MSE Master of Science in Engineering

The Swiss engineering master's degree

Chaque module vaut 3 ECTS. Vous sélectionnez 10 modules/30 ECTS parmi les catégories suivantes:

  • 12-15 crédits ECTS en Modules technico-scientifiques (TSM)
    Les modules TSM vous transmettent une compétence technique spécifique à votre orientation et complètent les modules de spécialisation décentralisés.
  • 9-12 crédits ECTS en Bases théoriques élargies (FTP)
    Les modules FTP traitent de bases théoriques telles que les mathématiques élevées, la physique, la théorie de l’information, la chimie, etc., vous permettant d’étendre votre profondeur scientifique abstraite et de contribuer à créer le lien important entre l’abstraction et l’application dans le domaine de l’innovation.
  • 6-9 crédits ECTS en Modules contextuels (CM)
    Les modules CM vous transmettent des compétences supplémentaires dans des domaines tels que la gestion des technologies, la gestion d’entreprise, la communication, la gestion de projets, le droit des brevets et des contrats, etc.

Le descriptif de module (download pdf) contient le détail des langues pour chaque module selon les catégories suivantes:

  • leçons
  • documentation
  • examen 
Integrated Sustainable Management of Production Systems (CM_IntSust)

Companies are increasingly interested in conducting their activities so that a long-term future is assured for its business, society and environment. The purpose of this class is to deal with the well-recognized but sometimes vague concept of sustainability from an engineering perspective. The module is meant to introduce students to the implementation of sustainable management in industries and provide them with tools enabling the enhancement of the sustainability performances of production systems.

Compétences préalables


Objectifs d'apprentissage

During lectures, practitioners gain knowledge on the sustainability concept and are educated on its concrete application into the present industrial context. Standards, sustainability assessment tools, reporting systems and best practices are presented as the main instruments to answer market and regulations sustainability requirements raised in the last decades. The approach used to treat the sustainable management of manufacturing systems is a holistic one since all the three sustainability dimensions are addressed (i.e. environment, economy and society) and the industrial activities considered include the design and the management of product, process and supply chain in an integrated way. The course is divided into two main blocks aiming at:

  1. Defining what is meant by sustainability and present the role of standards and regulations into sustainable management systems;
  2. Providing students with tools allowing to assess, report and communicate on sustainability performances of products and processes. The measure of sustainability level enable to monitor the management system effectiveness and to enhance performances.

Catégorie de module

The sustainability concept applied into the industrial context: Course ID -01

  • Introduction to sustainability: the concept and its history;
  • The elements of sustainability implementation in industry;
  • The implementation of Environmental, Health and Safety and Energy Management systems;
  • Corporate Social Responsibility;
  • Circular Economy concept

Sustainability Assessment, Reporting and Labelling: Course ID -02

  • Assessing the environmental performances: the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA);
  • The GHG Protocol;
  • Environmental labeling of products.

Méthodes d'enseignement et d'apprentissage

Frontal theoretical lessons, case studies and exercises supported by the use of software.


ISO 14001

OHSAS 18000

ISO 50001

ISO 26000

ISO 14040 and 14044

ISO 14020 series

ISO 14064

ISO 14067

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