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1 Offre des Formations : Niveau Master Université de Cagliari FACULTY OF ECONOMIC, LAW AND POLITICAL SCIENCES Master Managerial Economics Master Economic Science FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE Master Chemical and Biotechnological Processes Engineering Master Telecommunications Engineering Master Mechanical Engineering Master Environmental and Land Engineering Master Energy Engineering Master Electronic Engineering Master Civil Engineering FACULTY OF HUMANITIES Master History and Society Master Philosophical and Historical-Philosophical Sciences Master Archaeology and History of Art Master Classical and Modern Philology and Literature Master Modern European Languages and Literature Master Specialist Text Translation Master Pedagogical and Educational Sciences Master Psychological Sciences and Techniques FACULTY OF SCIENCE Master Computer Science Master Mathematics Master Chemical Sciences Master Physics Master Geological Sciences and Technologies FACULTY OF BIOLOGY AND PHARMACY Natural Sciences Marine Bioecology Cellular and Molecular Biology Neuropsychobiology Food and Nutrition Sciences 1

2 FACULTY OF ECONOMIC, LAW AND POLITICAL SCIENCES Master Managerial Economics Entry requirements: all three year bachelor s degrees offered by the faculty Length of course: 2 years Overall credits: 120 Disciplines: administration and control, professional company management, public companies, banks and enterprises. Educational goals: The course aims at forming professionals able to critically deal with and resolve problems relating to business and economics. The graduate will have an in-depth knowledge of business and economics, mathematics and statistics, law and be able to use another European language apart from Italian. Career opportunities for graduates: The master s degree graduate can go on to have a career at the highest level in entrepreneurial and managerial positions, in government, management, planning and control of public and private firms. Furthermore, they can be professional freelancers in the field of economics or work in professional administrative consultancies as chartered accountants or in business administration. In addition, they may work in banks, insurance companies, estate agents, building and financial societies, and in firms with the role of managing the company financial issues. Master Economic Science Admission: unlimited; 4 seats assigned to non-eu citizens resident abroad, 1 of which to Chinese citizens Entry requirements: all three year bachelor s degrees in the faculty Overall credits: 120 Integrated faculties: Economics and Political Sciences Disciplines: Public administration, environment and territory, economic theory, monetary and financial markets, economic integration. Educational goals: The master s degree graduate in economics has an in-depth knowledge of economic analysis and of economic and business politics. They are able to analyse the complexities of contemporary society, to understand the workings of economic systems as a whole and at each individual level (families and firms, consumers and producers) and to resolve socio-economic issues. The graduate will have an indepth knowledge of business and economics, mathematics and statistics, law and be able to use another European language apart from Italian. Career opportunities for graduates: Graduates can go on to have careers in the public and private economic sectors, with positions of responsibility in research offices, in territorial organizations, national and international research authorities, public administrations, labour management and professional firms and organizations. They can also freelance as economics specialists. 2

3 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE Master Chemical and Biotechnological Processes Engineering Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Chemical Engineering Programme length: 2 years Overall Credits: 180 credits from bachelor s degree (3 years) credits from master s degree (2 years) : The aim of this degree course is to form specialised graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of mathematics and sciences; who know both the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, with an indepth knowledge of those concerning chemical engineering; who are able to plan and conduct experiments of a high degree of complexity; who are familiar with business culture and professional ethics. Career opportunities for graduates: Career opportunities for graduates from this master s degree are the same as those of the bachelor s degree but with more emphasis on innovation and development, advanced design, and the planning and management of more complex systems. Master Telecommunications Engineering Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Telecommunications Programme length: 2 years Overall credits: 180 credits from bachelor s degree (3 years) credits from master s degree (2 years) : The aim of this degree course is to form specialised graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, with a particular emphasis on those concerning the engineering of telecommunications. The graduate will be able to identify, express and resolve complex problems within this sector. They are capable of thinking out, planning, and managing systems, processes and complex innovative services. They are also proficient in planning and managing high complexity experiments, with a knowledge of the professional ethics within an organization. Career opportunities for graduates: Areas of interest for specialist graduates are numerous, including sectors such as multimedia, intelligent database research, video elaboration instruments and image servers, archiving and image transmission 2d and 3d digital tv, cooperative teleworking, teletraining, video on demand, videoconferencing, publishing and on line databases, industrial imaging, quality control, non disruptive tests, surveillance. The activities may take the form of freelance work or as employees in firms and companies in the aforementioned sectors. 3

