Program Year

Enseignements obligatoires (6 enseignements à prendre)

  • Comptabilité et information financière
  • Contrôle et pilotage des organisations
  • Finance d'entreprise
  • Gestion des Ressources Humaines
  • Marketing (FR)
  • Fondamentaux de la stratégie
  • Fiscalité
  • Droit du travail
  • Sociologie : Normes, pouvoir organisation
  • Statistiques appliquées à la gestion
  • Management scientifique et aide à la décision
  • Pré-professionnalisation

Enseignements optionnels Semestre 5 (1 enseignement à prendre)

  • Allemand
  • Chinois
  • Espagnol
  • Mathématiques financières
  • Lean Start Up
  • Datification des organisations et des sociétés
  • Gestion publique
  • Comportement organisationnel

Enseignement de langue Semestre 5

  • Anglais

Programme English Track

  • Management control
  • Principles of marketing management
  • Management Science - Operations Research
  • Corporate Finance
  • Current Issues in Sociology
  • Basics of strategy
  • Human ressource management
  • Lean Start Up
  • International and European Tax Law

Enseignements obligatoires (6 enseignements à prendre)

  • Comptabilité et information financière
  • Contrôle et pilotage des organisations
  • Finance d'entreprise
  • Fiscalité
  • Gestion des Ressources Humaines
  • Marketing (FR)
  • Fondamentaux de la stratégie
  • Aspects économiques de la mondialisation
  • Droit économique
  • Statistiques appliquées à la gestion
  • Pré-professionnalisation

Enseignements optionnels Semestre 6 (1 enseignement à prendre)

  • Mathématiques financières
  • Management des systèmes d'information
  • Développement durable et RSE
  • Datification des organisations et des sociétés
  • Comparative Business Law
  • The art of negociation
  • Lean Start Up
  • Organizational Behaviour

Enseignement de langue Semestre 6

  • Anglais

Programme English Track

  • Management control
  • Principles of marketing management
  • Human ressource management
  • Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Basics of strategy
  • Business Law
  • Economic Aspects of Globalization
  • Lean Start Up
  • Comparative Business Law

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The curriculum in the third year of the Bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Management consists of a number of courses covering the principal management disciplines (finance, marketing, accounting, management control, human resource management, strategy, etc.) and closely affiliated fields and tools such as languages, quantitative tools, sociology, law, taxation, and economics. To earn the degree, students who spend both semesters at Dauphine must take all required courses as well as two electives and pass the Preprofessionalization course. Students have the opportunity to spend one or two semesters abroad. The student must choose courses at the host institution that cover the same material as those they would been taken had they not studied abroad (particularly in the case of core management courses).

Most instruction takes the form of lectures and small group work, except for foreign language instruction, sociology, and most workshops. Several courses require group work and field work.

Instruction is in French but almost all the required courses are also offered in English in theEnglish Track. The content in the English-language courses is the same as that in the courses taught in French. TheEnglish Trackprogram offers two different options: 1) a group of around 30 students take most of their courses in English; 2) other students have the option of taking one or two courses in English, if space allows. Many international students studying abroad at Paris-Dauphine take courses in theEnglish Trackprogram. English-language alternatives to electives are also being developed.

A group of around 30 students opt for apprenticeship training. They fill a role at a company that aligns with their chosen major (accounting-control, finance, marketing, or human resource management). The academic content of the third-year Bachelor’s program with apprenticeship is identical to that of the classic program, but the pedagogical method (workshops and tutorials) is different. The program follows a special calendar, with three days at the workplace and two at the university every week, as well as several blocks of classes over a period of weeks. Students submit an apprenticeship record book at the end of the year.

Tronc commun

  • Anglais
  • Droit économique
  • Finance d'entreprise
  • Contrôle et pilotage des organisations
  • Fiscalité
  • Marketing (FR)
  • Comptabilité et information financière
  • Gestion des Ressources Humaines
  • Statistiques appliquées à la gestion
  • Sociologie : Normes, pouvoir organisation
  • Fondamentaux de la stratégie
  • Droit du travail
  • Aspects économiques de la mondialisation
  • Mathématiques financières
  • Management scientifique et aide à la décision
  • Développement durable et RSE
  • Apprentissage

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

Tronc commun semestre 5 (UE obligatoires)

  • Controlling and Managing Organizations
  • Marketing
  • Management Information System
  • Labour Law
  • Applied Statistics to Management
  • English and Communication
  • Current Issues in Sociology
  • Basic of Strategies

Option semestre 5 (1 UE à choisir)

  • Second Foreign Language

Tronc commun semestre 6 (UE obligatoires)

  • Accounting and Financial reporting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Business Law
  • Economic Aspects of Globalization
  • English and Communication
  • Human Resources Management
  • Corporate Tax Law

Option semestre 6 (1 UE à choisir)

  • Financial Mathematics
  • Second Foreign Language

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Modalités pédagogiques

The curriculum is similar to that taught in Paris, but
all courses are taught in Englishby professors trained in the
British higher education system.

