Bachelor's Year 3: Business Informatics (MIAGE)

Program Objectives

The MIAGE (Computer Methods Applied to Business Management) track aims to provide students with solid training in computer science and prepare future professionals to manage organizational projects in research and computer science for business intelligence. Considering its dual skill focus, and the high level of computer literacy acquired in the program, students will be able to find immediate job opportunities.

Program objectives:

  • Acquire a good understanding of information systems, complemented by courses in mathematics, economics, and management
  • Gain computer literacy in analysis, design and development, optimization and decision-making, economic and financial modeling, as well as a foundational approach to organizational structures and management tools
  • Acquire general skills in management, mathematics, corporate communication, as well as a good grasp of technical English. Essential skills computer science skills such as application design, modeling, and architecture; software development tools and methods; advanced proficiency in operating systems, networks, and databases
  • Acquire knowledge of algorithms, programming (Python, Java, and C), databases, networks, and various IT tools (PHP, HTML, Excel, etc.)
  • Develop a general understanding of economics and finance, crucial not only for students' professional futures but also their everyday understanding of major economic issues and debates
Types of education
Initial training
Work-based training
ECTS Credits
60 credits
10 weeks
No work-based training
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Bachelor's degree
Academic Year