University of Cagliari

Introduction

Established in 1606, the University of Cagliari is a public university dedicated to offering comprehensive and unique public education, cutting edge research and multi-discipline education programmes for the student community.

These three fundamental and intertwined elements are at the foundations of our mission which provide our students with intellectual vitality that promises to be our university’s greatest strength.

Thus, the University of Cagliari is committed to guiding and serving its student community by promoting and furthering their knowledge, while at the same time building on and learning from past experiences.

High quality teaching is of fundamental importance to our university. With its 6 faculties, 39 undergraduate, 40 graduate and 35 postgraduate programmes, the University of Cagliari’s main mission is to provide its students with a high quality education system that will better prepare them for an increasingly global community.

With about 400 international agreements, our university, together with its undergraduate and graduate students, actively takes part in an educational process which unites our local culture with Europe and the rest of the world.

Research and scholarship programmes are important within the University of Cagliari’s education system and to the expansion or our understanding of the world. Our university actively welcomes and promotes the deepening of intellectual thought and supports our faculties and students in furthering of knowledge and the pursuit of new ideas.

The University of Cagliari is committed to sharing the results of its research and development in knowledge and to improving the social, economic, cultural and intellectual life of Cagliari and the region of Sardinia.

Thanks to the exceptional student body, faculties, staff and administrators, our university is able to successfully carry out its academic mission. It is open to talented people from all backgrounds and values and it sets out to be an instittution based on merit that supports open inquiry, as wel as fairness, care and excellence in all endeavours.

The University of Cagliari and its present structure

At present the University of Cagliari has the following faculties:

  • Faculty of Biology and Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
  • Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
  • Faculty of Sciences
  • Faculty of Economic Sciences, Law and Political Sciences
  • Faculty of Humanities

The University of Caglari is a public state University and has about 31,102 enrolled students, over 1,000 teaching staff and more than 1,000 professionals at the technical-administrative staff.

Besides that, yearly about 200 visting professors come to Cagliari’s University.

At the moment the University of Cagliari is one of the largest enterprises in the Region of Sardinia, thanks to its international policy, studies and its numerous agreements with prestigious universities in Europe and around the world. The benefits of studying at the University of Cagliari are its academic excellence, its innovative programs, its exchange opportunities, its facilities (including all levels and types of sporting facilities) its location on the beautiful Sardinian coast and the low cost of living.

This school offers programs in:
  • Italian

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Master

Degree In International Relations

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

For graduate Internazionalisi Relations provide for the following employment opportunities in regional, Italian and international: International organizations. Community organizations (in the Parliament and the European Commission) and international (governmental and non-governmental) in which the degree in Governance and Global System, with its multidisciplinary preparation, conjugated ... [+]

For graduate Internazionalisi Relations provide for the following employment opportunities in regional, Italian and international: international organizations. Community organizations (in the Parliament and the European Commission) and international (governmental and non-governmental) in which the degree in Governance and Global System, with its multi-disciplinary training, combined with elements of specialization in the social sciences, may be an important resource because versatile and characterized by a language training of higher level; public industry. Local, regional and national, for which the insertion of graduates with a multidisciplinary preparation conjugated to specific skills in the international arena is at once an opportunity to make the most of the Community programs and to adapt the administrative action in the most in keeping with the regulatory framework in flux, the prospect of public sector activity geared to efficiency, effectiveness and economy; private sector. Companies with activities developed on an international scale, or who want to equip themselves with adequate staff to this development. In particular, companies operating in manufacturing and services that need to graduate with a solid multidisciplinary background, married to a specific language proficiency. final test characteristics The final test is run on the achievement of the educational goals of the course of study. The Currency Commission degree the candidate as a whole, having regard both to the conduct of the final examination is to other elements, such as the curriculum of the studies, the completion of the university course times, independently applying specific rules established by the reference structure. To be admitted to the final must have attained all the credits in courses provided by the syllabus except those relating to the final examination. The final examination consists in the preparation and discussion of a written dissertation, in a foreign language, concerning the analysis of a case, design or research activity on a chosen topic within the course of studies or teachings resulting from the internship experience. The thesis has to distinguish itself for methodological rigor, mastery of the topics and the originality of the contribution. It must express the acquisition of knowledge of the qualifying course, the ability to read on their own problems and solutions set in the light of the information and proposals reached in the European context as well as the achievement of a good level of written and oral communication. For the purpose of overcoming of the degree it is necessary to achieve the minimum score of 66 points. The Commission has 7 points, 6 of which are to be given following the assessment of merit on the elaborate quality and rewarding one as in the case of graduation in progress. Any attribution of praise, in addition to a minimum score of 110 points, is subject to the established importance of the results achieved by the candidate and the unanimous assessment of the commission. The chairman of the committee responsible to ensure full regularity in the performance of the test and the adherence of the final assessments to the general criteria established by the competent bodies in the course of study. The conduct of the final graduation exam is public and the public is the act of the proclamation of the final results. The discussion of the final examination for the conferment of the degree is public. Skills required for access For all students, access is subject to possession of curricular requirements, defined in the academic regulations of the course of study. Regardless of the curricular requirements for all students is expected to occur prior preparation, with procedures defined in the academic regulations. There are no debits or additional educational, it is accessed. employment and career opportunities for graduates Generic profile For graduate Internazionalisi Relations provide for the following employment opportunities in regional, Italian and international: - international organizations. Community organizations (in the Parliament and the European Commission) and international (governmental and non-governmental) in which the degree in Governance and Global System, with its multi-disciplinary training, combined with elements of specialization in the social sciences, may be an important resource because versatile and characterized by a language training of higher level; - public sector. Local, regional and national, for which the insertion of graduates with a multidisciplinary preparation conjugated to specific skills in the international arena is at once an opportunity to make the most of the Community programs and to adapt the administrative action in the most in keeping with the regulatory framework in flux, the prospect of public sector activity geared to efficiency, effectiveness and economy; - Private sector. Companies with activities developed on an international scale, or who want to equip themselves with adequate staff to this development. In particular, companies operating in manufacturing and services that need to graduate with a solid multidisciplinary background, married to a specific language proficiency. Applying knowledge and understanding General Area Expected results: Graduates of the LM-52 (International Relations graduate) will be able to apply their knowledge both in the context of the world of work both in research. Students will be able to apply their knowledge and understanding of the problems in relation to all the typical problems that may arise in relations between the international and diplomatic actors in Europe and from outside Europe. In addition, they will be given the opportunity to acquire skills in solving problems and issues related to both disciplines and fields of study known, both with respect to new or unfamiliar (even interdisciplinary field) related to their course of study. acquisition mode teaching equipment and the ability to apply knowledge and understanding will be made possible thanks to the exercises provided in most lessons. The skills of analysis and problem resolutions will be acquired through the presentation of cases in exercises and through guided simulations during specific seminars. verification: Assessment of the active participation of students in exercises, simulations of cases and workshops; intermediate tests; final exams. The thesis will allow students to test their ability to apply knowledge and understanding through an original search path. Students who choose the internship as part of the credits to be chosen will also develop their skills through practical experience. Knowledge and understanding General Area Graduates of the course, following the theoretical framework and methodology courses and taking cognizance of the main reference texts of historical and institutional disciplines, political and relational and legal-internationalist, can adequately develop their ability to understand and acquire the necessary knowledge . Expected results: All students will have acquired an interdisciplinary knowledge base that will allow the understanding of the fundamental dynamics of globalization. In particular, graduates of the Class LM / 52, using the skills and methods acquired, will have a systematic understanding and critical awareness of the internationalist and diplomatic disciplines, as well as extensive expertise of the typical problems of Asia and Africa. They will have in-depth, also from a historical and legal point of view, issues related to the contingencies related to crises and the emergence of new rights (multiculturalism, biodiversity, environment). Also thanks to the multidisciplinary training base and strengthening matured in any experience at facilities that operate in internationalist sector, will acquire mastery of issues and capacity analysis and critical elaboration, also useful for the contribution they can make if inserted in centers research or ad hoc projects. In addition, they will be able to use a medium-high level and the English language is a second language of choice (European or non-European). These substantive and methodological knowledge acquired will allow finally graduates to program specialization courses in the field of master of 2nd level or PhD. The teaching methods used and the main instruments available, through which facilitate the acquisition of such knowledge and therefore the achievement of the objectives of knowledge and understanding, consist of: - front / institutional lessons, supported by teaching cards and even audio and tools video. Classes are conducted in order to enhance the learning valuable contribution represented by the active involvement of learners through discussion and debate and the space reserved for in-depth inquiries (seminars, workshops, videoconferences); - Seminars, workshops, video conferences on specific issues addressed in collaboration with experts, opinion leaders, institutional and corporate representatives, articulated in order to promote knowledge and understanding of phenomena relating to international scenarios. The verification of the achievement of the expected learning outcomes is based on a monitoring process that allows teachers to take on the necessary information to assess the level of learning achieved and possibly restructure the load and the modes of delivery of each teaching unit for what regards lectures. The monitoring of learning achievements is conducted: - the ongoing training process through structured testing (written and / or oral, elaborate research, project work, etc.) Given at the end of individual teaching units; - The term of the course through the assessment of the thesis. Learning ability Expected results: Graduates of the LM-52 (degree and Global Governance System) course at the end of their studies, thanks to methodological, dynamic and modern instrumentation acquired knowledge, they will have gained solid autonomous learning ability also might be used for a constant update ( also work), methodological and content. Graduates will mature high skills for the selection and analysis of the data subject of his study, as well as their processing. The cultural and methodologies acquired, as well as a good knowledge of the English language, which will add to the learning of a second foreign language, will provide access to both paths of graduates of advanced improvement, even abroad, both master 2nd level as well as in activated doctorates in the fields of politics and international relations, European studies and beyond, the international cooperation. Capture mode and teaching tools: Throughout the instruments indicated in relation to other descriptors should ensure the achievement of all expected results and therefore of educational goals and specific. verification: Evaluation of written papers and dissertations to completion of the Program. The dissertation allows students to test their ability to learn undertaking the original research. Making judgments Expected results: Graduates of the LM-52 (International Relations graduate) will be able to: make decisions and deal with situations of complex type with the ability to integrate their own knowledge, even in the face of data and partial information; reflect on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge; act according to the principle of accountability and non-discrimination. Judgement will be enhanced with learning methodologies that will favor the comparison and the original contributions and implementing practice of self-assessment and evaluation of the course. Capture mode and teaching tools: Lectures, exercises, simulation of cases. Seminars will also be provided to be used as part of the credits to be chosen. Students who choose the internship as part of the credits to be chosen will develop their independent judgment through practical experience. verification: Assessment of the active participation of students in exercises and case simulations; intermediate tests; final exams. Judgement will be explicitly evaluated by thesis, in which the graduate must demonstrate mastery of the subject matter and know originally developed with independent judgment and critical thinking skills. communication skills Expected results: Graduates of the LM-52 (International Relations graduate) will be able to: prepare reports and reports on the issues and research activities; communicate in public; manage corporate communication in the interests of transparency of public action, according to the principles governing the information activities of the Public Administrations and communication; use the English language, with reference to specialist vocabulary; use a second foreign language among those given, with reference to specialist vocabulary. Capture mode and teaching tools: It is the responsibility of teachers, in the course of lectures and exercises, stimulate students to the disclosure of information acquired during the course and expression of their ideas; in some disciplines will be provided for group work during which students will be guided to the presentation of cases; They will also provide written papers. As for the language learning is based not only on lectures, on laboratory exercises during which students will converse and support, both in writing and orally, arguments using the jargon. It will be also encouraged the use of texts or teaching material in English in the preparation of the exams. verification: Presentation and discussion in the classroom and in the laboratory processed, simplification exercises of language, intermediate and final testing evidence. Skills associated with the function. Generic profile The responsibilities created by the degree course and that constitute the initial patrimony of his graduate start of his professional activity, respond consistently to the question that arises from the euro-Mediterranean integration policies, the strengthening of political cooperation and economic integration policies with Africa and Asia and the opportunities provided by international governmental and non-governmental organizations. Furthermore, the specific skills allow him to match the profile sought by the initiatives of the European Union and local development programs. In this phase, graduates can compete for profiles that provide a consistent basic training, adequate linguistic knowledge and the ability to cooperate, according to the methodology shared international and national scale, the achievement of specific objectives. Function in the context of work Generic profile The skills acquired in the Master's degree in International Relations are a good preparation for participation in competitions for diplomatic and consular careers, to access university and research institutions, organizations, institutions and international governmental and nongovernmental organizations, businesses, organizations and businesses in various capacities and at public or private level operate in the international arena, offices of international relations and / or decentralized cooperation of local public authorities, administrative agencies and entities involved in local development. Description specific educational goals According to the general educational objectives of the course of the Degree masterful LM / 52 class in international relations, this educational project aims to provide a solid preparation in the spatial and conceptual frameworks as well as in historical, political, social, economic and legal system of the global (ie the set of institutions, and the social, political, economic and cultural factors that characterize the international life in the era of globalization and with whom have to face national equipment). The course, then, is built to propose a route to be able to meet the demands of the new order of international relations and create the expert in international affairs and make him the ideal candidate for careers in international institutions, in diplomacy, in numerous variety of government agencies or non-governmental interacting with the phenomenon of internationalization. Specific educational objectives and description of the training The Graduate Program LM / 52 in International Relations provides students with a path of critical reflection and thematic analysis of the complex issues related to the international dimension of modern societies, with a multidisciplinary approach based on interpretations of historical-political, legal and socio-economic. This path is also enriched by the acquisition of a number of tools needed to explore topics chosen by each student according to their vocations and professional expectations. Consequently the course masterful LM / 52 in International Relations is mainly oriented to provide first-level graduates with an advanced conceptual and instrumental in the areas of international governance, analyzed with reference to the historical, legal, economic and social, and the complex system existing relationships, international (Europe and elsewhere), including state organizations and between them and the supranational regulations. Ultimately, the course aims to provide knowledge and tools that enable the student to istradarsi conceptually and to operate within the activities of the international community related to the dynamics and the multiple scenarios where you exert governance processes and that increasingly appear subjects to the influence of globalization. Specific objectives of the course are: upgrading of such knowledge and ability and that of their application in new themes or inserted in different contexts (Dublin Descriptors I and II); acquisition of independent judgment and the ability to integrate the knowledge needed to manage complex situations and assess all related elements, including ethical and social ones (Dublin descriptor III); enhancement of communication skills and in that of the same learning capabilities that enable it to continue further studies (Dublin Descriptors IV and V). The achievement of these objectives appears facilitated by an interdisciplinary basis of the path; by the contribution of Visiting Professors, the use of English in the course of some courses and from encouraging participation in extracurricular activities such as seminars; fulfillment of a part of their studies abroad through the Socrates-Erasmus and Globus programs; placements of particular importance in the context of international relations, such as those organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Conference of Rectors; internships in international governmental and non, in development cooperation agencies and research centers whose attention is focused on the phenomena studied in the international or transnational dimension. According to the Ministerial tables that provide for the detection of information and computer skills, these skills will be further developed in some teachings based on computer and multimedia lab activities, such as English Language. The course is To better respond to the complexity of the educational profile required by class and specialization required in the labor market, the training course is structured as follows: a first-year interdisciplinary specialization, including disciplinary sectors courses Economy Politics, Contemporary History, International Law and the history of political doctrines. This first phase of the path is completed by the Language and English as a second foreign language. The interdisciplinary approach is further increased dall'accorpamento of teaching modules that provides an overview of all the study and the content of the given disciplines. a second year of specialization that involves the teaching of disciplines strongly consistent with the training as part of the Disciplines ETHNOGRAPHY AND ANTHROPOLOGY, the Sociology of Economic and Labour Processes, the economic and political Geography, History of International Relations, Science Policy, Philosophy of Politics, History and institutions of Africa and the History and Asian institutions. The route is finally completed with similar or additional materials, with the activities chosen by the student and with the preparation of the thesis. It is noted that in the similar or additional types have been shown SSD also present in studies specific as the ministerial table already includes a number of areas and SSD, so the insert further distorts the educational profile of the degree program. In his characterization, in compliance with the stated objectives, the degree course presents both disciplines occidentalistico character is of African-asiatistico character, allowing the strengthening of the internationalist education and related methodological skills acquired in the first degree course, with a view the formation of a highly qualified professional profile in the context of the multiple aspects of international relations, in particular as regards the problems and their complex situations of an overall system. To this end there are multiple disciplines of SSD internationalist vocation and area studies (Africa, Asia, the Muslim world), essential for the purpose of a professional profile with knowledge and methodological skills useful: the planning and implementation of operational methods of high complexity with authorities and national public bodies, international and multinational companies; the design, implementation and monitoring of national, international and supranational related to the strengthening of governance and democratization processes; geopolitical analysis of international situations of particular importance and the formulation of intervention strategies. To make the graduate adequately provided with specialized and more operational skills will be encouraged internships and placements in organizations and institutions that operate in international relations (Europe and beyond). These activities may be carried out within the curricular subjects or those chosen by the student with the recognition of credits. The graduate of the LM / 52, therefore, will be able to operate with a large profit in a pluralistic and multicultural international context. It will be able to frame the contemporary international dynamics within a long-term perspective, in relation to the geopolitical specificities and in a comparative and transnational perspective. The same will have to master the analytical tools and institutional knowledge concerning the various areas in which they are required complex skills of international (European and international); also needed to identify the factors that produce, in international and national contexts, mechanisms of discrimination (racial, ethnic, religious, economic and gender). You will be able to analyze issues related to self-determination of peoples, the treatment of minorities and migrants, sustainable development. Will have interdisciplinary skills needed to plan and implement operational strategies too complex to fit into the staff of organizations and companies, national and international, public and private, operating in the international context (European and international). [-]