Enseignements obligatoires

  • Comptabilité et information financière
  • Anglais
  • Management scientifique et aide à la décision
  • Droit du travail
  • Sociologie : Normes, pouvoir organisation
  • Marketing (FR)
  • Fiscalité

Options

  • Mathématiques financières
  • Comportement organisationnel
  • Management des systèmes d'information

Enseignements obligatoires

  • Finance d'entreprise
  • Aspects économiques de la mondialisation
  • Contrôle et pilotage des organisations
  • Fondamentaux de la stratégie
  • Gestion des Ressources Humaines
  • Anglais
  • Statistiques appliquées à la gestion

Options

  • Management des systèmes d'information
  • Mathématiques financières
  • Comportement organisationnel

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The curriculum in the third year of the Bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Management consists of a number of courses covering the principal management disciplines (finance, marketing, accounting, management control, human resource management, strategy, etc.) and closely affiliated fields and tools such as languages, quantitative tools, sociology, law, taxation, and economics. To earn the degree, students who spend both semesters at Université Paris-Dauphine|Tunis must take all required courses as well as two electives and pass the Preprofessionalization course. Students have the opportunity to spend one or two semesters abroad. The student must choose courses at the host institution that cover the same material as those they would been taken had they not studied abroad (particularly in the case of core management courses).

Cohorts of around 30 students are taught in a tutorial format by local instructors and faculty from Paris Dauphine.

Classes are taught in French.

Enseignements sur le campus de Paris

  • Anglais
  • Finance d'entreprise
  • Comptabilité et information financière
  • Gestion des Ressources Humaines
  • Droit du travail
  • Chinois

Options (1 UE à choisir)

  • Mathématiques financières
  • Allemand
  • Espagnol
  • Lean Start Up
  • Datification des organisations et des sociétés
  • Gestion publique
  • Comportement organisationnel

Enseignements à Shanghai (East China Normal University)

  • Contrôle et pilotage des organisations
  • Marketing
  • Fondamentaux de la stratégie
  • Chinois
  • Globalization and Urbanization in China
  • Issues in Contemporary Chinese Society

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The curriculum in the third year of the Bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Management consists of a number of courses covering the principal management disciplines (finance, marketing, accounting, management control, human resource management, strategy, etc.) and closely affiliated fields and tools such as languages, quantitative tools, sociology, law, taxation, and economics. To earn the degree, students who spend both semesters at Dauphine must take all required courses as well as two electives and pass the Preprofessionalization course. Students have the opportunity to spend one or two semesters abroad. The student must choose courses at the host institution that cover the same material as those they would been taken had they not studied abroad (particularly in the case of core management courses).

Most instruction takes the form of lectures and small group work, except for foreign language instruction, sociology, and most workshops. Several courses require group work and field work.

Instruction is in French but almost all the required courses are also offered in English in theEnglish Track. The content in the English-language courses is the same as that in the courses taught in French. TheEnglish Trackprogram offers two different options: 1) a group of around 30 students take most of their courses in English; 2) other students have the option of taking one or two courses in English, if space allows. Many international students studying abroad at Paris-Dauphine take courses in theEnglish Trackprogram. English-language alternatives to electives are also being developed.

A group of around 30 students opt for apprenticeship training. They fill a role at a company that aligns with their chosen major (accounting-control, finance, marketing, or human resource management). The academic content of the third-year Bachelor’s program with apprenticeship is identical to that of the classic program, but the pedagogical method (workshops and tutorials) is different. The program follows a special calendar, with three days at the workplace and two at the university every week, as well as several blocks of classes over a period of weeks. Students submit an apprenticeship record book at the end of the year.


Internships and Supervised Projects

Students in pre-experience training are required to complete an internship or work placement of at least four consecutive weeks with the same employer. The internship/work placement requirement must be fulfilled during the summer before the third year of the Bachelor's degree or during the year. Students write an observation report at the end of the work placement.