CURRICULUM

Our Master in Management includes several tracks, both traditional and alternative, with one fundamental objective: to offer you a curriculum that fits your career plan perfectly.

Depending on your level of English, from the outset you can follow most of your courses in English.

Our traditional tracks

The Master years: transform your knowledge into skills

In the second and third years, you will:
  • Strengthen your ability by acquiring the fundamentals of genuine cross-functional management, so as to plan your career and give yourself a head start on your competitors in the employment market
  • Take Business Outlook courses, applying the fundamentals of management  to a specific sector or a “non-traditional” management function such as marketing… in a bank, or management control... in an opera house
  • Continue to build upon and structure your knowledge during an international semester at one of our 300 partner universities
  • Take the introductory courses to familiarise yourself with your final-year specialisation
  • Acquire a specialisation that fascinates you and will make you eminently employable

Our specialisations

Champagne & Wine Management (Reims - English) - Programme Manager: Gaëlle Le Guirriec-Milner.
Combining theory, practical cases studies, testimonials, vineyard visits and meetings with the industry experts, students get immersed in a singular and attractive evolving sector with many professional opportunities. At the end of this specialization, students will be able to demonstrate a thorough knowledge and consolidated comprehension of the various aspects of the wine industry. Accordingly, they will be able to enhance their profiles by developing new skills and carry out their professional projects.

Corporate Finance (Reims & Rouen - English) - Programme Manager: Imen Mejri.
The «Corporate Finance» specialization aims at training students for careers in corporate finance, Corporate and Investment Banking, Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity, Financial Analysts and Administrative and Financial Directors. Its purpose is to help students develop key skills required by professionals in the corporate finance area: A solid and a double competence in two complementary areas: corporate finance and financial engineering; A cross-disciplinary vision of the company financial issues: Understanding strategic, fiscal and financial transactions, finding (for insiders) and offering (for outsiders) adequate financial solutions.

Cultural and Creative Industries (Rouen - English) - Programme Manager: Sébastien Dubois.
The programme aims to provide students with a deep theoretical and empirical knowledge of the creative/cultural industries sector. It introduces students to the core issues of this sector (strategies, production, distribution, digitization, marketing specificities etc.). It prepares the students to careers in the cultural/creative industries. Lecturers have both academic and professional backgrounds. The programme focuses on the management of the arts, but also looks at the economic, social and aesthetic issues raised by the current transformation of the creative/cultural industries.

Entrepreneurship, Powered by KPMG (Reims & Rouen - English) - Programme Manager: Sylvie GUIDICI.
The specialisation is oriented towards entrepreneurship in a broad sense: Creat ing a company (Entrepreneurship), taking over a company (Repreneurship) and also project management in an existing company (Intrapreneurship). Company creation and entrepreneurial initiative in a broad sense have always been at the core of economic renewal and provide a path for personal development, attracting more and more managers. An entrepreneurial project chosen by the students in groups, will allow them to put into practice all the theoretical and practical tools and techniques developed in the classes by professors and guest speakers: creativity, innovation, business models, strategy, marketing, financing, law, project management, etc.

Financial Markets : Assets, Risk Management (Rouen - English) - Programme Manager: Jian Wu.
The Financial Markets specialization aims at preparing students for a career in the field of banking and financial markets. To this end, students need to have a global vision on the markets, a good comprehension and a perfect mastering of financial instruments. On this basis, they should also know how to use these instruments to meet with investors’ specific needs in their investment process and risk management.

Human Resources and Consulting (Reims - English) - Programme Manager: Rachel Beaujolin.
The specialization aims to develop the skills and competences of students in human resources into the context of complexity and from the point of view of innovation. This specialization is for students wishing to specialize in human resources management and / or internal or external consulting, particularly in the areas of organization, human resources, working conditions, labor relations, recruitment and redeployment.

Marketing (Reims & Rouen - English) - Programme Manager: Isabelle Ulrich.
The specialisation aims to prepare students for marketing functions in all sectors of activity. The basic courses are followed by all students in the marketing specialization and allow students, whatever their background, to understand and master the principles of Consulting and Marketing Intelligence, Brand Management, Media Event & Communication, Multichannel Retail & Distribution, Leading Market Growth, Luxury (Rouen only) or Digital Marketing.

Performance Management and Audit (Reims - English or French) - Programme Manager: Charles Daussy.
The specialization offers you expertise in the business of numbers, management and consulting, including careers in Advisory, Management Control, Accounting Expertise, Business Consulting, Transaction Services, Accounting and Financial Audit. This specialization will allow you to develop the skills required to exercise, within companies, management control or internal control functions or to occupy strategic positions in auditing and consulting firms.

Real Estate & Wealth Management, Powered by PwC Luxembourg (Reims - English) - Programme Managers: Stéphane Fourneaux and Maryline Thénot.
Wealth creation has become a major challenge for countries, companies, and individuals. Managing portfolio and risks to satisfy clients’ concerns requires relevant skills in many areas. The major REWM focuses on the entrepreneur and family wealth management with specific focus on transition and estate planning. In the asset allocation process, we focus on the real estate and all its features to understand perfectly this challenging and performing investment. This program aims to train students in Real Estate & Wealth Management.

Supply Chain Management and Purchasing (Rouen - English) - Programme Manager: Alejandro Lamas.
The content of the Purchasing and Supply Chain Management specialization gives a full view of the Supply Chain with particular emphasize in Purchasing and Development and a balanced professional training between Strategy, Processes, Organization, and Information Systems. The specialization combines class sessions, in which students can develop the theoretical skills, with practical experiences such as visit to firms in which students can learn from the on-site operations and decisions. Thus, the structure of the specialization meets the expectation of recruiters.

Our specific tracks

Our Chartered Financial Analyst track (CFA)

This prestigious programme, offered on the Reims campus, allows you to:

  • Pass two levels of the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst), professional qualification in financial expertise for the CFA Institute and prepare for level III
  • Train successfully for the professions of financial analyst and portfolio manager
Through this alliance,our School has joined the select circle of partners of the CFA Institute, around one hundred organisations around the world, including the best business Schools.

Our entrepreneurship track

Do you have an entrepreneurial project in mind ? Do you want to propose and develop projects for a student club or society ? The  entrepreneurship track is made for you. Offered in your second year, this selective track allows you to manage one of the School’s societies as a real micro-business or focus on your own entrepreneurial project.

Your specially adapted timetable enables you to follow courses in the morning and work for a student society or on your entrepreneurial project in our incubator in the afternoon.

By choosing this track, you can:

  • Put your skills to everyday use
  • Take on responsibility
  • Participate actively in School life and promote inter-cohort links

This track is also offered to high-level athletes

Our dual-skill/double-diploma track

This part of the programme takes place outside the School at a partner institution and replaces the on-campus, end-of-curriculum specialisation. It offers you the opportunity to develop a specific skill, bringing exceptional added value to your CV. It is open to all our students.

Sports, engineering, project management, art… these programmes are set up around our partnerships with renowned establishments and our other programmes. We aim to : offer you the widest possible range of choices for your specialisation.

  • Masters and Specialised Masters at partner organisations:
Master in “Sports Management” - University of Rouen
› Specialised Masters in Technology and Management - CENTRALE PARIS
  Design Manager track – Reims’ Ecole Supérieure des Arts et du Design (ESAD)

  • Our international double diplomas:
› Canada: University of Ottawa, Telfer School of Management
› Italy: Università di Bologna
› Japan: Nagoya, Rikkyo
› Vietnam: CFVG
› Germany: Saarlandes, Europa Universität Viadrina
› Argentine: Universidad del Belgrano
› Mexico: UDLAP