Master In Archaeology And History Of Art

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

Graduates will be qualified to work at levels of high competence in museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutes engaged in research and enhancement of archaeological, historical and artistic ... [+]

Graduates will be qualified to work at levels of high competence in museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutes engaged in research and exploitation of the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage. final test characteristics The final examination for the award of the qualification in the exposition will consist of a written paper on a novel topic to be agreed with one of the teachers of the course. The report must have a contributory and non-compile-and will have to be longer than 2000 characters in 50 folders. Through discussion, the candidate will be able to demonstrate the specialized level of knowledge and skills acquired in the single discipline and within the subject area concerned, with attention to related areas. Skills required for access For access to the degree required a substantial initial preparation in possession of basic knowledge in the field of archeology, art history, history, laws of the Cultural Heritage and basic computer skills already acquired before the assessment of individual preparation, preferably through an undergraduate program in cultural heritage. In particular, students must have completed at least 12 credits in the field of historical disciplines; at least 12 credits in the field of ancient and medieval civilization; at least 60 credits within the disciplines relating to the historical archaeological and artistic heritage, archive and library, social anthropology and environmental; at least 6 credits in the context of the legislation and management of Cultural Heritage. For testing a multiple choice quiz testing is planned in a manner that will be appropriately defined in the academic regulations of the course of study. Title conferred degree in Archaeology and Art History Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation ITALIAN Applying knowledge and understanding Graduates from the Master's degree course must have been formed in both new methods and techniques of archeology in both traditional and historical disciplines. Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge in the approach with unfamiliar issues included in wide-ranging contexts related to their field of study. They will know how to analyze and thoroughly reconstruct the historical and cultural dynamics in relation to production, tradition and promotion of sites and archaeological and historical artifacts, according to advanced methods from the point of view of scientific and technological innovation. Graduates in Archaeology will be able to use new and bibliographic data to interpret stratigraphic excavation, the living environments, worship and funeral, in relation to urban or rural settlements; classify artifacts from the typological point of view and chronological; categorize and file the archaeological material; survey the archaeological remains and to determine their membership in the different production areas and different artistic styles. The graduate in Art History will be able to use unpublished data and bibliographic data to interpret the different phases that contribute to the definition of art as a whole; classify artifacts from the technical and formal point of view, chronological and stylistic; categorize and file the art historical material; assess the impact and opportunities of the restoration work. Each may take action at the regional, national and international, and to take responsibility for management in person of a research project, or inclusion in a collective project, aimed not only to scientific knowledge, but also to the restoration and enhancement of masterpiece. As part of each course are planned seminars and workshop with the active participation of students and verifiable. Knowledge and understanding Graduates from the Master's degree course must have been formed in both new methods and techniques of archeology in both traditional and historical disciplines. Compared to the educational level of the three-year degree in Cultural Heritage, graduates will have acquired more in-depth knowledge and understanding related primarily to the definition of the historical context and material in relation to the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage, and the application of more advanced methods census, cataloging, analytical study, interpretation and comparison of the relevant contexts and artifacts. They will also be able to come up with original ideas in a research context and will give proof that those skills in the final exam graduation. Learning ability Learning skills will be estimated through intermediate, diversified checks according to the teaching type, which will allow to evaluate the correspondence between the estimated time and the actual time invested by students in relation to learning provided. The teaching will be set up to enhance the selective and comparative skills for the acquisition of a learning method. Verification of income will also be made through scheduled to run testing, comply with the procedures established by the academic regulations of the course. Graduates possess skills to specialist level and ability to learn useful not only at the entrance to the world of work but also to continue independently their training with a Master's Degree registration that relate to the cultural heritage, as well as to graduate schools in Archaeology or art History. You may also aspire to the continuation of the research process through participation in competitions for access to doctoral studies and for the awarding of contracts or university grants. The course provides the necessary skills, after passing the selection for entry to the active Internship Training (TFA) to a teaching degree in art history in high school. Making judgments Graduates will be aware of the peculiarities of the archaeological heritage and Mediterranean and European historical and artistic, with particular reference to Sardinia. Thanks to insights in the literature and in the field, may carry out comparisons between the Framework island and the wider national and international context. They will thus be able to integrate knowledge and formulate judgments, even on the basis of limited information, leading to innovative proposals for the specialist knowledge and the enhancement of cultural heritage, which also include a reflection on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of judgments and the knowledge acquired. communication skills Graduates will be able to clearly communicate with a popular and specialist level (for example, during debates and scientific meetings) in relation to the issues and problems of archeology and art history. It 'also able to chair the working groups and to use the specific conventions of scientific communication. Communication skills are also acquired through foreign language laboratories provided for law among the additional training activities. employment and career opportunities for graduates Officer of Museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutions, engaged in research and exploitation of the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage. Career opportunities and professional activities provided by the degree programs are in areas in which it will operate, with high responsibility, such as: institutions responsible for the conservation and enhancement of the archaeological heritage, as Superintendents and museums; organizations and units of study and research of archaeological heritage preservation, artistic, documentary and monumental in agencies and institutions, public and private (such as municipalities, provinces, regions, foundations); companies, cooperatives and other private groups can cooperate in all activities, from the excavation for public use, with the entities responsible for the protection of the archaeological heritage; publishing activities, the publications and other specialized media in the archaeological field. Skills associated with the function Officer of Museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutions, engaged in research and exploitation of the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage. Graduates from the Master's degree course must: - possess advanced skills both historical and methodological for the purposes of research and critical exegesis in the different areas and in different historical areas for the development of the arts (architecture, painting, sculpture, applied arts) from the Middle Ages to the present; - Theoretical knowledge and applied problems of conservation, management, promotion and enhancement of historical and artistic heritage and its institutions; - Having studied the particular issues relating to the history and preservation of a particular artistic sector; - To be able to fully use the main tools in the specific areas of competence and in particular with regard to the cataloging and documentation of historic and artistic heritage and their contexts; - Be able to be fluent in written and oral form, at least one European language besides Italian with reference to disciplinary vocabularies. Function in the context of work Officer of Museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutions, engaged in research and exploitation of the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage. Graduates from the Master's degree course must have been formed in both new methods and techniques of archeology in both traditional and historical, philological and artistic. Graduates will then have: - advanced scientific skills, theoretical, methodological and operational related field of archeology and art history in the prehistoric and proto-historic, ancient and medieval, supported by knowledge of history and ancient written sources; - Expertise in the field of management, conservation and restoration of archaeological, artistic, documentary and monumental; - Skill in the use of IT tools and electronic communication in the specific areas of competence, with particular reference to significant transactions of monuments and archaeological sites, the classification of findings, image processing, computer management of scientific texts; - Ability to use fluently in written and oral form, at least one European language besides Italian with reference to disciplinary vocabularies. Description specific educational goals The individual learning activities of the course is assigned a number of credits based on the estimated time it takes an average student to perform the required tasks and achieve the expected learning outcomes. Graduates of the degree course in Archaeology interclass or Art History acquire specialist level knowledge falling into common areas or specific of the two Master's Degrees. In particular acquire skills in the restoration of cultural heritage and perfect knowledge previously acquired in archeology and history of Greek and Roman history, and archeology and medieval Christian. Compared to the specificity of the two courses, he graduates in Archaeology also perfect knowledge previously gained in paleontology, prehistoric archeology and proto, Phoenician archeology, language, literature and Greek philology, Latin epigraphy and Roman history, and acquire skills in ancient Christian literature. This knowledge will be acquired by attending the lectures, the excavations and laboratories relating to SSD L-ANT / 03, L-ANT / 01, L-ANT / 07, L-ANT / 08, BIO / 08, BIO / 01 , L-OR / 06, CHIM / 12, L-LIN / 02, M-STO / 08, M-STO / 09. The graduate in Art History perfects also previously acquired knowledge in the field of medieval art history, modern and contemporary, and palaeography and diplomatic, and acquire skills in aesthetics and medieval and humanistic Latin literature. This knowledge will be acquired by attending the lectures and workshops relating to SSD L-ART / 01, L-ART / 02, L-ART / 03, L-ART / 04, M-FIL / 04, L-FILTER LET / 08, M-STO / 09. Thanks to the in-depth level of knowledge of history, archeology and art history, from the point of view of the contents of both methods of study, graduates are able to use the acquired skills to plan and carry out research projects at the regional, national and international possibly thanks to the experience of studying abroad gained at EU universities under the Socrates-Erasmus program. To acquire these skills the graduate completes a training program which includes taking examinations and frequency (not mandatory) of lectures, supplemented by functional activities to practice in the archaeological field and / or art-historical (excavations, restoration workshops of the artifacts , cataloging, training, etc.). [-]

Master In Cellular And Molecular Biology

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The LM course in Molecular and Cellular Biology aims to supplement the basic knowledge, acquired through the Bachelor's degree in Biology, in some key areas of the biological sciences and to provide advanced preparation and operational framework at the level of biological phenomena cellular, sub-cellular and molecular. In particular, the LM course has the objective to provide a preparation ... [+]

final test characteristics. The activities related to the preparation of the final examination for the achievement of the LM will be carried out by the student under the supervision of a tutor during the training period at a research laboratory University or a highly qualified body under an agreement with the University biomolecular . The final exam, which involves the acquisition of 13 credits, consists of the discussion, in open session, of an exclusively experimental thesis and which brings an original contribution, prepared under the guidance of a teacher of the course with LM, as rapporteur. The dissertation may be written in Italian or English and must have the typical form of a complete scientific work in terms of general organization (Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, References, Tables and Figures). The decision of the Commission of Science will be formulated according to procedures defined in the Academic Regulations for the Course. Skills required for access. Students wishing to enroll in the Master of Science in Molecular and Cellular Biology must hold a Degree or another qualification obtained abroad and recognized as valid under current legislation. For access to the Master of Science as well as proving the possession of curricular requirements corresponding to adequate number of credits in groups of scientific areas that will be defined in the academic regulations, and adequate preparation in both core subjects in the preparation biologist, such as mathematics, physics, chemistry and computer science, which in basic biological disciplines that provide the essential knowledge about the organization of living beings morphological, functional and structural. They must also be in possession of knowledge about the biochemical mechanisms that regulate cellular and molecular heredity, reproduction and development. In particular, will have to document the previous acquisition of sufficient knowledge in the following disciplines of the Master of Science: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Cytology and Histology, General Microbiology, General Physiology, Genetics. The verification of the possession of such knowledge will be as defined in the Academic Regulations for the course. Title conferred. Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology specific educational goals. The LM course in Molecular and Cellular Biology aims to supplement the basic knowledge, acquired through the Bachelor's degree in Biology, in some key areas of the biological sciences and to provide advanced preparation and operational framework at the level of biological phenomena cellular, sub-cellular and molecular. Specifically, the LM course aims to provide advanced training in areas related to biological disciplines, biochemical and molecular biology, with particular regard to the understanding of the cellular and molecular phenomena, and biological applications, biochemical and molecular biology in the fields of 'pharmaceutical, chemical and biotechnology industries, and service industries. The studies will also provide an in-depth knowledge and expertise in the use of instrumental methods, analytical tools and techniques for acquisition and data analysis. The course of LM reflects the research activity carried out in the departments which heads the teachers of the course and will allow graduates to achieve preparation and skills according to the principles of European harmonization as specified at national level since CBUI for LM-6 class . The Tuning-based Cagliari table contains a breakdown of skills developed and confirmed for each teaching unit. In detail, the curriculum is organized to provide: - a thorough knowledge of chemistry concepts applied to biology from bioinorganic viewpoint and computational chemistry of proteins and biochemical mechanisms that regulate cellular metabolic activity of biocatalysis ; - A deepening and completion of knowledge related to molecular genetics, with reference to the functional genomics study through systems biology, the genetic variation at the molecular level, the molecular markers in the study of human populations; - A discussion of the basics of cytology and microscopic anatomy with detailed analysis of morphogenetic events and cell specialization at the microscopic and molecular level in the various periods of life; - A deepening of microbiology and virology with reference to the molecular mechanisms of replication strategies of pathogens and host-pathogen interactions; - A study of cell physiology concepts; - Adequate knowledge of the instrumental methodology, the most advanced technologies for the study of the molecular biology of the cell, the analytical tools and techniques for acquisition and data analysis; - Mastery of the scientific method to the study of biological phenomena, making the graduates are able to obtain and analyze experimental data independently, placing them in the treated scientific problems; - Communication skills for the exchange of information under the various aspects of the molecular biology of the cell and knowledge of English; - Critical ability to assess the prospects of the research work and using their scientific knowledge in related professional fields with biomolecular disciplines. Teaching is divided into lectures and tutorials, seminars and laboratory activities that can be carried out completely or partially, also in English. In addition, a significant part of the commitment of the student teaching, distributed in the two-year course, is focused to the conduct of the internship and the final test which provides original research on topics of molecular biology of the cell, the basic scope or application. During the work of the graduate thesis he is part of a research group actively participating in the experimental work in a laboratory. The training course includes Biomolecular scope disciplines, Biomedical, biodiversity and the environment, supplementary and complementary activities and the free choice of the student; They are also planned 3 CFU of linguistic skills (English) what further language skills. The LM Course in Cell and Molecular Biology is the ideal continuation for students after the first degree wishing to start scientific research, and prepares to undertake training courses in third level at national and international level, or to move towards vocational activities and project in industry and public administration. Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation. ITALIAN Communication skills. Acquisition of adequate skills and tools for communication with a focus on practical fluent in a European Union language, the disciplinary lexicon, processing / presentation of research projects, the illustration of the search results. These skills will be acquired in training activities related to most of the teachings and during the training period by submitting the data in the literature as an integral part of each teaching and presentation of experimental data in the context of "journal clubs" organized by their respective supervisors. In particular, passing the final test will be required to demonstrate that they have fully acquired the communication skills required. Making judgments. Master's degree of involvement in all aspects (planning, experimental, critical evaluation and dissemination in the scientific community) of conducting a scientific research project through seminars and laboratory courses held during the two years and during the period devoted to training and the final test, at a research laboratory University or a highly qualified body within biomolecular agreement with the University. Acquisition of conscious independent judgment with respect to: the ability to make judgments on the basis of the evaluation and revision of literature data and experimental data obtained with laboratory investigations; identifying new prospects and development strategies; critical and responsible approach to ethical and bioethical issues. Learning ability. capacity building to promote the development and the continuous deepening of skills, with particular reference to the consultation of bibliographic material, consultation of specialized databases to the adoption of innovative technologies, the use of advanced cognitive tools for the continuous updating of knowledge and other network information. These skills will be acquired in training activities related to most of the teachings, and verified with passing the corresponding exams. In particular, passing the final test will be required to demonstrate that they have fully acquired the learning skills required. [-]

