CMI Geology of resources and sustainable development
The Master's Degree in Engineering in Resource Geology and Sustainable Development is part of a particular societal context marked by energy and environmental issues, climate change and the scarcity of natural resources. The sustainable management of geological systems on a territorial scale is an essential response to future environmental challenges.
The Master's Degree in Engineering allows for an additional 120 hours of training per year
The programme offers English language courses in order to validate a B2 level. International mobility of at least three months during the five years of the programme will be required - internship abroad, exchange, gap year.
The student carries out evaluated internships each year either in a company or in a research laboratory.
Why the Master's Degree in Engineering? follow the link
- The CMI requires a very good scientific level. It is aimed at baccalaureate graduates in the scientific series, with a preference for the specialities of mathematics, physics-chemistry and life and earth sciences. A versatile profile and a strong personal commitment are required to persevere in this course.
Purpose and opportunities
- To train specialists in geology and the environment for engineering and research and development jobs.