Academic Year 2018/19





School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering



Degree Programme of:


Environmental and Land Planning Engineering
Laurea (Equivalent To Bachelor Of Science)


Milano Leonardo Campus

1. General Information

School School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering
Code Reference Law346
NameEnvironmental and Land Planning Engineering
Reference LawOrdinamento 270/04
Class of degreeL-7 - Civil and Environmental Engineering
Degree level Laurea (Equivalent To Bachelor Of Science)
First year of activation 2008/2009
Official length of the programme 3
Years of the programme already activated 1,2,3
Official language(s) Italian
Campus Milano
Dean of the School Taliercio Alberto
Coordinator of the Study programme Renato Casagrandi
Website of the School http://www.ingcat.polimi.it
Website of the Study programme
http://www.iat.polimi.it/


Central Student Office - Milano
Address VIA C. GOLGI, 42 (MI)

2. General presentation of the study programme

Environment and Land Planning are two terms which enclose the set of problems concerning interaction between Man and Environment and which derive their origin from the pressures of society which organises its development by exploiting natural resources. The scope of disciplines of Environment and Land Planning therefore cover, first of all, the cognitive and descriptive context of the space in which we live, of the resources we use (water, air, ground, flora and fauna) and of the processes governing their alteration and qualitative characteristics, in such a way as to be able to foresee their evolution, possible decay and all the potential risks that could have an impact on human society which, in such spaces and with such resources, conducts its life.

 

Dealing properly with all issues concerning land organisation and protection, management of natural resources, protection and restoration of the environmental quality (water, air, ground) consequently requires technicians with specific preparation and orientation focused to this strategic and increasingly topical sector. The Politecnico di Milano has answered this need by creating, back in 1983, a Degree Programme specifically dedicated to these issues which, since 1990, has taken on the name of Environmental and Land Planning Engineering (IAT), which remains in the current Study System. The Programme trains engineers with an interdisciplinary preparation oriented both to the analysis and description of the environment, land and their alteration phenomenology as well as to the design and evaluation of technical interventions to maintain and control all issues arising from the interaction between man and the environment, within the boundaries and constrains prospected by the requirements of a sustainable development.


3. Learning objectives

The 1st Level Degree (Bachelor of Science) in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering aims to train engineers with an interdisciplinary preparation and adequate capability to analyse environmental and land phenomena and to design works and interventions necessary to control issues connected with the interaction of man with the surrounding environment. Il Programme is divided in 2 levels which lead, respectively, to a Bachelor of Science  and a Master of Science. The degree provides adequate preparation for analysis and solution of problems which require the use of standard and consolidated tools, sufficient to face the issues which most frequently arise in practicing the profession in this sector; the programme is thus oriented towards the acquisition of the basic tools common to the various spheres of activity of the environmental engineer, presenting a number of examples of applications concerning complementary professional roles (ground protection and prevention against natural risks, planning and management, environmental recovery technologies, etc.)

In such general context, the overall programme has the following educational objectives:

  • develop application capabilities via laboratories and internships;
  • develop capabilities of autonomy of judgement by proposing development of documents in which  various solutions are compared and critically evaluated;
  • provide adequate knowledge of the most recent technological developments;
  • provide a complete view of the main issues concerning protection of the environment;
  • use simulation and optimisation tools to make efficient choices.

while the more specific objectives included within the following:

  • provide a solid background in the disciplines of mathematics, physics and chemistry;
  • provide basic knowledge of the processes of identification and preparation of land protection interventions;
  • provide elements to describe and understand water, air and ground pollution phenomena;
  • provide basic knowledge for use of cartographic tools and development of simple environmental information systems;
  • provide basic knowledge useful in land planning and management;
  • provide tools for elaboration of simple strategies for rational management of natural resources and ecosystems;
  • provide elements for evaluation of the impact of civil works, town plans and new legislation on the environment;
  • provide the necessary tools to design engineering works of limited complexity and to manage necessary interventions for land protection (natural hydrological and seismic risks);
  • provide an adequate overview of suitable technologies for restoration of water, air and ground quality.

