Bachelor's Degree in Urban Development in Italy

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Urban Development

Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.

Officially known as the Italian Republic, the country is found in southern Europe. The official language is Italian and the cultural rich capital is Rome. Many of the world's oldest universities are located in Italy, in particular the University of Bologna (founded in 1088). There are three Superior Graduate Schools with "university status", three institutes with the status of Doctoral Colleges, which function at graduate and post-graduate level.

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The Degree Program In Landscape, Environment And Urban Greenery

Università degli Studi della Basilicata
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Matera

The three-year degree course is aimed at those interested in acquiring expertise, recognized in Europe, to be used at local, professional firms and institutions, public and private, involved in the planning and in all processes of sustainable transformation of the city and of the territory. [+]

Best Bachelors in Urban Development in Italy 2017. The three-year degree course is aimed at those interested in acquiring expertise, recognized in Europe, to be used at local, professional firms and institutions, public and private, involved in the planning and in all processes of sustainable transformation of the city and of the territory. educational goals The course of study is designed to provide: a basic preparation which enables the student to face the analysis, interpretation and representation of the landscape as a dynamic result of the relationship between man and environment, between nature and culture; as knowledge of environmental matrices (soil, air, water) and biodiversity that are necessary for the analysis, management and recovery of watersheds and natural ecosystems, rural and agro-urban; the ability to intervene in the design and management of green areas, parks, vegetable gardens and gardens, public and private, according to a regeneration of highly humanized urban environments; the basic skills of spatial planning and landscape techniques and skills in the use of information technologies for the processing and representation of territorial and environmental data; knowledge of legislation and policies for governing the landscape, as well as the valuation methods of the impacts (economic, social and environmental) exercised by the territorial transformation works. The educational activities The curriculum consists of a two-year common course in the third year differs in two curricula: Agronomist Junior and Junior Planner. The goal of the curriculum "Agronomist Junior" is to train a technician whose operating skills can be used in support of all phases ranging from nursery production to the design, management and maintenance of urban green spaces, the agricultural landscape and natural areas even in their faunal component. The goal of the curriculum "Junior Planner" is to form a technical able to deal, in the sustainable environment, the regional planning issues, the landscape rehabilitation and restoration and construction of urban open space projects. The achievement of 180 Credits (CFU) provided, including exams, laboratory work and internship, takes students to the attainment of the Bachelor's Degree in Landscape, Environment and Urban green. After graduating you can: support the State examination for the qualification to the profession of Agronomist Junior and Junior Planner, you will take to apply to Professional Orders of Doctors of Agronomy and Forestry (Section B of the register agronomist and forestry) and the Architects, Planners, Landscapers and conservatives (section B of the register, the planning sector); access the courses of Science in Architecture or Agricultural Science and Technology. Access mode Students wishing to enroll for the course are invited to support the evaluation of basic skills tests, useful to ascertain their input skills. The test is not mandatory, but the registered who do not will support will automatically be granted all the obligations Additional Learning (OFA) requirements. [-]

Bachelor in Architectural Science

Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Reggio Calabria

The 1st Cycle Degree Course (Bachelor Degree) in “Architectural Science” is intended to develop the professional figure of a Junior Architect that participates in planning, design, construction and management activities concerning transformation projects of the built environment... [+]

The 1st Cycle Degree Course (Bachelor Degree) in “Architectural Science” is intended to develop the professional figure of a Junior Architect that participates in planning, design, construction and management activities concerning transformation projects of the built environment. The acquired knowledge will allow him/her to integrate his/her work with that of other professional figures operating at different levels in the architecture sector and to manage current production techniques of Architecture. The aim of the Course is to provide the graduate with an appropriate cultural and scientific knowledge that will enable him/her to understand architectural works and human settlement organization under the logical/formal, compositional, typological/distributive, structural, architectural and technological aspects related to historical, physical and environmental context, in order to identify, formulate and resolve architectural and town-planning problems using current methods, techniques and instruments, and also to supervise technical and economic feasibility aspects (costing, production and realization of building products as well as their safety-related problems). The course, in brief, is aimed to prepare students to play, beside the traditional architect role, an innovative connecting part between architects and clients, administration and business, management and social actors, in the process related to the planning of building and urban interventions and to the transformation, recovery and restoration of the existing architectural heritage. First year Calculus Architectonic Composition Fundamentals of Urban Technology of the Environment and the Materials Elective English Automatic Drawing Laboratory of Representation Applications of Descriptive Geometry and Drawing Architectural Survey History of Ancient and Medieval Architecture History of Ancient Architecture History of Medieval Architecture Second year Technical Physics Static History of Modern Architecture Laboratory of Technology of Architecture Working Plan for Building and Town Maintenance Drawing Laboratory of Materials for Restoration Diagnostic for the Restoration Materials Science Applied Geology Planning Laboratory 1 Architectural Design 1 Urban Planning Third year Design History of Contemporary Architecture Architectural Restoration Urban Appraisal Elective Final Project Internship Planning Laboratory 2 Architectural Design 2 Strengthening of Historical Buildings [-]