• ECTS

    120 credits

  • Duration

    2 years

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Pharmacy

Presentation

The Master's degree in Health Engineering is a coherent course of study at Bac + 5 level, organised around :
- A solid foundation of basic scientific knowledge, guaranteeing the adaptability of graduates and their ability to develop their career in the company.
- A multidisciplinary approach that enables each student to understand and interact with other specialists in a project team.
- Specialisation in a particular pathway and mastery of project management, applied to the pathway, enable graduates to become operational quickly by knowing how to combine skills and strategic aspects, regulatory constraints, and human or financial impacts. This multifactorial approach is the subject of tutorials and team projects. This is one of the pillars of the training, which is consolidated during the numerous internships (in M1, a 5-month internship and in M2, a 6-month internship) and which then enables the rapid integration of our young graduates.
The Master 2 can be done as an apprenticeship.

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  • The success rate is close to 100% thanks to the support students receive during their academic career, which consists of face-to-face classes, personal work and internships.

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The advantages of the course

Objectives

The Master's degree in Health Engineering trains executives in the health products sector, responding to the emerging demands and needs of the Drug, Cosmetic and Medical Device sectors (formulation, clinical development, production, distribution) and the Health Safety and Environment and Clinical Trials sector.

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Know-how and skills

The Master's in Health Engineering enables students to acquire:
- Solid scientific and technical knowledge contextualised by real-life situations (through projects) enabling immediate professional integration and career development.
- Transversal, organisational and relational skills: working independently and as part of a team / designing and analysing study programmes by integrating technical, organisational, ethical and regulatory aspects / statistical processing and data management / mastery of communication and exchange tools with third parties / management of documentary research, technological watch and design of a competitive intelligence system / mastery of two modern languages.
- Skills in health economics through the analysis of the economic impact of pathologies and their evolution in terms of public health or health costs; the analysis of epidemiological data and the evaluation of perspectives in terms of public health.
- Managerial skills: in quality, financial analysis and budget management, project management, human resources management, time management and risk analysis.
- Disciplinary skills specific to the courses. It is essential that each student is able to orientate him/herself according to his/her tastes and abilities in terms of future profession and not according to the curriculum.

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Organization

Special facilities

The Master 2 is open to apprenticeship.
The accommodation of the premises has been tested through the integration of students with disabilities.
Recorded lectures and pre-requisites with quizzes have been introduced.

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Programme

The Master's Degree in Health Engineering is composed of 5 typical courses: Project Management, Marketing of Health Products (MPPS), Design and Production of Health Products (CPPS), Management of Clinical Operations and Data Management (MODM), Project Management in the Health Environment (MPES), Medical Devices: from design to marketing (DMCC). It is built on a strong common base mainly oriented on the development of scientific and technical skills in M1 (30 ECTS) and the development of managerial skills in M2 (10 ECTS). The specialisation through the courses is based on this common base.

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Select a programme

Project Management, Health Products Marketing (MPPS)

The MPPS programme is a multidisciplinary programme whose objective is to train executives specialised in the field of project management and marketing with a solid scientific base in the field of health products.

  • Double competence in Health Engineering and Management Systems: Project Management, Quality Management, Accounting and Financial Analysis, Strategic and Operational Marketing, Relational Techniques and Team Management.
  • The basics and tools of Project Management are taught: managing in project mode, organising the project, defining and structuring the project, planning tasks, managing project resources, managing costs, managing risks, steering the project, communicating in projects.
  • The fundamentals of marketing are developed: market research, corporate communication strategy, pharmaceutical marketing, international marketing, e-marketing, CRM marketing.
  • The practical part is carried out in the form of case studies: realisation of projects for the launch of a new health product, under financial constraints, to which the necessary opportunity studies are attached: market research and marketing studies.
  • Seminars on project-based organisation models are given by project management professionals (Sanofi-Aventis, Sanofi-pasteur, Pierre-Fabre, MerckSerono, Galderma, FoveaPharma, Novartis...)
  • The Project Management, Marketing of Health Products (drugs, cosmetics, health food) course is aimed at students or employees in continuing education who have a good grounding in preclinical R&D, formulation and control of health products, chemistry, biotechnologies, health environment (Master 1 training or acquired experience).

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Design and Production of Health Products (CPPS)

The course consists of two tracks: - Medicines and Cosmetology.

Both programmes prepare students to become managers in the pharmaceutical, cosmetics and health products industry in the professional sectors of research and development, manufacturing, quality control and quality assurance in a strong regulatory context.

 

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Clinical Operations and Data Management (MODM)

The course trains managers specialised in data management of clinical studies and in the coordination of clinical trials.

It is organised into two sub-courses Clinical Database Management and Clinical Study Coordination.

  • The course provides an initial competence in the field of logistics and management of clinical studies, corresponding to the knowledge required for the job of Clinical Research Associate (CRA) in the pharmaceutical industry. The scientific and technological training acquired in M1 is completed by giving the double competence in Project Management necessary for the national and international coordination of clinical studies in the respect of regulations and deadlines: administrative, regulatory and budgetary management, selection and management of subcontractors, allocation and reallocation of budgetary and human resources, monitoring of the good progress of clinical studies  
  • It also allows students to specialise in Biomedical Data Management; all the stages of Clinical Data Management are taught: study protocol, observation book (CRF, e-CRF), database structure, validation plan, control and consistency tests, audit trail, blind-review, regulatory environment and SOP, freezing of base, archiving. The practical part is carried out with CLINTRIAL, ORACLE CLINICAL, Oracle SQL programming, PL/SQL and SAS software The teaching of data management is supported by professional data managers and the international association Biomedical Data Management (see http://www.dmb-asso.org).
  • The practical parts are carried out in the form of case studies: implementation of projects to launch a new clinical study. The subjects are real-life situations proposed by clinical research professionals from the pharmaceutical industry, international clinical study coordinators, clinical study managers, data managers.

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Project Management in Environment and Health (PMES)

The Health and Environment Project Management course trains multidisciplinary managers in the field of health and the environment to ensure a high level of protection of human health and the environment. It is a complete training in the fields of quality, occupational health and environment. The focus is on the risk assessment of chemical substances in accordance with the registration system (REACH).

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Medical devices: from design to market (DMCC)

The DMCC course is a cross-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary course that provides an in-depth knowledge of the medical device sector.

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Admission

Target audience

The Master's degree is available in initial and continuing education (possibility of VAE, VAP).

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Necessary pre-requisites

- To access the Master 1, candidates must have validated a L3 in Health Engineering or another scientific L3 giving a solid foundation in "Biological Sciences"
- To access the Master 2, candidates must have validated a Master 1 in Health Engineering or any other Master 1 giving the necessary pre-requisites for the desired course.
- Students from the pharmaceutical field (after the 5th year or DFASP2) or the medical field (DFASM2) or students in their final year of engineering schools with a biological, chemical or environmental focus may also be accepted into the Master 2.

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And then

Further studies

Further studies are possible: Master's degree allowing double skills, thesis, gateway to health studies.

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Gateways and reorientation

Réseau des Ecoles de Management et d'Ingénierie de la santé (REMIS). This network allows students to choose from a wider range of courses in their field.

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Professional integration

The professional insertion is more precisely stated for each course. Typical professions are : R&D or clinical project manager, product manager, quality manager, research manager: marketing, environment, production sector manager, galenist-formulator, clinical research associate, clinical data manager, Quality, Safety, Health, Environment (QSSE) engineer

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