The “Arts et Métiers” courses train engineers destined for careers in industry. The engineers can start just as well in the design and development of products and services as in production and organization. The titles of the different teaching DEPARTMENTS as well as their teaching content are a good illustration of the multidisciplinary nature of “Arts et Métiers”.
- Digital department: 16% of the time spent in face-to-face classes (classes; Tutorials and Practicals)
- Software engineering, networks, information systems, IT security
- Industrial computing, electronics, automation and regulation
- Energy department: 15 % of the time spent in face-to-face classes
- Electrical engineering and motor drives
- Fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, thermal transfers, acoustics
- Materials science and structural engineering department: 22% of the time spent in face-to-face classes
- Materials science and durability
- Mechanical engineering, materials resistance, structural modeling and mechanical design
- Industrial Management department: 10% of time spent in face-to-face classes
- Manufacturing engineering and production
- Statistical analysis and Industrial organization
- Social sciences and Language department: 19% of time in face-to-face classes
- English and a 2nd modern language
- Human and social sciences and economics courses
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- Commitment and Responsibility
- Expertise in Engineering sciences (Mathematics, Electronics, Electrical engineering, Mechanical engineering, Solid mechanics, Thermodynamics, Computing, etc.)
- Acquisition of managerial skills (Management, financial management, Human resource management).
- Ability to adapt to a company environment (Internships)
- Ability to work in an international environment (Internships, periods of study abroad).
- A taste for innovation and entrepreneurship (Fest’Innov, MIME, LEONARD and Research and Development projects).
The time and importance accorded to:
- internships (an average of 43 weeks for a 5 year program),
- projects (18% of the hours) of teaching,
- international aspects (33 weeks on average),
allow the student to begin to grasp the demands of the world of work and to acquire the qualities needed to exercise the profession of a field engineer.