4 Master Mechanical Engineering Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Programme length: 2 years Overall credits: 180 credits from bachelor s degree (3 years) credits from master s degree (2 years) : The objective of the course is to form specialized graduates who are able to work independently on developing innovative projects. The production and process of development must be considered from a functional, constructive and energetic point of view, regarding the choice of materials and the relative processing used, the arrangement and management of machines in a plant and their best utilization with appropriate services, measures, control and automation Master Environmental and Land Engineering Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Environmental and Land Engineering Programme length: 2 years Overall credits: 180 credits from bachelor s degree (3 years) credits from master s degree (2 years) : The aim of this degree course is to form specialised graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of mathematics and sciences; who know both the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, with an indepth knowledge of those concerning environmental and land engineering; who are able to plan and conduct experiments of a high degree of complexity; who are familiar with business culture and professional ethics. Career opportunities for graduates: Environment provides opportunities to work both in private and public sectors, professional offices or consultancies for private companies. Graduates can find work in the design of treatment and disposal facilities for solid, liquid and gaseous waste streams, remediation of contaminated sites, analysis and monitoring of environment and occupational safety, environmental impact assessment and environmental audits. They can work for public authorities which may involve risk assessment, planning and management of public services, treatment plant management, supervision of environmental plan and operations, environmental control and occupational safety inspection. Career opportunities include work as freelance professionals, careers in service businesses, public administrations and scientific and technological research. Graduates primarily find work in public and private organisations or professional engineering firms involved in the design, construction and management of drainage and reinforcement works and monitoring and control projects for land protection. 4

5 Master Energy Engineering Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Energy Engineering Programme length: 2 years Overall credits: 180 credits from bachelor s degree (3 years) credits from master s degree (2 years) : The objective of this course is to form graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of instruments for the calculation, the design and the management of components, complex plants and systems for the generation of thermal mechanical and electrical energy, with fossil, nuclear and renewable sources, plants for direct conversion in electrical energy of primary energy, components and energetic industrial technologies. Career opportunities for graduates: Career opportunities for graduates from this master s degree are the same as those of the bachelor s degree but with more emphasis on innovation and development, advanced design, and the planning and management of more complex systems. Master Electronic Engineering Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Electronic Engineering Programme length: 2 years Overall credits: 180 credits from bachelor s degree (3 years) credits from master s degree (2 years) : The aim of this degree course is to form specialised graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of mathematics and sciences; who know both the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, with an indepth knowledge of those concerning electronic engineering; who are able to plan and conduct experiments of a high degree of complexity; who are familiar with business culture and professional ethics; who can operate in a multidisciplinary arena and specialise in innovation. Career opportunities for graduates: Graduates from this master s degree can go on to have careers in basic and applied research, production innovation and development, advanced design, and the planning and management of complex systems. Employment may be in firms dealing with the production and design of electronic and optic-electronic components, systems and equipment; manufacturing industries; sectors of public administration that apply electronic technology and infrastructure to data processing, transmission and the use of signals, in civil, industrial and information fields. 5

6 Master Electrical Engineering Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Electrical Engineering Programme length: 2 years Overall credits: 180 credits from bachelor s degree (3 years) credits from master s degree (2 years) : The aim of this degree course is to form specialized graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of mathematics and sciences; who know the theoretical, scientific, methodological and operational aspects of engineering, with an in-depth knowledge of those concerning electrical engineering; who are able to plan and conduct experiments of a high degree of complexity and to analyze and interpret their data; who can understand and predict the impact of engineering solutions in the social and physical-environmental context; who are familiar with business culture and professional ethics. Career opportunities for graduates: Career opportunities for graduates from this master s degree are the same as those of the bachelor s degree but with more emphasis on innovation and development, advanced design, and the planning and management of more complex systems. They will find opportunities in industries dealing with the production, supply and distribution of electrical energy and in the design, planning and running of electrical and energy systems. In addition they may find employment in companies and institutions for the automated production and management of goods and services. These professional activities can be carried out in companies, as freelancers or in public administrations. Master Civil Engineering Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Civil Engineering Programme length: 2 years Overall credits: 180 credits from bachelor s degree (3 years) credits from master s degree (2 years) : The aim of this degree course is to form specialized graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of mathematics and sciences; who know both the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, with an indepth knowledge of those concerning civil engineering; who are able to plan and conduct experiments of a high degree of complexity; who are familiar with business culture and professional ethics. Career opportunities for graduates: The main areas of employment are in construction companies and maintenance of civic works, plants and infrastructure; professional offices and planning firms, public offices dealing with the planning and control of urban and territorial systems; firms, companies, institutions, consortiums and agencies of management and control of systems of works and services. FACULTY OF HUMANITIES 6

