Land and Environmental Engineering
The Second Cycle degree in Land and Environmental Engineering aims to train a professional able to understand the continuously evolving problems linked to the environment and the interactions of the various disciplinary fields to contribute to resolving the most topical challenges involving the management of the land and the environmental repercussions of man’s works (plans and projects).
The Second Cycle degree in Land and Environmental Engineering sets out the acquisition of 120 university credits.
Student Advisory Service
Degree programme committees
COURSE TEACHING REGULATIONS
The teaching regulations specify the organisational aspects of the course, according to the corresponding system, respecting the freedom of teaching and the rights-duties of professors/lecturers and students.