MAJORS

ICT MAJOR (PARIS CAMPUS)

Information and Communication Technologies

ICTs (Information and Communication Technologies) covers all the technologies required to process information. This major seeks to analyse how ICTs are integrated within a company’s operations and how they transform its processes, based on a client-focused approach. It addresses the integration of ICTs within companies in four areas: mobility, responsiveness, transformation of processes and security.

From early May to end June, several teams "compete" to propose a case and a mock-up that meets the client's specifications. This is no longer the case in September. The whole department works together in a corporate approach. 
They appoint a project manager who coordinates the teams, which work together on development, quality, and testing, each with its own leader.

OBJECTIVES

Training generalist engineers who can make wise use of new information and communication technologies through a cross- disciplinary understanding of the workplace.

KEY POINTS

  • A sector with a shortage of engineers and potential for high salaries
  • Android tablets provided for the entire semester
  • Understanding of health information systems
  • Meeting the sector’s growing needs
  • Wide diversity of potential jobs

PROJECTS

The DOMETHIC electronic medical records project, in partnership with Professor Denis Devictor, head of the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Bicêtre Hospital.
This project aims to produce a financial and commercial study with a potential target, a development timeframe, costs, etc., drawn up around a common theme.

SPECIALISATIONS OF THE ICT MAJOR

INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

"Information system architecture, management, Web, IT security, networks, modelling, tests, quality, project management, etc."
More on the Information Systems Management specialisation

E-HEALTH

"Healthcare IT systems"
more on the E-health major specialisation