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The aim is to train technicians able to analyze and understand the settlements and territorial structures in interdisciplinary terms and to work on them through the conscious application of the planning tools with the degree of competence commensurate with the three-year degree.The objectives of the training course are pursued through laboratory experiences and basic and specialized monodisciplinary courses. Traineeships at local authorities and professional qualifications in the suitably selected sector and the degree thesis on project research topics complete the study program and the training course.
The graduate in Planning the City of the Territory and Landscape, in accordance with the current regulations regulating the professions of the three year graduates (DPR 328/01), can carry out professional activities by carrying out analyzes of urban, territorial and environmental structures; Concorrere and collaborate with entes and professional studies to the elaboración of records of planning, programming, management and evaluation; To contribute to the definition of strategies of administrations, institutions and businesses with reference to the recovery, valorisation and transformation of cities, territory and the environment.The Degree in Planning the City of Landscape and Landscape allows access to the Master's Degrees in Planning and Design of the City and the Territory and Landscape Architecture (+ 2) and completing the professional skills.The occupational and professional outlets for graduates of the City Planning and Landscape Planning Course are the local government authorities (Regions, Provinces and Municipalities) and professional studios, centers and agencies providing services Analysis, planning and management of the territory and related services in all its aspects, with particular reference to the territorial information systems. After the State Examination, graduates in the field earned the title of "Junior Planner" and can enroll in the Professional List of Architects, Planners, Landscapists and Conservatives Section B and carry out their profession in the jurisdictions provided by law.The Degree in Planning the City of Landscape and Landscape allows access to the Master's Degrees in Planning and Design of the City and the Territory and Landscape Architecture (+ 2) in continuous training to acquire skills and career prospects of the most advanced type..
To be admitted to the Bachelor's Degree you must have a Diploma of Secondary High School. Admission to the Bachelor Degree is however subject to a test of access to verify the basic culture and adequacy of the student's personal training that, without hindering the enrollment, allows to identify any training debts to be recovered.The admission test consists of a series of multiple-choice questions and is normally done in the first decade of September.
ARTICULATION OF THE COURSE
The course of study is divided into three years and six semesters with the progress of studies from basic formation (representation and design, mathematics, topography, ...) to the characterizing one (urban and territorial analysis, ecology, economics, sociology, information systems Territorial, ...) and the most closely related to planning and design disciplines in the field of study.The didactics are divided into monodisciplinary courses, workshops and internships. The laboratories develop theoretical and applied teaching and are articulated in order to address the issues of the course year and the progression of the training course. Internships at local authorities and professional qualifications in the suitably selected field and the degree thesis on project research topics complete the training course aimed at continuing the studies or the profession.
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The study plan includes 12 CFUs chosen independently by the student.
The study plan also provides for a professional internship or internship for 6 CFUs to be completed at the 3rd year of the course.
The degree program adheres to student mobility programs recognized by European Union universities and other programs at any level of study. It is a condition for the recognition of credits abroad that the student submits a project containing the subjects attended, the programs of the same and the methods of verifying the acquired knowledge.They are recognized as study activities abroad:
- The passing of appropriately documented profit examinations, possibly supplemented by supplementary evidence;
- The training activities related to the preparation of the final exam for obtaining the qualification, with the assistance of a foreign teacher as a co-ordinator.
The I year
Foundations of Geology and Geomorphology, Mathematics Institutions for Urban Planning Applications, Land and Landscape City Representation, Pedology and Land Surveying, Fundamentals of General Ecology and Landscape, Urban and Environmental Law, Urban Analysis Laboratory And territorial.
The II year
Territorial Information Systems Applications, Topography and Cartography Fundamentals, Economics, Urban History, Planning and Landscape Design, Urban Planning Workshop.
The III year
Urban Planning, Water and Waste Management, Infrastructure Planning, Urban Sociology, Territorial Planning Laboratory.
