Program

Program

For more than 25 years, companies have placed their trust in EPITA and its prestigious programs. EPITA now has more than 60 corporate partners offering partnerships and jobs to our students.

One of the major advantages for computer engineers is that they can easily find a professional position anywhere in the world. Whether they choose a career in France or abroad, digital engineers have a wide range of choices on the job market after graduating from engineering school.

EPITA has one of the highest graduate employment rates: 96% in less than one month, with the highest starting salaries from among all engineering schools (the average gross salary is over

€40 000, excluding benefits).

The school’s 7000 graduates continue to move up the professional ladder, taking on key positions in buoyant companies in over 40 countries worldwide.

Our Master’s degree program in Computer Engineering offers three specializations as listed:

  • Global IT Management (GITM)
  • Software Development & Multimedia (SDM)
  • Systems, Networks & Security (SNS)

 

Harmonization semester

This semester aims at providing students with a solid technical background that acts as a common basis for the international students coming from different educational systems. This semester is common to all three areas of specialization.

Teaching Unit Course
Harmonization General Science Advanced Algorithmics
Algorithm Workshop
Linear algebra
Linear programming
Probability and statistics
Management & Engineering Science Business & Technical Writing
French language program for engineers (A1)
Getting over the culture shock
Project management (#1)
Networks & System Harmonization Data Flow and Computer Networks
System fundamentals
TCP/IP Architecture
Telecom & Network Skills
Technical Skills harmonization C & Unix Programming – Piscine
C language introduction
Databases
OOA & UML & Java
Operating Systems: Unix

 

Common Core Semester

This period is shared by all students within the same cohort. The purpose of this core is to provide students with in-depth knowledge of advanced management and engineering science, as well as business exposure. Sports and extracurricular activities are also included.

Students pursuing the three specializations should have these skills to start their career.

Population Teaching Unit Course
S8 Common Core Advanced Management & Engineering Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced PM: Scrum / Agile
BIG-DATA workshop
Change Management
Green IT
ITIL
Knowledge Management & Innovation –Theory and practice
Project for Research & Innovation (#1)
Business Exposure Business Models, Innovation and Planning
Communicating across cultures
French language program MSc (A2-B1)
Corporate, Sports, Communication Conferences of Technologies [S4]
Sports & student life activities [#3]
S9 Common Core Advanced Management & Engineering Science Cloud Computing, Principles and Analysis
Cross-border Management
Information Technologies Overview
Project for Research & Innovation (#2)
Business Exposure Business Week
Career Project Elaboration
Finance for IT Managers
French language program MSc (A2-B1)
Corporate, Sports, Communication Conferences of Technologies [S5]
overview Internships (ING3: end of studies)
Sports & student live #1

 

Global IT Management (GITM)

The GITM major prepares students to become comprehensive project managers in the IT field. It is a combination of business processes and new technologies with a focus on change management and innovation, taking intercultural approaches into account. The graduates are able to pursue careers in the field of e-leadership and become a sales engineer, auditor, consultant, strategist, or risk management engineer.

Population Teaching Unit Course
S8 GITM

     

Business Exposure Global Marketing Strategies
Corporate, Sports, Communication International Week
Enterprise, Leadership & Global IT

   

Information Systems Management
IT Governance
New Business Opportunities – Business Model Innovation (#1)
New Business Opportunities – Business Model Innovation (#2)
S9 GITM Advanced Management & Engineering Science Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy
Fundamentals of Human-Centered Design
Software Quality Assurance
Enterprise Information Systems Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
How to succeed in implementing an ERP Project
IT Purchase
IT Strategy, Software Costs and ROI.
Enterprise, Leadership & Global IT Business Intelligence (BI) & Data Warehouses
Geomarketing & Geographic Information Systems
Supply Chain Management (SCM)

 

Software Development & Multimedia (SDM)

The SDM major trains students to become future Digital Leaders, who can innovate, suggest new contents, new uses, and new services, based on open source technologies or those of major publishers (Microsoft, Adobe, etc.). In a global context where digital technologies are becoming increasingly strategic, SDM engineers work across all economic sectors as new service architects or leaders of innovative projects. They show technological diligence, strong listening skills and can manage the human factor linked to new uses.

In the end, students gain knowledge in Back-End, Front-End, Data Basis, mobile applications and video game development.

 

Population Teaching Unit Course
S8 SDM Corporate, Sports, Communication International Week
Software Engineering Advanced Java Programming
Android Software Stack
Mobile Application Development based on iOS
Software Industrialization
Structured Data & Transportation
S9 SDM Advanced Management & Engineering Science Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy
Fundamentals of Human-Centered Design
Software Engineering .NET and C# Programming
Advanced Databases
Advanced Web Development
Game Design (#1)
Game Design (#2)
JavaScript Advanced
Software & Database Security
Software Quality Assurance
Unity Game Engine

 

Systems, Networks & Security (SNS)

The SNS major teaches students about systems (from design to administration), networks (existing and new generation), security (functional and technical) and organization (governance, management systems…).

Drawing on their knowledge of businesses and fundamental control mechanisms, SNS engineers are prepared to work as chief information security officers (CISO) and know how to take effective cyber-security measures. Thanks to their ability to understand the risks and governance of a business as well as identify areas of improvement linked to infrastructure technologies and new associated services, students are well-prepared to detect and analyze attacks.

 

Population Teaching Unit Course
S8 SNS Corporate, Sports, Communication International Week
Security & Management Digital Risk Management
Introduction to Cryptology
PKI, DMZ & Proxy
Secured Network Architecture
Unix System Administration
S9 SNS Advanced Security Digital Forensics & Incidence Response
Hard Drive Forensic
Malware Analysis
Physical Attack
Reverse Engineering
Security Audit
Security for Active Directory
Software & Database Security
Web Security
Windows Memory Forensic Analysis
Security & Management Penetration Testing
Python for Security

 

Internship

Our last educational period is organized around a 6-month company internship, culminating in a master’s thesis presented on-campus in front of the Graduate Committee. This required internship allows students to discover the latest technologies while gaining valuable experience. Feedback from the internship host companies has been overwhelmingly supportive of our programs.

Students of our Master of Engineering are paid between €1300 and €1700 per month during their internships.

Find out about our application requirements.