The aim is to train students to become managers working for industrial companies and government agencies by offering courses in engineering, business management and organizational management.
- Work environment and competition
- Intellectual property law
- Business development
- Tools for international negotiation
- Business ethics
- Information management system
Students who choose this major acquire both technical skills (3 tracks available) and managerial skills. This allows them to aspire to managerial roles within a project management or business engineering context, early in their career.
Students in this major can choose to simultaneously take the courses of the double degree track of the Master in Management and Business Administration.
With this double degree, they build up managerial and business skills to broaden their career prospects.
Students who wish to become entrepreneurs receive guidance on how to convert their idea into a tailored business model.
Every year, some students opt for the 60-hour entrepreneurship training program. In addition, the competition Les Entrepreneuriales de Bretagne offers a 5-month track to learn about entrepreneurship.
In addition to technical engineering skills, students can acquire strong managerial skills, and thus broaden their career prospects within companies and government institutions, including the French Government defense procurement and technology agency (DGA).
Students who choose the Engineering and Business Science major learn to analyze economic, political and legal environments in order to build a project strategy consistent with the identified constraints and opportunities.
The program includes project management, business engineering and innovation management, with specific performance management topics.
. Project performance leadership