EMP engineering education is based on a repository of evolving knowledge and know-how, taking into account scientific and technological advances. It aims to provide students with the necessary skills and competencies, allowing them to practice their engineering profession in different situations. To do this, the EMP education program is based on three major components:
Solid scientific and technical education:
It constitutes the core of the education curriculum. Delivered according to a principle going from the fundamental to the applied, its objective is to provide the engineer student with methods and tools for analysis and synthesis of technological systems.
Formation in languages and human sciences:
It aims at mastering languages, communication tools, methods of analyzing the various phenomena that characterize human society and the acquisition of knowledge in management and general culture, allowing future engineers the perception and understanding of the modern world.
Practical education in professional environment:
Two internships in a professional environment are planned in the first and third years of course of study. They aim to introduce the student to the life within a companyand to give him a professional experience. Study visits to industrial or R&D sites are regularly scheduled during the curriculum to allow the student to have a concrete idea about the actual operation of an industrial process.
Profile of EMP engineering education
The engineering education of the Polytechnic Military School prepares students to practice the engineering profession in all its dimensions, while privileging the profile of engineer of study, design and development.
Conditions of admission to engineering education
Admission to EMP is open to students from theNational Preparatory School for Engineering Studies (ENPEI).
Engineer education Curriculum
The duration of EMP engineer education is three (03) years. During the first year, students follow a core curriculum in one of the fields of their choice: Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Chemical Engineering. The next two years are devoted to specialization courses, which culminate in the completion of anend term project.
Scientific and technical education is organized in semesters of study.It is given in the form of lectures, where a large part is reserved for laboratory practical work and the realization of supervised projects,to give the students a practical know-how much appreciated in a professional environment.
The end term project is of particular importance to EMP. It is a work with strong educational value for the student-engineer. Indeed, it allows the student to progress from the knowledge assimilation stage to a mode of integration of knowledge and know-how. The aim is, among other things, to require him to do individual work requiring a bibliographic research, an application of the notions acquired during the course of study as well as the synthesis of a certain number of knowledge related to the fields of itsspecialty.
Fields of study
Mechanical Engineering: Aerodynamics, Propulsion, Materials Engineering, Design and Production, Solids and Structures.
Electrical Engineering: Microwaves and Radars, Telecommunications, Optoelectronic Systems, Signal Processing, Guidance Navigation and Control, Electromagnetic Actuators and DevicesPower Electronics and Electrical Drives.
Computer Science: Computer Networks and Security, Information Systems and Decision Support.
Chemistry Engineering: Elaboration and Physico-Chemistry of Materials, Energetic Processes.
Complementary education of Master
The School gives the opportunity to its engineering students to obtain in addition to the engineering degree, a master's degree in the same specialty, following, in parallel with the engineering curriculum, a 200 hoursadditional course of study, like other national engineering schools.
Sanction of studies
The cycle of graduate education is sanctioned at the end of the curriculum by obtaining anengineer diploma and a Master's degree in the same specialty after presentation before a jury of a memory of end-term engineering studies and a Master's thesis.