Business Informatics - Financial Intelligence (MIAGE-IF) Master’s Year 2

Program Year

Cours de mise à niveau

UE fondamentales

  • Entrepôts de données
  • Sécurité dans les SI
  • Actuariat
  • Gestion de portefeuille
  • Systèmes, Langages et Paradigmes pour le Big Data
  • Serveurs d'application JAVA

UE Optionnelles

  • Transparence des algorithmes pour la décision
  • Méthodes Agiles d'Ingénieurie Logicielle
  • Optimisation en Finance
  • Outils d'optimisation pour les sciences des données et de la décision
  • Data Mining/Machine learning
  • Gouvernance des Systèmes d'Information
  • Capitalisation et management des connaissances
  • Qualité des données
  • Aide à la Décision : construction d’indicateur
  • Virtualisation et conteneurs

Stage

UE fondamentales

  • Management de projet informatique
  • Droit, Données et Ethique
  • Anglais
  • Finance de marché
  • Management des Organisations
  • Projet BI Finance
  • Projet Finance Reuters

UE Optionnelles

  • Large scale machine learning in Spark
  • C++
  • Initiation à l'entrepreneuriat
  • LV2 - Allemand
  • LV2 - FLE
  • LV2 - Espagnol
  • Virtualisation et conteneurs
  • Protection des données et Système d'Information

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The program starts in September and attendance is required.
The program is divided into two semesters, S3 and S4. Each semester consists of foundational courses and electives, as well as an internship unit in S4.
The final grade for a first-semester course is the weighted average of the grades for continuous assessment, projects, midterm exams, and final exam. The continuous assessment grade can consist of a number of elements, including projects, homework, written or oral exams, and participation.
Every course for which a student receives a final grade of 10/20 or above is deemed passed, and the appropriate ECTS credits are granted.

Each semester consists of foundational courses and electives, as well as an internship in S4. A student will have passed a semester if all the following conditions are met:

  • They take at least 30 ECTS Their final grade for the semester is at least 10/20
  • Their final grade for the semester is at least 10/20.
  • The final grade for each course taken that semester is at least 8/20, except for English, where the final grade must be at least 6/20
  • The final grade for the internship in semester 4 is at least 10/20

If a student has passed a semester, they are to considered to have passed all the courses that make up that semester and to have received the associated ECTS credits.

To pass a year, the student must have passed both semesters and all the courses that make up that unit and to have received the associated ECTS credits.
A student will have passed a year (and received the associated 60 ECTS credits) if all the following conditions are met:

  • They have taken at least 60 ECTS credits and receive a final grade for the year of at least 10/20
  • The final grade for each course taken each semester is at least 8/20, except for English, where the final grade must be at least 6/20;
  • The final grade for the internship is at least 10/20

UE Obligatoires

  • Algorithmique de données massives et incertaines
  • Actuariat pour le crédit et l’assurance
  • Finance des marchés 1
  • Finance entrepreneuriale
  • Gestion de portefeuille et risque
  • Management de Projets
  • Optimisation en finance
  • Projet Business Intelligence
  • Projet Logiciel Finance (Reuters/Bloomberg)
  • Finance des marchés 2
  • Systèmes, Langages et Paradigmes pour le Big Data

UE Obligatoires

  • Anglais
  • Applications Web Orientées Services
  • C++
  • Management des Organisations
  • Méthodes Agiles d’Ingénierie Logicielle
  • Projet Programmation financière
  • Projet Programmation par composants
  • SQL, NoSQL et NewSQL
  • Conduite de projet de communication

UE Obligatoires

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The program starts in September and attendance is required. Students rotate between four weeks at a company and two or three weeks on campus.

75% of this program is dedicated to gaining the necessary skills to engineer high-quality applications. The three pure computer science modules cover logical architecture, the management of large amounts of data, and management and planning for computer science projects. Mastering these areas is crucial for top-level computer scientists who aim to design and develop applications that excel in security, performance, and architectural complexity. The financial element of the program appears twice:

  • The fourth, “functional” module introduces students to careers in finance and to the issues that pertain to information systems in this domain. The goal is not to create professionals in a given area but to give students the means to adapt, understand, and react to the needs of the roles in which they may find themselves.

  • The projects the students undertake in each of the three technical modules are based in financial and actuarial case studies and help connect these modules to the functional module. Students quickly become accustomed to connected the techniques they are learning with the needs of their potential careers, and to build a toolkit of typical tools and practices needed for systems engineers working in finance or insurance.
The Business Informatics (MIAGE) - Financial Intelligence program with apprenticeship consists of an instructional unit and a thesis.
Students who meet the following conditions are awarded the 2nd year Master’s degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Business Informatics (MIAGE)-Financial Intelligence with apprenticeship:

  • They have taken at least 60 ECTS credits and receive a final grade for the year of at least 10/20
  • They receive a final grade for the instructional unit of at least 10/20, as long as the final grade for each module is at least 6/20.
  • The grade for the thesis is at least 10/20


Internships and Supervised Projects

The internship lasts between five and six months. Students must have their internships approved by the program director in advance. After the internship is complete, the student must submit an electronic version of their report and two paper copies signed by their mentor to the program office. The report must be submitted at least 15 days before the defense date scheduled by the program office.