7 Master History and Society Entry requirements: a three year bachelor s degree that is related to the master s course. : The Master s Degree in History and Society aims at providing graduates with an in-depth knowledge of the study of history, with particular emphasis on the medieval, modern and contemporary period. The course intends to develop not only a critical method of analysis and reading of historical phenomena, but also the ability to carry out research and study historical and humanistic disciplines independently. Graduates will acquire an in-depth knowledge of medieval, modern and contemporary ages; the history of Sardinia; geographical disciplines and the disciplines relating to communication. Career opportunities for graduates : Graduates will be able to teach in secondary schools, once qualified. Furthermore, they will be able to hold positions of great responsibility in fields connected with the services and cultural industry sectors and with research and cultural institutions; in public authorities; research and study centres; in institutions, firms, foundations and other organizations that operate in the sectors of cultural services and in the restoration of local activities, traditions and identity; in communications and public relations, in publishing, journalism, information and communication. In addition, they will be able to continue onto research doctorate courses, specialist schools and second level master s courses, designed to direct them towards scientific research in university institutions and other public and private bodies. The course prepares for the professions of: - Secondary school teachers - Historian; Geographer; Archivist; - Specialists in social sciences; other specialists in education and training; - Specialists in historical, artistic, political and philosophical sciences; - Specialists in linguistic, literary and documental disciplines; - Technical text editors; - Journalists; - Researchers and graduate technicians in antiquity, philological-literary, historical, philosophical, pedagogical, psychological and juridical sciences. Master Philosophical and Historical-Philosophical Sciences Entry requirements: a three year bachelor s degree that is related to the master s course. The degree course aims at providing graduates with skills in the historical-philosophical and philosophical theoretical fields which will enable them to develop skills that will allow them to deal with complex and diverse realities; to scrutinize problematic situations, identifying the critical elements and possible solutions; to find effective and productive ways of organizing 7

8 work; develop methodological competences and skills in research that allow them to continue their studies (research doctorate, second level master s); gain access to teacher training schools. Furthermore, graduates will have a sound knowledge of one other European Union language besides Italian. Teaching will be in the form of traditional lessons and seminars. Career opportunities for graduates : The course prepares students for the professions of: Secondary school teachers Social sciences specialists Specialists in linguistic, literary and documental disciplines; Experts in the analysis of issues connected with the nature of the social political and cultural institutions in the management of the dynamics that surround them; Journalists; Consultants in the field of public relations, and intercultural and interpersonal relations in the various professional and employment contexts; Philosophical consultants; Managers in the publishing sphere; Reviewers and editors of scientific texts; Managers in public institutions and administrations. Master Archaeology and History of Art Entry requirements: a three year bachelor s degree that is related to the master s course. : Graduates of Archaeology and History of Art will have expertise in the field of cultural heritage restoration and develop their previously acquired knowledge of archaeology and history of Greek and Roman art, and Christian and medieval archaeology. Depending on the specificity of the two courses, archaeology graduates will develop their previously acquired knowledge of palaeontology, prehistoric and proto-historic archaeology, Phoenician and Punic archaeology, Greek language, literature and philosophy, Latin epigraphy and Roman history, and have expertise in the field of early Christian literature. The history of art graduate will further develop their knowledge of history of medieval, modern and contemporary art, and palaeography and diplomatics, and acquire knowledge in the sphere of aesthetics and in Latin, medieval and humanistic literature. These skills will be acquired through lectures and laboratories in the various areas of scientific discipline. 8

