Corporate Policy and Social Responsibility- 130 - Master's Year 2

Program Year

Obligatoires - 27 ECTS

  • Relations sociales et négociation collective
  • Atelier professionnalisant
  • Anglais pour les sciences sociales
  • Responsabiliser les organisations par le droit
  • Repenser l'entreprise : frontières et missions
  • Mutations du travail et de l'emploi
  • Sociologie de l'entreprise et de l'intervention
  • Cycle de conférences
  • Théorie des statistiques
  • Pratique des statistiques sur R

Optionnels - 3 ECTS

  • Enquête sur les politiques d'entreprises
  • SPOC SIGMA Managing the SDGs

Majeure Politiques d'entreprises - Obligatoire - 18 ECTS

  • Evaluer l’efficacité de l’Etat social
  • Développement durable et responsabilités environnementales
  • Politiques de santé au travail
  • Pouvoir économique et financier
  • Entreprise, discriminations et diversité
  • Comptabilité(s), DD & RSO

Majeure Economie Sociale et Solidaire - Obligatoire - 18 ECTS

  • Evaluer l’efficacité de l’Etat social
  • Développement durable et responsabilités environnementales
  • Gestion des associations et conduite de projet ESS
  • Politiques du monde associatif. Théorie, pratique et évaluation de l’ESS
  • Développement territorial : Marchés, Innovations, Acteurs
  • Politiques européennes de développement territorial

Obligatoire - 12 ECTS

  • Mémoire et Stage

Academic Training Year 2022 - 2023 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The program consists of 309 hours of instruction, spread out between September and the end of February. The curriculum is focused on a large common core, divided into three areas: Fundamentals, Methodology, and Professionalization.

In addition to the content covered in the common core, students select one of the two following areas as a Major: Corporate Economics, Social Economy

At the end of the internship, students must write an internship or research thesis and defend it in front of a review panel.


Internships and Supervised Projects

Students must complete an internship of least four months' duration and/or define a research problem that will help them with their professional development (in the world of work or in research) and improve their interpersonal skills (through discussions with colleagues and/or their thesis director) and their public speaking skills (by defending their thesis in front of a review panel).

The internship thesis will take the following themes as a framework:

  • Theme 1 – Employer types: multinational organizations, credit rating firms, auditing firms, trade unions, NGOs, social economy organizations, research firms, etc.
  • Theme 2 – Job responsibilities: CSR or sustainable development project management, social and environmental impact assessment, HR development, responsible and/or environmental lobbying, social economics.
  • Theme 3 – Tools of analysis: sociology of work and organizations, economic sociology, sociology of risk, etc.