Analytical Engineering 5th year specialization curriculumControl analytical data to ensure risk management

Ingénierie analytique

By covering the domains of health, environment, food industry and chemistry, this specialization curriculum introduces to the trainees methodologies of analysis that allow facing the wide range of analytical issues. The training permits to access the mastery of the laboratory analytical main techniques, to initiate the sampling theory and its involvement in analysis process and to approach the industrial on line control process. Experienced in the management of integrated systems (quality, safety and environment) and including regulation, quality assurance, recovery and data management, AE specialisation brings complementarities of competence for an immediate integration of the engineers into the professional sectors including laboratory and manufacturing.


To have basic knowledge in process engineering, materials and chemistry.


  • Design, make/manage, understand an analytical process.
  • Design and control process monitoring.
  • Estimate the impact of the analytical and methodological choices on the results.
  • Make fitted samplings.
  • Develop and optimise methods that observe the regulations.
  • Choose, arbitrate the technological choices for the equipment, methods and statistics.
  • Manage a scientific team.
  • Arbitrate and grant the human, financial and technical resources to the different projects.
  • Work in a team and in a network.
  • Communicate with the clients.
  • Estimate the cost of studies or projects.
  • Estimate and improve a quality system.
  • Master data processing, analysis and management.
  • Manage equipment fleets.




Academic unit (UE)



UE1. Engineer's job

Internship of 2nd Year


Physical education


UE2. Occupational risk assessment

Occupational Risk Assessment in a company

Risk assessment methodology

Causal tree method


UE3. Management systems

Quality management system

Environment management system

Safety management system


UE4. Analytical technologies

Instrumental techniques of Analysis and Characterization

In-line analysers

Chemical and biochemical sensors


UE5. Management and Analysis of Data

Statistical analysis of Data

Data mining

Data validation

Computer tools


UE6. Methodologies and Quality assurance

Analysis methodology

Sampling methodology

Quality Assurance (ISO 17025), ICH Guidelines

Experimental approaches (practical class), Conferences




Academic unit (UE)



UE1. Business Engineering

Accounting analysis and Business administration

Knowledge and Strategy of Companies

Management of employees

Business intelligence

Career plans

Industrial properties


UE2. Global Project

Global Project


UE3. Internship

Industrial internship


Syllabus (in French)

    Job opportunities

    Line of business

    • Manufacturing industry:
      • Agricultural and food-processing industries, textile and chemical industries,
      • Pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries,
      • Rubber and plastic industries,
      • Machines and equipment manufacturing (scientific, technical, control);
    • Extraction industry: mines, metalworking industry, refining;
    • Production and distribution of electricity, gas and water;
    • Collect and waste water treatment;
    • Social and personal utilities (police, DGCCRF...);
    • Quality control, technical analysis, audit and expertise activities;
    • Marketing;
    • Engineering and technical studies;
    • Research and Development;
    • Education, research.

    Contact Toulouse INP-ENSIACET

    L'école de la transformation de la matière et de l'énergie

    4, allée Emile Monso - CS 44362
    31030 TOULOUSE Cedex 4, France

    +33 (0)5 34 32 33 00