Bachelor in Engineering & Innovation Management

During the Bachelor in Engineering & Innovation Management, students explore the different facets of the related professions.

While theory remains a solid part of the teaching, the main objective is to develop practical skills, in the form of projects and group work, applied to the different majors, while acquiring a truly international perspective. 
This bachelor's degree has five majors:

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering is training for building and public works, management of natural and energy resources or public planning according to sustainable  development policies.
The English-speaking world has long integrated these dimensions into their training, offering a double competence in science and management. The specialisations are mostly offered in the third year of study, in construction, resource management, geo-technics, structures and materials and transport infrastructure.

Mechanical Engineering & Management

Mechanical Engineering is general training in Engineering. The specialisations offered at master of science level are mechatronics, robotics, materials, mechanics of structures or aero acoustics. Certain SKEMA Bachelor partner universities also offer mechatronics at bachelor level.
The general nature of this course of study means that it offers a wide variety of sectors for future employment; these include aeronautics, automobile, armaments, climate sciences energetics and mechanics in general. Students also have the possibility to develop a competence in management, in order to have complete control of a new entreprise, from the conception to its introduction into the

Ocean Engineering

Ocean Engineering trains naval construction engineers with specialisations in architecture, (coastal and offshore structures, shipbuilding) propulsion or materials. Our partner universities offer a double specialisation in aerospace and ocean engineering in four or five years.
The course provides competences necessary for hydrofoils engineering design, fundamentals of naval architecture, physical oceanography, summer marine field project, structural analysis and design, coastal engineering structures, hydroacoustics, ship design, port and harbour design…

Biological Systems /Biomedical Engineering

Biological Systems / Biomedical Engineering trains engineers who master biotechnologies with specialisations in the areas of medical imaging, biomaterials and bio systems. These majors are often offered in third and fourth year of a bachelor’s degree and continue at master level.
Employment opportunities are in medicine and pharmaceuticals, agriculture, the food industry, bioenergy and biofuels. This is certainly one of the most demanding engineering programmes. The first two years are devoted to acquiring the scientific knowledge necessary for this discipline, that is: basic mechanics, biology and chemistry. After the first two years the student chooses between Biological Systems (agro-food industry bio-energies, biofuels) and Biomedical Engineering (prostheses, artificial hearts, medical imaging etc.).

Genetics and Molecular Biology

This major trains biologists who want to do fundamental research, or research and development in the area of biotechnology. This specialisation concerns both micro and macro organisms. Biology can be applied to many fields: microbiology, genetics, immunology, biotechnology etc. and these correspond to specialised courses in the two final years of study.
A major in cellular biology is essential for fundamental research in biology. SKEMA Bachelors partners, especially Virginia Tech are internationally recognised in cellular biology, genetics and in the area of biotechnologies, in prostheses, GMOs and integrated solutions. This course overlaps with several industrial sectors such as health, agriculture, the environment and forestry, and also deals with commercial and legal aspects.
Maxime finished his studies with a master of science from Georgia Tech and is currently working as a development engineer in the acoustic department of Renault.
Jean Philippe was admitted into the school of ‘arts et métiers’ in France after a bachelor in Mechanical engineering at FIT. He is now working as an engineer for TurboMéca in Pau.
With his master's degree from Stanford, Cyril was recruited by Eurocopter in 2000 and is working on the European project NH90.
Cédric did an MSc at Boulder, Colorado followed by an MBA at HEC, and works now in Newcastle for Duco as project coordinator.
Arnaud, systems engineer for Thales, is currently on a mission in Hong Kong to set up the new subway.
Lionel became a designer for Mecachrome Technology in Montréal after his bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering at FIT.
Alejandra excelled in both her bachelor and master of science degrees, and was offered a scholarship to take a PhD at the prestigious M.I.T. Her goal now is to continue in research and teaching.
Maxence did a bachelor of Civil and Environmental Engineering before being recruited as an environmental engineer by the company Greenley and Hansen where he works in the water management department in the State of Washington.
Amy, after doing a bachelor and then an MSc in Biological Systems Engineering, joined one of the world leaders of the pharmaceutical industry - GlaxoSmithKline - as an engineer in R&D.
Nicolas got his Bachelor in Ocean Engineering and gained experience in a variety of jobs in Hawaii before returning to France to start his own company selling material for the boat industry.
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