Guarantee against risk is part of the modern world’s biggest stakes. It is the reason why the University of Technology of Troyes (UTT) and the Institut National des Hautes Etudes de Sécurité (INHES) work hand in hand to train people to new professions in security. Lectures cover all the security aspects and propose a global approach: the security of people and goods taking into account urbanism, environment, networks, ecology, and crises. Because of the problems of security and safety, which are rising, a new professional approach has appeared: engineering and management in global applied security. This allows setting up the basics of an efficient cooperation between management methods of people and goods’ security, of living areas’ safety, economics, industrial and commercial protection, and of systems’ safety and communication networks.
The students who get this Master’s are able to bring solutions and face risks. They are able to identify the critical points, make a diagnosis and come up with solutions. Furthermore, their managerial skills enable them to take actions. Finally, they are not only advisors towards decision makers, but also managers capable of finding solutions in order to reduce and manage risks.
Such professionals can receive offers: from local governments’ offices, organizers of major events, urban project managers, industrials, services organizations, security companies, transport companies, banks, insurance companies, professional unions, superstores, etc.
The academic team of this Master’s is pluridisciplinary. They deal with the problems of risks and security through sciences, technology and through human and social sciences. Composed of professors and scientists from universities, senior officials, executive officers and corporate executives, the team is complementary and tranverse.
University of Technology of Troyes (UTT)
Institut National des Hautes Etudes de Sécurité (INHES), Paris
Entry in first year: holders of a bachelor ‘s degree or by equivalence of professional experience (VAP)
Entry in second year: holders of a degree with 240 ECTS credits or by equivalence of professional experience.