The graduates of the Altervilles master degree can pursue a career in the following sectors:
- Urban public administration: forecasting, urban planning, socio-economic development, urban-service management, regional marketing, cultural policy-making, sustainable development, intercommunal and metropolitan cooperation, and international urban politics.
- Urban production and management companies: urban services, property development, engineering, evaluations and diagnostics, economic development and consulting.
- Associative structures: participation, decentralized cooperation, social and community development, social economy and solidarity.
The targeted professions are those pertaining to diagnostics, policy design, consulting and urban management: cabinet members of elected officials, research managers, project leaders, operations managers, development managers, district managers, consultants, local development organizers, etc.