Historical sciences TPTI Second cycle degree

Course description

The Historical Sciences Second cycle degree course (laurea magistrale) in "Industrial Processes, Heritage and Territory: History, Valorisation and Teaching Methodology"(TPTI) offers a specialised course in the history and valorisation of the industrial heritage, leading to a double international degree. The course proposes historical, technical, economic and managerial approaches to the subject and trains students how to carry out research through direct investigation of sites and materials and an examination of written, oral and visual sources (pictures, photographs, maps and films). Students will also study the processes by which the industrial heritage becomes part of a culture's patrimony and how industry has examined, valorised and inventoried its material and immaterial goods in various epochs and cultures. This will also be seen in relation to new processes of local development.

Erasmus Mundus programme

Career opportunities

Students will find specialist opportunities in the social, historical, artistic, political and philosophical sciences; in linguistic, literary and documentation disciplines; as writers, editors of technical texts, archivists, librarians, museum curators and conservationists, and as researchers in History, Literature, Philosophy, Pedagogy, Psychology and Law. They will be in a position to occupy posts of responsibility in the service and cultural industries and in research institutions. Graduates will be particularly welcome in areas requiring multi-disciplinary competences. They will be valued in state or provincial bodies in the cultural conservation sector, working for archives, museums or libraries, where they will deal with catalogues, inventories, collections, recovery and valorisation programmes regarding traditions and cultural identity, communication and marketing. In the private sector, there are opportunities in company archives and museums (managing collections, communication and marketing) and in technical or scientific journalism. Graduates may also decide to continue their studies or to enter the teaching profession.

Access to the course

The course is open to first degree graduates from Padova University in
History ex D.M. 509/99
History ex D.M. 270/04
Approval is required for holders of other first degrees.
In all cases, candidates must have a degree class equivalent to 100/110 or a mark of 27/30 in relevant exams. Please consult the Admissions Notice for further details.

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