BACHELOR IN TECHNOLOGIES & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

National diploma in association with the University of Valenciennes

FOR WHO?

FOR INTEGRATION INTO LICENCE 1 (BACHELOR 1)

  • Have obtained a diploma equivalent to the French Baccalaureate in country of origin. Very good foundation in mathematics are required. Applicants will be required to pass a mathematics test.
  • They must be sensitive towards environmental issues and have an interest in questions relating to sustainable development, the relationship between corporations and nature, ecology and the decline in biodiversity.

WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE?

  • In order to meet emerging needs in terms of new skills and new jobs
  • For its multidisciplinary approach

Adopting a field approach to addressing current societal and environmental issues, the TG2D Licence (Bachelor) is a multidisciplinary training course. It allows you to acquire skills in the following fields: digital sciences, biodiversity, material sciences, economics and management, with a view to facilitating the transition into future environments.

Students on this bachelor course learn to detect and analyse “environmental issues”, adopting a sustainability-focussed research perspective by means of an interdisciplinary approach, respecting their complexity and dynamism and utilising conceptual and methodological tools, as well as economics, sciences and IT.

The student is the architect of his/her own training: he/she defines a training path in keeping with his/her professional aspirations.


COURSES

Bachelor year 1

Semester 1
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Biologie2
Biochimie2
Atomistique3
Géodiversité2
Mathématiques appliquées à l’économie2
Métrologie et optique géométrique3
Initiation à la programmation3
Introduction à la gestion d’entreprise3
Introduction au droit de l’entreprise1
Statistiques3
Anglais2
Préparation projet professionnel
Optional courses (see below)4 credits

 

Semester 2
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Thermodynamique3
Chimie des solutions3
Base de données2
Unité du monde vivant3
De la molécule à l’homme3
Les fondements de la microéconomie3
Macroéconomie3
Mathématiques appliquées à l’économie – classe inversée2
Statistiques2
Anglais2
Préparation projet professionnel
Optional courses (see below)4 credits

Bachelor year 2

Opening in 2021 – Model under development

Fundamental subjects (60 credits)
Introduction à la chimie organique
Thermochimie et cinétique chimique
Mécanique des fluides
Programmation
Modélisation & Base de données
Hydrologie – hydrogéologie – pollution de l’eau
Evolution des écosystèmes
Les crises biologiques
Climatologie
Techniques biologiques et immunologiques
Culture in vitro
Fondamentaux de l’économie circulaire
Initiation au marketing
Stratégie et l’innovation
Statistique
Projet tutoré
Sociologie

Bachelor year 3

Opening in 2022 – Model under development

Fundamental subjects (60 credits)
Gestion et valorisation des déchets
Gestion des ressources minérales et énergétiques
Aide à la décision
Informatique ubiquitaire
Pédologie – pollutions des sols
Géomorphologie + géographie
Conservation des espèces
Les enjeux mondiaux de la biodiversité
Gestion et préservation de la biodiversité
Biotechnologies environnementales
Marketing durable
Economie de l’environnement, de l’énergie
et des ressources naturelles
Gestion de la production et logistique
Anglais
Ethique
Projet tutoré
Communication

Optional courses

THE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PATH

Each semester:

  • Human development (verbal and non-verbal communication)
  • Elective (scientific heritage, Inca culture, theatre workshop…)

Over the 3-year period:
1 tutored project relating to sustainable development
– 1st year: reflection, project emergence
– 2nd year: feasibility study
– 3rd year: implementation, prototype

THE HEALTH MINOR COURSE

The FGES and the Faculty of Medicine & Midwifery offer the option of a “health” teaching unit as part of the Licence 1 Bachelor course in Technologies and Sustainable Development Management.

This course is intended for students wishing to enter the second year of Medicine or Midwifery at the Faculty of Medicine & Midwifery. To do so, the student must:

  • complete his/her Licence (Bachelor) year in the 1st session (without outstanding modules to be caught up) and acquire the 10 ECTS credits associated with the subjects in the Health minor
  • submit an application (cover letter, transcripts, etc.) in order to take the admission tests

 

Course Materials
– Semester 1 (6 credits): physic/biophysics, chemicstry/biochemistry, data and statistics, embryology/histology*, anatomy* and human & social sciences
– Semester 2 (4 credits) : cellular biology, genetics, pharmacology, human & social sciences

* subjects that are not assessed with a view to obtaining the Technologies and Sustainable Development Management Licence (Bachelor) qualification, but that are taken into account when determining admissibility and admission into the second year of Medicine or Midwifery.

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, technician mission, 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?

Possible courses of study:

  • Masters in the field of sustainable development, resource management, land use planning, circular economy, eco-design…
  • Masters in corporate management, business establishment

Possible career opportunities:

  • Business establishment
  • Energy performance manager
  • QHSE manager
  • BIM manager
  • Ecoconstruction project manager
  • Environment task manager
  • Researcher officer for a design office/engineering consultancy
  • Corporate societal responsibility project manager
  • Environmental product manager
  • Environmental management advisor
  • Green marketing manager
  • Risk manager
  • Urban planning advisor
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