Track and course overview
Intakes: September and January
Taught in: English
Engineering & Innovation Management specialisation
This is general training in engineering and managing innovation where teaching is centred on project management and integrated with real life activities throughout the programme.
As a complement to the fundamentals of engineering, this programme is based on a solid knowledge of innovation management in a global world.
It corresponds to the needs of international markets for graduates with dual competencies.
These “engineer-managers” will contribute to the emergence of new technologies and then help get them to market.
Students acquire project management skills, managing engineering projects during their first and second years. They learn to communicate within a multi-disciplinary student body, and become familiar with the latest tools for research and development.
Students who continue with a master of science can then opt to specialise in engineering or choose management options such as production & operations management or supply chain.
Over a two-year course, students can specialise in aerospace, civil and environmental engineering, biomedical engineering, mechanics or even naval engineering thanks to our partnerships.
- Product designer
- Project manager innovation technology transfer
- Research engineer and development manager
Recommended SKEMA master:
- Project and Programme Management & Business Development