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Become an industry and research manager able to adapt and anticipate the continual changes in technology. Read more


Initial training / Executive Education Program / Accessible for resumption of studies
2 years
Campus SophiaTech
French / English



The Master’s in Computer Science trains students in the design and development of IT systems of industry and research executives. By undertaking the program, students learn to adapt and anticipate the constant technological changes thanks to mastery of the theoretical foundations of computer science and the different concepts and tools implemented in today's computing systems.


The skills developed are as follows:
  • Autonomously and critically deepen the scientific and technical knowledge needed to solve a computing problem.
  • To abstract and break down a problem related to other scientific fields;
  • to identify the problems specific to computing.
  • Propose and implement effective computing solutions for solving the problem.
  • Present, in writing and orally, the different elements of a computing solution, from modeling to implementation.
  • Understand and write technical or scientific reports in French or English.
  • Produce summary documents for each task of a computing project.
  • Participate in study teams and development of IT solutions.
  • Take responsibility for a task force to accomplish several tasks.
  • Ensure technological monitoring.
  • Analyze and critically compare several solutions for the same problem.
  • Refine a professional orientation and confirm your professional ambition through internships in companies or laboratories.
This training program teaches students to understand the concepts and fundamentals of computer science.
They master the links between different aspects of computing, which allows them to transpose methods and techniques from one aspect to another in order to design, implement and integrate applications.
At the end of the master’s program, students know how to manage large-scale IT projects, including the quality standards to design their architecture and their integration and evolution in pre-existing systems.


This master's degree is offered by the Digital Systems for Humans (DS4H) Graduate School of Research. Once your registration for a master's degree has been confirmed, DS4H offers you the opportunity to enrich your curriculum with a unique catalog of multidisciplinary courses (minors), mentorship (laboratory immersion) and individual or group projects. By combining these options, over the semesters, you build your à la carte training program according to your personal and professional goals. In partnership with the leading digital science research laboratories of the Université Côte d'Azur, DS4H offers an innovative vision of the professions for the digital world, that go beyond traditional disciplinary compartmentalization. It offers you the opportunity to acquire the sought-after competencies (technical skills and "soft skills") for your future career in research, higher education, research and development, industry and services, start-ups, etc. Learn more about the DS4H training program


Campus SophiaTech

Person in charge of the academic program

Coordinator : Jean-Charles Régin



Prerequisites for enrolment

Undergraduate level

Course program

What's next ?

Level of education obtained after completion

Year of highschool graduation

Graduate level

Level of education obtained after completion

Graduate level

Job opening


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