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All of the courses taken by the students throughout the Energy Strategy Master’s are listed hereafter by categories, technical courses and compulsory economic science, management and law courses.

 

Standard course

Subject

Prof

Hrs 

ECTS

Accreditation for work exp. / additional semester

 

30

Scientific and economics refresher

160

10

Scientific and Technical

Energy demand and prospective

J.Adnot, B. Duplessis

40

3

Energy technologies

J.Adnot

40

3

Life cycle of energy systems

J.Adnot, D. Marchio

30

2

Design and modeling of energy systems

P. Rivière

30

2

Grid connected renewable energy sources

B. Duplessis

30

3

Scientific and Technical

170

13

Management, Economics & Languages

Energy economics

M. Söderberg, Y. Ménière

 

60

6

Economics of raw materials (Desc. in French)

P.N Giraud

25

2

General accounting

F. Engel

30

2

Non recourse finance (Athens MP17)

M.Amstrong, A. Galli

30

2

Commercial law

C. Ruellan

15

1

Corporate finance

Y. Blanc

15

1

Corporate economics

J.M Oury

15

1

Competition in energy markets

F. Lévêque

30

2

Mandatory foreign language

C. Demaison

30

2

Optional classes

Long-term planning modeling and climate policy

N. Maizi

15

1

Analytical accounting

F. Engel

15

1

Law introduction

J.E Ray

15

2

Labour law

J.E Ray

15

1

Second language or civilization

C. Demaison

15

2

Economics, management and languages

250

19

CLASSES

580

42

PROFESSIONNAL TRAINING AT MINES PARISTECH

600

24

PROFESSIONNAL TRAINING IN A COMPANY

 

600

24

TOTAL

Hours

ECTS

1780

120

"Geostatistics" course

In the case of the specialization in "Geostatistics", the classes "Energy demand and prospective", "Energy technologies" and "Energy Economics" are replaced by a class on "Geostatistics methods and applications"

"Energy and raw materials" course

In the case of the specialization in "Energy and raw materials", the technical classes "Energy demand and prospective" and "Energy technologies" are replaced by classes on "Undeground engineering and management". The class "energy economics" is adapted to raw materials economics. 



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