The Master of Enterprise Engineering program is organized over one year corresponding to semesters 9 and 10 (year 5) of the overall university education cycle. Training takes place in France (Bordeaux) and is dedicated to the teaching of Enterprise Engineering. The first semester (September to December) consists of lectures, exercises and practical work; the second semester (January to July) consists of projects and an internship (within a company or a research laboratory).
The Enterprise Engineering program benefits from the expertise of the industrial engineering research group at the IMS laboratory, University of Bordeaux. This expertise is well recognized at national and international levels in the field of industrial engineering. The productics group has developed and maintained close relationships with the industrial world for more than 35 years. Lectures, exams and internship report are conducted exclusively in English. Courses are validated by written and/or oral exams, and the internship is subject to a report/memoir and a presentation in front of a jury.
Once the Master studies are completed, graduates obtain a Master Degree of the University of Bordeaux, an official national diploma in France.
Semester 1: September to December
- Information System and Interoperability (ISI) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
- Enterprise Modelling (EMO) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
- Production Management (PMT) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
- Performance and Continuous Improvement (PCI) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
- Supply Chain Management and Networked Enterprise (SCM) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
Semester 2: January to July
- Scientific Conferences and/or Projects (COS/PRO) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
- Internship: Pofessional/Research (STA) 24 ECTS - Compulsory
Strengths of this Master program
- This international Master trains high level executives in the Enterprise System.
- Students are capable of modelling, analyzing, designing and implementing organizational, technical and software application solutions to improve the performance of manufacturing and service enterprises.
- Students may work and develop their careers in an international, professional environment, in particular within the context of industrial collaborations across the continents.
After this Master program?
- Employment opportunities may be found in companies (large companies as well as small/medium companies) that have developed international industrial cooperation.
- Job positions within the manufacturing industry sector as well as within the service sector are suitable. Some examples of these positions include: Head of Industrial Management (production, quality, maintenance), Manager of Design, Development and Implementation of Software Applications, Consultant, Project Leader, etc.