ECAM Engineering Program
Combined Bachelor's / Master's Degree
Semestre 3
TEACHING UNIT ECTS TEACHING UNIT COMPONENT Content TEACHING HOURS
Electrical Engineering 1 30 Electricity 3

Single-phase power network, three-phase power network, the electrical ntework from power plan to BT distribution, BT electrical devices, the BT installation device, transformers

Lectures : 8h00
Tutorials : 8h00
Lab Work : 6h00
Electronics 1

Logic families and package types, Introduction to State Machine Design for Synchronous circuits, Design and simulation of examples using CPLD/FPGA Design Software (XILINX/ALTERA)

Lectures : 16h00
Tutorials : 16h00
Lab Work : 14h00
Humanities 3 4 Communication in English 3

Module 1 written communication in English
Students will be able to:
? Write a technical article or an article summary with minimal grammar or syntax errors
? Read, understand and discuss engineering or scientific papers
? Develop their own writing style
Module 2 Oral communication in English
Students will be able to:
? Use voice and gestures appropriately when speaking in public
? Listen to, understand and question a technical presentation
? Research & deliver an effective, attractive and professional team presentation without reading
? Actively debate complex issues linked to geopolitics, cutting edge scientific developments etc.
Module 3 Professionalisation
Students will be able to:
? Understand basic financial and marketing strategies and discuss
? Work in teams to solve simple business problems
? Identify qualities and roles of different people within the company
? Gain an understanding of different types of skills and behaviours to be developed
? Participate in professional meetings – asking for and giving opinions, defending an argument, interrupting

Tutorials : 24h00
Foreign language 2-3

- A1/2 : daily life / society / culture
- B1/2 : analysing cultural events / scientific awareness / discovering the world of work
- C1/2 : geopolitics / scientific culture / getting deeper into the world of work

Tutorials : 18h00
FLE Advanced 3

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 30h00
FLE Beginner 3

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 90h00
FLE intermediate 3

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 60h00
MOOC Francophonie

The Founding Fathers and Linguistics bases of Francophonie.
The Francophonie's geopolotical situation.
History of the Francophonie.
Who does what in Francophonie sphere.
What does the future hold for the Francophonie

Lectures : 1h00
Project : 14h00
Personal Development 2

1) MBTI questionnaire, discussions and role plays (5 hours)
2) Feedback in teams : learning to give and receive feedback exercise
3) Discovering softskill requirements in business Today: using the NASA softskill competency model, selfscoring and peer feedback on concrete examples.
4) Designing your future: CAN do, FIT, WILL do.
Identifying key skills one has and confronting them to jobs

Tutorials : 12h00
Sports 1

Mathematics & Computer Science 3 30 Databases

Introduction to Relational database
Models of database systems
Theory of database systems
Implementation of database systems

Tutorials : 18h00
Mathematics 3

Gaussian Elimination, Complete solving of Ax=b
Fundamental Vector Spaces and Linear transformations.
Orthogonality, Gram Schmidt; Least Squares
Diagonalisation
Positive Definite Matrices, quadratic forms
Singular Value Decomposition.

Lectures : 25h00
Tutorials : 22h00
Mechanical Engineering 1 30 Energy Systems 1

Lecture 1: Review of basics (the mathematics of Lines, surfaces and volumes; Scalars and Vectors; Vector math/calculus), Physical properties of fluids, Forces due to Static Fluids, Pressure, Manometers.
Lecture 2: Forces on submerged surfaces, Buoyancy and stability of floating objects.
Lecture 3: Fluid flow (Lagrangian and Eulerian Descriptions), Newtonian Fluids, Navier-Stokes Equation, Euler's equation of motion. Steady flow energy equation, Bernouilli equation
Lecture 4: Dimensionless analysis and application
Lecture 5: Reynolds Number, Laminar Flow and Turbulent Flow, Entrance region, Analytical solutions
Lecture 6: Energy Losses due to friction, Minor Losses, The Moody Chart and Darcy friction factor, Pipe network, Pumps
Lecture 7: Drag of immersed bodies, Skin friction, Form drag, Variation of drag coefficient with Reynold's number

