: Management of Health Organizations (POS)
Health Management and Education (MES)
Management of Social and Solidarity Economy Organizations (MOESS)

ECTS credits


level of studies
at the end of training

Baccalaureate + 5

Teaching locations

Saint-Denis – Victory Site

Type of training : Master

Training regime: Continuing Education

Training summary

The Master of Sector Management POS course offers health executives various courses such as management and governance, strategy and health steering. The POS course is offered exclusively from Master 2 onwards.

The Master of Sectoral Management MES course offers a possibility of double diploma (Diploma ofÉstate health executive) and various courses such as the managerial function and the function of trainer.rice. The MES course is offered exclusively from Master 2 onwards.

The Master in Sector Management MOESS course is aimed at managers of theÉSocial and Solidarity Economy (ESS) and offers various courses such as business strategy, social and solidarity entrepreneurship and the management of ESS organizations. The MOESS course is offered exclusively from Master 2 onwards.

Training aims

POS route:

  • Acquire strategic and managerial skills to operate in complex environments

  • Be in a senior management or management capacity in a healthcare or accommodation structure

MES route:

  • Train local executives in care services, accommodation or training institutes capable of supporting the implementation of establishment projects or educational projects

  • Promote the acquisition of a common culture among all managers in order to enrich collaborative practices between the health and medico-social sectors

MOESS route:

  • Supporting managers in a process of increasing their skills in order to understand the specificities of management and the creation of structures falling within the scope of the ESS.

  • Equip managers with expertise enabling them to support changes and being a force for proposals in economic organizations social and solidarity, taking into account the current issues and challenges of this mode to undertake and the territory.

Advantages of the training

POS route:

  • A partnership with the School of Advanced Studies in Public Health

  • University speakers and managers in the health field

  • Compatibility with a professional activity

MES route:

  • Obtaining a double diploma* (State health executive diploma / Master 2 sector management)

  • University speakers and health professionals
    * subject to admission to the health executive examination

MOESS route:

  • Reference training for ESS leaders

  • A multidisciplinary approach with economists, managers, sociologists who intervene in the different modules offered

Targeted skills

POS route:

  • Change management

  • Management, strategic management and performance of organizations

  • Human Resources Management and multidisciplinary team management

  • Financial management

MES route:

  • Management, communication and work organization

  • Human Resource Management

  • Project management, change management

  • Quality and safety of care

  • Economic medical monitoring

MOESS route:

  • Analyze ESS organizations

  • Understand the place of ESS organizations in the environment current political, economic and social

  • Better integrate the issues and values ​​of the ESS into the strategies implemented

  • Design management systems and integrate governance capacities adapted to ESS organizations

  • Identify the specificities of ESS organizations and position them relative to traditional commercial organizations

  • Contribute to changing current practices and the dialogue between politics and technology within ESS organizations

  • Evaluate and anticipate the socio-economic and political effects of decision-making

  • Master the overall vision, both strategically and operationally, of an establishment

Sheet of the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP)

Summary of lessons by course

The lessons taught in the Master Sector Management POS course are:

  • Health Fundamentals

  • Organization, regulation and performance

  • Management of care, information systems and services

  • Health strategy and management 

  • Management and governance 

  • Memo

The lessons taught in the MES Sector Management Master are:

  • Introduction to management

  • Public health

  • Analysis of practices and initiation to research

  • Health managerial function 

  • Health teaching function

  • Deepening in management and teaching 

The lessons taught in the Master Sector Management MOESS course are:

  • ESS and territory

  • Business strategy 

  • SSE theories and policies

  • Social and solidarity entrepreneurship

  • Intrapreneurship

  • Management of ESS organizations

  • Management and leadership

  • Governance of ESS organizations


POS route:
Memory to complete

MES route:
Internship 1: three weeks outside the health or medico-social sector
Internship 2: three weeks in a health or medico-social establishment
Internship 3: three weeks in a health training institute
Stage 4 + dissertation to be completed

MOESS route:
Memory to complete

Specific devices

Not concerned

Conditions of access to training

On file, baccalaureate + 4 or equivalent

Continuing Studies

Not concerned

Career opportunities

POS route:

  • Senior

  • Pole executive, pole manager

  • Manager in health, social and medico-social structures

MES route:

  • Health framework within a public, private or associative establishment

  • Health executive trainer in a health training institute

  • Local manager

MOESS route:

  • Director, deputy director, functional director of ESS structures (association, cooperative, mutual, integration company, NGO, etc.)

  • Administrative framework for public servicestargeted opportunities and professions

  • Director of an establishment or social or medico-social service

  • Project manager

  • Social and supportive entrepreneur

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