Master in Business Intelligence & Big Data


Master in Business Intelligence & Big Data


This program prepares for the dual Management-Financial competence that allows to master the concepts, methods and tools of Business Intelligence, a top source of data for Managers in the Big Data era. This program enables  the graduate to use the appropriate Business Intelligence solutions according to the expressed needs and the available data. As such, the graduate will be able to be an important member of the organization, actively assisting decision making through the use of acquired new techniques.

Admission Requirements All students holding a bachelor degree in management, economics, quantitative method or equivalent. Apply for an Admission

Skills Acquired Graduates of this master will be able to: integrate, model and  report the data necessary for the decision making to the management of the company; use the appropriate Business Intelligence solutions according to the expressed needs and the available data; work collaboratively and efficiently with the different departments through the company’s information system; use a problem solving approach in a business context.

Professional perspectives – The graduate acquires complex techniques and managerial skills in a very wide range of fields: financial analysis, economic analysis, health, industry, quality management, marketing, etc. – Executive director or managers, offered by the private sector and administrations. – Consultant for financial and insurance institutions, pharmaceutical companies, research departments and contributes to the development of companies in the industrial or tertiary sector.


Semester 1

– Introduction and Fundamentals of Business Intelligence:
– Business Intelligence Methodology
– IT & Operational Training 1: Visual Analytics

– Management accounting
– General Culture and Soft Skills 2: English
– Managerial Economics
– Organizations & people
– Interdisciplinary seminar I
– (Optional Oil & Gas Oil) Oil and Gas Finance and Risk Analysis
– (Optional Banking Services) Contemporary Issues In Banking
– (Optional Pharmaceutical Industries) Managing the Pharmaceutical Sales Organization

Semester 2

– Segmentation of Business Intelligence


– Business game
– General culture and soft skills 2: Professionalization workshop
– General Culture and Soft Skills 3: Communication in a Business Environment
– Strategic Management
– Finance for managers
– (Optional Oil & Gas Oil Companies) Managing Projects and Optimizing Oil & Gas Operations
– (Optional Banking Services) International Banking
– (Optional Pharmaceutical Industries) Pharmaceutical Marketing Research


Semester 3

– Organization of Business Intelligence
– Applied BI methodology
– Applied BI segmentation

– IT & Operational Training. : Practical Toolbox for Managers
– Financial management – Human resources management
– Interdisciplinary seminar II
– (Optional) Introduction to STATA software
– (Optional) Introduction to Matlab
– (Optional) Introduction to SPSS software

Semester 4

– Preparation of an Internship Report