Two new modules in the 2020 Fall semester
Each new academic year gives us the opportunity to evaluate and improve our program to make it even more highly specialized. We review the content of our courses, make changes where necessary to enhance your experience and your employability. In rapidly changing job markets, we want to provide our graduates with relevant skills, that’s why we surround ourselves with professionals in the field to look at the obstacles faced by graduates looking for work and the relevance of their skills for employers.
Our program is evolving
With this in mind, we decided to develop two new modules that will give you the knowledge and expertise you need to embark on a career in the Smart City field.
– Philosophy and Ethics for Smart Cities (Taught by Dr Laurence VANIN)
– Data and Artificial Intelligence for Smart Cities (Taught by Pr Benoît MIRAMOND)
These two modules add a real value to our program and will give you a complete overview of what managing a smart city is – and isn’t.