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The professionally oriented degree course in "Construction, Infrastructure and Land Management " (CIT), is proposed as a degree course belonging to the class L-P01 Technical professions for construction and the territory and has the Department of Engineering and Architecture as its teaching structure.

The training project of the new "Construction, Infrastructure and Territory" degree course aims at training the professional figure of a graduate technician expert in the civil, construction, infrastructural and territorial sectors. The structure and setting of the degree course are essentially oriented towards providing the typical skills of a professional profile aimed at adequately responding to the specific request to train a technician with in-depth knowledge in the civil, construction, infrastructural and territorial sectors.

The historical figure of the "surveyor", with the changes that took place following the Regulation containing rules concerning the reorganization of technical institutes pursuant to article 64, of the decree law no. 112, converted by law 6 August 2008, n. 133, of school cycles (abolition of the technical institute for Surveyors and replacement with the technical institute with address Constructions, Environment and Territory, CAT), risks gradually losing part of its professional identity (originally sanctioned by Royal Decree n.274 of 11 February 1929). Furthermore, in the most recent evolution of the European regulatory framework, access to the professional services has been linked to the achievement of a first level university qualification.

The degree course in question primarily aims at providing a high-level cultural and professional profile, focused on the knowledge and skills typical of the figure of Surveyor, focusing on the aspects of technical support in the field of civil and industrial construction, in infrastructure transport and hydraulic constructions, in urban planning techniques and territorial planning, in topography, in the representation of architecture, in the most recent information technologies applied to the civil sector (Building Information Modeling, BIM), in land management and protection, in management of building processes that affect both new constructions and the transformation of the existing one, taking into account the aspects inherent to technology, energy and thermophysics aspects of architecture, building legislation, economical estimation and evaluations.