9 Career opportunities for graduates : Graduates may work at a very high professional level in museums, supervisory authorities, libraries specializing in archaeology and history of art, local authorities and various institutions dealing with research and enhancement of archaeological and historical-artistic heritage. The course prepares for the professions of: Archaeologists Art experts Technical text editors Museum curators Researchers and graduate technicians in antiquity, philological-literary, historical, philosophical, pedagogical, psychological and juridical sciences Teachers of arts disciplines Teachers of literary, artistic, historical, philosophical, pedagogical and psychological sciences Master Classical and Modern Philology and Literature Entry requirements: a three year bachelor s degree that is related to the master s course. : The graduate will be able to analyse and critically read texts and languages in the ancient, medieval and modern world. They will be able to carry out research and study philosophy and literature independently, with a particular focus on linguistic issues. The curricula activities are designed to ensure the acquisition of a solid foundation of historicalliterary and critical-theoretical knowledge of processes and mechanisms of production, transmission and reception of the literary text, along with the study of its linguistic features. Graduates will acquire an in-depth knowledge, depending on the curricula chosen, in philological, classical and medieval linguistic and literary studies, both in the modern and in the contemporary world. Career opportunities for graduates : Graduate may hold positions of great responsibility in a number of sectors managed by both public and private institutions. Furthermore, they may continue their studies by taking part in selection procedures for research doctorates. According to the subjects taken, the course prepares for the following professions: conservation, enhancement and fruition of archival material of classical and modern literary and linguistic heritage; promotion of the Italian language and culture abroad, including consultancies in the sphere of education services related to Italian language and culture; 9

10 elaboration and promotion of projects for foundations, cultural institutions and research centres; advanced research activities in language and in antique and modern literature and languages; consultancy in the field of language education and linguistic and inter-linguistic communication; consultancy in the field of regional policies for the safeguard and promotion of the Sardinian language and literatures. secondary school teachers. Master Modern European Languages and Literature Entry exam: September 2012 Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in European and non-european Languages and Cultures; other degrees that fulfil the language and translation, foreign literature and linguistic criteria. Non-EU students resident abroad will have to sit an Italian language entry test. Students must fulfil the following criteria: They must have 48 credits from subjects in the field of languages and translation, of which at least 24 credits must be from the foreign language the student wishes to specialise in. They must have 24 credits from their studies in foreign literature, of which at least 12 credits must be from literature in the foreign language they wish to specialise in They must have 12 credits from their studies in linguistics and philology. Admission onto this course is dependent on passing an entry exam. Students will not be admitted onto the course if they don t pass this. The test will focus on: a) comprehension of a literary text b) knowledge of literary Italian language c) knowledge of literature, linguistics and philology. The exam will consist of: a) translation of an extract from a piece of literature in the foreign language the student wishes to specialize in b) a summary in Italian of an extract in the second foreign language the student wishes to study c) 10 multiple choice questions relating to linguistics, philology and literature in the foreign language the student wishes to specialize in. Structure of the course: to pass the course the student must pass 10 exams, get 12 credits from subjects of their choice and 3 credits from other activities, such as internships, seminars, language courses etc. The final exam is worth 15 credits. 10

11 The degree aims at providing the student with an in-depth knowledge of a European or American language and culture and a fair command of a second language studied during the bachelor s degree. After completing their studies, thanks to linguistic, language and philological teaching, graduates will have an in-depth knowledge of the literature and cultural context of the chosen language. Career opportunities for graduates Master s degree graduates will be able to hold posts as managers in cultural institutions and organisations working internationally, as language consultants in publishing, show business and cultural heritage fields. Furthermore, they could pursue a career as a secondary school teacher, after completing teacher qualification exams. Students can go on to be specialists in linguistic, literary and documental disciplines, specialists in artistic-expressive disciplines, university teachers, researchers and graduate technicians, secondary school teachers etc. Master Modern Languages for International Communication and Cooperation Entry exam: September 2012 Entry requirements: Bachelor s degree in any first cycle degree belonging to L-20 and L-14 degree group; other degrees that fulfil the criteria in language and translation, foreign languages and literatures and linguistics and philology. Non-EU students resident abroad will have to sit an Italian language entry test. Students must fulfil the following criteria: they must have at least 24 credits in English language (a student will be considered to have these 24 credits if they can present proof they have a good knowledge of English) they must have at least 12 credits from a second foreign language they must have 5 credits from a linguistics-based subject They must have 15 credits from an historical/geographical/anthropological/law-based subject. Admission onto this course is dependent on passing an entry exam. Students will not be admitted onto the course if they don t pass this. The course aims at providing the student with a high level of competency in both the Italian and English language. In order to meet these objectives the course will offer linguistic tools as well as historical, anthropological and legal competencies already included in the syllabus. 11