Master In Chemical And Biotechnological Process Engineering

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The goal of the course is to train the professional figure of Chemical Engineer, recognized at European and World level, as defined by the European Federation of Chemical Engineers (EFCE). The Regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes dell'EFCE implements the recommendations concerning the expected learning outcomes at the end of the first level ... [+]

educational objectives of the class: LM-22 Chemical Engineering Graduates from the Master's degree course must: - thorough knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of mathematics and other basic sciences and be able to use this knowledge to interpret and describe complex engineering problems or those requiring an interdisciplinary approach ; - Thorough knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, both in general and specifically in relation to those of chemical engineering, in which they are able to identify, formulate and solve in an innovative, complex problems or those requiring an interdisciplinary approach ; - Be able to conceive, plan, design and manage systems, complex and / or innovative processes and services; - Be able to design and manage highly complex experiments; - It is equipped with context knowledge and transversal capacity; - Have expertise in business organization (corporate culture) and professional ethics; - Be able to be fluent in written and oral form, at least one European language besides Italian with reference to disciplinary vocabularies. The admission to the postgraduate courses of the class requires possession of the curricular requirements that foresee, however, an adequate command of general scientific methods and content in the basic sciences and engineering disciplines, preparatory to those provided for in characterizing ' sort of this master degree class. The master degree course must also culminate in an important design activities, which will eventually lead to an elaborate demonstrating mastery of the subjects, the ability to work independently and a good level of communication skills. The main career opportunities provided by the Master degree course are: innovation and development of production, advanced design, planning and scheduling, management of complex systems, both in private practice and in manufacturing or services and public administrations. Graduates may find employment with: chemical, food, pharmaceutical and process; manufacturing, processing, transportation and storage of substances and materials; industrial laboratories; technical departments of public administration delegated to environmental governance and security. The universities organize, in collaboration with public and private institutions, internships and apprenticeships. Synthesis of consultation with representative organizations at the local level of production, services, professions The meeting between the University and the representatives of the world of Labor Organizations, Services and Production for the presentation of teaching regulations of the Master of Science of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cagliari, took place November 27, 2009, at the 'Aula Magna of the Faculty. The meeting was attended by representatives of the Chamber of Commerce, of the Order of Engineers of the Province of Cagliari, the federation of associations of engineers of Sardinia, the Association of Industrialists of the Province of Cagliari, the Confindustria, CRS4, the SARAS SpA, dell ' Alkhela Srl, the Axis Srl. All present felt Teaching regulation proposed by the Faculty of Engineering with the needs of the territory and expressed a favorable opinion, giving some suggestions on possible complementary activities that may be proposed, in collaboration with some of the intervening parties. However it should be noted that all degree courses, in all phases of the work, they consulted the subjects of specific interest to them, discussing the construction of the new teaching organization and the comments received, finding interlocutors fully consenting on the proposals. specific learning objectives of the course and description of the training course The goal of the course is to train the professional figure of Chemical Engineer, recognized at European and World level, as defined by the European Federation of Chemical Engineers (EFCE). The Regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical and Process Engineering Biotechnology incorporates the dell'EFCE recommendations with respect to the learning outcomes expected at the end of the first level and the signs of the "Second cycle degree core curriculum" as set out in the "Recommendations for EFCE document Chemical Engineering Education in a Bologna Two Cycle Degree System "(July 2005). The CL's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes aims to provide students with an adequate study and updating of general scientific methods and contents, the enrichment of specific professional skills, and mastery of innovative design methods in the context of ' chemical engineering and chemical technology and biotechnology. Purpose of CL's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Process is therefore to provide graduates with a training course, in accordance with the guidelines dell'EFCE that allows: - use the increased knowledge of chemical phenomena, physical and biological agents in order to develop advanced mathematical models for chemical and biotechnological processes and be able to solve them; - Be able to analyze, evaluate and compare the different possibilities for the development of experiments, methodologies and technologies for the process industry, production of goods and / or services and for the protection and / or the environmental recovery; - Be able to study independently and critically new topics; - Develop methodologies and technologies (including environmental and safety aspects) of the process industry and industries for the production of goods or services and for the recovery or the environment. Consistent with the provisions of the EFCE document, the training of graduate degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes provides a series of teachings directed to improving public awareness, provided between the access requirements, and topics specifically identified in the document as characterizing EFCE the degree in chemical engineering, in particular transport phenomena, kinetics and industrial chemistry. Subsequently, the course includes lessons aimed at the design, modeling and process management, with particular reference to the state of research and industrial development. These lessons will be taught by teachers whose scientific research activity is carried out in specific areas. Apart from knowledge recognized at European level for the chemical engineer, the course includes some lessons related to the needs of the territory, in particular the presence of large industries that operate in the field of processing of raw materials and production of biomaterials, energy and services. Knowledge and understanding (knowledge and understanding) Graduates will be able to: - know the methods of the specialist disciplines of chemical engineering, relevant for the proper definition and the search for solutions to complex engineering problems of chemical and biotechnological processes; - Be able to understand the problems concerning design analysis and management of the processes for the transformation of matter and the production of energy, involving chemical and biochemical reactions also through access to the relevant specialist literature. - Be able to understand the issues regarding health and safety, sustainability and environmental impact of a chemical process or biotechnology. - Be able to understand the practical applications of process engineering, with particular reference to the industrial reality of the Sardinian territory. The knowledge and understanding are achieved through the learning activities organized in the teachings characteristic of the field of chemical engineering and related basic activities of the chemical and biological areas and other engineering fields. The teaching methods used include participation in lectures, tutorials, seminars, supervised home study and independent study. In addition, as part of some of the lessons will be provided for visits to facilities and participation in seminars. Assessment of the achievement of learning outcomes is mainly by carrying out intermediate tests, test papers written or oral, ending with the award of a judgment. Applying knowledge and understanding (applying knowledge and understanding) Graduates must: - be able to easily manage the advanced operational tools useful for the development of chemical engineering, modeling, design and management of chemical and biotechnological processes. - Know how to use the knowledge acquired and acquirable for process innovation in the processing industry, in consideration of the results achieved by the scientific community; - Be able to produce physical / mathematical models for the analysis of the characteristics and performance of equipment, systems and processes for the production of products and materials, also in reference to the sustainability of the processes and the biocompatibility of the materials; - Know how to select, design study and apply advanced methods for the regulation and control of chemical and biotechnological processes; - Identify and use, including the operations and the jobs available, those most likely to sustainability and environmental protection in relation to industrial activities in general and those in the chemical industry, in particular. These skills will be developed mainly in the compulsory courses characterizing and related through the examination of real cases. During the activities aimed at 'integration into the labor market and in the elaboration of the final exam it will be able to assess the learners' ability to apply their knowledge. Making judgments (Making judgments) Graduates will: - organize and conduct experiments related to chemical and biotechnological processes of complex type, together with the interpretation of the results obtained and the formulation of a critical judgment on them. - Identify, formulate and solve complex and articulated problems related to the functional design, the management and adaptation of plants in the process industry, chemistry and biotechnology, also based on economic considerations and safety assessment and dell ' environmental impact. The independent judgment skills are accomplished through participation in training activities, including work placement and laboratories and the preparation of the thesis. The teaching methods used include participation in seminars and exercises in the classroom or in the laboratory, conducting individual and group projects, supervised home study and independent study. The achievement of learning outcomes is mainly by the performance of tests, test papers written or oral, execution of projects. Communication skills (communication skills) Graduates will: - demonstrate ability to properly communicate technical and scientific field, through the preparation and presentation of design documents and technical reports relating to the knowledge gained in the training course; - Be able to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to stakeholders specialists and non-specialists also using graphical representation methods. - Be able to actively participate and coordinate a multidisciplinary team. - Use appropriate methods and different languages ​​to communicate effectively with the engineering community, with different interlocutors at a technical level and with society in general. It intends to develop these skills through the teaching of teachers who, using various forms of communication, are an example of effective communication. Moreover the exams, which typically consist of tests both written and oral, are a stimulus to the proper development of communication skills both written and oral, as well as an evaluation of the same. At the end of the training course is planned during the course of a project activity which includes drawings, specifications and technical reports prepared in accordance with international standards. Even the final test provides the opportunity to check the capacity of analysis, processing and communication of the work done in providing discussion, before a commission, a report produced by the student on a subject area of ​​the training course. Participation in internships, internships and study abroad prove to be very useful tools for the development of communication skills of the individual student. employment and career opportunities for graduates Main functions: - coordinates the activities of definition of production processes and processing and the design of systems for the process industry and for the production of energy - supervises the driving of industrial installations for chemical and biotechnological productions, the food industries , pharmaceutical and for the production, distribution and use of energy - designs and manages installations for the clean-up, for the treatment of fumes, for the disposal of waste, for the purification of water and for the remediation of polluted soils - conducting the analysis risk for processes and installations for the processing of raw materials and for industrial activities in general - coordinates research and development activities in the field of process engineering and the production of materials - manages the design of control systems for the processes of transformation - It performs modeling and functional and constructive design of equipment and systems for the process industry. - Promotes innovation in science and technology development in the chemical and biotechnological processes. The course prepares students for professions chemical and petroleum engineers - (2.2.1.5.1) Learning skills (learning skills) Graduates must develop the learning skills necessary to update continuously on methods, techniques and tools specialized in the field of chemical engineering. It shall also be able to source, consult and interpret the main bibliographic sources for the technical literature and the national law, their European and international industry. The graduate must also masterful ability to develop self-learning to enable them to deal profitably higher level courses, such as second-level Master and PhD courses. To achieve these objectives the preparation of some of the compulsory courses and related characterizing require consultation and the use of bibliographic sources. Also the preparation of the final test will allow to develop the learning capacity of the student and will also be a moment of verification by the faculty. Skills required for access To be admitted to the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes must be in possession of degree or university diploma of three years, or five-year single-cycle, or another qualification obtained abroad and recognized as valid. And 'it required the knowledge of the English language at least level B1. The Academic Regulations of the Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes defines the curricular requirements for admission which can not be lower than the following: Degree title or university degree of three years for the obtaining of which have been met: At least 30 credits in the areas identified in the core course classes of L9 (Industrial Engineering); L7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering); L8 (Information Engineering); L27 (Chemical Science and Technology); L2 (Biotechnology). At least 45 credits in the areas identified among the characteristic classes of L9 (Industrial Engineering); L7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering); L8 (Information Engineering); L27 (Chemical Science and Technology); L2 (Biotechnology). five-year university degree in one cycle between those indicated in the academic regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes. It 'also planned to adequate initial preparation with procedures defined in the Academic Regulations of the Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes. The curricular requirements must be fulfilled before the assessment of individual preparation. The Academic Regulations also defines the criteria to be applied in the case of graduates with requirements different from those mentioned above and in the case of foreign students. Also in the Academic Regulations it will eventually be listed among the requirements for admission, the minimum mark and the maximum time for the achievement of the degree to which you possess. The Academic Regulations define the method of verifying the adequacy of the candidates personal preparation. Final exam The final exam consists of the discussion of a thesis, resulting from an activity on a trial, or modeling-design on matters relating to the contents of the Master's Degree Course, to be developed under the guidance of a teacher, also in collaboration with public and private entities , manufacturing and service companies, research centers operating in the field of interest. During the preparation of the student thesis must, first, to analyze the technical and scientific literature on the subject in the study. Downstream of this phase, the graduate will, independently and depending on the type of thesis: - in the case of modeling work, develop and solve the proposed model applied to the problem in order to analyze the corresponding variations in the characteristics variables of the system behavior and be able to interpret the results obtained; - In the case of experimental work, conduct a trial and be able to process the results in a critical way to allow the application even in conditions different from those investigated; - In the case of project work to identify the most convenient process, analyzing the technological, economic, safety, environmental impact and the control dimensioning in all or part of the plant itself. Maximum number of recognizable credits (DM 16/3/2007 Art 4) 9 (Credit recognizable on the basis of professional knowledge and skills certified individually, as well as other knowledge and skills gained through educational activities of post-secondary level to which the design and construction with the university) [-]

Master In Chemical Sciences

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The course of Science in Chemical Sciences is established at the Department of Chemical Sciences and Geological and belongs to the class for the second level degrees in 'Chemistry' (LM-54). The teaching order of the degree course, on the basis of the DM 270 reorganization decrees for the training offer optimization, has been established taking into account the number of students ... [+]

