Land and lanscape restoration and enhancement First cycle degree

Class: L-21 - Town, regional and environmental planning

Duration: 3 years

Branch: Legnaro

Language: Italian


- PAESAGGIO, PARCHI E GIARDINI
- TUTELA E RIASSETTO DEL TERRITORIO

Restricted

EU students and non-EU students with residency in Italy: 108

Number of non-EU students resident abroad: 2

of which Chinese ("Marco Polo" Programme): 1

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Brief overview of the course

Characteristics and objectives,
The course provides professional skills to manage topics on urban/land planning activity, management and design of actions/measures for land rearrangement/regeneration, landscape enhancement, watershed and soil conservation, green space and natural area protection. The course offers two alternative curriculums, which are specifically focused on occupational specializations. These two curriculums are as follows: i) Protection and rearrangement of the land; ii) Landscape, parks an gardens.

Occupational opportunities
The graduated is highly capable of: reading, analyzing, explaining landscape and related structural and environmental contexts. These skills will be supported by the competence on specific software for land/environmental data representation, and they will be corroborated by the capacity of designing, managing, organizing proposals within the framework of amelioration, rearrangement, regeneration and enhancement of land, environment and natural resources. After the graduation, further professional certifications are allowed: junior agronomist/forester (Section B, according to the Italian law), junior architect and planner (Section B, according to the Italian law), graduated building surveyor (training period automatically approved), qualified agricultural technician.

Access modalities
The course permits to access the following MSc courses: a) direct access to “Scienze forestali ed ambientali” (LM-73; Forest and environmental sciences) and “Forest science” (LM-73; held in English) at School of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (University of Padova); b) access, after a back-ground integration with some complementary teaching modules (same School as above), to “Scienze e tecnologie agrarie” (LM-69; Agricultural science and technologies).
Finally, the direct access is allowed to all MSc degrees in Italy, which are in the topic class LM-48 “Land, urbanistic and environmental planning” (e.g., by IUAV, University of Venice).

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