Today's primary issues are digital transformation and the demand for digital specialists. As a result, the building and the city are being asked to promote this unique and highly advantageous trend. The digital urban or architectural model is with no a doubt the future working resource for architecture, engineering, urban and territorial planning, and office coordination.
Building Information Modeling, City Information Modeling, and Digital Twin all satisfy a number of requirements from the built environment industry, particularly in terms of technological and organizational factors. It is also necessary to evaluate the added value of the collaborative part of the project, which is facilitated by these new technologies. It is also necessary to reconsider the architectural, urban, and territorial project process in light of environmental concerns and the Sustainable Development Goals.
This program therefore responds to the increased need for professionals in the fields of construction, infrastructure, and urban and territorial planning by diversifying the tools and techniques for an enjoyable Executive Education experience.
The Master's teaching staff remains innovating in terms of course format and networking possibilities for a great Executive teaching experience, which applicants strongly value.
In this context, the courses take place one weekend every month, either face-to-face or remotely, in a framework that encourages interaction and exchange. The course concludes with a three-month professional thesis overseen by top BIM experts.
The modules are conducted by a faculty that includes academics as well as professionals in BIM, GIS, and CIM. These national and international faculty members provide both the foundations of learning and real-world case studies, as well as mastery of the numerous tools made available to applicants.
The graduates of this master's program have a lot of opportunities ahead of them, including the chance to pursue bright careers in academia, industry, public administration, design office, property developer or construction companies.
This Master's program offers interdisciplinary training to professionals working in the following fields in the public, private, or academic sectors:
What you will learn :
- Building and architecture
- Urban planning
- Produce digital models for buildings, infrastructure, and urban development.
- Coordinate a BIM project with numerous actors and stakeholders
- Master the BIM approach to sustainable construction;
- Perform thermal and energy simulations as part of an architectural or urban project;
- Manage the legal and regulatory aspects of BIM projects;
- Identify, analyze, assess, and manage the environmental impact of construction projects' territorial performance.