Study plan

First year

First semester

SSD MAT/05

Credits 9

The course aims to provide the tools to achieve adequate knowledge of the concepts underlying mathematical analysis and linear algebra and to consolidate calculation skills. Particular attention has been paid to the choice of significant examples, sometimes drawn from applied sciences, others from more common applications, in order to stimulate logical-deductive aptitudes.

Teachers

Chiara Giacomoni

SSD IUS/01

Credits 6

Contents of the private law part: the sources of law; legal activity; the subjective legal situations and the legal relationship; the protection of rights; subjects of law; the rights of the person; private autonomy and the legal system; the structure and effectiveness of the contract; the structural and functional pathologies of the contract; some typical contracts: the sale, the exchange, the rental agreement; property and other real rights; communion; successions: outline.

Contents of the part of agricultural law: the farm and the contracts connected to it; agricultural property; agricultural contracts.

Teachers

Alberto Levi

SSD FIS/01

Credits 6

The course aims to provide the student with the fundamental notions of classical mechanics, thermodynamics and electrostatics

These notions, also illustrated through a large number of examples, will have to allow him to set up and solve simple problems and to understand some fundamental properties of matter, deriving from the laws studied.

Teachers

Andrea Baraldi

SSD ING-INF/05

Credits 6

The course provides the fundamental concepts of computer science, illustrating the functioning of electronic calculators and introduces the basic concepts of programming.

Second semester

SSD ICAR/17

Credits 6

The aim of the course is to illustrate the operating logic of the cad engine to acquire skills in assisted technical drawing, making use of the main design software.

Teachers

Daniele Bianchi

SSD CHIM/07

Credits 6

Objectives of the course: the course aims to provide the student with the basic chemical knowledge necessary for a full understanding of its application aspects in civil engineering, particularly in relation to possible building materials and their properties.

Teachers

Robert Rose

SSD L-LIN/12

Credits 3

Grammar is not studied just for its own sake, but with the express purpose of applying it to the language relevant to engineering. To ss. you are asked to research a presentation to be given in English on a topic of your choice to take to your final exam. At the end of the course students will be able to express their ideas through spoken and written language. They will also be able to immediately understand the meaning of speech in English, translate texts, and deal with topics related to engineering.

SSD ICAR/06

Credits 9

The course aims to provide students with the skills necessary for the study and description of the territory and the environment. Students will be provided with the skills to deal with any problem relating to topographic surveying in any context, including structural, by learning integrated data acquisition techniques. The topics of data analysis, results and their archiving will be addressed.

Teachers

Marco Dubbini

Second year

Second semester

SSD ICAR/20

Credits 6

The course aims to provide students with the knowledge necessary to "read and interpret" an urban plan (at the various levels in which planning develops: territorial, municipal, sectoral, implementing, ...) and evaluate its implications both for the drafting of the project and for its realization, as well as providing the necessary knowledge to carry out complex interventions through the most advanced techniques and procedures also in public-private relationships.

For this purpose, the lessons take place in a constant interweaving of the technical methods and the legal rules and sources that support them with particular in-depth analysis of the public and private aspects.

Teachers

Hermes Dalprato

Third year

First semester

Health and environmental safety techniques

Credits 6

SSD

Credits 51

Each student of the three-year degree course carries out a compulsory internship in selected companies, professional studios and institutions during the first teaching period of the third year.

The internship, in addition to representing an opening on the world of work which is fundamental for the training of students, is also an opportunity to start relationships between universities, companies and professional studios.

Second semester

Sustainable construction and innovation

Credits 6

Environmental risk management

Credits 6

SSD L-LIN/12

Credits 3

Grammar is not studied just for its own sake, but with the express purpose of applying it to the language relevant to engineering. To ss. you are asked to research a presentation to be given in English on a topic of your choice to take to your final exam. At the end of the course students will be able to express their ideas through spoken and written language. They will also be able to immediately understand the meaning of speech in English, translate texts, and deal with topics related to engineering.

SSD

Credits 6

During the graduation exam, the final exam of the course of study, the student will be evaluated for the disciplinary competence and the acquired autonomous elaboration and research skills.