Cultures of Heritage: knowledge, protection, valorization and management

Cultures of Heritage: knowledge, protection, valorization and management

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The multidisciplinary approach offered by the Master’s features both traditional educational activities, such as lectures, conferences and field studies, and experimental activities, such as protection and valorization workshops and laboratories.

The teaching of the first year coincides with that of the 2nd Level International Master’s in Architectural Restoration and Cultures of Heritage (Roma Tre University – Department of Architecture), takes 11 months to complete, from January to December, and is subdivided into 12 modules lasting one week each.

Students enrolled in the two-year 2nd Level International Master’s in “Cultures of Heritage: Knowledge, Protection, Valorization and Management”, with a legal, economics or management background may attend the Economics Design Laboratory instead of the Architectural Design Laboratory.

The teaching of the second year is arranged according to a thematic and multidisciplinary programme lasting 10-11 months, and is subdivided into weekly lectures and training activities on Fridays and Saturdays, from February to May. Up to two weeks of intensive study, of about 40 hours each, may also take place between June and July. September, October, November and December are dedicated to internships, the preparation of the final papers and workshops.

By the end of the first year, students enrolled in the Two-year Master’s may submit an application to transition to the One-year 2nd Level International Master’s in Architectural Restoration and Cultures of Heritage, and obtain the qualification upon payment of the enrolment fee and approval by the Master’s Council.

By the end of December, students enrolled in the One-year 2nd Level international Master’s in Architectural Restoration and Cultures of Heritage may submit an application to transition to the Two-year Master’s, thereby renouncing the one-year qualification.

Those who have obtained one of the Roma Tre Master’s indicated in the paragraph “Recognition of previous qualifications”, may enrol in the Two-year International Master’s in Cultures of Heritage: Knowledge, Protection, Valorization and Management, by the methods indicated in that paragraph.

Students who have obtained a post-graduate diploma in similar topics at other universities (e.g. 2nd Level (EFQ Level 8) Master’s, Specialization School Course, Doctorate) may enrol in the Two-year International Master’s in Cultures of Heritage: Knowledge, Protection, Valorization and Management, by the methods indicated in the paragraph “Recognition of previous qualifications”.

Course educational goals

The Two-year Master’s aims to update and complete the training of architects, planners, landscape architects, environmental engineers, structural engineers, geotechnical engineers, geologists, geographers, archaeologists, art and architecture historians, conservators, restorers, anthropologists, museum curators, economists, business economists, jurists, and communicators, providing a multidisciplinary learning and experimental experience on topics of the protection, valorization and management of cultural heritage.

Employment opportunities

The Two-year Master’s prepares students for professional careers in the field of cultural heritage management, in both the public and private sector.

The Master’s is also an opportunity for professionals already active in public and private spheres to update and refresh their knowledge and skills.

 

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Pamela Moretto 02 December 2020