To train future leaders and academics in data and behavior management to a high level of expertise in the intersection between management, behavioral tools and data science. The programme is created to give students programming skills, both by syntax (IT tools) and module (games tools), which is a unique way of teaching the subject.
An exclusive programme in Europe providing a unique knowledge
2 field trips included to the programme
Immersion in the professional world at all times
Innovative Teaching methods
Developing skills with Behavioral tools and Data Science Management
The programme is based on the LESSAC (Laboratory for Experimentation in Social Sciences and Behavioral Analysis created in 2008): the largest experimental economics platform in Europe and one of the top players in research.
First term: September - December
- Management Core courses
- MSc core courses
- Beginning of the professionnal thesis
Second term: January - May
- Advanced courses & field trip
- Professional thesis: project ending
Management core courses
Msc Core Courses
MSc advanced courses
+ Professional thesis:
A project lead in the LESSAC laboratory (in BSB premises), under supervision for programming, design and tests, with researchers from the lab. A company gives a real life problem to be solved by May.
- IELTS= 6.0 or >TOEIC=785 or >TOEFL PBT=550 or >TOEFL CBT=213 or >TOEFL IBT=79* for non native speakers + non-French Bachelor Degree (or >French Master 1) in a Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Engineering, Business or equivalent
- Holding a non-French Bachelor degree or a French Master 1
(No specific technical skill is required to enter the programme)
*IELTS 5.5 or equivalent is accepted for application but for a conditional admission. IELTS 6.0 or equivalent must be reach before June 30th for an unconditional admission
Graduates for the programmes will be able to hold positions creating a link between technical and strategic departments of Data analyst / Data scientist, Global strategist, Analyst in counselling companies, Chief in marketing services, Management consultant, government official, economist in banks and financial organizations, human resources manager… or develop their own company.
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Barack Obama, The White House, 2015