The attendance rate is obligatory in the teaching laboratories at least 75% of the lessons, in addition to what is set out in Art. 3.The frequency is free, although recommended for the Disciplinary Courses.Laboratories and courses must complete the training activities and related exercises by the end of the reference semester by providing the conditions for the student to undertake the examination by the end of the semester. The revisions of the works are guaranteed by the teachers who are teaching in the course of a one-tier, integrated or laboratory course until the end of the academic year.The first year of the first year of teaching is the preparatory workshop for the second year of the course. The second year of the second year of teaching is the preparatory workshop for the third year of the course.The frequency of the recovery event (s) referred to in art. 3 xxxxx is a propedeutic for the courses 'Mathematical Institutions and Applications for Urban Planning', 'Application of Local Territorial Information Systems' and First Year Curriculum.
ARTICULATION OF FORMATIVE ACTIVITIES AND EVENT CURRICULA
The course lasts 3 years. The student's normal activity corresponds to the achievement of 60 university degree credits (CFU) per year. However, the student who has obtained 180 CFUs fulfilling all the requirements of the teaching structure may obtain the qualification even before the three-year deadline.The training curriculum is organized on the basis of a distinction between two forms of didactic offerings: monodisciplinary or integrated courses and laboratory didactics; Didactic laboratories are a form of interactive teaching, to be performed in well-equipped, multidisciplinary classrooms; The training profile provides an educational laboratory for each year of the course. Monodisciplinary courses (from 6 to 9 credits each) are vice versa of a more traditional type and are intended to provide a relatively autonomous picture of the chosen discipline.The course does not include a curriculum articulation.The Documentation for Educational Programming will indicate each year the teachings activated and theSubdivision of the same among the various years of course.Where appropriate, the Board of Trustees may apply for the assignment of lessons from courses belonging to different classes according to the procedures set out in the University Regulations.Within the same class, the borrowing between teaching courses belonging to different study courses takes place without resorting to the procedure referred to in the preceding paragraph, except for the principle that for too many courses the Laue Course Council may apply to the Council Of the faculty the doubling according to the didactic regulations of the University.Without prejudice to the right of self-choice by the student in this type of training activity, each year the Bachelor's Degree in the Documentation for Educational Program will each year indicate the interdisciplinary workshops proposed as a student's chosen educational activity.
TYPE OF DIFFICULTY FORMS, EVEN DISTINGUISHING, EXAMINATION AND OTHER PROFIT VERIFICATION
Disciplinary Courses and Integrated Courses will be organized into lessons, exercises, seminars, guided tours, individual or group study assisted for the full acquisition of basic knowledge in disciplinary areas. The semester lab is the didactic method characterizing the design courses of the degree course. The lab allows for a more balanced teaching / student relationship, to develop more effective teaching and to encourage the regularity of the course. Laboratories will develop, in addition to lessons, exercises, seminars, guided tours, individual or group study, assisted design, growing planning difficulties and various intervention stages, while simultaneously addressing theoretical and operational aspects.
The conversion into credits takes place according to the following formula: 1 credit = 8 hours in classroomWhich includes at least 1 hour for exercises (both in courses and in laboratories, the verification of the profit is carried out through a final exam.) The ways in which the expected learning outcomes are verified consist of the evaluation of elaborate written, graphic, cartographic and individual computing / O group, aiming to detect the effectiveness of learning processes, carried out in a concerted and planned manner, profit-examinations aimed at assessing and quantifying with a vote the achievement of the overall objectives of the courses, which certify the degree of individual preparation Of the students and may take into account any formative evaluations carried out in the course.Further details regarding the type of study, the methods of verification, together with the criteria for admission to the following years, will be specified year by year in the Yearly Study Program of the Study Course. Specifically for each module, the document will specify the exact denomination in accordance with the scientific-disciplinary field indicated.The degree program is divided into 14 integrated examinations and courses, 3 teaching workshops and 12 credits for the student's free choice
Throughout the university course, the student's knowledge will be verified through written and oral exams.
In order to be admitted to the final exam, all credits must be earned in the training activities envisaged in the study plan (180 credits less than those for the final exam). The final exam for the title is the discussion - in front of a commission appointed by the course - of a design theme agreed with a professor of one of the disciplines of the degree course. This final exam is awarded 9 credits, to which 3 credits for the language test are added. The language test is held at the University Linguistic Center
ACCESS TO NEXT STUDIES
Master I livel; Master's degree.