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Industrial Engineering Master's Degree


Welcome to the Sustainable Industrial Engineering Master's degree Program!


 
The environmental challenges require us to rethink our industrial approaches to limiting the impact on future generations. The Sustainable Industrial Engineering master's degree aims to provide cutting-edge knowledge on the themes of industrial organization, modeling and simulation of production systems by adopting an interdisciplinary approach combining social sciences and engineering.

We offer a major oriented towards operation management and a major oriented towards product development. It is also possible to choose between a research orientation aiming at preparing a doctorate or an industrial orientation allowing access to industry at the end of the master.
Jean-François Boujut,
Head of Sustainable Industrial Engineering Master's degree


 

 
                                                             


International Excellence Programs

 
suma master
 
Graduate school
These are special pathways within our 3 Master's Program, dedicated to high potential students with outstanding academic record wishing to engage into a PhD program. These programs host students from other European Universities (SUMA), offer some joint courses with other Universities in Europe (Unite!), or propose special courses and excellence grants (Graduate School).

Networks

 
master industriy
 
master research
 

Date of update June 15, 2021

French State controlled Master's degree

French State controlled Master's degree

Academic staff


Head of Sustainable Industrial Engineering Master's degree
Jean-François Boujut

Deputy Head of Sustainable Industrial Engineering Master's degree
Maria Di Mascolo

Admission Board
Fabien Mangione
Frédéric Vignat

Administration
Annabel Jourdan
genie-industriel.master.sie@grenoble-inp.fr
Tél. +33 4 76 57 47 18

 
Université Grenoble Alpes