The course of Science in Chemical Sciences is established at the Department of Chemical Sciences and Geological and belongs to the class for the second level degrees in 'Chemistry' (LM-54). The teaching order of the degree course, on the basis of the DM 270 reorganization decrees for the training offer optimization, has been established taking into account the number of students (between 16 and 28 registered annually), the availability of teaching that conducts research, career opportunities and the possibility of access to programs of PhD courses in Chemistry and services available and necessary facilities for the smooth running of activities. For access to the Master of Science in Chemistry, you must have a Bachelor degree or a title obtained abroad and recognized as valid, as well as the curricular requirements and adequate personal preparation in accordance with the provisions of law and in the Academic Regulations for the course. Are curricular requirements for the registration ownership of at least 80 credits distributed among the scientific areas of Mathematics and Physics (20 credits) and Chemistry (60 credits) to be acquired by the student prior to registration. The assessment of personal preparation is performed by means of an entrance test. The Master of Science in Chemistry aims to train professionals with a chemical knowledge level that would provide: the right of access to the programs of the doctoral programs in chemistry; the ability to operate in laboratories, public and private bodies, and also to its management industries; the recognition of the achievement of the required standard to obtain the status of European Chemist provided by the 'European Chemist Registration Board of EuCheMS. In particular the student will acquire: - the theoretical and / mechanistic bases useful to increase knowledge of biological systems at the molecular level and nanoscopic; - The basic concepts of sustainable chemistry, such as the need to create processes with low expenditure of energy and material and with production of low or zero amounts of waste products; - The basis for the design, synthesis, characterization and understanding of structure-property correlations Graduates held activities to promote scientific and technological development and innovation, as well as management and design of the technologies; will also carry out a professional activity and high responsibility in industry, design, synthesis and characterization of new materials, health, nutrition, environment, energy, security, cultural heritage and public administration, independently applying the disciplinary methods of investigation acquired. Function in a work environment Responsible / Lab Manager Analysis Freelance sales representative Access to PhD in Chimca Access to degree courses for teaching Researcher Skills associated with the function Laboratory Manager Chemical Analysis Freelance sales representative Researcher Career opportunities Graduates in Chemistry will be able to enroll in the albo professional of chemist and can find employment in the following fields: Analysis Laboratories (Quality Control: Environment, health, food) Industries: chemical, food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, waste treatment, etc. Laboratories R / D in the industrial field Freelancer scientific information Researcher learning outcomes of the course The Master of Science in Chemistry is activated in class LM - 54, and in accordance with the general objectives of the class, aims to train professionals with a chemical knowledge level that would provide: the right of access to the programs of the doctoral programs in chemistry; the ability to operate in laboratories, public and private bodies, and also to its management industries; the recognition of the achievement of the required standard to obtain the status of European Chemist provided by the 'European Chemist Registration Board of EuCheMS. The Master is divided into a number of common lessons so that students can deepen the knowledge of chemistry in the different disciplines of Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry and Organic Chemistry both from a theoretical point of view and from experimental point of view. In Degree are provided corresponding to professional specializations areas of learning in specific sectors rather large chemistry: what Biosystems Chemistry, Materials Chemistry and Sustainable Chemistry, consistent with the research activities carried out by the teachers of the Security Council, and widely established in the seat, designed to facilitate the enrollment of students with different degrees but with the purpose of achieving the objectives of their class. In general, it should be achieved: the ability to design, synthesize and characterize new and old products, which meets the criteria of efficiency and environmental sustainability; the understanding of the properties of molecules and their ability to interact; the ability to choose and use the most appropriate technologies for analysis in various areas; 's Operating technology for structural determination; familiar with the use of computational techniques. For the purposes indicated, the degree program includes specific areas of learning aimed at achieving by the student: - the theoretical and / mechanistic bases useful to increase knowledge of biological systems at the molecular level and nanoscopic; - The basic concepts of sustainable chemistry, such as the need to create processes with low expenditure of energy and material and with low production or no amounts of waste products; - The basis for the design, synthesis, characterization and understanding of structure-property correlations. [-]

Master In Classical And Modern Philology And Literature

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

Graduates in Philology and classical and modern literature may write to the intellectual and scientific professions highly specialized (eg .: teachers, philologists, linguists, cultural experts etc.), And has privileged access to the teaching and research world ... [+]

Graduates in Philology and classical and modern literature may write to the intellectual and scientific professions highly specialized (eg .: teachers, philologists, linguists, cultural experts etc.), And has privileged access to the teaching and research world. final test characteristics The final exam consists of the discussion of a written paper, through which it is possible to ascertain the skills acquired. The graduate student will develop their own 'Master thesis' under the guidance of a supervisor and will have to prove to be able to use with full mastery of the relevant scientific literature, both in Italian and in foreign languages. The thesis must have the characteristics of an original research work. Skills required for access To enter the Master of Science in Philology and classical and modern literature is subject to the possession of an undergraduate title. The student will have sufficient mastery of basic linguistic analysis methods, historical, literary; It must have a clear chronological framework of the development of the main classical literature (for access to degree LM-15 also of Greek) and Italian literature; He must have a good knowledge of the Latin language (for access to degree LM-15 also of Greek) and its grammatical structures, including through a direct approach to literary texts; You must have acquired basic notions of general linguistics and Italian language; You will have to learn a European language other than Italian, and orient the use of the main computer tools. Students who intend to enter the Master degree program must have matured, upon enrollment, at least 60 credits (depending on the class and the educational path chosen) from the following scientific areas: L-LIN / 10 ; L-LIN / 12; L-LIN / 01; L-LIN / 02; L-LIN / 04; L-LIN / 09; M-GGR / 01; L-ANT / 02; L-ANT / 03; M-STO / 01; M-STO / 02; M-STO / 04. The Regulations further specify the necessary curricular requirements, defining in detail the scientific areas in which - depending on the class and the educational path chosen - will need to have acquired CFU. E 'will be a test of access that checks incoming student knowledge. Title conferred Degree in Philology and Literature Classical and Modern Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation ITALIAN Applying knowledge and understanding General Area Graduates in Philology and classical and modern literature must have developed a good literary sensibility and possess secure capacity for analysis and interpretation in the areas relating to complex systems that characterize the world of culture and information and communication society. It must therefore be able, through the proper use of the most current bibliographic tools, to process and reinterpret the legacy of philological knowledge, literary and linguistic skills acquired, extending them also to external contexts to their specific field of study. Knowledge and understanding General Area Graduates in Philology and classical and modern literature must have acquired a good methodology in the field of historical linguistics and philology and literary research. Must be able to read in their original language literary texts and place them in their cultural, historical and social, recognizing the possible intertextual relations between classical authors and authors of the medieval and modern literature. Must be aware of the problematic aspects related to the understanding and translation of texts belonging to complex cultures like the Greek and Roman ones, and in the case of modern and contemporary literatures, must always be able to understand the relationship between language and culture and the correlation between the formation of languages ​​and geographical, historical and social. Learning ability Graduates in Philology and classical and modern literature must be sufficiently developed conceptualization skills, and be able to conduct their own research in the field flologico, history, languages ​​and literature, properly applying their methodologies and using the latest investigative tools . It must also be in a position to successfully continue to the higher levels of university education (third cycle). Making judgments Graduates in Philology and classical and modern literature must have developed thinking and critical skills and analytical rigor and possess an excellent command of acquired knowledge and methods of investigation pertaining to them, which is indispensable to access to research, both as individual experience both within the working groups. It must have also learned to assess the reality on a proper multicultural dimension, and developed a personal feeling to be applied also with regard to social problems that characterize the contemporary world. communication skills Graduates in Philology and classical and modern literature must be able to transmit, with special exhibition skills and good ability to synthesize the foreground. It must be able to process texts, oral or written, aimed at high-level disclosure. They must also already able to expose scientific knowledge, modulating them according to a structured communication path that has enough teaching effectiveness. Description specific educational goals The Master of Science in Philology and classical and modern literature aims to acquire, engaging in interdisciplinary classical antiquity and the modern world, a preparation designed to develop such a method of analysis and critical reading of texts and languages ​​of the ancient, medieval and modern, as autonomous research skills, study and dissemination of knowledge in the field of philological and literary disciplines, with particular attention to the related language problems. The training course is designed to ensure - also through a direct approach to the texts in the original language - the possession of a solid foundation of historical and literary knowledge and critical-theoretical processes and mechanisms of production, transmission and reception of the text literary and related linguistic phenomena, in a synchronic and diachronic perspective, up to the latest current affairs. Graduates in Philology and classical and modern literature will have acquired a thorough preparation, depending on the branch chosen, in philological studies, linguistic and classical and medieval literature (with particular attention to the historical and cultural contexts of Greek and Latin, in broader scope of the ancient peoples of Europe and the Mediterranean basin), or those of modern literature and contemporary, with a view to subsequent application in research, teaching, and in areas relating to complex systems that characterize the world of culture and the information society. The course provides for the possibility of a joint in different thematic tours (carefully, respectively, linguistic and philological, the LM15 class; those philological and literary, with the disciplines relating to language, literature and culture of Sardinia, in the class LM14), however, built with a view to a fruitful interaction of the methods and content of the study of the ancient world and the modern one, even with regard to detention processes, reuse and transformation of classical texts in the context of modern and contemporary Western culture. The establishment of a wide common training base to all students enrolled in the interclass degree course is pursued through the implementation of all common disciplines to the legal systems of the two Master's Degrees, integrated with an appropriate choice of similar or integrative disciplines. It is the necessary starting point for the necessary level of specialization, with ample training offer range, as well as the scientific quality of the teachers. The training course will take place through lectures, seminars, workshops, practical exercises and other initiatives promoted by the University. There will be periods spent abroad, especially in European exchange programs, as in the framework of inter-specific conventions. [-]

Master In Economic Sciences

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The Master of Science in Economics aims to train specialists who, from in-depth knowledge of the functioning of the economic system, are able to perform some of the more sophisticated features of its public administration and financial institutions. The course offers, in fact, two curricula (Public Administration, Environment and Territory and Money Markets ... [+]

The Master of Science in Economics aims to train specialists who, from in-depth knowledge of the functioning of the economic system, are able to perform some of the more sophisticated features of its public administration and financial institutions. The course offers, in fact, two curricula (Public Administration, Environment and Land Markets Monetary and Financial); one concerning the formation of an expert able to prefigure and analyze the economic impact of public policies of the State and the local communities. This expert can interpret the local development needs and environmental conservation and is able to support the policy maker in the programming activities in the economic and social. The other profile is that of an economist specializing in the functioning of money and financial markets. This professional is able to seamlessly address the complex issues related to the functioning of financial markets, banking intermediation, and to insurance. The frameworks of the course offered are those that develop around the study of money, banking, and financial markets that is of that branch of economics that is geared to the study of methods of allocation and distribution of resources under uncertainty. For the methodological approach and attention to theoretical / formal aspects, both professionals possess a high mastery of the various areas of specialization of the advanced research techniques applied. THE OBJECTIVES General educational goals. The Master of Science in Economics (SE) aims to train graduates with high specialist knowledge on the functioning of the economy at the macro level of the individual firm operating at the micro level. Therefore he must be able to analyze the complexities of contemporary society, to understand the operation of comparative economic systems in their aggregate and at the individual level behavior of agents (households and businesses, consumers and producers), and to resolve economic and social problems both levels of aggregation. The professionalism of the master's degree in Economic Sciences is versatile as it adapts well to hold positions of medium-high level, both in enterprises, both in the public service. specific educational goals. Expert on PA, environmental economics and spatial planning. This professional must be able to assess the economic impact of public policies of the state and the local communities. It must also be an expert in land and environmental planning. It must ultimately be a valuable support to the policy-maker in the preparation of legislation on economic and social policy measures. Economist specializing in the functioning of money and financial markets. These professionals have in-depth expertise of the management mechanisms of monetary policy by central banks and the transmission of its effects in the economic system, as well as their influence on interest rates. He is also an expert in the operation of the stock exchange and financial products markets (equities, bonds, foreign exchange, foreign exchange, derivatives, options, stock index). The evaluation of the quality of the course of Science in Economic Sciences CampusUnica will follow the model developed by the University of Cagliari in agreement with the CRUI. In this regard we will continue to work the group of self-assessment is already operating under the current course of Science in Economic Sciences (class 64 / S). TEACHING The duration of the course is two years for a total of 120 credits, divided into 10 compulsory exams and one choice. 6 credits must also be obtained in the "training and other activities." As for training the Course of Science in Economics he offers a range of potential internship in major companies and public institutions, both locally and nationally. The area "other" activity is characterized by the presence of a series of mini extracurricular courses of 3 credits, geared to the acquisition of specific professional skills, quantitative methods and insights of particularly topical issues. The past years have been activated differential equations courses, sampling methods, spatial analysis with geo-referencing, specialist software tutorials, spatial econometrics laboratory and specific insights into the origins and characteristics of the current financial crisis. The second semester of the second year does not provide for mandatory exams: the maximum effort is required for students on the draft thesis, through which you will have to demonstrate that they have acquired sufficient knowledge of the methods and persviluppare knowledge, of a theoretical nature and topic / or empirical or a professional practice consistent with the route chosen, a written dissertation containing high innovative elements, at least 10,000 words. The knowledge acquired with the attainment of a bachelor degree belonging to classes L-18 and L-33 (MD 270) and classes 17:28 (DM 509), associated with the knowledge of English, are suitable curricular requirements for access the Master of Science. For students holding diplomas from different class from those stated above it will be rated the curriculum for the basic content about the economic and political disciplines and economicoaziendali, principles and legal institutions, the mathematical and statistical tools. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The Master of Science in Economics aims to train specialists who, from in-depth knowledge of the functioning of the economic system, they are able to: a) carry out some of the more sophisticated features of its public administration; b) solve problems of optimal choice under uncertainty in the context of Financial Institutions. function in a work environment: Responsible for decision-making positions in economics and finance skills associated with the function: Regarding the address PA, Environment and Territory: the - contextualization of capacity decisions in general economic environment - choice of instruments than economic and social development goals - choice of instruments than environmental conservation objectives - ex-post evaluation of the policy - to develop independent research projects in the real economy as for the address in the Monetary and Financial Markets: ability to - contextualization of financial decisions in an appropriate macroeconomic environment - follow, in its multidimensional aspects, the evolution of monetary and financial markets; - Proceed to the correct pricing of financial assets - drive (the supply side) the financial institutions in proposing financial engineering products - to drive (the demand side) economic agents in the choice of the most appropriate financial instruments - to develop independent research projects in the field of monetary economics and finance career opportunities: As for the address PA, Environment and Territory: - Employment in Central PA and device as a figure of support to management - managerial career officer in the PA - Programmer in the research departments and program centers of the State and Local Authorities - Expert environment and environmental planning - evaluation Expert of public policies - Researchers at universities and other economic research institutes as for the address in the Monetary and financial markets: - An economist specializing in financial markets - Executive Officer of the bank and businesses insurance - Directive career officer of the financial ministries: economy, treasury, finance, budget, foreign trade - Economist stock market - analyst and financial consultant - Researcher at University and other economic research institutes [-]

Master In Electronic Engineering

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The course in electronic engineering degree favors the development of cross-functional knowledge and skills all'acquisire mastering the techniques of electronics and its applications in different fields of information engineering. [+]

