ENFR

Advanced Master in Big Data

  • Mixed rythm
  • 15 months
  • Grenoble
  • English & French mix

Sensors, connected devices, social media, and cell phones—these are just a few of the countless sources of data continuously feeding the massive amounts of data central to many of our society's activities. The need to make sense of this vast amount of data has become crucial for all organizations.

Objectives

The world of Big Data involves dimensions of data exploitation that can no longer be managed using conventional approaches. The spectrum includes data collection, storage, analysis, knowledge extraction, and visualization for decision-making and value creation.

Today, many companies are seeking to recruit talent capable of mastering and making sense of massive data. These "golden profiles" are both rare and highly sought after. 

By undertaking the "Big Data: analysis, management, and responsible use" course, you will be trained in the scientific, technological, and managerial skills at the heart of roles such as Data Scientist, Chief Data Officer, or Data Architect.

The Specialized Master's degree in "Big Data: analysis, management, and responsible use" aims to meet the ever-increasing needs of companies by training future executives who are:

  • Quickly operational in big data missions, thanks to the acquisition of fundamentals, case studies, and hands-on experience with concrete problems. 
  • Responsible, thanks to an understanding of the ethical, privacy, and sustainable development issues facing international businesses and society today. 
  • Equipped with scientific and technical skills to master massive amounts of data, enabling them to analyze and extract knowledge to inform strategic and marketing decisions and create innovative services. 
  • Capable of helping organizations derive value from massive data: product innovation, process innovation, marketing innovation, new business models, etc.


 

Accreditations

Updated 3/21/2024