Direction and Change Management - 228 - Master's Year 2

Program Objectives

This program trains students for careers in consulting, intervention, and change management. This interdisciplinary program borrows from management science and management, psychosociology, and sociology to offer students approaches and tools for diagnostics, intervention, and training. The program is designed around student professionalization and engages a range of approaches to active pedagogy.

Program objectives:

  • Design support and intervention systems that account for the social, managerial and organizational dimensions of change
  • Integrate order and demand management into the process
  • Know how to do a work conditions audit
  • Champion professional development as a crucial component of strategic change management
  • Analyze corporate discourse and use it as a diagnostic, management, and communications tool
Types of education
Initial training
Work-based training
ECTS Credits
60 credits
24 weeks
No work-based training
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Master's degree
Academic Year

The challenges of the ecological and social transition in the Master's degree programs

Several courses and tools are offered to students in the Master’s program, regardless of their specialization


  • Marc GLADY

    Associate Professor

    Director of the 2nd year of the Master's degree

  • Monica VIALARET

    Teaching assistant

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After Dauphine

1 Month

job hunting's average duration

100 %

Professional integration rate


Median salary

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