Logo ENSG réduit

Digital in the heart
of the territories

Logo facebook Logo twitter Logo linkedIn FR

contact

Academic Programs (M2 DDMEG)

The DDMEG Master 2 is a professional and multidisciplinary training for lawyers, economists, geographers and engineers, the professional master’s degree in Sustainable Development, Environmental Management and Geomatics aimed at completing the initial training of students through a cross-cutting approach to sustainable development issues. It is co-organized by the UFR of public law, economics and geography of the University Paris 1, and cohabilated with the National School of Geographical Sciences of Marne-la-Vallée. For more informations regarding admissions please visit the following website: http://www.pantheonsorbonne.fr/formations/sinscrire-a-paris-1/.

As a multidisciplinary field, the DDMEG professional master’s degree focuses on professionalization through collective workshops to respond to real professional orders, and then to an individual six-month internship. 40% of the courses are taught by professionals.

The social demand for environmental professionals with legal, territorial and economic skills is growing in both the public and private sectors. Today, environmental problems are social problems that are no longer just natural sciences. Thinking about the environment and acting on this environment require to confront these naturalistic approaches with territorial, economic and legal approaches, based on geomatics, according to a global approach taught theoretically and practically in the master.

Training

The schooling of the DDMEG master is about 13 months (from September to September), including:

  • a theoretical and practical training in the premises of the ENSG (geomatic technique) then Paris 1 (lectures in economics, law, environmental geography and professional workshops in groups), a period of 7 months (September to March);
  • a professional internship in a company, for a period of approximately 6 months (April to September).

Contact
For further information: contact the information service of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University (fr).

Updated the 4 December 2018