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The MIAGE master’s program brings a scientific and entrepreneurial pluridisciplinarity to future executives to help with the apprehension of various problems with the design and development of information systems.


In addition to the single-discipline courses in Computer Science or Management, the MIAGE master’s program leads to clearly differentiated, highly identified and wide-ranging professions. It also allows rapid professional integration in France and abroad.

The MIAGE master’s program offers a unique Master 1 followed by three undifferentiated courses (professional and research opportunities) in Master 2:
  • Mobiquity, Big Data and Systems Integration (MBDS)
  • Computing Methods Applied to Innovation and Digital Transformation of Business (INTeNsE)
  • Information Systems and Risk Management (SIRIS)


The MIAGE master’s program aims to develop the following skills:
  • technical skills for mastering computer systems and tools, networks and databases;
  • methodological skills for mastering methods of designing and implementing information systems;
  • organizational skills to understand business processes, the synergy between these processes and the information system, the integration of an information system within a company, the diagnosis and management of risks, the assistance with decision-making;
  • Behavioral skills to mobilize knowledge acquired in a complex professional context and to work in a team.

Program and content

Master 1 - Semester 1
  • Computing
  • Advanced programming
  • Architecture and design patterns
  • Distributed system
  • XML technologies
  • SGBD function
  • Management
  • Information systems and organization
  • Management simulation
  • Financial management and diagnostics
  • Communication
  • Communication techniques
  • English
  • Living language 2
Master 1 - Semester 2
  • Computing
  • Networks, low layers
  • Web
  • Database Administration
  • Needs engineering
  • Management
  • Business creation
  • Organizational control
  • IT policy
  • Strategic diagnosis
  • Management by processes
  • Mathematics
  • Communication
  • Communication techniques
  • Living language 2
  • Project
Master 2
The 3 tracks proposed in M2 have a common core which represents more than 50% of the course load for INTeNsE and SIRIS specialties. These three specialties will allow students to acquire specific expertise, always in the context of information systems:
  • INTeNsE (IT methods applied to Innovation and Digital Transformation of the Company)
Objective: to prepare students for the challenges of digital transformation of companies by training them both in the technological innovations that underpin the transformation: cloud, virtual and augmented reality, internet of things, etc. This pathway also trains students to make changes to management practices for innovative projects, from the idea to the start of production (lean start-up, agility, kanban, devops, etc.)
  • MBDS (Mobiquity, Big Data and Systems Integration)
Objective: To train developers of the Wireless Information Systems of the future on a 4-tier architecture "Database Server, Application Server, Mobile Server and EDGE Server" with a market-standard approach (web services/XML). The program also integrates the most advanced findings in web services research (semantic web, ontology and W3C orchestration) and smartphone developments (e.g. augmented reality with Android).
  • SIRIS (Information System and Risk Management).
Objective: to train executives able to understand the different fundamental elements related to risk management within an organization. This track defines, deploys and animates the risk management system and proposes measures to put in place. In addition to the typology of risks, it offers in-depth management of risk management through a cross-functional, operational and sectoral approach.
This master's degree is part of the Digital Systems for Humans (DS4H) Graduate School of Research training program.
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:

Future carreers

The targeted professions follow the evolution of the sector, particularly in the area of business intelligence where demand is very strong. To name other professions:
  • information systems manager
  • assistance consultant for project management
  • information systems consultant
  • urban planner of information systems
  • database administrator
  • software deployment engineer
  • engineer of research and development
  • technical architect
  • project manager
  • BI project manager


Admission in M1 or M2: All students must submit applications files via the E-candidate platform, which will be examined by the pedagogical committee.

Course calendar

Tuition fees

The registration fees for a national diploma are set each year at national level by the government. You will also have to pay a student life and campus fee (CVEC) to the CROUS prior to any registration.

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