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Further Skills in Computer Science

Specialty in Further Skills in Computer Science

Science, Technologies, Health Sectors

Specialty in Electronics, Electrotechnics, Automation, Maths and IT

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Organisation of the specialty in Electronics, Electrotechnics, Automation, Maths and IT
Organisation of the specialty in Further Skills in Computer Science

Specialties in 2nd year of Master’s Degree:
- Sciences - P
- IT methods for organisations - P


Objectives
The specialty in Further Skills in Computer Science aims at training in computing graduates from a 1st year of a scientific Master's Degree (apart from a master’s Degree in IT through a scientific Degree) or of a Management Master’s Degree (through the Degree IT Methods for organisations). The skills that students develop are related to their previous degree with two differentiation modules (EC) and a project that are related to their original Degree.

The specialty provides them with IT skills on operating systems, network, databases and web development, necessary skills for a student looking for an IT-related position.

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Admission
In second year of Master’s Degree (M2): admission on application for graduates from the first year of Master’s Degree in Sciences or Management Science (apart from an initial training in IT) or on validation of knowledge acquired by experience.
The core programme (3rd semester) brings a general professional approach in IT and specialisations during the 4th semester are up to students' career path project.

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Organisation of studies
The Master’s Degree is split into two years of two semesters each. Each semester is worth 30 ECTS credits, the full Master’s Degree is hence worth 120 credits.

An internship validates the student’s capacity to integrate a company and apply his/her IT knowledge in a professional environment.

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Careers
Graduates are likely to have a position such as:
• IT studies manager;
• IT organisation engineer;
• IT organiser;
• IT studies associate;
• IT expert;
• analyst-developer;
• information systems architect;
• consultant, auditor;
• project manager;
• product manager;
• research Engineer;
• consultant engineer;
• project lead.

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Internship
In 2nd year of Master’s Degree (M2): internship in a company during the 10th semester.

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Contacts and registrations
Devan SOHIER
Département mathématiques et Informatique
BP 1039, 51687 REIMS CEDEX 2
Phone: 03 26 91 33 81
Fax: 03 26 91 33 97
Email: devan.sohier@univ-reims.fr

Secrétariat Informatique
UFR Sciences Exactes et Naturelles
Département mathématiques et Informatique
BP 1039, 51687 REIMS CEDEX 2
Phone: 03 26 91 33 67
Fax: 03 26 91 33 97