12 The course also gives the student the opportunity to look at the cultural, linguistic and historical aspects of their surrounding environment. Career opportunities for graduates Graduates in this degree course will be able to hold positions of responsibility in the field of cooperation and international relations in private and public companies. Master Specialist Text Translation Entry exam: September 2012 Entry requirements: Bachelor s degree in Languages and Cultures for Language Mediation or other bachelor s degrees that fulfils the criteria. Students are required to have sufficient oral and written knowledge of two foreign languages; knowledge of theoretical linguistics and translation and interpreting skills. They must have 60 credits from languages they are choosing to study, 18 credits from general and applied linguistics, 36 credits from subjects relating to advanced language skills and translating and interpreting. Non-EU students resident abroad will have to sit an Italian language entry test. Admission onto this course is dependent on passing an entry exam. Students will not be admitted onto the course if they don t pass this. The exam consists of an oral exam where the student will have to translate two texts in the languages they are choosing to study. Structure of the course: to complete this course the student must pass 11 exams, 12 credits to be obtained from subjects of the students choice and 6 credits to be obtained from other activities such as internships, seminars, language courses etc. The final exam is worth 12 credits. Graduates in Specialist Text Translation will have a high degree of competency when it comes to translating in both of their chosen foreign languages; they will have an in-depth knowledge of translation theories and techniques; the ability to use IT and telecommunication tools and also terminological and terminographic skills relating to the field of publishing. Career opportunities for graduates Graduates may work professionally in the field of translation, editing and proofing a variety of text types, for example in publishing sectors and for public and private firms. The course prepares for the professions of: - writers 12

13 - journalists - high level interpreters and translators - linguists and philologists - teachers in secondary schools. Master Pedagogical and Educational Sciences Entry requirements: In order to be accepted onto the LM 85 master s degree course it is necessary to have a bachelor s degree or an equivalent foreign qualification. Overall credits: 120 Educational goals Graduates on this master s degree course will acquire advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in educational sciences and in-depth skills in pedagogical and educational issues; in particular, they will have an appropriate mastery of educational research methodologies of the various aspects of educational planning. Graduates on the Master s Degree in Pedagogical and Educational Sciences will also acquire: a broad cultural education connected with knowledge and skills in historical, philosophical, natural and human sciences; knowledge relating to development, learning, socialisation and educational processes, in relation to social and cultural class contexts. The Master s Degree in Pedagogical and Educational Sciences aims to prepare specialists in the planning and evaluation of educational actions. They will be able to independently make decisions regarding both the curriculum and extracurricular activities. The training acquired should also allow master s degree course graduates to aptly deal with selection examinations for entry into specialist schools in secondary education, qualification class 36/A (Philosophy, psychology and educational sciences) Career opportunities for graduates Graduates on this master s degree course may hold positions of great responsibility in planning, coordination and educational systems and educational support services; quality analysis of educational activities, in the business field, in public and private institutions, in regional and local authorities and in facilities connected with these institutions and more generally in integrated service systems created with the n. 328 law. They may carry out research and pedagogical consultancy activities, in public and private facilities, concerning all levels of educational issues (families, schools, courts and re-educational facilities for minors and the young, adoption and social interventions regarding children); activities of pedagogical consultancy and coordination of service activities, of projects of cultural programmes, directly or indirectly directed towards children; activities of pedagogical consultancy and coordination of activities, directly or indirectly educational, in multicultural contexts; activities of evaluation and monitoring of educational and training measures at various levels. The skills acquired favour self employment (individual consultancy, the promotion of cooperatives and societies).finally, the specialist degree can be a valid premise for more indepth studies via research doctorates and bursaries with the aim to form university researchers 13

