Educational Objectives

The professionally-oriented degree course aims to train a professional, the Graduate Surveyor, able to operate in three main areas:

1. Construction, urban planning and territory: in this context, the Graduate Surveyor is characterized by the multiplicity of skills acquired, which enable him to design small works, management and accounting of the works, as well as testing and coordination of safety in all the phases involved. These skills also extend to the scope of services such as real estate administration and energetic aspects.

2. Appraisal and expert activity: in this context, the Graduate Surveyor can put into practice what he/she learned during the training course for carrying out consultancy ranging from the estimate of the market value of the properties, to technical-regulatory assistance (essential for both private citizens both for companies and companies awarded public or private procurement contracts), in judicial and extrajudicial disputes.

3. Geomatics and cadastral activity: in this context, the Graduate Surveyor applies the skills acquired by carrying out activities such as cadastral updating, splitting and merging operations, geometric survey and graphic restitution of buildings, tracing of building works in general and infrastructural works such as , for example, road and rail routes, pipelines and pipes, sewers and canalizations.

The classes attended during the studies will ensure the necessary multidisciplinarity in order to provide the skills to address the complex problems arising from the interaction between human intervention and the surrounding environment.

The educational offer plan of the professionally oriented degree course in "Construction, Infrastructure and Land Management" is characterized by: basic disciplines (mathematics, experimental physics) aimed at providing the student with solid foundations and the necessary tools and skills for subsequent understanding of the disciplines of civil engineering and engineering for the environment and the territory (construction science, hydraulics, construction engineering, topography, hydraulic construction, geotechnics, construction of roads, railways and airports, architectural design, urban planning ) delivered in both characterizing and laboratory courses. Similar disciplines are also envisaged (appraisal, administrative law) aimed at providing the knowledge and skills of more specific areas, in which technical-scientific knowledge must be combined with the essential and modern legislative and regulatory aspects.

Finally, other activities chosen by the student are provided, in addition to a final internship of 1200 hours carried out in organizations, institutions, companies or professional firms, during which the student will be in contact with real design, construction, infrastructure or planning, construction management and protection of the territory and will be able to apply the skills acquired during the studies. The internship will also contribute to enrich the student's cultural background and experience, essential for future work, and to create opportunities for contact with the world of work, promoting their entering once the training course is completed.

The continuation of studies in the master's degrees is not a natural outcome for the courses of this class.