Access to further studies. Courses of Third Cycle Professional status of the title. public and private sectors. final test characteristics. The final exam consists of the discussion of a report for an individual work, carried out by the student under the supervision of at least one professor of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cagliari, about technical aspects and / or relevant scientific area of ​​' information Engineering. The work will consist of a critical analysis of the state or the drafting of a project at least rough or the development of methods and techniques with a degree of originality or a transfer of methods and techniques from different fields in areas of ' information Engineering. The discussion will be held in front of a commission and you can make use of graphic media and IT. Skills required for access. Subject to the possession of the title of university studies degree as provided by law, for access to the course in electronic engineering master laura require the following knowledge and skills: - Ability to understand the text of the written and spoken language such as to identify key aspects of engineering problems. expression skills in spoken and written Italian language such as to allow the provision of reports on technical and engineering relevant topics in the form both colloquial and formal and drafting of project documents. - Ability of the English language, both written and spoken, at least at B1 level. - Logical capacity sufficient to allow us to abstract the fundamental aspects of engineering problems and to identify the cause-effect relationships of physical phenomena. - Knowledge and ability to use some advanced tools of mathematics: *) differential and integral calculus in one and several variables; *) Ordinary differential equations; *) Algebra and vector analysis; *) Matrices, systems of linear equations, eigenvalues ​​and eigenvectors; *) Laplace transforms and Fourier. - Knowledge and ability to understand and describe the main phenomena of physics: *) Mechanical; *) Oscillations and waves; *) Thermodynamics and energy principles; *) Electrostatic and electrodynamics; *) Electromagnetism. - Knowledge and ability to understand and describe the main phenomena of Chemical: *) structure and state of matter; *) Chemical reactions; *) Organic and inorganic chemical compounds. - Knowledge, application knowledge and skills in key areas of information engineering: *) theory and engineering applications of electrical and electronic circuits; *) Structure of matter and characteristics of electronic devices; *) Electronic systems for the analog and digital processing of electrical signals; *) Analysis and feedback control of linear dynamic systems; *) Processing, coding and transmission of electrical signals; *) The structure of computer systems and modern programming languages; *) Emission, transmission and reception of electromagnetic waves; *) Measure theory and operational methods for electrical and electronic measures. The possession of the above mentioned requirements will be verified on the basis of the curriculum and any admission tests for verification of personal preparation, in the manner provided by the academic regulations of the course of studies. specific educational goals. The course in electronic engineering degree favors the development of cross-functional knowledge and skills all'acquisire mastering the techniques of electronics and its applications in different fields of information engineering. Title conferred. Degree in Electronic Engineering Dublin Descriptors: I - Knowledge and understanding Graduates in Electronic Engineering will have acquired knowledge: 1) the methodological and operational aspects of mathematics and natural science related electronic engineering, and computer engineering in general; 2) the methodological and operational aspects of basic and advanced the following specific subjects for electronics engineering: electronics, electrical and electronic measurements, electromagnetic fields, to a level that you can understand and promote technological innovation in the sector; 3) of the advanced methodological-operational aspects of engineering disciplines type of particular interest for the information engineering, and electronics in particular, with specific reference to: for information processing systems, telecommunications, automatic, to a level enabling technology transfer; 4) of the main aspects of economic / social related to the profession of engineer; 5) the specific characteristics of advanced electronic engineering applications in at least one field of engineering information, useful for advanced and innovative applications. Our knowledge of the point 1) have occurred on the basis of satisfying the input requirements and are strengthened in the two years of the course and through their use for the formalization of the phenomena analyzed and the development of advanced engineering techniques in the various engineering courses that through optional and specific related teachings. The specific knowledge set out in points 2) and 3) are checked on the basis of the satisfaction of the input requirements, as regards the basic ones, and thus, as regards those advanced, developed and acquired through optional compulsory courses referring to specific sectors information engineering. The knowledge referred to in point 4) will be developed both through teaching and / or optional internship activities within specific vocational courses in engineering electronics. Knowledge defined in paragraph 5) are acquired either through compulsory courses and optional professionalizing through activities related to the individual work will be the subject of the thesis. As well as through the exams for the various teachings, the acquisition of knowledge and understanding can also be verified through reports and / or interviews during technical / practical activities. II - Applying knowledge and understanding Graduates in Electronic Engineering will have developed: 1) the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and other basic sciences to interpret and describe, even in an original way, the information engineering problems , and in particular electronic; 2) the ability to design tests and experiments on both virtual and real complex systems and understand the results in order to develop innovative solutions to solve typical engineering problems in information engineering, especially in the field of electronics; 3) the ability to apply their skills and to identify solutions to complex engineering problems is to justify, support and argue its technical choices, even innovative, in the context of information engineering profession. These skills are mainly developed in the teachings core and related mandatory through discussion and examination of case studies, as well as during any technical / practices designed activities for integration into the working world. III - Making judgments The Graduate Degree will be able to make its own assessment and / or judgment based on the interpretation of the available data and abstract patterns, as well as identify ways, including original and innovative, the additional data collection that may be necessary in order to achieve greater certainty about complex information engineering issues, particularly electronics. This is expressed by the capacity of knowing how to do, knowing how to take initiatives and decisions in the awareness of the risks, taking into account both the evolution and development of the technique also impact economic and social choices. Well as through specific courses aimed learning the techniques for developing formal models and acquisition and processing of data and signals, these capabilities will be developed throughout the course of studies through the integration of the teachings. The verification of the maturity and independence of judgment is carried out continuously by the teachers during the training through periodic and final audits. In particular, the teachings that provide for significant design component, through exercises, term papers and / or laboratory work, and the final test, based on an original work, to assess the ability of independent judgment of the student. IV - Communication skills The Graduate Degree must know to communicate effectively to the party's ideas and proposals for solutions, including innovative and high complexity, clarifying their ratio as well as information, both technical and general. Will know how to choose the form and the appropriate means of communication interlocutor, both specialist who does not specialist. This will be expressed through the ability to properly use both the technical language that the formal and knowing how to illustrate in a clear and simple concepts and typical information engineering issues, particularly electronics. He will be able to communicate effectively in written and oral form, in English, as well as in Italian. Communication skills input, whose minimum level is considered certified by the graduation of university studies degree, are developed through the teaching of teachers who, using various forms of communication, are an example of effective communication. The exams, providing overall both written and oral evidence, constitute both an incentive to develop both main forms of expression that a verification of the achievement of the same opportunity. It will be valued the acquisition of additional language skills through the recognition of credits for the achievement of knowledge claims of foreign languages ​​at least at level B1, and B2 with respect to the English language. Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation. ITALIAN V - Learning skills The Graduate Degree in Electronic Engineering will have developed self-training skills that are necessary for an engineer to update continuously the evolution of science and technology in the field of information engineering. He has developed the ability to tap into different literature sources, both in Italian and in English, in order to acquire new skills. The Graduate Degree in Electronic Engineering will have the self-learning ability needed to undertake further studies, as a second-level Master courses and Doctorate in the field of information engineering, and in particular electronics, as well as to undertake the task working at research centers and advanced design. its development with regard to advanced and innovative themes of information engineering is achieved with constant reference to various literature sources, also in English giving for granted a significant learning skills certified by the achievement of the university studies of the first level degree, for the preparation of the exams and the final exam. In addition, to facilitate this objective, the Study Programme can organize special seminars on topics of interest to an engineer information. The verification of the ability to learn is contextual to the skills assessment during the exams, including through the use, for some courses, for verification terms that require the preparation of a paper on untreated cases during the courses. [-]

Master In Environmental And Land Engineering

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

Professional fields of the Environment and Territory Graduates in Engineering are associated with SSD, relative allle characterizing training activities and similar provided in the three curriculum of the training program (Environment, Geoengineering and Soil Protection, Planning), as exemplified by the following list: [+]

Professional status of the title. The typical professional fields for graduates of the Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and Land are the advanced design, planning and scheduling, management of complex systems, both in private practice, which in businesses and government or public agencies as well as in the area of ​​scientific and technological research, on the following application areas: - design of treatment plants and solid waste disposal, liquid waste and gaseous, the remediation of contaminated sites, environmental monitoring and analysis and in the workplace , process management, environmental impact assessment, environmental certification; risk analysis in the area, planning and carrying out of urban services, management of treatment facilities, supervised projects and interventions, environmental control, supervisory bodies in the field of safety at work; - Design, implementation and management of operations in the territory such as underground works, foundation works, defense interventions of the territory and environmental recovery, accommodation and consolidation of slopes; development, construction and use of models for the analysis of phenomena typical of the industry with non-traditional methods and techniques; - Research and evaluation, cultivation and exploitation of raw materials, research into new technological applications of mineral substances; economic planning, sustainable management, prevention and impact reduction and environmental risk and social extractive industry; - Environmental planning, spatial and urban, general and implementation, construction and implementation of information systems, analysis, monitoring and management of urban and regional processes, activation of management procedures and evaluation of acts and planning tools and their complex programs. The definition of employment prospects derived from ascertainment of the needs of Interested Parties of the World of Work (PIML), detected either by specially crafted questionnaires by the Security Council, and from the analysis of the selection process calls for proposals, in particular by the results of special investigations by the Security Council on the employment opportunities for graduates specialists in Engineering for the Environment and Territory of the last three years and the results obtained by AlmaLaurea. final test characteristics. The student with the final test expresses the communication skills, demonstrating ability to synthesize in describing complex problems, present them as general dall'inquadramento and definition of objectives, indicating the instruments used and the results achieved or achievable with a particular activity . Prove that you can analyze and process the information and environmental data in an integrated manner, even if limited and incomplete, to make judgments and assessments about the complex environmental issues. also it demonstrates its ability to communicate its findings and knowledge on the environmental problems and related solutions provided, the reason for its choice, to interloicutori specialists and non-specialists. He recognizes, formula and faces in analytical terms and using techniques, procedures and instruments to date, a wide range of problems, characterized by a high degree of complexity still referring to well-defined areas of Engineering for the Environment and Territory. It proves to be able to apply their knowledge in various fields to the solution of environmental problems which by their nature require a strong interdisciplinary background (as provided by the Dublin Descriptors). The Bachelor of Science includes the presentation of a thesis, written in an original manner by the student under the guidance of one or more speakers, demonstrating mastery of the subjects, the ability to work independently and a good level of ability in communication. The thesis may consist in carrying out original research activity or in the definition of a design problem complex interdisciplinary level, which are developed under the supervision of the / of the speaker (s), even in the laboratories of the Faculty of Engineering or during an internship with external parties or at foreign universities, as part of cooperation agreements (Erasmus or other). In dissertation work the graduate must demonstrate its original contribution and the ability to apply their knowledge. In this demonstration it is aimed discussion of the dissertation with the doctoral committee. The thesis is assigned by the teacher that the student chooses to address, within the disciplines of the Master of Science. The thesis can be written in Italian or in another EC language (English, French or Spanish), in particular if it is the result of a foreign operation. Skills required for access. To be admitted to the Master's Degree must be in possession of three-year degree or another qualification obtained abroad and recognized as valid. Before enrollment, it must ensure that they meet the curricular requirements and verified the adequacy of personal preparation, in the manner defined in the academic regulations and determined by the board of CdS. The regulations of the Degree Course, of which the address listed in the external links below, set out in detail, art. 4, the curricular requirements and personal preparation required for admission, and the procedures for verification of the adequacy of personal preparation. In particular, among these requirements is reported the following (Art. 4, penultimate paragraph): "To access the course Bachelor of Science students must also have proven knowledge of English (level B1 language)". This requirement effectively addresses the requirements of the educational objectives of the class, which state that "Graduates from the Master's degree course must be able to be fluent in written and oral form, at least one European language other than the 'Italian with reference to disciplinary lexicons ". specific educational goals. Professional fields of the Environment and Territory Graduates in Engineering are associated with SSD, relative allle characterizing training activities and similar provided in the three curriculum of the training program (Environment, Geoengineering and Soil Protection, Planning), as exemplified by the following list: - soil (GEO / 05 GEO / 11 ICAR / 01 ICAR / 02 ICAR / 07, ING-IND / 28); - Waste Management (ICAR / 02 ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 25, ING-IND / 28, ING-IND / 29); - Management of raw materials and environmental resources (ING-IND / 29); - Occupational safety and environmental protection (ING-IND / 28); - Territorial Planning (GEO / 09, ICAR / 05 ICAR / 06 ICAR / 20). The Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and Land Management aims to offer the student a scientific and advanced vocational training in engineering with specific skills in their interdisciplinary areas, through a broad common path in which you consolidate the knowledge considered most important for the professional who wants to form, both through educational activities characterizing guy with supplementary and complementary activities and workshops. The educational objectives of the course of studies for obtaining the Master of Science in Engineering for the Environment and Territory, intended as roles for which prepare the student, involve the formation of a professional able to recognize, formulate and solve, even for using techniques, procedures and innovative tools, a wide range of problems characterized by a high degree of complexity, related to environment and to the territory. In particular, after in-depth aspects of mathematical modeling with the inclusion, among the supplementary and complementary disciplines, the scientific code Numerical Analysis (MAT / 08) and the fixing of compulsory computer lab (ING-INF / 05) between the training activities referred to in Decree 270/2004, art. 10 co. 5 letter. d) training efforts aim to provide the graduate in Environmental Engineering and Land-depth knowledge of the methods of soil investigation and monitoring of the risk of pollution or polluted environments (GEO / 05 GEO / 11 and ING-IND / 28), intervention technologies for the remediation of contaminated sites (ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 29 and ING-IND / 28), as well as modeling aspects related to environmental processes and phenomena related in particular to both surface and underground waters (ICAR / 01 and GEO / 05). In addition, students will complete this preparation with the choice of an optional course in a list of courses considered most suitable for this purpose. Another mandatory laboratory will allow the masterful majoring in IAT to achieve a vocational preparation technology of geographic information systems, now indispensable tool for an engineer to take care of environment and territory. Other specific objectives are to be recognized in the following: - care and sensitivity to environmental issues and risks of technologies, which constitute, moreover, the object of the engineer for the environment and the territory (ICAR / 01 ICAR / 03 , GEO / 05 GEO / 11, ING-IND / 28, ING-IND / 29); - Awareness of issues relating to occupational safety (ING-IND / 28); - Thorough understanding of the technical standards and safety legislation, environment and territory, along with the ability to constantly follow the evolution (ING-IND / 28, ICAR / 03 ICAR / 20, GEO / 11). With the completion of the training activities provided for in the master's degree in curriculum IAT will acquire the capacity to conceive, plan, design and manage systems, processes, and services and / or innovative, and highly complex experiments, especially in the professional field related to selected curriculum. Also based on the needs expressed by students of the Master of Science that the world of work, collected through specific surveys carried out by the Security Council, it is believed that, tentatively, the guidelines offered by the Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and territory may allow students to explore the following areas: - advanced design, construction / implementation and management of the works of the supply water treatment, civil and industrial waste waters, gaseous effluents, solid waste (ICAR / 03, ING -IND / 25, ING-IND / 29); - Recognition, prevention and rehabilitation of the hydro-geological phenomena, slope instability, arrangement and management of river basins, coastal regime and design and verification of defense works, study and geological-technical characterization of soils as a function of the works that will have to insist and analysis of their interactions, evaluation of the consequences of engineering interventions, and its volume (ICAR / 01 ICAR / 02 GEO / 05 ICAR / 07, ING-IND / 28); - Planning from macro-scale to micro-scale analysis of both general plans, implementation and industry (municipal urban plans, detailed plans, waste management plans, etc.), That complex programs (instruments relating to the negotiated planning, territorial integrated projects, strategic plans) with special focus on management aspects; study, evaluation, development and sustainable management of earth resources, prevention and impact reduction and environmental and social risk extractive industry (ICAR / 20, GEO / 09, ICAR / 05 ICAR / 06). There are three curriculum of the training course: Environment, Geoengineering and Soil Protection, Planning. The training activities provided for in the first year are the same for all curriculum, that stand in the second year as reported in the Study Programme. training activities are provided by the student. They must be consistent with the training of the individual student, and therefore require prior approval of the CCS. Title conferred. MSc in Environmental and land management engineering Dublin Descriptors: I - Knowledge and understanding Graduates in Engineering for the Environment and Territory: - depth knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of mathematics and other specific subjects and has the ability to use that knowledge to interpret and describe complex engineering problems or those requiring a interdisciplinary approach (MAT / 08, GEO / 11, ING-IND / 28, ICAR / 01); - Depth knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, both in general and specifically in relation to engineering for the environment and for the land, which they are able to identify, formulate and solve, also using innovative, complex problems or those that require an interdisciplinary approach (GEO / 11 ICAR / 01 ICAR / 03 ICAR / 20, GEO / 05, ING-IND / 28, ING-IND / 29); - Depth knowledge of the technical standards and safety legislation, environment and land, and is able to constantly follow the evolution (ING-IND / 28, ICAR / 03 ICAR / 20); - Depth knowledge of the issues related to the characterization and monitoring of sites, hydrogeology and the analysis and prevention of landslides (GEO / 05 GEO / 11 ICAR / 01 ICAR / 02 ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 28); - Has consolidated knowledge on hygiene and safety and the environment, with specialized expertise on injury risk, emergency and safety at temporary or mobile construction sites (ING-IND / 28); - Know the main references and methodologies to treat the inclusion of issues related to the urban planning and large area in the Strategic Environmental Assessment process (ICAR / 20); - Knows the modeling aspects related to environmental processes and phenomena related in particular to the waters, both surface and groundwater; - Knows the intervention technologies for the remediation and securing of contaminated sites (ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 28, ING-IND / 29); - It is able to recognize, formulate and deal in analytical terms, and by means of techniques, procedures and instruments to date, a wide range of problems, characterized by a high degree of complexity, however, referring to well-defined areas of the engineering for the 'environment and the territory. The knowledge and understanding will be acquired through lectures, tutorials, workshops and self-study and will be verified in the course tests, in the discussion and correction of exercises, in the design documents provided in some teachings and final examinations of professed disciplines within the indicated SSD. Especially those listed on the first 3 points will be verified on the basis of the satisfaction of the input requirements and will be strengthened in the two-year course with its deepening as part of planned lessons. Specific knowledge will also be developed through technical visits planned to plants or sites of interest. II - Applying knowledge and understanding The Environment and Territory Graduates in Engineering: - is able to conceive, plan, design and manage systems, complex and / or innovative processes and services (GEO / 05 ICAR / 01 ICAR / 03 ICAR / 20 ING-IND / 28); - It is able to design and manage highly complex experiments (ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 28, ING-IND / 29); - Has care and sensitivity to environmental issues and risks of technologies, which also are the subject of its activity (ICAR / 01 ICAR / 03 ICAR / 20, GEO / 05, ING-IND / 28, ING-IND / 29); - Knows how to set the drafting of a Safety Plan and Coordination (ING-IND / 28); - It is able to apply their knowledge in various fields to the solution of environmental problems which, by their nature, require a strong interdisciplinary background; - Knows how to plan and design with technical skills and tools, processes and technological and infrastructure components for the recovery, preservation and utilization of environmental and territorial resources (ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 28, ICAR / 20, GEO / 05 GEO / 09); - It is able to identify, design and manage interventions remediation and securing of contaminated sites (ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 28, ING-IND / 29). The master also majoring in Environmental Engineering and Land will acquire specific skills in the curriculum, in particular related to: - the ability to define, design and management of the works of de-pollution of water and air, of complex systems management and treatment of solid and liquid waste and for the recovery of materials and energy from solid and liquid waste matrices (ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 25, ING-IND / 29); - Ability to analyze and design the interactions between engineering structures and the ground with the application of scientific knowledge, ability to appreciate the consequences of engineering interventions and to define the size (ICAR / 01 ICAR / 02 GEO / 05 ING-IND / 28); ability to recognize, prevent and rehabilitate instability phenomena and slope instability, as well as to design and manage interventions of arrangement of river basins and coastal defense (ICAR / 01 ICAR / 02 GEO / 05, ING-IND / 28 ); - Ability to select the technical, methodological and operational aspects and the most appropriate design choices, intended to cover the various aspects related to the geo-resources: exploration, study and evaluation of deposits of mineral raw materials; the extraction and exploitation of the same; the search for new technological applications of mineral substances; economic planning, sustainable management, prevention and impact reduction and environmental and social risk extractive industry (GEO / 09, ING-IND / 28, ING-IND / 29); - Ability to interpret and design both master plans, implementation and industry (municipal urban plans, detailed plans, waste management plans, etc.), that complex programs (instruments relating to the negotiated planning, integrated territorial projects, strategic plans) with particular focus on management aspects (ICAR / 02 ICAR / 06 ICAR / 20, GEO / 09). The ability to apply the knowledge gained in teaching courses related to SSD indicated will be developed in particular in the exercises, in workshops, in design studies and especially in the preparation of the dissertation, even with the use of specific calculation tools. The acquisition of these skills will be tested in exams and in the discussion of the various elaborate profit of various disciplines and the final thesis defense. III - Making judgments Graduates in IAT has the ability to: - analyze and process the information and environmental data in an integrated manner, even if limited and incomplete, to make judgments and assessments about the complex environmental issues; - Identify, predict, analyze and evaluate the effects of engineering solutions on the social and physical environment (ICAR / 01 ICAR / 20 ICAR / 03, ING-IND / 28, GEO / 11); - Carry out risk assessments for safety and health at work, from data collection, through processing and analysis, until the formulation of an acceptability judgment (ING-IND / 28). To this end all the teachings, and in particular those of applied nature, will accompany the theoretical training with practical exercises and project-type processing that will stimulate critical skills and students' self-development. In addition the strong interdisciplinary character of the study program and attention to the formulation of teaching programs and their complementarity will allow graduates to gain an overview of environmental issues and assess the relevant aspects. The preparation of the final thesis also will further strengthen the capacity of independent judgment of the students. The verification of the achievement of these results will be conducted with the discussion and review of the documents, with the evidence from examinations and, in particular, the exposure of the thesis in the final test. IV - Communication skills Graduates in the IAT is able to: - communicate its findings and knowledge on the environmental problems and related solutions provided, the reason for its choice, to both specialist and non-specialist; - Communicate in writing and orally in English. These skills will be developed and verified with the exams, which in general include both written and oral tests, constituting an incentive to communicate in different forms. In addition they will also be developed through several moments of discussion and debate in the workshops and in the various opportunities to meet with representatives of the world of work (conferences or seminars, guided tours etc.). The preparation and discussion of the dissertation are planned to verify the acquisition of the ability to present an issue, even complex, interdisciplinary, starting dall'inquadramento General and the definition of objectives, indicating the instruments used and the results achieved or achievable with some activity. Public final presentation enables graduates to develop a capacity for synthesis in even describe complex problems to specialist and non-specialists. It will be valued the acquisition of additional language skills, in addition to those acquired in the Bachelor's degree, through the recognition of credits for language proficiency certificates superior to the B1 level for English. They will be encouraged by the many trips abroad Erasmus mobility agreements developed by the MC IAT and urged the drafting of the thesis in English when carried out as part of one of those periods. V - Learning skills Thanks to the solid and extensive training provided characterizing the graduate in IAT, he possesses the necessary tools to deepen even autonomy aspects of greatest relevance for the next business activities and to keep up to date on regulatory developments, science and technology. To facilitate this objective, the course of studies can organize special seminars on topics of interest to an environmental engineer, also held by Visiting professor of foreign universities. The verification of the ability to learn is contextual to competency testing during the examination papers to especially takes place at the stage of review of design documents developed independently by students. The student mobility programs, highly developed by the MC IAT, constitute an additional opportunity for development of learning ability, under different contexts than their own. [-]

