Master of Science

The Master's program emphases

The UTT master's program offers 3 different emphases: Mechanics and Physics, Information Technology and Communication Sciences, and Engineering and Management. These emphases have been chosen according to the specific competence of UTT, either in the research or the business field.

Mechanics and physics emphasis

The Mechanics and Physics emphasis reflects the tradition of academic excellence at UTT either in research or teaching in the fields of mechanics, physics and their related materials. The purpose of this formation is to give learners knowledge, tools and techniques directly linked to mechanics, nanotechnologies and new materials.

  • Optics and nanotechnologies - ONT
  • Technologies and mechanics of advanced materials - TEMMA
  • Composite agro-materials engineering - IAMC

Information Technology and Communication Sciences emphasis

The rapid growth of the information society over the past few years has led to a major spreading of the Communication and Information Technologies (TIC) in all fields of activities and has created important training needs. UTT wishes to address these needs with the STIC emphasis and wants to train specialists in the technologies using computer science and modeling, which are the driving force behind technological innovation.
The STIC emphasis is based on the information and communication sciences and technologies' fundamental competences, which are divided into three fields of study: Systems' Optimization and Security (OSS); Information Systems Security (SSI).

  • Information systems security - SSI
  • Systems' Optimization and Security -OSS

Management and Engineering emphasis

The final objective of this formation is to provide future decision-makers and project managers from the private or public industry with knowledge, methods and tools, along with a certain ethic, addressing three domains with currently decisive stakes: Environment; Security and Sports.
This emphasis deals with managing the complexity of the socio-technical systems. The complementary competences provided by Engineering Sciences, Management and Humanities are meant to optimize the management of businesses and services, and facilitate the development of innovative projects in these three fields.

  • Sustainable and Environmental Management and Engineering - IMEDD
  • Global Applied Security Management and Engineering - IMSGA
  • Sport, Management and Engineering -Logistics and Security of Sporting Events - SMI-LES

Academic year

Length of studies: one or two full academic year, according to the student's admission level. For the students of the graduate engineering program at UTT who wish to follow the master's program at the same time, there are some specific admission procedures.

1st year:

  • 1st semester (17 weeks from September to mid-January)
  • Mid-year break (4 weeks from mid-January to mid-February)
  • 2nd semester (17 weeks from mid-February to end of June)

2nd year:

  • 3rd semester (17 weeks from September to mid-January)
  • 6-month internship (from February to end of July)
  • Qualification : State level-1 degree - Master's degree


How to apply:

Application for Master degree must only be achieved through the admission website:

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The master's degree is awarded only to students who have reached a certain level of proficiency in a second language. Non-native French speakers can choose French as their second language.