ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT MAJOR (PARIS CAMPUS)
This major aims to give students the knowledge and tools necessary to understand a company from a geopolitical, strategic, marketing and fi nancial standpoint. It uses a systemic approach to address the different methods for optimising a company’s processes. Company IT systems are studied to control these processes.
100% of courses are taught in English in 4th year (M1).
OPTIMIZATION OF PROCESSES AND MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONS
The Engineering Management Major introduces and analyzes, using a systemic approach, the different methods used to optimize the company's processes.
Objectives: To train engineers to understand the stakes of the company, to design and apply the most adapted tools to optimize its functioning.
- Dual management and technical approach;
- 100% taught in English;
- Operational profiles, adapted to many sectors in full expansion;
- A unifying project: a "real" confrontation with the stakes and the modes of operation of the industry
The target sectors are manufacturing or process industries, agri-food, distribution, logistics, merchant web services, services, consulting, advanced technology industries, particularly in information technology , Infrastructure and Transformation Industries, and the Financial Sector.
Examples of projects realized in 2014 and 2015:
- Designing the industrialization of an electric vehicle;
- Study of the geographical positioning of a production site;
- Preliminary design study on the associated industrialization for the production of a range of mountain bikes.
SPECIALISATIONS OF THE ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT MAJOR (5TH YEAR)
INDUSTRIAL & LOGISTICS ENGINEERING
"The “Industrial and Logistics Engineering” specialisation is intended for future specialists in cross-disciplinary supply chain management"
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BUSINESS DECISION ENGINEERING (IN ENGLISH)
"The Business Decision Engineering Programme aims to provide future engineers with competences in designing, negotiating and managing ambitious technical projects in the industrial, IT and financial sectors."
The courses are entirely taught in English.
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