Pathfinder in Computer Science Programme


The Pathfinder programme offers a two-year generalist course in computer science. It differs from the other courses in the Master’s in Computer Science, since it is aimed at students with initial training other than in computer science, in order to offer them the opportunity to acquire the concepts essential for mastering the current challenges of digital technology. The practical internships and modules related to project management, complete the more fundamental courses in computer science offered by the programme.

The course targets two types of student profile: (1) students wishing to acquire and develop a dual competence in emerging high value-added professions, or (2) students considering a career change and aiming for more traditional positions in IT.


Isabelle Mougenot et Konstantin Todorov

– skills in specialised computing areas such as data science, machine learning and mobile programming

– skills in project analysis and management

Professional insertion :

– IT engineer/project manager

– scientific engineer with dual skills

Sectors of activity :

– tertiary sector

– further studies (in computer science or in transdisciplinary fields)

The Master’s degree is open to holders of a BSc in Computer Science (or equivalent) on the basis of an application.
Students with a BSc having done little or no computer science, are eligible.

Please note that courses in the Computer Science Department are taught in French.

More informations here (french page)