Bachelor in management & digital

National diploma

NEW IN 2021 !

For who?

For integration into Bachelor 1

Have obtained a diploma equivalent to the French Baccalaureate in country of origin.
Very good foundation in mathematics and economics are required. 


Why choose this degree ?

  • Understand and support the impacts of digital transformation within companies 
  • Develop practices with a sustainable and ethical approach
  • Manage people, develop products and manage companies in the digital age 
  • Retain a wide choice of possible directions after the degree

COURSES

Possible changes by September 2021 without calling into question the essential content and orientations of the training.

Bachelor 1

Semester 1
Fundamental subjects24 credits
Comptabilité financière4
Théorie des organisations4
Bureautique de gestion (Excel)3
Culture générale du numérique4
Introduction au droit2
Analyse et politiques économiques2
Soft skills3
Anglais2
Optional courses (see below)6 credits

 

Semester 2
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Comptabilité financière3
Comptabilité de gestion3
Outils NoCode et LowCode4
Analyse et visualisation de données3
Bureautique de gestion (VBA)3
Analyse et politiques économiques3
Droit des contrats2
Soft skills3
Anglais2
Optional courses (see below)4 credits

Bachelor 2

Semester 3
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Analyse et diagnostic financier5
Management des ressources humaines4
Analyse et théories des organisations4
Digital collaborative tools2
Databases2
Web technologies2
International economics2
Soft skills3
Anglais2
Optional courses (see below)4 credits

 

Semester 4
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Gestion budgétaire3
Data Marketing4
Information et décision3
Analyse et décisions stratégiques4
Progiciels ERP (SAP, PeopleSoft, Cegid)3
Droit de la concurrence & de la distribution2
Business Game2
Soft skills3
Anglais2
Optional courses (see below)4 credits

Bachelor 3

Semester 5
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Marketing et stratégie digitale3
Management des ressources humaines4
Management stratégique3
Système d’information3
Comptabilité de gestion approfondie2
Fiscalité2
Droit social2
Gestion et algorithmique2
Soft skills3
Anglais2
Optional courses (see below) or Fixed-term contract 4 credits

 

Semester 6
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Gestion agile d’équipe et projets4
Investissement et financement3
Introduction to artificial intelligence3
Gestion et contrôle budgétaire3
Cybersecurity3
Digital corporate responsibility5
Soft skills3
Anglais2
Optional courses (see below) or Fixed-term contract4 credits

Optional courses

1 – The cultural openness course

To be chosen at the start of the academic year

  • Each year, the student chooses subjects allowing them to broaden their knowledge in various fields. 
  • Develop curiosity, openness to others, to ideas and to differences (“openness to the world”) 
  • Develop an “artistic” sense 
  • Acquire skills that are useful from a professional point of view (“business support”) 
  • Learn a second language

Course Materials

2 subjects per semester to be chosen in the different areas

  • Languages: German, Spanish, Chinese 
  • Openness to the world: geography of globalisation, music and philosophy, etc. 
  • Creativity/Sport: theatre, improvisation, photography, etc. 
  • Business support: IT, consumer sociology, business ethics, etc.

2 – The entrepreneurship course

To be chosen at the start of the academic year

  • The student has a business creation project and joins the Pépite France programme, the leading network of student-entrepreneurs, subject to validation by the Commission.
    They benefit from time dedicated to the development of their project (4 afternoons per week) and they are supported by the HubHouse, the University’s incubator-accelerator.
    Each year is validated by 3 panel sittings: in November for semester 1 (4 credits), in February and May for semester 2 (4 credits). 
  • The student is made aware of environmental and societal issues and reflects on the creation of a start up.
    The “Positive Impact” Start-up course was created to provide resources and tools that make it possible to create a project in response to local problems in the region. 

The different steps: 

  • year 1: emergence of the project (development of the idea, market study and validation of the problem, development of a project plan) 
  • year 2: feasibility study of the project (business model, communication and operation in network mode, development of the prototype) 
  • year 3: implementation (experimentation phase, support with coaches, participation in the FGES Start-up regional competition with positive impact)

Course Materials

In bachelor 1 :

  • Creativity, design thinking and project management (semester 1) 
  • Economic aspects of sustainable development (semester 1) 
  • Introduction to Organisational Behaviour (semester 2) 
  • Social business (semester 2)

1 internship each year

  • 1st Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, practical mission, minimum of 4 weeks
  • 2nd Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, mission in customer relation, minimum of 4 weeks 
  • 3rd Year of Bachelor’s degree: : internship or fixed-term contract, mission related to the course of studies, minimum of 6 weeks

After the degree ?

After the Degree, our students go on to a Masters Degree in management, human resources, marketing, digital commerce, data & artificial intelligence

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