The engineer is the professional within an organization who innovates and very often designs products and innovative processes. And yet, the success of any innovation requires that considerations beyond the purely technical sphere be taken into account.

The aim of this UV is to carry out this task by offering student-engineers the tools to understand, analyze and manage the economic, social and legal factors that play a role in the emergence and adoption of information and communications technology (ICT). The particular features of this technology (ICT) will be explained via theoretical courses as well as case studies, conferences and role-playing.

Core curriculum

1st year of the core curriculum 

Bachelor Level / Year 1
February-March / 8 weeks

Company knowledge

Study and understand a company through its professions, the manner in which it operates, its organization and its environment by studying its various departments and performing a job that is useful to the company.
For most students, this is their first immersion in the corporate world.

2nd year of the core curriculum

Bachelor Level / Year 2
April-June / 9

Networks and Telecommunications

Discover computer and telecommunications networks in a company (organization of networks and justification of the choice of architectures – installation, hardware commissioning, operation and maintenance) and comprehend the impact of the network on the life and operation of the company (hardware security, possible participation in their manufacture and production). Carry out a technical job for the company.


Engineering curriculum

1st year of the engineering curriculum
Bachelor Level / Year 3
January-May / 14 weeks

Marketing and Communication or Marketing Function*

Study, understand and analyze marketing and its importance in a company's business strategy. Then, depending on the student's choice, study, understand and analyze a company's communications or market function and how it fits into the marketing strategy.
Carry out design and implementation activities for a company.
The internship focusing on communications requires the development of a communications product, while the other, focusing on marketing function, ends with the simulation of a commercial negotiation.
*For students entering into the engineering curriculum directly, tailored subjects are offered.

2nd year of the engineering curriculum
Master Level / Year 4
September-January / 18 weeks

Management and administration of computer networks

Participate in activities or a major technological project in order to perform an analysis of the existing elements and generate a strategic overview (place and role in the company's strategy – choice of architectures, infrastructures, budgets and investments – integration of new developments and technologies – development and integration of applications – operation, supervision, security).


Functions of a company's Information Systems Department or Computer Department

Study the company's organization, disciplines and work methods and/or its general policy and strategy in the IT realm. Participate in coordinating and managing the department.


Organization and operation of telecommunications networks

Participate in the organization and development of company telecommunications systems. Contribute to a technical project; this includes working on its technological aspects (microwave frequency, fiber optics, DSP, etc.) as well as its systems aspects (wireless network, mobile communications…).

3rd year of the engineering curriculum
Master Level / Year 5January-June / 24 weeks

Final year project (Engineering project)

Employ the knowledge, experience and skills acquired in the scientific, technical and managerial fields. Acquire new knowledge, experience and skills. Demonstrate the capacity to reflect, analyze and situate a project within a company's strategic and economic environment.

Above all, the final year project, an engineering project, is comprised of scientific and technical content and is distinguished by its high degree of autonomy.