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Private University of Marrakesh

The information systems in a company allow its proper functioning, facilitate its economic and technological development, they also allow better communication between the different departments of the entity. <p></p>PROGRAM OBJECTIVES The UPM's Engineer in TICSE – Computing and Information Systems program aims to train engineers capable of occupying positions of responsibility in the IT departments of companies and administrations, of establishing development strategies and of managing teams. <mark>In a socio-economic environment where information and communication technologies play an important role in the development and continuity of the company, the computer and information systems engineer is the key person in the organization.</mark> <p></p> PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS <p></p> - Two years of integrated preparatory classes. <br> - A diploma recognized by the State. <br> - Project-based teaching all year round. <br> - Preparation for the professional world via the internships that punctuate your course from the first year. <br> - Computer laboratories, networks, for practical work. <br> - Possibility of European co-diploma and international exchange. <p></p>CAREER OPPORTUNITIES - System administrator, <br> - Computer security expert, <br> - IT Project Manager, <br> - Integrator, <br> - open data manager, <br> - Mobile Application Developer, <br> - Business Analyst, …

Cadi Ayyad University - school image
Cadi Ayyad University

The Mathematics and Computer Science Applied to Engineering Sciences (MIASI) degree was developed taking into account the experience of the old accreditation which will end this academic year. This project also takes into account other training recently accredited at the level of the establishment (in particular the LST in computer science). This new sector project is therefore predominantly mathematical. <p></p> The objective is to give mathematics the place it deserves to occupy in our society. And this taking into account the evolution of mathematics at the level of teaching, research and applications to engineering professions. <p></p> The first four semesters allow the student to acquire basics in general mathematics, mechanics, electricity, electromagnetism, computer science and communication techniques. They also allow the student to acquire a solid training in applied mathematics with simulations and computer experiments which will also allow the student to broaden his knowledge of computer science. <p></p> During the license cycle, the modules are programmed in such a way as to gradually provide students with: <br> - The elements of integration and functional analysis necessary for the mathematical study of mathematical models modeling certain physical or chemical phenomena. <br> - Scientific computing tools. <mark><br> - Object-oriented programming.</mark> <p></p> Semester 6, during which students will have to complete a graduation project. <p></p> The content has been designed to achieve several objectives: <mark> <br> 1) Consolidate the student's general scientific knowledge in fields as diverse as mathematics, physics, computer science, corporate culture, etc.; <br> 2) Develop the student's ability to reason, pose and solve problems; <br> 3) Acquire the necessary skills to tackle innovative fields in mathematical engineering and computer science </mark> <p></p> Targeted skills <br>Mastery of the mathematical, theoretical and applied tools necessary for engineering sciences.