Lectures : 9h00
Tutorials : 6h00
Lab Work : 6h00
Processes 2

Realisation / assembly drawing including mech. Linkage & power transmission solutions
• Introduction of manufacturing engineering
• Cutting parameters
• Turning: operations related to turning, recommended tooling and insert shape
• Milling: types of milling operations, milling machines
• Drilling and related operations
• Engineering metrology and instrumentation
• Computer numerical control machining (CNC)

Lab Work : 8h00
Solid and Structures 1

elastic behaviour: stress, strain and their relation for an homogeneous isotropic material, Young's modulus of elasticity, shear modulus and Poisson's ratio
Properties of sections (A and I), axial, torsional and bending loads.

Lectures : 12h00
Tutorials : 10h00
Lab Work : 6h00
Technical drawing and design 3

Specification of sequence in which features are to be machined, costs

Lectures : 24h00
Tutorials : 24h00
Transversal Projects 3 30 Multidisciplinary Project 1

Teams of 3 students.

Mechanical Design:
- using the CREO CAD software, create the parts starting from the real & sectioned prototype by measuring dimensions using adapted measurement tools (metrology)
- Create the subassemblies
- Create the final assembly using the necessary dynamic joints.
- Create the assembly drawing draft with nomenclature. Represent at least one section to allow the visualization of the mechanism.
- Represent in the assembly drawing two main necessary fittings and the functional conditions required in the mechanism.
- Using CREO mechanism: run the simulation using the calculated data

Electronics:
- Sensors characterization (reading and interpreting the specifications of mode of operation).
- Arduino Code development
- Prototyping
- Project demonstration with creation of a video

Tutorials : 6h00
Project : 30h00
Sustainable Development 3

Lectures : 3h00
Project : 30h00
Systemic Design 3

The topics addressed revolve around the product lifecycle and concern four main themes:
• Historical evolution and principles of the Sustainable Development
• Design strategies to enhance the environmental sustainability of products, services, and systems
• Environmental issues and challenges within the different steps of a product lifecycle, from production to transportation, to use, to disposal. The role of Design is investigated from the perspective of participatory planning and shared responsibility.
• Communicate the environmental sustainability of products and design a sustainable communication.
Upon completion of the theoretical training, the course includes a practical activity where students can apply the design strategies and principles of Sustainable Design to analyse an existing design case study.

Lectures : 30h00
Semestre 3 30 Pied de interne 3 Pied de interne 4 Pied de interne 5
Semester 4 (January - June)
TEACHING UNIT ECTS TEACHING UNIT COMPONENT Content TEACHING HOURS
Electrical Engineering 2 30 Automation 1

-Boolean algebra, numeration, key logic functions.
-Combinatory logic, POS, SOP forms, Karnaugh mapping. Reduction
-Digital functions such as coders – multiplexers, EPLD, etc.
-Sequential logic (flip-flops, latches, counters, clocks, RAM, ROM, Flash).
-Microcontroller (Arduino environment)
-Technologies

Lectures : 12h00
Tutorials : 12h00
Lab Work : 9h00
Electronics 2

Introduction to key components semi-conductor based ; diodes, Bipolar and FET transistors, operational amplifiers, thyristors and IGBT ;
Basic circuit design for linear and non linear applications (rectifier, inductive load).

Lectures : 24h00
Tutorials : 16h00
Lab Work : 3h00
Fundamental Sciences 1 30 Mathematics 4

0- Systems of differential equations
1- Improper integral
2- Function series, power series
3- Conic sections
4- Functions of several variables and optimization
5- Multiple integrals

Lectures : 24h00
Tutorials : 20h00
Simulations and Numerical calculations

Introduction to numerical simulation and scientific computing, mathematical formulation
Classical numerical methods (discretization, Bisection method, Newton's method, Euler's method, Gaussian elimination, curve fitting, numerical integration, numerical differentiation, finite elements)
Applications using Matlab.

