Accounting – Control – Auditing (CCA): Master's Year 1

Program Objectives

This first year of the Master's Degree in Accounting, Control, and Auditing trains students seeking careers in auditing, accounting, finance, financial advice, and management control. The program helps students develop the technical conceptualization skills necessary in the accounting and financial disciplines. The approach helps them gain a deeper understanding of the organizational, economic, and social challenges and consequences wrought by the evolution of these disciplines and develop their skillset more broadly. Students who complete the first year of the Master's program do not have to sit the national chartered accountancy qualifying examinations or gain national auditing certification.

Program objectives:

  • Learn the basics of accounting, finance, auditing, management control, accounting information systems, and organizational management;
  • Become confident in spoken and written English and benefit from international professional opportunities;
  • Become an expert in information and communication technologies for education;
  • Leads to the following types of careers: external or internal auditor, Mergers & Acquisitions consultant, enterprise consultant, accounting and financial management employee, risk manager, certified accounting and auditing professions, financial comptroller.
Types of education
Initial training
Work-based training
French and English
ECTS Credits
60 credits
16 weeks
No work-based training
Type of Diploma
National diploma conferring the Master's degree
Academic Year


  • Karine Fabre

    Associate Professor

    Director of the 1st year of the Master's degree

  • Stéphanie VIELLARD

    Teaching assistant - Work-based training

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  • Mathilde REPELLIN

    Teaching assistant - Initial training

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