It will be a part of the "Innovation & Digital Transformation" Masters degree, which combines digital humanities, technological culture and design, which making it unique. Strate’s students will be able to obtain a Degree from Sciences Po by studying an additional a year, as it is already the case with the double diploma in partnership with Grenoble Business School. This new degree combines essential courses and practical workshops to develop the students’ skills.
Sciences Po will offer courses in sociology of innovation, data sciences, web sciences and technological culture.
The teachers of the Master of Innovation & Digital Transformation are selected from among digital and innovation specialists: Dominique Boullier, a sociologist specializing in digital uses and cognitive technologies, Camille Roth, Associate Professor at Medalab at Sciences Po, Daniel Kaplan, Fing's co-founder, Michaël Dandrieux, sociologist of the imagination, founder of Eranos, Guillaume Cartigny, Creative Technologist at Publicis Consulting ...
This partnership between Sciences Po and Strate School of Design in Paris is an extraordinary positive sign.
Through this double diploma both schools will train outstanding professionals that the world needs: men and women placing men at the heart of their concern, and capable of taking human organizations along these paths.
Benoit Thieulin, co-dean of the School of Management and Innovation at Sciences Po, says: " Design is a tremendous lever for transforming the world. By making possible the contribution of human and social sciences to Design methodologies, this partnership with Strate offers our students a unique training to better meet the challenges of digital transformation. "
It is the first time that an Institute of Political Studies partnered so closely with a Design School to train professionals.
To us, it doesn’t come as a surprise: we think that our school is an institute of political study, literally, that sums up very well our motto: "To make the world + simple + fair + beautiful".
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