ESSEC Executive Master in Digital Transformation
Lead the Digital Transformation of your organisation
100% in English
Degree (RNCP level 7)
BAC+5 / 90 ECTS credits
Today managers and leaders evolve in a world that is both global and digital. Taught in English and 100% online our Executive Master will meet the highest expectations.
For those who want to gain complete set of skills in Digital Transformation and Management to boost or change their career with a diploma of a pioneering management school.
ESSEC Business School offers you a graduate programme that is 100% online, taught in English and 100% flexible in order to fulfill the highest requirements and expectations.
- 100% online lectures
- Teamwork (top-level peer learning)
- Individual academic coach
Follow-up & evaluation
- Evaluation & feedback
- Video projects
- Thesis and Oral examination
- Activity files & materials
English: minimum TOEIC SCORE 785 or B2 on the Common European Framework of reference
Candidates must have BAC+4 (Master 1 degree or equivalent) / 3 years of professional experience
Candidates must have some notions of digital technologies.
Julien Malaurent is currently Associate Professor in the IDS department, and serves as Academic Director for the (online) Executive Master in Digital Transformation. He is also in charge, jointly with Prof. Guillaume Chevillon, of the Metalab.
Julien’s research projects are based on qualitative approaches (case study and action research), and address issues related to the work practices of users embedded in multi-cultural context, digital ubiquity, digital transformation at both the organizational and societal levels. In terms of methodology and epistemology, Julien’s research projects stress the importance of reflexivity toward the use of theoretical framework and interpretation empirical datasets.
Thomas Kude is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at ESSEC Business School. In his research, he is interested in the development and application of information systems at various levels of analysis.
His recent research has primarily focused on digital innovation produced by collectives of organizations and individuals. For example, he has studied the governance and evolution of digital platforms and ecosystems in different domains, including enterprise software and mobile apps. He has also studied collaboration in teams, in particular software development teams.
His work has appeared or is forthcoming in various IS journals including MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, and Information Systems Journal.
Associate professor in the Management Department of ESSEC Business School, Sen Chai studies the entire developmental course of creative innovations from idea conception to commercialization, with the goal of helping managers and policymakers avoid failures, better support innovation and increase their organization’s chances of creating and financing commercially successful ideas.
Ph.D in Law. Dr Hugues Bouthinon-Dumas is an associate professor in ESSEC’s Public and Private Policy department. His research topics cover fields such as company law, corporate governance and regulation of markets.
Ph.D. In Econometrics, CORE, Universite Catholique de Louvain. Currently CORE research associate and Elected Member of the International Statistical Institute. Joined ESSEC in 2013 and formerly professor at HEC Montreal (2004-2012).
Professor Jeroen VK Rombouts joined ESSEC Business School in January 2013. He combines rich data sets with statistical tools to answer financial questions. His research outcomes are published in international peer reviewed journals. He teaches courses of Basic Statistics and Econometrics in the Master and PhD programs. He has been Visiting Scholar at several universities (University of Pittsburg, Tilburg University, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Aarhus University (CREATES) and CORE as a research associate among others). He is an expert consultant in financial econometrics and macro-economic forecasting. Prior to joining ESSEC Business School, Jeroen was Associate Professor at HEC Montreal (2004-2012)
Business Strategy and Change Management Consultant
Entrepreneur, Researcher at ESSEC Change Management department
After many experiences as IT project manager, David Autissier became Professor at the University of Paris XII in 1998. He received a PhD in Management from Panthéon-Sorbonne University.
Expert in Change Management, he worked for many major companies helping them to build their change strategy. David Autissier is teaching management and change management at ESSEC Business School and his academic work concentrates on fostering the capabilities that influence a company’s ability to change.
Study at your own pace and in total flexibility:
Earn an Executive Master Degree (RNCP level 7 / BAC+5) and 90 ECTS credits. Based on a modular approach, the programme is composed of 7 modules: 4 certificates on digital transformation topics, 2 fundamental modules on management and 1 master thesis. Combine them into your own pattern and study at your own pace from anywhere in the world.
Choose any 4 certificates (32 ECTS credits) out of the 6 available and start the programme on any intake date.
• Big Data & Artificial Intelligence for Business
• Design Thinking & Agile Methods
• Digital Business Models – from Design to Responsible Governance
• Driving Digital Change – People & Processes
• Leading with Data-Driven Strategies & Analytics
Follow the essential modules on Management and Strategy (28 ECTS credits).
• People & Performance Management
• Adopt a 360° Vision of the Organisation
Throughout the course you need to complete a Master Thesis (30 ECTS credits).
• Write the Master thesis during the programme
• Defend your thesis (oral examination)
Perfect for those who want to boost or change their career with a diploma from a pioneering management school.
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100% in English
€19,900 excl. tax
Degree (RNCP level 7)
BAC+5 / 90 ECTS credits