Master In Food Science And Nutrition

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The main career opportunities for graduates in Food Science and Nutrition are offered by food companies, dietary and pharmaceutical, by catering companies and hospital catering, public and private bodies in charge of food control, the institutions that deal dell ' power as a function of health effects ... [+]

The main career opportunities for graduates in Food Science and Nutrition are offered by food companies, dietary and pharmaceutical, by catering companies and hospital catering, public and private bodies in charge of food control, the institutions that deal dell ' power as a function of the effect on the health and welfare of individuals. In reference to assets classified by ISTAT can be recognized as part of job opportunities: professional activities and entrepreneurial free- within the Life Sciences (2.3.1.1 Biologists and similar); professional qualified in the ASL activities (5.4) as part of the health services, food and nutrition (SIAN). This course also allows access to research and graduate schools doctorate courses and provides an outlet also in research (2.6.2 Researchers and technical graduates). Employment opportunities for graduates of the class can relate to: - information and education, addressed to institutional investors and the general population, the food guidelines and food safety. - Collaboration to the accreditation procedures and monitoring of laboratories and health care facilities with regard to the preparation, storage and distribution of food. - Collaboration to investigate sometimes food consumption monitoring, nutritional knowledge of trends and effects on body composition of the population. - Investigations on the bioavailability of nutrients in foods and their effects. - Monitoring activity on food quality working with the structures of the National Health Service. The LM-61 Sciences of Human Nutrition is recognized by the National Order of Biologists, and is entitled to admission to the relevant state examination, after which it can be signed up for the relevant Professional Register. final test characteristics. The Master of Science in Food Science and Nutrition is achieved by passing the final exam (exam Degree) which consists of the discussion in public in front of a committee of teachers, a written paper prepared by the student under the guidance of a professor of the Faculty of Biology and Pharmacy, regarding an exploratory original research carried out at a facility of the University of Cagliari or other public or private body (subject to the favorable opinion of the CCS). The final test is intended to demonstrate the maturity of the candidate in terms of operational autonomy, the equipment management, methodologies and evaluation tools, its ability to link the different knowledge learned over the course of studies as well as their communication skills and knowledge transfer. Skills required for access To be admitted to CdLM Sciences Food and Nutrition students must have the degree or the University Diploma of three years, or another qualification obtained abroad and recognized as valid. The Academic Regulations for the course of study determines the requirements for access in terms of CFU and SSD base and core and the criteria for the assessment of individual preparation. The minimum knowledge required in the different disciplines, and the detailed rules of evidence for the assessment of individual preparation are shown in detail in the Academic Regulations of the LM. In the event that previous tests highlighting deficiencies in relation to requirements, the applicant, before completing the enrollment, will have to give evidence to the overcoming of (such) deficiencies in the manner prescribed in the Academic Regulations for the Course itself . The maximum number of students admitted to the Master of Science is scheduled according to the availability of teaching facilities (classrooms, laboratories) used for the conduct of practical activities. Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation ITALIAN Applying knowledge and understanding Biomedical disciplines (BIO / 09 Physiology; BIO / 10 Biochemistry) Acquiring application skills for biochemical nutritional assessment of the main nutrients, biological mechanisms of metabolism and the control mechanisms of the metabolic pathways in normal and special conditions (physical activity, fasting), and the application of the main needs assessment techniques nutrition in different physiological conditions (newborn, when body growth, adult, pregnancy, etc.). Disciplines of human nutrition (BIO / 14 Pharmacology; MED / 12 gastroenterology; MED / 13 Endocrinology; MED / 42 General and applied hygiene) Application of methods of analysis, prevention and control of health risks. Acquisition of application expertise for the evaluation of the role of specific foods / components on health as well as for the evaluation of food safety and their fitness for human consumption. Disciplines for the characterization of food and management of the agri-food system (CHIM / 01 Analytical chemistry; CHIM / 10 Food chemistry) Acquisition of application skills for the study by means of spectroscopic techniques of chemical-physical characteristics of food matrices. Ability to interpret the analytical data with a statistical approach. Related (BIO / 08 Anthropology; CHIM / 02 - Physical Chemistry; CHIM / 09 technological application Pharmaceutical; MED / 04 General pathology) Acquisition of application knowledge of techniques and methods of measurement of body composition through anthropometry and methods aimed at dietary surveys and the nutritional screening. application skills of some instrumental analytical techniques and the processing of the test data. Acquisition of application skills related to laboratory diagnostics, in particular in relation to lipid and glucose metabolism and to the determination of markers of cardiovascular risk and atherosclerosis. Knowledge and understanding Biomedical disciplines (BIO / 09 Physiology; BIO / 10 Biochemistry) Depth knowledge of the chemistry of the main classes of macromolecules of nutritional interest (proteins, sugars, lipids), their function and the relationship between structure and function, as well as the physiological and functional aspects of the processes that allow you to edit and use and maintenance matters mechanisms of power adjustment; knowledge of the main methods of assessment of nutritional status, energy needs and nutrients in various age and physiological conditions; knowledge of the reactions of the main metabolic pathways (catabolic and anabolic) and their subdivision in organs and human tissues. The knowledge listed above are verified by means of oral and / or written tests. Disciplines of human nutrition (BIO / 14 Pharmacology; MED / 12 Gastroenterology; MED / 13 Endocrinology; MED / 42 General and Applied Hygiene) Depth knowledge of gastrointestinal diseases that alter the absorption and utilization of nutrients, the nutritional changes during gastrointestinal diseases, liver, pancreas and kidney, of the technical evaluation of the state of nutrition, prebiotic and probiotic properties. Knowledge on the pathophysiology of endocrine and metabolic diseases which avail themselves, in clinical practice, a behavioral and nutritional therapeutic support. Solid understanding of the nutritional and sanitary properties of the various components of food, even at the molecular level, and the epidemiological characteristics of the main diseases transmitted via food. Knowledge of the main eating disorders and eating behavior and its drug therapy. The knowledge listed above are verified by means of oral and / or written tests. Disciplines for the characterization of food and management of the agri-food system (CHIM / 01 Analytical chemistry; CHIM / 10 Food chemistry) Depth knowledge on contaminants in foodstuffs, with special attention to the sources of pollution, the way in which food can be contaminated and their toxic action mechanisms of different xenobiotic, as well as knowledge of the changes that occur in food with particular reference to the mechanisms of the reactions involved, the consequences on the matrix and nutritional implications. analytical chemistry, classics and instrumental methods applied to the analysis of foods. The knowledge listed above are verified by means of oral and / or written tests. Related (BIO / 08 Anthropology; CHIM / 02 - Physical Chemistry; CHIM / 09 technological application Pharmaceutical; MED / 04 General pathology) Depth knowledge on the action power on micro- and macro-evolutionary processes and behavioral relationships between food, nutrition and epidemiology of malnutrition by excess and by default. Detailed knowledge of the chemical and physical properties of nutrients and non-nutrients found in food, and changes brought about by cooking and processing industry and conservation. Knowledge of the legislative aspects of the special food and dietary supplement industry. Depth knowledge on the relationship between multifactorial diseases and eating, with reference to the role of nutrition in the onset is that in the prevention of such diseases. Knowledge of specific analytical methods for evaluating the toxicity or the contribution of the real benefits of certain food components in relation to particular diseases. The knowledge listed above are verified by means of oral and / or written tests. Learning ability Graduates will be able to learn independently sources of professional development, including those available online (eg. specialized data banks), and to use them in an appropriate way to deal with the constant updating of scientific knowledge and skills necessary to the profession, considering that this is a sector characterized by large rate of change of both the issues of methodologies. Making judgments Graduates will be able to gather and interpret the theoretical and experimental data in the literature in their field of study, in order to develop, evaluate and solve problems, both simple and complex, they occur in the various circumstances of the profession, tending into account the social and ethical implications related to their work. By learning provided by the courses that include laboratory activities and courses as part of the related activities, it will also have acquired knowledge and skills in research laboratory techniques and investigation on the assessment of nutritional status and body composition, which allow, for example, to know how to take nutritional strategies to prevent the onset of diseases. The monitoring of the achievement of learning outcomes in terms of independent evaluation will be carried out during the verification of income of the individual teachings, through the evaluation of the ability to discuss in groups or with individual teachers and during the preparation, drafting and discussion of the thesis. communication skills Graduates, thanks to the knowledge acquired in the course, will have the ability to clearly and uses appropriate language to communicate information, ideas and solutions to problems interlocutors to specialists and non-specialists, nationally and internationally, through proper oral and written forms. It will clearly communicate the Directives issued by the National and European authorities, which ranks as one of the interfaces between the different expertise available in their respective workplaces. He will be able to interact and communicate effectively in the workplace, with different figures level of specialization, not only in the food industry and will own attitudes to teamwork and mastery of common IT tools. These skills will be acquired through individual and group activities in the course of your training, both in the preparation for oral argument scheduled for overcoming some tests, both in seminars or workshops for the development of specific projects . The assessment of these skills will be the occasion of the passing of examinations of individual teachings and, in particular, the final examination. employment and career opportunities for graduates Biologist / expert with responsibility functions responsible for the application and execution with technical and professional autonomy of activities that involve the use of advanced methodologies, innovative and experimental with a solid background from the technological point of view on methods of investigation in the biomedical field with particular with respect to the field of food and human nutrition. The main career opportunities for graduates in Food Science and Nutrition are offered by food companies, dietary and pharmaceutical, by catering companies and hospital catering, public and private bodies in charge of food control, the institutions that deal dell ' power as a function of the effect on the health and welfare of individuals. In reference to assets classified by ISTAT can be recognized as part of job opportunities: professional activities and entrepreneurial free- within the Life Sciences (2.3.1.1 Biologists and similar); qualified professional activities in the structures of the National Health Service (5.4) in the context of health services, food and nutrition (SIAN). This course also allows access to research and graduate schools doctorate courses and provides an outlet also in research (2.6.2 Researchers and technical graduates). Skills associated with the function Biologist / expert with responsibility functions responsible for the application and execution with technical and professional autonomy of activities that involve the use of advanced methodologies, innovative and experimental with a solid background from the technological point of view on methods of investigation in the biomedical field with particular with respect to the field of food and human nutrition. Biologist Nutritionist: determination of optimal diets for canteens, communities, sports teams, etc. in relation to their composition and the characteristics of the subjects; determination of the optimal human diet identifiable in relation to ascertained pathophysiological conditions. Researcher at public and private institutions: setting experimental designs, using principal analytical laboratory techniques, data analysis, field sampling methods. Consultant food companies: collaboration with the accreditation and surveillance procedures with regard to the preparation, storage and distribution of food. Professional activities at the National Health Service structures: information activities and education, addressed to institutional investors and the general population, about nutrition and food safety standards; collaboration in food consumption surveys sometimes supervision, knowledge of nutritional trends and effects on body composition of the population. Function in the context of work Biologist / expert with responsibility functions responsible for the application and execution with technical and professional autonomy of activities that involve the use of advanced methodologies, innovative and experimental with a solid background from the technological point of view on methods of investigation in the biomedical field with particular with respect to the field of food and human nutrition biologist nutritionist Researcher at public and private institutions Consultant food companies Professional activities at the National Health Service structures Description specific educational goals The central importance of nutrition in health promotion is underscored in recent years by initiatives and campaigns World Health Organization, the FAO, the European Union and the Italian Government. Power is indicated as one of the three central themes of the Ministry of Health and is part of the strategic objectives of the Sardinia Region. protective factors of great effectiveness, to myocardial infarction, vascular diseases, and digestive diseases, are contained in different traditional foods. In fact, the consolidated results of epidemiological studies show a potential benefit to human health deriving from proper nutrition and conscious, which allows to avoid a cancer case on three in the general population. Specifically, the "Mediterranean diet" is particularly appreciated for the whole of its high protection level components. Monitoring of body composition for different human types is an essential tool for the prevention of multifactorial diseases, such as diabetes, obesity, certain cardiovascular disorders, and for the detection of subclinical effects on health status. In addition, knowledge of the genetic predisposition to multifactorial diseases helps to understand the different effects of food on different individuals. The CdLM in Food Science and Nutrition, launched in collaboration between the former Faculty of Pharmacy and Physical and Natural Sciences, now pertaining to the Faculty of Biology and Pharmacy, aims to produce graduates with specific knowledge, which will also be achieved through a thorough understanding of the most innovative analytical methodologies, and related, in the physiology and biochemistry of nutrition industry, chemistry, with a focus on highlighting the components of xenobiotics and additives in food, the food pathophysiology in children and adults, the problems related to the relationship between diet and multifactorial diseases, epidemiology, food hygiene and toxicology. The student must know and detect the presence of microbiological changes in stored food and industrial production, risks related to the presence of allergens and additives, hygiene and organizational characteristics of the community nutrition. There will also be a highly specialized courses that address issues of food chemistry, functional foods and food supplements, and nutritional aspects related to the health of mankind. Finally, annual seminars are planned, taught by researchers and experts in the relevant fields of the science of nutrition. Graduates also master must possess a remarkable mastery of mathematical, computer and statistics that can allow him to be able to effectively use the techniques for the acquisition and analysis of data. Graduates also master will be familiar with the scientific methods of investigation that will ensure scientific autonomy and design capability that can be used in different fields, with particular regard to scientific research and the diagnostic activities in the food sector. The training activities are directed to the study epidemiologically, physiological, pathological and sanitation of the relationship between diet and health status (from the product specifications of the food matrix or the health of the individual). The course is aimed at training experts in: activities and promotion of scientific and technological development as well as management and design of technologies in the field of food and human nutrition; Professional work and project-related fields with the power, in the fields of industry, agriculture, health and public administration, particularly with regard to the dissemination and use of such knowledge (biological and microbiological analysis laboratories; biological control and food quality). Graduates in CdLM in Food Science and Nutrition must acquire knowledge and skills, with different levels of depth, targeted to: - Gain a thorough understanding of the pathophysiology of digestion and absorption. The training activities of the disciplines of the BIO / 09 fields (Physiology), MED / 04 (Pathology), MED / 12 (Gastroenterology) meet these requirements. - Apply the main laboratory techniques for the evaluation of the quality of food and learn to interpret the results. The training activities of the disciplines of the MED / 42 (hygiene sectors), CHIM / 01 (Analytical Chemistry), CHIM / 02 (Physical Chemistry) meet these requirements. - Use the new technologies applied to food and human nutrition in order to evaluate and improve nutritional quality and food safety. The training activities of the disciplines of the MED / 42 (hygiene sectors), CHIM / 10 (Food chemistry), CHIM / 02 (Physical Chemistry) meet these requirements. - To evaluate the nutritional status and know the nutritional problems of the population in specific physiological conditions such as pregnancy, lactation, growth, aging, and have a thorough knowledge on the action power on the micro and macro-evolutionary processes. The training activities of the disciplines of the BIO / 09 fields (Physiology), BIO / 10 (Biochemistry), BIO / 14 (Pharmacology), BIO / 08 (Anthropology), MED / 04 (Pathology), MED / 12 (Gastroenterology), MED / 13 (Endocrinology) meet these requirements. - Having developed skills to the work of the multidisciplinary team and a good grasp of the scientific method of investigation and design. - Being able to use fluent English (or another language of the European community as well as Italian), with reference to disciplinary vocabularies. [-]

