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Master's programs recruit at BAC+3 and train students to BAC+5.

They represent the Faculty's most diversified offering. Combining specialization in well-identified fields and close collaboration with the professional world, Master's courses ensure top-quality professional integration.

Second-year professional Master's degree courses are taught by recognized academics and professionals, and include an internship period.

Second-year Master's research programs are supported by research teams.

The specialties and career opportunities offered by these Master's programs are important factors to consider when choosing a course of study, right from the Bachelor's level.

Economy

Finance

Management Information Systems

Management