14 and teachers. Furthermore, the current norms in force allow holders of Master s Degrees in Pedagogical and Educational Sciences class access to the qualification class 36/A (Philosophy, psychology and educational sciences) The course prepares for the professions of researchers and graduate technicians in sciences of antiquity, philological-literary, historical, philosophical, pedagogical, psychological and juridical sciences. Master Psychological Sciences and Techniques Class: L 24 Course Code: 30/36 Admission: restricted via entry exam Entry requirements: Italian upper secondary school leaving qualification or an equivalent foreign qualification Course length: 3 years Overall credits: 180 Structure of the course: To complete the course the student must sit 18 obligatory exams (including English), 2 exams of their choice, 5 workshops and a final exam. Educational goals: The course is designed to give students an in-depth knowledge of the basic psychological disciplines needed for a good understanding of the psychological, biopsychological, cognitive, emotional and social aspects of human behaviour. It also provides students with methodological and technical instruments of psychological analysis and intervention and allows them to acquire the knowledge relating to the methods and procedures of scientific investigation. Graduates on the Bachelor s Degree course in Pedagogical Sciences will also acquire: - a broad cultural education connected with knowledge and skills in dynamic psychology, cognitive sciences, clinical psychology, social psychology and labour psychology; - knowledge relating to development, learning, socialisation and educational processes, in relation to social and cultural class contexts. Career opportunities for graduates: Graduates on the Bachelor s Degree in Pedagogical Sciences and Techniques will be able to enrol for the Master s Degree in Psychology. The career openings in the public and private sector for graduates from these courses are in rehabilitation, functional re-education, the social integration of people with disabilities and also the possible collaboration with psychologists in the realisation of psycho-educational interventions and work aimed at integration and social participation. Organisation 14

15 Teaching is made up of lectures, seminars and classes. Attendance is not obligatory but it is very much recommended. Disciplines: General psychology, fundamentals of anatomy, physiology and physical activity, psychometrics, developmental psychology, English language, personality psychology, general sociology, computer science lab, social psychology, physiological psychology, psychometrics, labour and corporate psychology, dynamical psychology, cultural anthropology, general pedagogy, education psychology, group psychology, neuropsychopathology and neurorehabilitation. FACULTY OF SCIENCE Master Computer Science Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Computer Science (class n.26) The course aims to train high level professionals in specialist IT. The student will have skills in analysis, planning, project management and commissioning relating to systems of processing, transmission and generation of information. They will be able to use advanced innovative methodologies and will have specialist knowledge in standardised methods, techniques and instruments for the development of information systems. This specific preparation of graduates will allow them to hold positions of responsibility, to contribute to technological innovation, as well as to access further university studies (doctorate degrees). Career opportunities for graduates Graduates may carry out professional activities such as: information project managers, information engineers, IT researchers, managing directors of co mputer networks, project managers of architecture, software, hardware and networking, managers responsible for information systems, specialist systems planners in the internet or intranet field, coordinators responsible for websites, management specialists in technological infrastructure for e-commerce, computer security managers, information engineering specialists, quality managers for information systems, and teachers in subjects associated with IT. Master Mathematics Entry requirements: Bachelor s degree or equivalent in mathematics. Requirement for entry is the possession of at least 38 CFU in the disciplinary sectors Elements of probability and Statistics, Fundamentals of Superior Geometry 1 History of Mathematics MAT/05: Fundamentals of Superior Analysis 1 Complementary Mathematics, Optimisation, (Numerical Analysis - I module, Numerical Analysis II module) Operative Research) and 18 CFU in the disciplinary sectors (Laboratory of Physics III, Fundamentals of Theoretical Physics, Fundamentals of structure of matter, Fundamentals of Nuclear and sub nuclear Physics Fundamentals of Astronomy and Astrophysics, (Algebra 1,) (Fundamentals of Computer Sciences) Statistics. 15

