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  • Selective training 3 years - 180 ECTS
  • National registration fees : 170€*
  • Location : Digne-les-Bains
  • International mobility
  • Customized course
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The Administrative and Commercial Management of Organisations -(GACO) BUT reconciles commercial and management studies by integrating the issues of social and environmental responsibility (CSR), and sustainable development in the business world;The course is based on the study of business and management, integrating the issues of social and environmental responsibility (SER) and sustainable development in the business world, encouraging the emergence of new profiles of business creators and managers adapted to the professional challenges of today and tomorrow.

Students receive a multi-faceted training in management, accounting, commerce, marketing, sales, organisation, management, communication, human resources, but also in business creation and responsible entrepreneurship. The participation of professionals in the training is an undeniable asset.

Through a transversal approach to the business world, the BUT GACO allows students to:

    • understand the business environment (economy, law, sustainable development)
    • understand the tools of management (financial analysis, management control, management, HRM, logistics), commerce (marketing, sales, purchasing, negotiation) and written and oral communication

The following pathway is proposed from the 2nd year onwards:

The following pathway is proposed from the 2nd year onwards

    • Project management and entrepreneurship
BUT GACO
  • How are the studies organized?

    The GACO University Bachelor of Technology course in Project and Organisation Management takes place over 3 academic years.

    The students have lectures (60 students), tutorials (30 students), and practical work (15 students) over 6 semesters. They do internships in companies for a duration of 13 weeks. The alternation is proposed in the 3rd year. The evaluation is done by continuous assessment (no final exam). It is possible to do a semester in Scotland or Canada. Internships abroad are encouraged.

    The department promotes innovative learning using serious games and collective intelligence group work.

  • Internships, work-study and supervised projects

    Students complete internships in companies for a total duration of at least 13 weeks.

    Internships abroad are encouraged.

  • International mobility

    The department offers students the opportunity to study for a semester in Scotland or Canada.

  • Certifications

    Certifications:

    • Pix
    • Voltaire
    • TOEIC

Project and Organization Manager course

  • Objectives of the pathway

    The Bachelor Administrative and Commercial Management of Organisations is a versatile training in management, accounting, commerce, marketing, sales, organisation, management, communication and human resources with an opening onto business creation and responsible entrepreneurship. Numerous partnerships bring openness and dynamism to the Digne-les-Bains GACO department.
     

    At Digne-les-Bains, the Project and Organisation Management course  is offered: this course combines business and management studies. It integrates the issues of social and environmental responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development in the business world.

    The course is designed to be a cross-disciplinary approach to the management of projects and organisations.

    Through a transversal approach to the business world, the BUT GACO enables students to:

      • understand the business environment (economy, law, sustainable development)
      • understand the tools of management (financial analysis, management control, management, HRM, logistics), commerce (marketing, sales, purchasing, negotiation) and written and oral communication

    The GACO Department promotes innovative learning mobilising serious games such as group work in collective intelligence.

  • Skills

    This training provides the following skills:

    • managing an internal or external project,
    • participate in the internal steering of the organisation,
    • conceive the marketing strategy,
    • accompanying an organisation in its social and environmental responsibility process,
    • undertaking in the context of a takeover or the creation of an organisation
  • Materials

  • Trades

  • Further studies

    • Business School, Management School
    • IAE
    • University master's degree
    • Continuing studies abroad

Profile of the candidates

  • General baccalaureate holders specialised courses: History, geography, politics and political science - Languages, literature and foreign cultures - Mathematics - Economic and social sciences.
  • Titulars of the baccalaureate of technological way STMG
  • Students in reorientation are strongly encouraged
  • The beneficiaries of a VAE

The selection is made on the basis of the academic record of the first and last years of secondary school (grades and teachers' appraisals).

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CONTACTS

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Beatrice
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CHAUVIN
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Head of Department
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Pierre
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AUSSAGUEL
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Teacher
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Caroline
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BOLGER
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Teacher Researcher
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Julien
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MAISONNASSE
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Isabelle
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MANIEZ
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Director of Studies 1st year
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Dominique
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ROUANET
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Director of Studies 2nd year
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Jocelyne
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MARCEL-ROUX
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Pedagogical secretary
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Dominique
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POURCHIER
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NEWS

  • Assembly of GACO department heads in Digne
    ACD GACO 2022

    Assembly of GACO department heads in Digne

    The GACO department heads met from June 8 to 10, 2022 in Digne and Monclar for their annual meeting invited by Béatrice Chauvin, head of the GACO DIGNE department, and her team.
  • Carnival in the GACO department

    Carnival in the GACO department

    Four first year GACO students, Marion, Lamiss, Camille and Mariette, organized a Carnival on Thursday March 24. Sixty students took part in the parade to win prizes, in partnership with local merchant […]

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