Tutorials : 20h00
Humanities 4 5 Communciation in English 4

Module 1 written communication in English
Students will be able to:
? Write a technical article or an article summary with minimal grammar or syntax errors
? Read, understand and discuss engineering or scientific papers
? Develop their own writing style
Module 2 Oral communication in English
Students will be able to:
? Use voice and gestures appropriately when speaking in public
? Listen to, understand and question a technical presentation
? Research & deliver an effective, attractive and professional team presentation without reading
? Actively debate complex issues linked to geopolitics, cutting edge scientific developments etc.
Module 3 Professionalisation
Students will be able to:
? Understand basic financial and marketing strategies and discuss
? Work in teams to solve simple business problems
? Identify qualities and roles of different people within the company
? Gain an understanding of different types of skills and behaviours to be developed
? Participate in professional meetings – asking for and giving opinions, defending an argument, interrupting

Tutorials : 24h00
Dance 4

Foreign Language 2-4

- A1/2 : daily life / society / culture
- B1/2 : analysing cultural events / scientific awareness / discovering the world of work
- C1/2 : geopolitics / scientific culture / getting deeper into the world of work

Tutorials : 18h00
FLE Advanced 4

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 30h00
FLE Beginner 4

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 90h00
FLE intermediate 4

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 60h00
Humanitarian Project-Methodology

- project management (basic tools)
- specificity of the humanitarian sector

Tutorials : 6h00
Personal Project 4

Social commitment and responsibility

Lectures : 2h00
Physical Education 4

Tutorials : 30h00
Theater 4

Mechanical Engineering 2 30 Materials 1

Classes of materials, elastic properties of isotropic materials, real crystals and crystalline defects, plasticity in crystalline solids, relationship between mechanical properties and microstucture. Physical, chemical and thermal properties of materials. Materials selection for mechanical design and other applications.

Lectures : 18h00
Tutorials : 14h00
Lab Work : 9h00
Solid and Structures 2

Simplifications allowing transfer from the theory of elasticity to beam theory, linear calculation hypotheses, stress and displacement Calculation methods used with beam structures (tension, compression, bending, shearing and torsion), problem-solving methods for simple statically determinate and indeterminate problems, introduction to nonlinearities and materials

Lectures : 16h00
Tutorials : 16h00
Lab Work : 9h00
Processes 3

CAM approach learning, study of the influence of machining dispersions on manufacturing dimensions, adjustment setting techniques of numerical control tool machines.
• Introduction of manufacturing engineering
• Cutting parameters
• Turning: operations related to turning, recommended tooling and insert shape
• Milling: types of milling operations, milling machines
• Drilling and related operations
• Engineering metrology and instrumentation
• Computer numerical control machining (CNC)

Lab Work : 6h00
Technical drawing and design 4

Realisation, assembly drawing including mech. Linkage & power transmission solutions

Lectures : 12h00
Tutorials : 12h00
Transversal Projects 4 30 Multidisciplinary Project 2

Tutorials : 6h00
Project : 30h00
Entrepreneurship Project 1

After completion of the full module (3 semesters) students will have developped Advanced knowledge on:
- how to assess business opportunities and what characterize successes and failures
- key processes necessary to bring new products and services to market
- an understanding of scientific research methods and theories relevant for the field

Students will also aquire the following skills:
- ability to carry out scientific research in the field of entrepreneurship
- ability to plan, organize, and execute a project or new venture with the goal of bringing new products and service to the market
- ability to write scientific reports and communicate the results in a professional manner

Tutorials : 15h00
Project : 30h00
Sustainable Development 4

Tutorials : 6h00
Project : 30h00
Semester 4 30 Pied de interne 3 Pied de interne 4 Pied de interne 5