This 6-month of classes and 6-month internship Applied MSc program, with its two entries in Autumn and Spring, is designed to open your career to these Big Data Engineering jobs all industries are looking for.
- End of September to the beginning of April for the Autumn entry;
- Beginning of March to mid-October for the Spring entry;
On a full-time basis (5 hours/day) along with “Engineering Projects” (see below) and followed by a 6-month work placement.
In this Applied MSc program, you will:
- Learn how to understand the analysis, design, implementation & monitoring of IT & Big Data architectures;
- Leverage the most prevalent programming languages and their libraries for the applied machine and deep learning;
- Learn how to architect and deploy highly distributed data and computation clusters such as Hadoop, SPARK or Microsoft Orleans;
- Discover the DevOps world and set up continuous integration architecture;
- Be trained to and take two Enterprise-Level Certification examination:
- Amazon AWS *Cloud-Computing DSTI Chair*
Preparation for AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate
- A Hadoop certification
Classes for this Applied MSc program are offered on a full-time basis from Data ScienceTech Institute campuses (around 5hrs a day).
Once the classes are finished, our Applied MSc students can choose between going for a work placement or working on an advanced engineering project and dissertation. DSTI strongly encourages On-Campus students towards industrial placement and advanced engineering projects for online education students ones.
On-Campus students are strongly encouraged to choose the 6-month work placement option (805hrs, 35hrs/week) and immerse themselves in a data science industrial environment. Finding a work placement opportunity is a student’s responsibility. DSTI provides active help, advice, and support throughout its industrial and academic partners network.
Advanced engineering project
Online education students will be tutored by a DSTI Professor in selecting a data science engineering problem for a given industrial application and write an engineering proposal, covering state-of-the-art literature, to propose a solution. On-Campus students may also choose this engineering project as an alternative to a work placement.
*540 hours is an evaluated time, which accounts for the 200 hours already spent during the classes time and equivalent to four months of legal full-time work in France (35 hours per week), of requirement commitment to perform the project.
Available modes for this program
On-campus, Online, SPOC
We offer 3 delivery modes for the programs:
- First an on-campus mode (Paris or Nice Sophia-Antipolis)
- Then 2 different online modes.
- Online Mode Live: 6 months intensive program. 5 hours a day, 5 days a week. Classes are followed live.
- SPOC Mode: 18 months, part-time program. Suits students that want to work and study at the same time.