Provide a training path that allows the acquisition of skills in the construction and rehabilitation of the built heritage; Provide solid vocational training, broadband, aimed at knowledge application capability in solving problems of the various fields of construction and rehabilitation; Prepare professionals able to integrate and create value in multidisciplinary teams; Develop a sense of responsibility, critical thinking and the ability to continue learning independently.
It is intended that graduates remain entitled to exercise their activity in the aspect of maintenance and rehabilitation of buildings and coadjuvação of various construction activities, including participation in multidisciplinary teams in the areas of promotion, design, direction and supervision of works in the public or private sector, training and applied research.
Students can continue their studies in IPT in the second cycle, master's degree in urban regeneration or other areas, according to the conditions of access defined for each course.
Licensees in construction and rehabilitation should be able to apply through technical and scientific methodologies, knowledge of specific areas of expertise and maintain updated knowledge in the fields of construction, materials and processes, structures, geotechnics, communication routes , hydraulics, instrumentation and observation works and territorial planning, integrating issues relating to security, quality, sustainability and environment.
These professionals should have critical thinking and ability to understand the real problems of construction and heritage rehabilitation built formulate, solve and continue to learn independently.
They should have skills of speaking, writing and graphic, enabling communicate their conclusions and the underlying reasoning, whether specialists or non-specialists, clearly and unambiguously.
About the School
The Institute is an polytechnic institution of higher education in the European area of higher education, provided of skills in the areas of science, technology, arts and humanities, from the outset, ... Read More