MASTER MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS

  • Targeted level of study

    BAC +5

  • ECTS

    120 credits

  • Duration

    2 years

  • Training structure

    Institute of Business Administration (IAE)

  • Language(s) of instruction

    French

Presentation

The Mention responds to the strategic positioning of the IAE on the double competence and in particular on the association of management and information technologies.
For the whole Mention, the Information System group is central because of its orientation towards the management of organisations which opens it naturally towards the other disciplines of management.
It serves as a privileged support to the CMSI and SIAD courses. Then, the Marketing group supports more particularly the IATI sub-course, while the SICG course is attached to the Accounting and Society group.

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Objectives

 Job opportunities by training pathway:
- Consulting and Management of Information Systems (CMSI) with a sub-pathway (Business Engineer in Information Technologies (IATI)):
o IS Project Manager
o IS / ERP Consultant
o IT Business Manager (especially for IATI)

- Information Systems and Management Control (SICG)
o Management Controller in all types of organisations
o Management Controller in ERP environmentERP environment
o Administrative and Financial Director of small or medium-sized organisations
o Administrative Director in VSEs and SMEs


- Human Resources Information System (HRIS)

Numerous opportunities are available in all human resources functions. The particularity of this HRIS course is that it offers training in France based on a course of expertise dedicated to HRIS. This allows students to differentiate themselves by positioning themselves in fast-growing professions such as HRIS assistant, HRIS project manager, HRIS consultant or HRISD

- Statistics for Information and Decision Support (SIAD)
o Statistical researcher
o Data manager
o Database management manager
o Customer relations and data mining manager
o Financial risk management manager
o Banking and insurance risk analyst
o Risk management and control manager

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Know-how and skills

- Training of information technology management specialists

- Students' knowledge of business concerns and technological solutions to address them

- Mastery of the organisational and commercial implications of the integration of information technology (internally and externally in the market)

- More specific mastery of one of the dimensions of the IT relationship - Possession of essential skills in ERP for the SICG pathway; mastery of remote customer relationship management (CRM/e-CRM) for the e-Marketing pathway; and mastery of quantitative analysis using IT for the SIAD.

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Organization

Programme

The first semester of the Master 1 (excluding SIAD) is identical to all the courses within the framework of the mutualisation of courses, with a specialisation in the second semester. Each course is either alternating or with a compulsory internship. The Master 2 is specialised for each course, each course has its own timetable with a work-study programme or internships to be carried out.
The HRIS course is only available as an apprenticeship or under a professional training contract.
This course is also open to continuing education. 30 hours of teaching on professional HR topics are included in an English course.

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Select a programme

Human Resources Information System (HRIS)

 The objective of the Master's degree in Information Systems and Human Resources is to offer a high level of training, corresponding to the current concerns of organisations.

Since 2011, this training has been carried out in partnership with La Poste, represented by the CFA FORMAPOSTE Méditerranée. 

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Information Systems and Management Control (ISMC)

The Information Systems and Management Control (ISMC) course aims to train students for the profession of management controller. Professional integration is achieved through several assignments/internships in companies throughout the two years, allowing students to combine theoretical knowledge with practical problem solving.
The training is both focused on the management dimension of the profession (steering) and on the information systems dimension, with practical experience on ERP (SAP) and Business Intelligence software (Qlikview, Business Object, SAP Predictive Analysis).
The holder of a Master's degree in Information Systems and Management Control will have the necessary expertise to design and run Management Control Systems.

 

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Consulting and Management of Information Systems (CMSI)

The Master's degree in Consulting and Management of Information Systems (CMSI) offers a dual skill set that combines expertise in information technology and management.

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Statistics for Information and Decision Support (SIAD)

The expectations of companies in terms of decision support and database analysis are
increasingly important, and the mastery of statistical tools for data management
is essential. The objectives of this master's degree are to train students in the dual skills of
mathematics and management in order to train students for careers as "data scientists", capable of
managing and analysing data, particularly in a big data environment.

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Information Technology Business Engineer (IATI)

The Master's degree in Business Engineering in Information Technology (IATI) offers a dual skill that combines expertise in information technology and business management in companies. The aim of the course is to train business engineers specialising in the Information Technology (IT) sector.
This specialisation corresponds to a specific need of companies, which are looking for high-level B-to-B sales people, capable of understanding the problems of the client company and capable of negotiating with senior executives and responding to calls for tenders.
Professional integration takes the form of an assignment and an internship that combines theoretical knowledge with the resolution of a practical problem in M1 and M2.

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Admission

Target audience

Students with scientific and technical backgrounds or management backgrounds.

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Necessary pre-requisites

Access to M1 :
Hold 180 ECTS, corresponding to three years of higher education (Bac +3, Licence).

Access to M2 :

Hold 240 ECTS, corresponding to 4 years of higher education (Bac +4, or equivalent).

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And then

Further studies

The student has the possibility to continue his or her studies with a PhD in Management Sciences.

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Further study abroad

Possible, depending on partners and student projects.

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Gateways and reorientation

Possibility of applying for an M2 at the IAE of the courses of the other mentions.

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