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- Bachelor degree course
- Duration and credits
- Admission test
- Available places
- Studenti EU
- Studenti non-EU
Bando di ammissione
The course in brief
The vocationally oriented degree course belongs to a new class (L-P01) specially designed to train qualified multi-purpose technicians in civil and rural construction and infrastructure.
Preparation in the basic and characterizing disciplines of geomatics, construction, shipbuilding, surveying and law is complemented by the acquisition, through laboratory and internship activities, with applied skills. Degree, European level 6 (European Qualification Network), is qualifying for the profession of Graduate Geometrician and Graduate Building Surveyor.
Learning by doing
Frontal didactic activities alternate between the first and second years with laboratory activities covering a large number of training credits (48 cfu), with which the student applies what is covered in the courses; these activities are preparatory to the profession of "Building and Land Use Technician".
In the third year, the student devotes himself entirely to professionalizing internship activities for a total of 1,200 hours to be carried out in companies, professional firms and/or public or private administrations, the experience of which will be put to use in the preparation of the final qualifying test.
The degree course qualifies for registration in the professional order of Graduate Land Surveyors and Graduate Building Surveyors (Law 163/2021).
The graduate will be able to find employment in the freelance profession (both individual and in professional firms), in companies or territorial administrations, working in the areas of construction, infrastructure and plant engineering framed in the territory.
What you will learn
Effettuare rilevamenti e monitoraggi topografici
Acquisire tecniche tradizionali, GNSS, laser scanner, fotogrammetriche anche da drone
Dirigere i lavori nei cantieri
Lettura critica progettuale e capacità di interazione tra progettisti e maestranze nelle diverse competenze professionali.
Applicare competenze estimative
Acquisire competenze per valutazioni estimative all’interno del ciclo edilizio.
Applicare competenze giuridiche
Conoscere norme privatistiche, strumenti urbanistici, titoli edilizi.
Pronti per operare da professionisti
Partecipare a corsi di formazione per la qualifica professionale.
Verifica dei processi di sicurezza
Valutare l'idoneità del piano operativo di sicurezza, delle disposizioni e relative applicazioni.
Rapporti con il catasto
Interagire con l’Agenzia delle Entrate per le operazioni su fabbricati e terreni
Rappresentare e modellare il costruito
Acquisire strumenti per la modellazione e l’analisi BIM.
Interloquire con la Committenza pubblica o privata e con i diversi professionisti coinvolti nelle diverse fasi progettuali ed esecutive del cantiere
Did you know that.
Il percorso di studi è abilitante alla professione di Geometra e di Perito edile
La formazione è altamente applicata agli aspetti professionalizzanti
Le competenze tecnico-professionali fornite sono estremamente ricercate
La Professione di Geometra Laureato e di Perito edile Laureato è riconosciuta a livello Europeo
Il percorso di studi propone diversi corsi di formazione per la qualifica professionale
La tua formazione sarà arricchita dall’esperienza di molteplici professionisti del settore
The Bachelor's Degree in Building and Land Use Technology trains an expert professional figure in the construction, infrastructure and land use sectors, a figure therefore polyvalent transversal to different professions, who will benefit from an immediate entry into the world of work after an applied and enabling training.
The specific educational objectives of the Degree Course concern:
- preparation in the basic disciplines (mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science) useful to know and understand the most common physical and chemical phenomena in the field of construction and infrastructure works framed in the territory;
- preparation in the more applied disciplines such as geomatic surveying and monitoring, estimating and regulation, and site management, in order to master and integrate across the board methods, techniques and instrumentation typical of the different disciplines under study;
- the achievement of the necessary skills to carry out support activities in the different phases of the implementation and management of construction, infrastructure and plant works framed in the territory;
- the acquisition of autonomy of judgment and communication skills to interact with public or private clients as well as with professionals involved in the different design and executive phases of the construction site.
Classroom lectures are strongly oriented to the application aspects of the profession.
During the first year, "bimonths" dedicated to lectures are alternated with "bimonths" dedicated to the conduct of examinations and laboratory activities; "classical" technical laboratories, carried out in the university setting or in collaboration with Technical Institutes, are flanked by specialized courses, seminars and various activities carried out in collaboration with the Colleges of Surveyors of the Ligurian provinces and with different training and work realities in the area. During the second year, face-to-face classes are concluded and laboratory activities, preparatory to the profession, are intensified.
The third year of the course is entirely devoted to the performance of internship activities (1200 hours) and the final exam.
The student in the internship activities, with the support of a university tutor and one from the professional world, is required the integrated application of the knowledge of methods, techniques and instrumentation, acquired in the study of disciplines carried out in classrooms and laboratories, with a transversal approach typical of the professional context of reference.
From the internship the student draws inspiration and material to prepare a written paper that will be the subject of an oral presentation and related discussion during the final examination. The outcome of the final examination is evaluated by a special examining board, consisting of teaching staff and representatives of professional bodies, for the relevant qualification.
My wish is that each of you can find your own way, taking into account your aptitudes and hopes, to do your dream job.
If you are wondering how you can be a graduate land surveyor or building surveyor, then this is the right degree program for you.
Where we are
Location and administration of the degree program
. Department of Civil, Chemical and Environmental Engineering - DICCA
Villa Cambiaso, Via Montallegro, 1
Via Opera Pia 15 and 15A
In-person teaching activities will be held partly in the classrooms of the University of Genoa, Polytechnic School and School of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences, in Genoa (Albaro) and partly in other locations in Genoa (Center).
Student Desk Polytechnic School (Engineering)
. Via Montallegro 1/3
+39 010 335 2148
Reference for teaching
. Prof. Domenico Sguerso