• Targeted level of study

    BAC +5

  • ECTS

    120 credits

  • Duration

    2 years

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Pharmacy

  • Language(s) of instruction



The Master's degree in Health Engineering is a coherent curriculum at the Bac + 5 level, organized around :
- A solid foundation of basic scientific knowledge, guaranteeing the adaptability of graduates and their ability to develop their careers in the company.
- A multidisciplinary approach that allows each student to understand and interact with other specialists in a project team.
- Specialization in a particular field and mastery of project management, applied to the field, enable graduates to be operational quickly by knowing how to combine competence and strategic aspects, regulatory constraints, human or financial impacts. This multifactorial approach is the subject of tutorials and teamwork 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 allows for the rapid integration of our young graduates.
The Master's program can be completed on a sandwich basis (through an apprenticeship or a professional contract).

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The advantages of the training

The success rate is close to 100% thanks to the support students receive in their academic career, which consists of face-to-face courses, personal work, project-based learning and flipped courses.

Internships or work-study periods in companies are also vectors for the success of our students.

Good to know: The Health Engineering Master's program has a Learning Lab and finances a TOEIC test in Master 2.


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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 degree in Health Engineering allows students to acquire :
- Solid scientific and technical knowledge contextualized by real-life situations (through projects) allowing for immediate professional integration and career development.
- Transversal, organizational and relational skills: working independently and in a team / design and analysis of study programs by integrating technical, organizational, 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 be able to orient himself or herself according to his or her tastes and abilities in terms of future profession and not according to the curriculum.

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Special arrangements

The Master's program is open to work-study programs.
The layout of the premises has been tested through the integration of students with disabilities.
Recorded courses and pre-requisites with quizzes have been set up.

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Open in alternation

Type of contract

Apprenticeship contract, Professionalization contract

According to the provisional calendar provided by the course.

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Internships, tutored projects



Duration of the course

Master 1: 3 to 5 months / Master 2: 4 to 6 months

Internship abroad


Tutored projects are carried out through problem-based learning, in M1 (5 ECTS) and in M2 (10 ECTS). In M1, students complete an internship of 3 to 5 months (10 ECTS) and in M2 of 4 to 6 months (20 ECTS). A database on the various internship sites is maintained and updated since the creation of the program (20 years). Many professionals involved in the training (50%) are also a potential source of contact for students. Students are encouraged to look for their own internship sites.

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The Master Mention Health Engineering is composed of 5 typical tracks: 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 specialization through the courses is based on this common base.

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Select a program

Project Management, Health Products Marketing (MPPS)

The MPPS program is a multidisciplinary program whose objective is to train executives specialized in project management and marketing with a solid scientific foundation 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, organizing the project, defining and structuring the project, planning tasks, managing project resources, managing costs, managing risks, steering the project, communicating in projects.
  • The basics 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: realization of projects for the launch of a new health product, under financial constraints, to which the opportunity studies are attached beforehand: market studies and marketing studies required.
  • Seminars on project-based organization models are given by project management professionals (Sanofi-Aventis, Sanofi-pasteur, Pierre-Fabre, MerckSerono, Galderma, FoveaPharma, Novartis...)
  • The Project Management and Marketing of Health Products (drugs, cosmetics, health foods) 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, biotechnology, and health environment (Master 1 training or acquired experience).

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Design and Production of Health Products - Drug Sub-Course (CPPS)

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

Both programs prepare students to become managers in the pharmaceutical, cosmetics and health products industries 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) Clinical Operations sub-course

The program provides dual skills in clinical research and project management. It trains managers specialized in clinical research: Clinical Research Associate, International Clinical Studies Coordinator.

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Project Management in Environment and Health (PMES)

The Health and Environment Project Management program trains multidisciplinary managers in the field of health and the environment to ensure a high level of protection for human health and the environment. It is a complete training in the fields of quality, occupational health and environment. The focus is on 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 program is a cross-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary program that provides in-depth knowledge of the medical device sector.


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Design and Production of Health Products - Cosmetology Sub-Course (CPPS)

The aim is to train managers specializing in the design, production and regulation of healthcare products: cosmetics and dermo-pharmaceuticals, and to promote their rapid employability through academic and work-study training using an active teaching approach.

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Clinical Operations Management and Data Management (MODM) Data Management specialization

The aim is to train managers specializing in Clinical Data Management, and to promote their rapid employability through academic and work-study training. Specialization in Master 2.

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