Processing innovations to innovative products requires the control of industrial processes for their entry into market within a reasonable time and price, while providing assurance on their quality and safety. Increasingly, quality and safety requirements will also focus on the manufacturing process. All these processes involve various human, technical and financial resources, all under the influence of many external constraints - regulatory, normative, legal, societal... The conduct of such a system requires an organization to control the use of resources, as well as monitoring their commitment to ensure safety and sustainability.
The present program aims at training specialists providing answers to these new societal expectations. Moreover, this new industrial development can only be performed in an international context. Thus the Master adds lectures on French language and culture to engineering and managerial skills.
Semester 1 (M1): 30 ECTS
Safety Engineering: risk analysis, development of safe systems, toxic risk for humans and environment, process safety, structural safety. Cultural integration, linguistics (French) and methodology.
Semester 2 (M1): 30 ECTS
Safety management, health and safety, uncertainty management, insurance, law and regulation, communication on risk and safety, professional project and linguistics.
Semester 3 (M2): 30 ECTS
Industrial Systems Engineering: project management, logistics and operation management, quality insurance, information systems, economy and industrial law, professional projects.
Semester 4 (M2): 30 ECTS
Graduation internship (5-6 months) in industrial companies or in research laboratories.
Placement opportunities are varied as the topics covered in the training include design, production and operation, but also the monitoring of industrial plants.
Required level: Bachelor of Science, Engineering degree
M1: English mainly (10% French)
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Last updated July 6, 2015