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    Bachelor degree course

    Building and territory technology
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Class L-P01 Technical professions for construction and the territory
Credits 180
Duration 3 years
Location Udine
Legal requirements High School Diploma or other equivalent

Building and territory technology

The Degree Course in Building and Territorial Techniques aims to ensure the student a cultural and technical training in the sectors of construction, appraisal, topography, as well as law and economics, which favors immediate insertion in the world of work and profession. The training course provides for a balance between the various technical and applicative disciplines, many of which are first treated from a methodological point of view and then are developed in a laboratory teaching related to it, which is completed with a consistent program of internships at public and private (48 CFU). Knowledge and understanding of building and territorial works are deepened, not only in their logical-formal, typological-distributive, constructive and technological aspects, but also in their legal-administrative ones. Therefore, after having learned the basic physical-mathematical training contents, through the disciplines of representation and drawing, also integrated in the modern BIM approach, the themes of the design of building components, the organization of production and construction sites, of the urban planning legislation and the economic and estimative evaluation of production processes and works carried out. In practice, the technical and applicative subjects are already held in the first year, while the second year is essentially reserved for didactic laboratories and the third mainly for professional training. The course aims to combine the methodological rigor of the characterizing disciplines with the immediate application to real examples and case studies. For organizational simplicity, all didactic activities will have 6 CFU, obviously apart from the foreign language (3 CFU), the final exam (3 CFU) and the internship (48 CFU).

Graduated technician in the field of construction and territory with transversal skills in the construction, infrastructure, surveying and territory sectors.

Function in a work context

Graduates can perform the following functions: participate in the architectural, structural, technological and plant design of building works; participate in the construction management and testing of civil and building works; manage the accounting of civil and construction works; coordinate the management of the construction process as site manager; coordinate safety during the design and execution of the works; operate as an employee or manager of the prevention and protection service; perform topographic and photogrammetric surveys of buildings and land; update the databases of the land and buildings cadastre; perform the tracing of territorial infrastructures, buildings and subdivisions; carry out real estate valuations, appraisals, mediations and conduct arbitration; elaborate and draw up expropriation plans, subdivision plans and draw up redefinitions.

Graduates may work as a freelancer (enrolled in the College of Surveyors and Graduated Surveyors or in the Order of Industrial Experts), as an employee in professional firms and / or engineering and architecture companies, construction and infrastructure construction companies, real estate companies, manufacturing industries for the design, production, installation of components and materials for civil and building constructions, as well as as a technical officer in administrations and public bodies. It should be noted that enrollment in a Master's Degree does not constitute a natural outlet for graduates in vocationally oriented courses.

The course prepares for the profession of (ISTAT codes)

Civil construction technicians and similar professions - ( Construction site management technicians - (