BACHELORS AND MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING

UE Code : IM1-ERE-GBRH-S8-NIV1 Academic year : 2016-2017

Information on the course unit

Program / Education :

Bachelor and Master of Science in Engineering / Bachelor and Master of Science in Engineering

Level :

First year of Master of Science in Engineering

Language(s) :

French

Studies organization

Credits :

3.00

Semester :

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Total Hours :

52.50 (Hours of teaching + individual study)

Details

Objectives :

(GB) - FINANCE AND BUDGETARY MANAGEMENT
• To provide future business managers the tools and methods required to implementing the company’s strategic decisions.
• To evaluate and select investments
• To choose and plan funding
• To elaborate and manage the budgetary process: Monitoring and control.

(RH-LA) THE HUMAN RESOURCES FUNCTION - MANAGEMENT IN A LEADERSHIP POSITION
• To understand the importance of human resource management in leading the business
• To identify the main aspects and levers of Human Resource management
• Identify the HR function and its role in the company/business
• To understand the role of a proximity manager, the dimensioning of action and the relationships with the position and the company's HR management
• To know and implement the attitudes, perspectives and techniques of a team manager

Contents :

(GB) - FINANCE AND BUDGETARY MANAGEMENT
• The budgetary process, principles, general aspects and tools
• Translating finance into strategy: The finance plan and choice of investments
• Implementing various budgets: Sales, production, procurement/supply
• Budgets for investments, cash and forecast documents
• Budget tracking and variance analysis
• Cash and client risk management

(RH-LA) THE HUMAN RESOURCES FUNCTION - MANAGEMENT IN A LEADERSHIP POSITION
• Management of HR in the company and the HR function
- HR management challenges in companies
- Management and levers of action for HR management in business: Recruitment, compensation, skills development, performance, etc.
- The HR function: Objectives, organization, tasks, legal framework, social audits and assessments , negotiations with social partners, etc.
•Operational management in a leadership/management position
- The importance and role of proximity management
- Objectives of proximity managers: Lead activities, organize, make decisions, develop skills, etc.
- Tools: Set objectives, delegate, evaluate, communicate and share information (meeting, etc.).
- Learn about manager attitudes/mindsets
•Links between the company’s HR function and the proximity manager.

Prerequisites :

(GB) - GE1 module in IL2 and FENEX module in IL3
HR – No theoretical prerequisites, but emphasis on experience gained in business and on the specific IFA module “HR – Competencies/Skills”

Teaching methods :

THE HUMAN RESOURCES FUNCTION and OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT IN A LEADERSHIP POSITION:
- Theoretical input in class and Seminars (TD)
- Situational exercises(Seminar – TP): Role-Playing
- Work to be completed: Case studies, presentations
Speakers :
Professionals in the field: Myriam Biraud (HR function) and Anne Blandel (operational management), Symbios law firm
Professor-Researchers: Fiona Casey (multicultural environment)

FINANCE AND BUDGETARY MANAGEMENT:
- Lectures (CM) and Accompanied Work (TA)
- Testimonials
- Real case study (group work)
- Training case study (individual work)

Speakers:
Jean-Noël Pinatel (trainer - consultant) – outside speaking guests: An entrepreneur, management comptroller, a banker.

Assessment :

Human Resources - HR (RH) – Individual Written Exam 2 hrs
Budget Management (GB) – Individual Written Exam 2 hrs

Bibliography :

1st year of Master of Science in Engineering

The 1st year of Master of Science in Engineering includes common core courses, majors and inter-major courses.

Majors: students will choose only one major according to his background

• Vine and Wine: sustainable productions and international market (ViVi)
• Food processing, food science, nutrition and quality (TAQ)
• Crop production and agroecology (PVA)
• Environmental and sustainable Engineering (IED)
• Animal production: livestock farming and livestock industry (PA)
• Business management, corporate consultancy and international trade and Markets (PCE/CMI)

Common core courses (CC) are engineering tools and Social Sciences. All of them are compulsory.

Inter-major modules (MIM): students will choose only one according to their major