Master of Science Sustainable Impact Analysis (SIA)
The Master of Science Sustainable Impact Analysis (SIA) responds to a real need of companies and administrations for economic evaluation of investment projects. It combines the academic excellence of the degrees awarded by the École des Ponts ParisTech, ranked 4th among French engineering schools, with the innovative approach of the programs labeled by the Paris School of Economics, ranked 1st among European research centers in economics.
The courses, given in English in the form of core and field courses, are designed:
- to improve your theoretical and practical skills in economic calculation;
- to help you develop strategic investment actions towards sustainable performance, applicable to rapidly expanding sectors of activity: development, energy, environment, health, digital transformation.
As young professional or student holder of a bachelor’s degree in 4 years, a master’s degree 1 or a master’s degree 2 in economics, statistics or mathematics, or an engineering degree, you may want to learn how to answer current sustainability questions.
Why join the Master of Science SIA?
As a training of excellence in economics on impact assessment methods, the MSc SIA is a real added value in the international labour market. This master ensures a very high employability from its release.
This program is developed by high-level teacher-researchers or professionals, some of whom are qualified to lead research (HDR). The opportunity for you to benefit from their multidisciplinary expertise covering a very wide spectrum of sectors at the heart of the energy transition.
In order to complete your initial training, the MSc SIA also allows you to put your skills into practice through the Capstone Project and a 4-month internship.
Visit the dedicated webpages presenting the MSc SIA:
- Curriculum - A master’s degree that combines theory and practice
- Requirements and applications (from January 15th, 2024)
- Career Prospects
- Students’ feedback - Students’ Q&A - The 2023-2024 students
This program is funded by a French government subsidy managed by the Agence nationale de la recherche under the framework of the Investissements d’avenir programme reference ANR-17-EURE-0001.