16 The course aims to provide a solid grounding in the various advanced sectors of algebra, geometry, mathematical analysis, mathematical physics, probability and statistical calculation and numerical calculation accompanied by good IT skills. Career opportunities for graduates Graduates from this master s degree can go on to work in various sectors such as: laboratories and centres of research; the field of dissemination of scientific culture; teaching; the services sector; public administration; IT; finance; engineering; health; academic-scientific communication and more generally in all situations in which mental flexibility, computational and IT skills prove useful as well as a great familiarity with the management, analysis and processing of numerical data. In particular, they are able (or may easily acquire any skills lacking) to carry out professions such as: mathematicians and statistician; expert in applied mathematics and operative research; IT and telecommunications consultants. Master Chemical Sciences Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Chemistry (class n.21) The course aims to provide the student with a good knowledge of the fundamentals of inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, industrial chemistry and biochemistry. The student will acquire skills in fundamental laboratory operations; they will be able to choose and utilize experiment methods in data collection and analysis and in the use of scientific equipment for analytical and structural research. They will also study the structures of computers and networks and have the ability to use common management and data processing programmes. They will be taught work environment safety and quality control and be able to use at least one European Union language besides Italian. Career opportunities for graduates The degree allows access to research, production control and analysis laboratories in firms operating in the chemical, pharmaceutical, mechanical and food sectors. It is also possible to work as a freelance professional, subject to passing the state qualifying exam. The student may also choose to teach in secondary schools and in technical and professional institutions. Master Physics Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Physics (class n.25) 16

17 Graduates must: have a solid cultural grounding in traditional and modern physics; a fair command of the scientific research method; an in-depth knowledge of the modern instruments of measurement and of data analysis techniques; have an in-depth knowledge of mathematical and IT support instruments; have a high level of scientific and operative preparation in the disciplines that characterize the class; be able to write and speak fluently in at least one language of the European Union, in addition to Italian; be able to workin complete autonomy, taking on responsibility for projects and institutions; be able to use the specific competences acquired for the modeling of complex systems in the field of applied sciences. Career opportunities for graduates Among the activities available to specialist graduates are: scientific research in the sphere of research centres and universities; the promotion and development of scientific and technological innovation; the planning and management of technologies in areas connected with the physical disciplines for example environment, health, cultural heritage and public administration sectors; the dissemination at a high level of the scientific culture with specific reference to the theoretical, experimental and applicative aspects of traditional and modern physics. Master Geological Sciences and Technologies Entry requirements : Bachelor s degree or three year university diploma, or an equivalent foreign qualification. Students must have acquired at least 81 CFU in the following scientific disciplinary sectors: MATat least 6 CFU; (Laboratory of Physics III, Fundamentals of Theoretical Physics, Fundamentals of structure of matter, Fundamentals of Nuclear and sub nuclear Physics,Fundamentals of Astronomy and Astrophysics) at least 6 CFU; Analytical Chemistry-equilibrium solution, Physical Chemistry of interphases, Coordination Chemistry I with Laboratory, Planning and synthesis with laboratory Synthesis strategies) at least 6 CFU;,-,(, Applied Micropaleontology:, Geology II (I module), Geology II (II module),, Geological Environmental bases in Territorial planning and Landscape, Slope Instability and Applied Hydrogeology, Slope Instability, Applied Hydrogeology, Environmental Mineralogy, Petrology of Crystalline Hydrogeochemistry, Planning and management of extractive activities, Geophysics Techniques for characterization of materials at least 63 CFU Students must have good cultural preparation and qualified scientific and operative preparation in the specific sectors of Earth Sciences through the acquisition of techniques used to understand the phenomena that regulate the processes of transformation and e volution of the Earth System. The student will acquire the necessary knowledge to plan the restoration and conservation of the quality of complex natural physical realities affected by human activity. They will also acquire the necessary competences in the methodological and operative aspects needed for the solution of problems of a geological, technical and environmental character. In particular, the planned specific educational goals are geared towards the study of land, the protection of the environment and geo-resources, sectors which present valid scientific development and occupational prospects. 17

