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Cultural Enhancement and Valorization of Territory and Landscape  Valorizzazione culturale del territorio e del paesaggio

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field LM-80 Geography
Application and Admission Open, subject to entry requirements. How to apply
Course Duration 2 years
Course Attendance Not mandatory
Course Language Italian
Course Location via Festa del Perdono 7 - Milano
Head of Studies Flavio Lucchesi
Course Website Programme Description (Italian)



Course Objectives

The master degree programme in Cultural Land and Landscape Development is designed to satisfy the increasing need to:

  • train new scientific and professional figures capable of synthesising and rendering accessible information attained through specific analyses carried out by specialists in relation to the environment, landscape, the intrinsic ties between the natural and man-made environment and its inhabitants, and the typical cultural and economic resources of the land and related tangible and intangible goods
  • support and promote informed discussions on problems relating to the landscape, the environment, and related tangible and intangible goods
  • support decision-making and deliberative processes held by communities or public bodies in relation to the management of the environment, landscape, economic and cultural resources typical of the land, and all related tangible and intangible goods
  • support training processes for information owners and users (both decision-makers and local communities), as well as computer, consulting and deliberation processes in the use of the land for different purposes.



Career and Employmen

Graduates can work for all public and private entities that require professional skills compatible with the specific competences provided by the master degree programme.

Other possible career opportunities can be pursued in the field of land governance management. Graduates can assume positions of responsibility in the management of public and private study and research centres; governmental and local institutions in the sectors of land planning and the management of environmental and landscape resources, tourist resources and associated events; the processing and interpretation of demographic, economic, climactic, and environmental data; general and thematic cartographic processes; land analyses, etc.

They can also pursue consulting roles for private and public entities engaged in the development of tourist resources and land planning, taking into account the local geographic framework; and managerial positions in the field of specific geographic and cartographic publishing and the diffusion of information and environmental and tourist culture.

The master degree programme also enables students to undertake entry competitions for doctoral programmes, leading to a career in University research in the fields of geography and human environmental sciences.