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Landscape Architecture

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What is the objective of the course? What is it?
What does it train you for?

A complete and multidisciplinary educational path, starting from solid references based on Landscape Culture but fully empowering the graduate to use the tools for carrying out the landscape architect profession in an international scenario. The course is based on an interdisciplinary training offer, provided in two separate curricula in Italian and English, respectively. The Course is taught by the Department of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Sciences and the Department of Architecture and is inspired by the European Convention of Landscape, which commits the signatory states to promote "the training of experts in the field of knowledge and intervention on landscapes".

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What do you learn?

The fundamental cultural axis of this educational path, in line with the sustainable development goals set by the United Nations in 2015 with the resolution "Agenda 2030 for sustainable development", is the development of the students' design skills in accordance with the transformation dynamics of urban and territorial areas in relation to the ecological and social processes and the needs of environmental, social and economic sustainability emerging from the scenarios of global change. At the same time, the students will be able to develop design hypotheses consistent with the social and cultural context of the place.

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What can you do with it?

The professional profile that the course intends to develop is an expert who integrates theoretical-critical knowledge with professional skills in the field of landscape design but is able at the same time to collaborate, through a common language, with other professionals operating in the fields of architecture, agricultural sciences, engineering and natural sciences, as well as joining a participatory planning context. Such integration is a necessary element due to the multitude of application fields: from the design of systems of open spaces, parks, gardens, to the recovery of local heritage, urban regeneration, and the enhancement of location identities.