Master In Geological Technologies And Sciences

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The degree program is structured with a first year in which they are addressed teachings characterize the main scientific areas (SSD) of Geology, by GEO / GEO 01/08. The teachings of the second year round areas of Earth Sciences with the teachings of integrative disciplines which allow to give students a broader view of the scope of ... [+]

The Master of Science in Science and Technology Geological lasts two years and confers the academic title of master's degree. For graduation, students must obtain 120 credits. The ordinary period for the conduct of educational activities is established for each AA between 1 October and 30 June. The educational activities each year is divided into two semesters: usually the first starts the first week of October, according to the first week of March. E 'request frequency for each individual teaching of at least 60% of the hours of teaching and 80% of the hours required for laboratory and / or soil. For students engaged in part-time must attend at least for the practical-applicative activities. The signatures of the frequency control is by the individual teacher. The degree program is structured with a first year in which they are addressed teachings characterize the main scientific areas (SSD) of Geology, by GEO / GEO 01/08. The teachings of the second year round areas of Earth Sciences with the teachings of integrative disciplines which allow to give students a broader view of the scope of Earth Sciences. There will be 12 credits of educational activities chosen by the student. In addition, 6 credits are dedicated to training activities to be carried out in public and / or private organizations to acquire and / or improve knowledge about the educational objectives of the degree course. The final exam consists in the presentation, in open court before a Commission, a report drawn up by the student. The degree program has the specific training objective the acquisition of advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of Earth Sciences that allow the graduate direct access to the world of work. In addition to the exercise of the profession of Geologist, after the state exam, the graduates will find jobs in public institutions, laboratories and research centers, companies and professional firms in various fields of Earth Sciences. According to the ISTAT classification, the degree prepares for the following professions: - Geologists - Paleontologists - Geophysicists - Hydrologists Courses Stratigraphy of sedimentary basins Regional Geology and Petrology of Crystalline (1) Applied Hydrogeology and instability of slopes (1) Micropaleontology applied (2) Geoarchaeology (2) Applied Geomorphology (2) environmental mineralogy (2) Hydrogeochemistry (2) Tectonics and Geodynamics (2) geophysical techniques for the characterization of materials geotechnical Optional Courses training Final exam (Thesis) (1) Required Courses (2) specific courses of field; between the teachings that characterize the area, students must follow four courses: 1 Scope A (GEO / 01 GEO / 02 and GEO / 03), 1 field B (GEO / 04 and GEO / 05) and 2 of area C (GEO / 06 GEO / 07 and GEO / 08). [-]

Master In Management

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The Degree in Managerial Economics aims to prepare students for a qualified entry into the world of work and to work, with adequate capacity, in business management functions as well as in organizations and public administrations and associates of economic consulting activities company. In particular, the training develops the analytical skills and ... [+]

The Degree in Managerial Economics aims to prepare students for a qualified entry into the world of work and to work, with adequate capacity, in business management functions as well as in organizations and public administrations and associates of economic consulting activities company. In particular, the training develops the capacity for analysis and interpretation of company events and increases the ability to take decisions concerning the management of the company. The course has been designed so as to be dynamic and attentive to new scenarios that are emerging in the business world with a practical and operational approach through additional courses and internships in the production units and, more generally, in organizations. Regarding the organization of supply teaching the degree course is based on an interdisciplinary approach, alongside the traditional lectures are expected supplementary courses and seminars taught by experts of various business sectors, legal and economic. They are also expected to lecture cycles in English and encouraged the internationalization of the curriculum projects. EDUCATIONAL GOALS The degree course in Managerial Economics takes as specific objectives the set of theoretical and methodological knowledge of business economics nature, with the necessary supplementary cognitive supports and instrumental nature of general economic, legal and statistical mathematician, aimed at providing the knowledge to work with adequate capacity in business management functions with industrial activity, commercial and of services, as well as in organizations and public administrations and in associated economic and business counseling. In particular, the relevant knowledge are reflected in the curriculum in the credits reserved to the teachings of the sectors SECS-P / 07 (Accounting and Budget and Accounting for direction), SECS-P / 08 (Economics and Techniques of communication and Economics and the direction of companies), SECS-P / 01 (Economia decisions), SECS-S / 03 (economic Statistics), IUS / 04 (corporate Law) and IUS / 12 (tax Law). Additional credits core and supplementary are assigned for specific studies, in particular relating to: - the management of decision-making in private companies (over decision-making processes in organizations); - Administrative, legal, tax and accounting (professional technical courses, financial and currency management); - Planning and control of company management (so of Strategic Management, Social Responsibility in organizations, market analysis); - Management of institutions and public authorities (of public enterprises economics courses, Management of human resources). The combined set of such credits, together with the active way in which you plan to carry out the teaching and learning tests, are functional to facilitate the necessary capacity for knowledge and understanding of the company's economic reality with which the graduate will have to measure using independent judgment and ability to learn evolution of the economic and business systems and speaking with appropriate communication skills. The Master of Science in Managerial Economics provides advanced skills in business, economics, law and mathematical statistics. The degree program, in line with the objectives of the owner class, aims to prepare students for a qualified entry into the world of work to cover managerial and / or entrepreneurial roles in enterprises and institutions, public and private, that operate in the industrial sectors and / or services. The degree program will aim to promote the acquisition of specific knowledge on the internal dynamics of the corporate world, and to develop an attitude to identify and interpret the relations with the outside world (social, institutional economicoed). The course has been designed so as to be dynamic and attentive to new scenarios that are emerging in the business world with a practical and operational approach through additional courses and internships in the production units and, more generally, in organizations. Regarding the organization of supply teaching the degree course is based on an interdisciplinary approach, alongside the traditional lectures are expected supplementary courses and seminars taught by experts of various business sectors, legal and economic. To achieve the training objectives set out in the educational activities features are also present specialized courses. In particular the professional skills may be declined both job opportunities: professional services: chartered accountant, statutory auditor, statutory accounts, management consultant; industrial, commercial and services; banks and other financial intermediaries; public companies; nonprofit organizations; both by type of professional knowledge: accounting and financial reporting; finance; marketing; management control; organization and management of human resources. The evaluation of the quality of the Master of Science in Managerial Economics CampusUnica will follow the model developed by the University of Cagliari in agreement with the CRUI. In this regard we will continue to work on self-assessment group already operating under the Master of Science in Managerial Economics (Class 84 / S). The evaluation of the training process results will be effected through the semester exams, partial exams, group work and discussion of case studies, drawing up business plans and opportunities for public discussion with the social partners. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES function in a work environment: The graduate in Managerial Economics will perform managerial and / or entrepreneurial functions, in enterprises and institutions, public and private, operating in the industrial and / or services. The graduate in Managerial Economics is able to integrate and understand, in a systemic and critical optics, expertise in the field of business disciplines (strategy, marketing, organization, finance) and has an adequate command of economic instruments, legal and mathematician -statistici necessary for the analysis and evaluation of business and market phenomena. The graduate in Managerial Economics is basically a manager of resources - human, real, financial - that has mastered the concepts and tools of business economics, placing them in the context of an advanced economic and political culture, and combining them with appropriate mathematical and statistical tools and legal. skills associated to the function: The course allows you to obtain a license to practice as an accountant and auditor and prepares for the (ISTAT encodings profession): Specialists of the management and control in private enterprises - (2.5.1.2.0) Specialists in human resources - (2.5.1.3.1) Specialists in accounting - (2.5.1.4.1) Market analysts - (2.5.1.5.4) Career opportunities: Graduates in Managerial Economics: - will be able to carry out his profession as a chartered accountant, statutory auditor, a management consultant; - Can carry out executive and managerial positions at industrial, commercial and services and at banks and other financial intermediaries; - Can carry out executive and managerial positions at public companies and non-profit organizations; - Finally will be the new business activity generator. 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Master In Marine Bio-Ecology

