The health care sector is an extremely dynamic field and this is probably brought about by increased demand in health care services, increase in and expansion of health facilities and organizations, and the rise of new technologies. Therefore, high levels of professionalism are required in order to cope with the changes and challenges that face this industry.
Consequently, this professionalism can only be attained by investment in quality education that involves empowering students with the relevant skills needed for the various sub-sectors in the health care field. This paper critically examines a health care course i.e. health care management, and evaluates it to find out whether its curriculum meets its obligations in skills-development as far as the job market is concerned.