The Master’s degree in Interacting Complex Systems (MICS) forms an integral part of the laboratory of excellence (Labex) "Control of System of Systems" education program.
MICS issues a national Master’s degree fully accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education (spring 2012).
The objectives of the MSCI program are to provide future managers with excellent scientific and technological expertise to study, simulate and design of innovative Interacting Complex-Systems through a multidisciplinary system of systems approach.
The MICS is organized into 4 semesters spread over two years.
Students having obtained a 180 ECTS Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent) can apply to the M1 level. Students having already completed a course at Master’s level in the areas of specialization covered by MISC can access the M2 level directly.

The MICS offers three areas of specialization:

1. Information Technology for Autonomous Systems in Cooperation (TIS)

2. Biomechanics and bioengineering (BMI)

3. Mechatronic systems and advanced mechanics (SMA)