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The course of Science in Bio-Marine Ecology aims to supplement the basic knowledge, acquired through the Bachelor's degree in Biology. In particular, the course of LM aims to provide students with an advanced level of education for the exercise of a highly qualified activity in the field of the environment in all its complexity, with particular attention ... [+]

final test characteristics. The final exam consists of the discussion, in open session of a thesis exclusively experimental character, which brings an original contribution, prepared under the guidance of a supervisor, the thesis will be written in Italian or English. The experimental activity contributes to the formation of a biologist with marine setting by completing the knowledge acquired during the course of studies with the aim of developing autonomy in research, critical skills in the analysis and evaluation of experimental data, as well as skills in experimental practices related to research biological applied to the sea, its resources and conservation. During discussion of the dissertation, the student must, also, demonstrate that they have assimilated well the topics covered during the studies in order to be able to play a leading role for the activities for which it is named. The decision of the Commission of Science will be formulated according to procedures defined in the Academic Regulations for the Course. Skills required for access. Students wishing to enroll in the Master of Science in Bio-Marine Ecology must be in possession of a Degree or another qualification obtained abroad and recognized as valid under current legislation. For access to the Master of Science as well as proving the possession of curricular requirements corresponding to adequate number of credits in groups of scientific areas that will be defined in the academic regulations, and a good mastery of basic biological disciplines for preparation of the biologist who provide the essential knowledge about the organization of living beings morphological, functional and structural, as well as in English. The verification of the possession of such knowledge will be through defined in the Academic Regulations for the course. specific educational goals. The course of Science in Bio-Marine Ecology aims to supplement the basic knowledge, acquired through the Bachelor's degree in Biology. In particular, the course of LM aims to provide students with an advanced level of education for the exercise of a highly qualified activity in the field of the environment in all its complexity, with particular attention to the marine environment, coasts and lagoons. The LM course reflects the research activity carried out in the departments which heads and teachers intend to allow graduates to achieve preparation and skills according to the principles of European harmonization as specified at the national level since CBUI for LM-6 class. The Tuning-based Cagliari table contains a breakdown of skills developed and confirmed for each teaching unit. The training program includes the scope disciplines disciplinary Biodiversity and Environment, Biomedical and Biomolecular, the supplementary and complementary activities and the free choice of the student. In detail, the curriculum is organized to provide: - a deepening of the basics of the biology of marine organisms, and understanding of the distribution and abundance of species in space and time, the effects of human activities on the strength and toughness communities; - A deepening and a complete knowledge about the ecology, with reference to the study of marine and lagoon ecosystems and theoretical principles and methodological practice essential for the monitoring of marine resources; - A deepening and completion of knowledge relating to zoology, with the description of the main marine animal groups for the classification and understanding of the mechanisms of adaptation base (morphological, functional and behavioral); - The acquisition of the fundamental concepts for the description and study of marine biodiversity and the main techniques for the conservation of biodiversity both in situ and ex situ; - The acquisition of theoretical and methodological knowledge to understand the role of reproductive strategies of marine organisms and its importance in the global ecological balance; - A discussion of the basics of botany and the acquisition of the evaluation methods of plant biodiversity and the conservation of endangered species and priority habitats; - A discussion of the basics of the physiology of marine organisms and the methodological tools to learn and interpret key evolutionary physiological mechanisms and adaptive strategies; - A deepening of hygiene basics and acquire the necessary tools for the identification of "risk factors" for human health in the environment and for the development of specific programs for their control and prevention; - A discussion of the basics of microbiology, and acquisition of theoretical and methodological knowledge of environmental microbiology to understand the role of microorganisms in natural environments; - A discussion of the basics of chemistry with the organic reactions in aqueous environment and acquisition of water pollution concepts, of their treatment, the manual for determining the chemical status of marine waters; - The acquisition of basic knowledge on marine geomorphology, physical on trim and the dynamics of the seabed, and the relationships between geomorphological features and global climate change; During teaching the students will acquire: - ability to work in a team, to work with various levels of autonomy and fit in quickly at the workplace; - Ability to use at least one European Union language besides Italian in biology and marine ecology and for the exchange of general information. Teaching is divided into lectures and tutorials, seminars and laboratory work. In addition, a significant part of the commitment of the student teaching, distributed in the two-year course, is focused to the conduct of the internship and the final test which provides original research on issues of biology and marine ecology, in the basic scope or application. During the work of the graduate thesis he is part of a research group actively participating in the experimental work in the laboratory and in the field. The training activities are organized so that graduates can: - perform laboratory and in the wild or in any practical activities especially dedicated to the teaching of experimental methods, to the collection and processing of data and the use of technology ; - In connection with any specific objectives, external activities such as internships in companies, public administration facilities and laboratories, as well as study periods at other Italian and European universities, including in the framework of international agreements. The LM Course in Bio-Marine Ecology represents the ideal continuation for students after the first degree wishing to start scientific research, and prepares to undertake training courses in third level at national and international level, or to move towards vocational activities and project in the public and private sectors. The demand for professional profiles with advanced knowledge and skills in disciplines scope Biodiversity and environment comes from three distinct sectors: - Production Systems (eg. Fishing, aquaculture, mussels, coastal tourist facilities); - Public administration; - Search (public and private institutions). Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation. ITALIAN Communication skills. Graduates in Bio-Marine Ecology are able: - to communicate clearly with others, also in English, what was learned during the course of study, using appropriately the disciplinary lexicon; - To develop, represent and disseminate experimental data, ideas and information using computer systems; - To work in groups; - Prepare / submit research projects, to lead research groups and to present the results of research; - To support, on a solid cultural foundation, comparisons with both specialist and non-specialist, on topics, issues and ideas related to their theoretical and experimental knowledge. These skills will be acquired in training activities related to most of the teachings and during the training period by submitting the data in the literature as an integral part of each teaching and presentation of experimental data in the context of meetings organized by their respective supervisors. Making judgments. Acquisition of conscious independent judgment with respect to autonomy and responsibility of projects, autonomy and accountability structures and staff, identification of new prospects / development strategies, evaluation, interpretation and revision of literature, professional ethics, critical and responsible approach bioethical problems. Ability to make judgments environmental quality and productive potential of marine environments as well as the environmental impact assessment, on experimental data collected in the field and / or obtained by laboratory investigations and on the basis of existing international and national legislation. The autonomy of judgment will be carried out through the evaluation of the ability to interpret and rework, in groups or under the guidance of individual teachers, the experimental results obtained in seminars and the ability to integrate and apply the skills acquired during the design , elaboration and discussion of the dissertation. Learning ability. Acquisition of appropriate skills for the development and continuous improvement of competences with regard to consultation of specialist databases, learning innovative technologies, advanced cognitive tools for the continuous updating of knowledge. These skills will be acquired during the theoretical / practical laboratory work and field, the seminar cycles, the internship and the design process of the thesis. These skills will be evaluated through the drafting and submission of periodic reports concerning these activities. [-]

Master In Physics

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The course of studies in order to achieve the Master's Degree in Physics has two years of attendance, including the time needed for the preparation of the final examination. For the achievement of this Master's Degree it is necessary to acquire 120 CFU (university credits) by passing 10 exams in specific subjects and related characterizing the Study Programme ... [+]

The course of studies in order to achieve the Master's Degree in Physics has two years of attendance, including the time needed for the preparation of the final examination. For the achievement of this Master's Degree it is necessary to acquire 120 CFU (university credits) by passing 10 exams in specific subjects and related characterizing the Study Programme. The degree gives access to doctoral courses in physics or other scientific-technological areas or second-level master. In the study program is strengthened and refined the basic training in physics, awarded the three-year degree, while also providing the frontier physics. In the study program will also reflect the research activities carried out in the Department of Physics from both university teachers and researchers of the sections of the bodies of the National Research present locally (INFN, INAF, CNR). The course provides: depth knowledge of the key topics of contemporary physics: relativity, analytical mechanics, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, atomic and molecular physics, solid state physics, nuclear physics and elementary particles, astrophysics and radio astronomy sound knowledge of mathematical methods for physics and numerical and computational methods learning the most advanced laboratory techniques and computer calculation techniques a deepening of elements of related subjects: mathematics, chemistry, biology, materials science, electronics, medical physics Graduates of the master's degree in physics have a conceptual and experimental preparation recognized and appreciated at national and international level in research, teaching, and in many areas of production activities. Apart from the specific preparation on the physical materials, in fact, they have acquired during the course of studies a remarkable ability to apply the theoretical and experimental methods learned also in fields other than physics. The reference document for students regarding the complete presentation of the degree course and 'the Single Sheet Annual Course of Studies (ITS-CdS). The information on the card can be found in the site's national repository Universitaly.it Function in a work environment A graduate in physics has a curriculum that allows you to perform multiple functions: - Researcher - Technical working in various fields related to the use or development of physical and mathematical models, to attivita 'laboratory activities in the field of electronics and information - scientific advisor, responsible for technology transfer - designer and developer of advanced tools or software for scientific applications - in charge in the field of training / information - teacher Skills associated with the function Graduates of the master's degree in physics have a conceptual and experimental preparation recognized and appreciated at national and international level in many areas of production activities. Apart from the specific preparation on the physical materials, in fact, they have acquired during the course of studies a remarkable ability in 'apply theoretical and experimental methods learned also in fields other than physics. Career opportunities Graduates can enter it with great success in the following areas: - scientific research at universities and public and private research institutions at various levels, after completing the required training of doctoral type - teaching in the school, once the process of enabling teaching and outdated competitions required by law - popularization of scientific culture with different aspects, theoretical, experimental and applied, from physics to classical physics and modern technology applications - transfer of technological know-how developed in the search for according to different types of production systems - application of modeling methods, I learned in the studies, to complex realities other than scientific ones (industries with all kinds of productions, financial markets, consulting companies, sectors dell'econophysics) - development scientific and technological innovation in areas related to physical disciplines. Particularly in the electronics industry, telecommunications, information technology, biomedical, environment, nano-technology and ICT for energy production, health, cultural heritage. Consistent with this perspective have been included among the supplementary related areas: ING-IND / 22, ING-INF / 01 and BIO / 11. [-]

Master In Telecommunication Engineering

Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Cagliari

They can access the Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering students holding a university degree first level. The first-level university degree may have been obtained in the same office or in other locations, even abroad. [+]

Access to further studies. Courses of Third Cycle Professional status of the title. Graduates in Telecommunications Engineering find its natural place within companies, public and financial institutions and research centers in which there are research and development, design, production and management of computer systems and information transport and transmission of fixed and mobile telecommunications networks. final test characteristics. The final exam consists of the discussion of a report for an individual work, carried out by the student under the supervision of at least one professor of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cagliari, about technical aspects and / or relevant scientific area of ​​' information Engineering. The work will consist of a critical analysis of the state or the drafting of a project at least rough or the development of methods and techniques with a degree of originality or a transfer of methods and techniques from different fields in areas of ' information Engineering. The discussion will be held in front of a commission and you can make use of graphic media and IT. Skills required for access. They can access the Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering students holding a first-level university degree. The first-level university degree may have been obtained in the same office or in other locations, even abroad. The enrollment acceptance is subject to the possession of curricular requirements and personal preparation. The requirements must be completed before enrollment in the Master's Degree, as the current legislation does not provide for the possibility of having "debits" to be filled during the Master degree. The curricular requirements and personal preparation will be specified in the Study Regulations of the Master of Science. The verification of the student's personal preparation is entrusted to a specific Commission of the Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering, which will carry out its own assessment on the basis of appropriate documentation proving the previous curriculum. specific educational goals. The Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering aims to form a Graduates with advanced skills in computer systems and transport information and in the design of electronic devices and systems. Title conferred. Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering Dublin Descriptors: I - Knowledge and understanding Graduates in Telecommunications Engineering will have acquired an in-depth analysis capabilities in the areas that characterize the degree course with particular reference to the development and transmission of information and the design of electronic systems. This capacity will be achieved by providing future engineers master the mathematical / scientific tools necessary for a complete understanding of the treated material, and applying these tools to the analysis and design of advanced and technologically complex. Compared to the first degree course, it will be given greater emphasis to increasing the material to equip graduates with a strong ability proactive that will put you in a position to contribute to the processes of technological innovation in the areas covered by the Master's Degree. In this view, the knowledge acquired at the end of the course will include the main sectors of telecommunications, including signal processing, digital transmission systems, telecommunication networks, the antennas, the analysis and design of electronic systems. The acquisition of such knowledge will be tested through exercises, intermediate tests, written tests and oral profit, discussion of projects assigned by the teacher. II - Applying knowledge and understanding The Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering will have developed the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and other basic sciences to interpret and describe, even in an original way, the information engineering problems, and telecommunications in particular. Such skills will be complemented by the ability to design tests and experiments both virtual and on real complex systems and understand the results in order to propose solutions, even innovative, to the same problems, presenting itself as an active player in the process of development and technology transfer in various areas in which it will operate, with reference both to the national scene both at the international level. It will also be able to adapt its cultural baggage that will meet the diverse needs in his career. The ability to apply the acquired knowledge will be verified in the course of studies with projects and practical tests, also to be held in groups, for individual courses and thesis work of theoretical / experimental in which the student will be required to deal with technological problems even complex. The ability to understand and self-update will also be verified, leaving the student the task of deepening the scientific literature proposed solutions by evaluating how they can be applied to assigned problems. III - Making judgments The Graduate Degree will be able to make its own assessment and / or judgment based on the interpretation of the available data and abstract patterns, as well as identify ways, including original and innovative, the additional data collection that may be necessary in order to achieve greater certainty about complex information engineering issues, and telecommunications in particular. This is expressed by the capacity of knowing how to do, knowing how to take initiatives and decisions in the awareness of the risks, taking into account both the evolution and development of the technique also impact economic and social choices. Well as through specific courses aimed learning the techniques for developing formal models and acquisition and processing of data and signals, these capabilities will be developed throughout the course of studies through the integration of the teachings. The verification of the maturity and independence of judgment is carried out continuously by the teachers during the training through periodic and final audits. In particular, the teachings that provide for significant design component, through exercises, presentations of theses activities, laboratory work, and the final test, based on an original work, to assess the ability of independent judgment of the student. IV - Communication skills Graduates in Telecommunications Engineering will utilize its technical expertise and the basis for dialogue and communicate their ideas to a wide range of professionals, with an exhibition style appropriate and rigorous. It will also be able to interface with the world of research to present rigorously the problems that need innovative solutions and transfer these solutions in the production world. This kind of ability is essential for the development and coordination of complex projects. Moreover, in addition to Italian, you will be able to use fluently the English language in writing and orally, especially in relation to the technical dictionary of the sector. These skills will be acquired either through the preparation of technical documents for specific projects or presentations, both with adequate introduction to the technical language used in the field of scientific literature (mostly in English). In particular, the final test will provide the student with an opportunity to study and verification of analytical skills, processing and communication of the work done. It provides for the discussion, before a commission, a report produced by the student on a thematic area crossed in his studies. being evaluated in this case are not only the elaborate content, but also the capacity for synthesis, communication and exposure of the candidate, the justification, even dialectics, of the choices made. Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation. ITALIAN V - Learning skills Graduates in Telecommunications Engineering will develop their learning skills in order to continue studying and updating, in order to operate effectively in different areas of work in which you will operate, even with new situations and never addressed before. It will have the self-learning ability needed to undertake further studies, as a second-level Master courses and Doctorate in the field of information engineering, as well as to undertake the work at research centers and advanced design. For this reason, the Graduates will have a broad overview of the methodological landscape, technical and scientific point of reference for study and deal with complex and innovative issues. In particular, many teachings and especially the thesis work, provide for the need for personal insights to provide the ability to search and select the relevant literature and to study and learn the solutions of all sizes. The division of the total labor hours required for the student will give a strong emphasis on personal working hours to offer the student the opportunity to test and improve their learning skills. Other useful tools to achieve this skill are carried out internships in Italy and abroad. [-]

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