First cycle degree in

Land and landscape restoration and enhancement

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

Class L-21 - Town, regional and environmental planning
Duration 3 years
Branch Legnaro
Language Italian
Tuition fees and scholarships
Programme coordinator CARLO GREGORETTI
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The programme 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 programme offers two alternative curriculums, which are specifically focused on occupational specializations. These two curriculums are as follows: i) Protection and enhancement of the land; ii) Landscape, parks an gardens.

Curricula
PAESAGGIO, PARCHI E GIARDINI; TUTELA E RIASSETTO DEL TERRITORIO

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Characteristics and objectives
The course provides professional skills to manage topics on urban/land planning activity, the mitigation of the hydrogeological risk, and the green infrastructures. The increasing frequency of extreme events calls for effective countermeasures. Among them, the green infrastructures are assuming relevance because of the landscape impact beyond the mitigation of hydrogeological risk and pollution.
The skills on the topic of applied planning, that is what to do and why, are to the competencies, that is how to do, on the technical countermeasures for the mitigation of floods and debris floods, and on the design and management of the green areas. This is an interdisciplinary course on applied planning, agriculture, forestry, and engineering. The interdisciplinary approach prepares the facing the problems that urban development and climate change pose to the environmental sustainability and to the land. The interdisciplinary character of the course widens the skills and the employment opportunity.
The course offers two alternative curriculums, which are specifically focused on occupational specializations. These two curriculums are as follows: i) Protection and enhancement of the land; ii) Landscape, parks, and gardens.

Occupational opportunities
Such a degree allows both the work in private companies and public institutions/authorities (municipality technical offices, environmental and hydrological services….) involved in the land management and protection, as well as the green management and development. In particular,
the graduate is highly capable of planning urban and extra-urban areas for increasing their resilience to extreme events in a changing climate (1); design of technical countermeasures against extreme events. As floods and debris floods (2); for the survey and mapping of the land using new technologies (3); for the design, management, and maintenance of the green infrastructures. After 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.

From Bachelor's degree to Master's degree
The course permits access to all MSc degrees in Italy, which are in the topic class LM-48 Land, urbanistic and environmental planning, and in the class LM-03 Landscape Sciences. It allows the access, after possible integration with complementary teaching modules to the following MSc courses: a) Scienze forestali e ambientali (LM-73; Forest and environmental sciences), 'Forest science (LM-73; held in English), Scienze e tecnologie per l’ambiente e il territorio (LM-75; Land environment science and technology), Ingegneria per la Sicurezza Civile ed Industriale (LM-26 Civil and Industrial Safety Engineering), Environmental Engineering (LM-35 Environmental Engineering), Water and Geological Risk Engineering (LM-35 Environmental Engineering).

Curricula
PAESAGGIO, PARCHI E GIARDINI; TUTELA E RIASSETTO DEL TERRITORIO

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Training

I Year GENERAL BIOLOGY [CFU 8] BASIC PRINCIPLES OF INORGANIC AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY [CFU 8] CAD LABORATORY: AUTOCAD [CFU 4] INTERNSHIP [CFU 6] PRINCIPLES OF AGRONOMY AND LAND CLASSIFICATION [CFU 8] GEOMORPHOLOGY AND PHYSICS GEOGRAPHY [CFU 8] PHYSICS [CFU 8] MATHEMATICS [CFU 8] ENGLISH LANGUAGE [CFU 4] II Year ORNAMENTAL PLANTS PRODUCTION [CFU 8] INDICATORS FOR LAND PLANNING (MOD. B) [CFU 8] APPLIED STATISTICS [CFU 4] TURF MANAGEMENT [CFU 8] NUMERICAL CARTOGRAPHY AND GIS [CFU 8] SURVEYING [CFU 8] LAND SURVEY METHODS AND LAND INFORMATION SYSTEMS [CFU 8] ELEMENTS OF ECOLOGY [CFU 6] TREES CLASSIFICATION (MOD. B) [CFU 6] STRUCTURE AND PHYSIOLOGY OF TREES (MOD. A) [CFU 6] HYDRAULICS AND HYDROLOGY [CFU 8] URBAN PLANNING THEORY AND TECHNIQUES (MOD. A) [CFU 6] ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES [CFU 6] URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING (C.I.) [CFU 0] TREES FOR LANDSCAPING (C.I.) [CFU 0] III Year SLOPE STABILIZATION WORK [CFU 8] IRRIGATION AND WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE GREEN AREAS [CFU 8] ENTOMOLOGY OF ORNAMENTALS [CFU 8] PATHOLOGY OF ORNAMENTAL TREES [CFU 8] LANSCAPE DESIGN [CFU 10] CHANNEL MORPHOLOGY, LARGE WOOD AND SEDIMENT FLUXES IN MOUNTAIN RIVERS [CFU 8] CLIMATE CHANGES AND HYDROGEOLOGICAL HAZARD MITIGATION [CFU 8] DESIGN OF SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT MEASURES AGAINST FLOODS [CFU 8] WORKSHOP OF LAND PLANNING [CFU 8] LAND AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE VALUATION [CFU 8]