18 Career opportunities for graduates The competences acquired allow graduates to carry out the profession of geologist in the following employment contexts: as a freelance professional geologist; in the field of geological exploration; territorial planning and environmental protection; characteris ation of natural materials (rocks and soil) used in the construction of modern buildings or archaeological artefacts; management of areas exposed to natural pollution; geological technical studies; hydro-geological research and protection of water bodies, aquifer reclamation; geological and geophysical exploration of the undersoil with the aim to find energy, mineral and water resources; extraction activities of ornamental stone material, the use and treatment of industrial minerals; promotion and diffusion of the scientificculture. FACULTY OF BIOLOGY AND PHARMACY Natural Sciences Entry requirements: Bachelor s degree or three year university diploma, or an equivalent foreign qualification. During the bachelor s degree course, the student must have acquired at least 76 CFU among the following scientific disciplinary sectors: MAT, CHIM and FIS at least 20 CFU; Module of General Botany, Module of Systematic Botany, Plant biodiversity and elements of VIA, Morphology and Plant Physiology, Vertebrate Zoology, Animal Cytology and Histology, Preservation and management of natural resources, Communication and naturalistic teaching, Physiology, Biochemistry and Neurogenetics) at least 36 CFU; Applied Micropaleontology, Geology) Geology II (II module), Geological Environmental bases in Territorial planning and Landscape, Slope Instability and Applied Hydrogeology, Slope Instability, Applied Hydrogeology, Environmental Mineralogy Petrology of Crystalline Hydrogeochemistry at least 20 CFU. The specific objectives of this master s degree course are to complete the cultural preparation of the systemic analysis of the natural environment in all its biotic and a biotic components and their interactions in their historical evolutionary dimension, through: the completion of the bases in chemistry both in specific techniques and in methodological and cultural approach; the completion of training in the geological and biological disciplines; the introduction to the theme of biodiversity. There is an initial introduction of the capacity to integrate for the management and conservation of the quality of the natural environment and also tools for fauna management and the conservation of biodiversity. The curriculum has a professional focus directed towards teaching, diffusion and naturalistic museology and to the territorial and environmental survey. Career opportunities for graduates : Graduates may carry out activities of basic and applied naturalistic research, a series of operative tasks in the management and conservation of protected areas and of biodiversity, in the communication and diffusion of environmental themes and naturalistic knowledge, in the analysis and description of the evolution of the ecosystems of the past and present, in the writing up, as collaborator for the naturalistic party, of documents for territorial planning, in the monitoring of environmental quality, and in the study of impact evaluation. 18

19 The qualification allows the graduate to go on to teach natural sciences in secondary schools. The employment opportunities available to graduates can be: administrations, public and private institutions dealing with the census, the monitoring, the recovery, and the conservation of natural heritage; the management of protected areas and/or science museums that hold naturalistic collections. 19

20 Marine Bioecology Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Applied Biochemistry (class n.12); degrees in class n.12 or other related classes; other equivalent Italian or foreign qualifications. The course aims at forming specialised graduates that have skills in the use of methodologies and technologies for the collection and the monitoring of environmental marine and lagoon data. They will be able to plan the interventions of prevention and protection of marine and lagoon environments. Career opportunities for graduates Graduates can work in a number of areas, such as: the collection, classification, analysis, restoration and conservation of biotic components in marine and lagoon environments; the analysis and monitoring of the marine environment in the perspective of sustainability and prevention with the aim to promote environmental quality; the control of activity along the coastal areas for the correct management of the areas subject to high anthropisation; the biological management of marine parks and reserves. Cellular and Molecular Biology Entry requirements: Bachelor s Degree in Biology or a related degree course. The degree aims to provide students with an in-depth cultural knowledge of basic biology and the various sectors of applied biology and cellular/molecular biology. The student will also have the opportunity to carry out many practical experiments, providing them with an in-depth knowledge of instrumental methodology, and experimental, analytical, statistical and computerized data processing methods. The student will be trained in correct laboratory practice to enable them to work with advanced methodologies relating to at least one specific research field. Career opportunities for graduates Classes are organised in such a way that students can, depending on the course of study chosen, carry out: laboratory activities in natural or practical environments to acquire skills in experimental methodologies, in collection and elaboration of data and in the use of technologies; activities of promotion and development of scientific and technological information, and also in planning and management of technologies, both in the private sector and public administrations and in professional freelance; professional activities and planning in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries and in research laboratories and public administration institutions 20

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