4. Organization of the study programme and further studies

4.1 Structure of the study programme and Qualifications

The degree programme includes a common nucleus of basic courses considered necessary to deal with problems of analysis of environmental and land processes at the various spatial and time scales, and takes place in the first five semesters. Such courses are aimed at acquiring detailed and solid knowledge of basic engineering educational disciplines such as mathematical analysis, geometry, physics, computer science and chemistry, and are supplemented with a further common nucleus of courses characteristic of and indispensable for the education of an environmental engineer, whatever track is chosen or for continuing to a Master of Science. In the last semester of the third Programme year, examples of application of consolidated techniques of intervention and management, updated with the most recent developments, are also provided to cope with the solution of specific macro-sectorial problems concerning complementary professional roles:

Land Protection and Prevention Against Natural Risks, addressing protection of land against hydrological and seismic risks.

Natural Resources Planning and Management, addressing land planning, management of natural resources and design of environmental and land planning information systems.

Environmental Protection and Remediation Technologies, focusing on engineering interventions for prevention and reclamation of environmental alteration phenomena involving water, air and soil resources.

Courses provided are organised in such a way as to allow students to deepen their knowledge by making contact with the professional reality both via specific teaching laboratories as well as by technical visits to plants and industries organised within the various courses. There is also the possibility of internships during the final year, possibly with the aim of preparing a document for the final graduation exam.

The Politecnico di Milano offers in addition ample possibility to participate in student mobility programs, in particular within Erasmus e Socrates programmes of the European Union which foresee a recognised period of study (3-12 months) in a foreign university (possibly for development of the work for the graduation exam) with a scholarship. The Environmental and Land Planning Engineering Programme is traditionally one of the most active in this sector.


Schematic Structure of the study programme

4.2 Further Studies

The qualification grants access to "Laurea Magistrale" (2nd degree), "Corso di Specializzazione di primo livello" (1st level Specialization Course) and "Master Universitario di primo livello" (1st level University Master)


The 1st Level Degree (Bachelor of Science) gives access to the Master of Science  which foresees development of educational programmes aimed at going into detail and acquiring specialist skills in specific areas of the sector of interest. The 2nd Level Degree (Master of Science) in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering therefore has four different tracks, with three of them coherent with the professional profile of the 1st level BS qualification: Land Protection and Natural Risks Prevention, Natural Resources Planning and Management, Environmental Protection and Remediation Technologies. A fourth track, Environmental Monitoring and Diagnostics, addresses issues of control, monitoring and observation of the Earth system on various territorial scales, via the design of sensors and measurement systems, control and management of atmospheric, land and underground resources. It provides the basic scientific and technical knowledge for observation, representation and management of the physical characteristics of natural and anthropic environments as well as for studying its evolution over time in order to control phenomena in progress or forecast them. For every of such objectives, remote and on-site surveys are carried out and cartographic tools and monitoring networks of environmental processes are. This track is aimed at those who intend to operate in the fields of control, monitoring and observation of the Earth system on various territorial scales. An additional track, Environmental Engineering for Sustainability, is fully available in English and provides the panoply of courses required for addressing, with a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach, expected impacts from natural hazards and human activities on the general environment and its single components (air, water, soil and biota), as well as their mitigation.


The educational programme of the Master of Science  is configured as an "open system" able to accept both Bachelor of Science graduates in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering as well as graduates in other programmes in the fields of engineering and of science and technology. Access to the Master of Science is subject to certain regulatory constraints established by the School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering, published on the School web site: http://www.ingcat.polimi.it. It is advisable to visit also the following web: http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/scuola/normativa-di-riferimento/

The qualification also allows access to 1st level Master of Science Programmes offered by universities and institutes in sectors similar or complementary to Environmental and Land Planning Engineering.

After qualifying as a Master of Science, it is possible to access second level Master of Science Programmes and compete for Ph.D. Programmes, organised in various scientific areas directly linked to environmental and land planning issues. At the Politecnico di Milano a Ph.D. in Environmental and Infrastructural Engineering is active which constitutes the natural prosecution of the Master of Science  in the specific sector of Environmental and Land Planning Engineering. The Ph.D. Programme is at least a three-year Programme of activity during which the student must acquire a further 180 credits, 40 of which relating to basic research training. During the Programme the student is included in specific projects of scientific and technological development of national and international interest, developed both in collaboration with scientific agencies and within the framework of agreements with companies and engineering firms.


5. Professional opportunities and work market

5.1 Professional status of the degree

The graduate in Environmental and Territorial Engineering achieves the academic title of B.S. in Environmental and Territorial Engineering. However, in order to work as a professional engineer, it is necessary, after graduation, to successfully pass a qualification test and to enrol in the Professional Association of Civil Engineers (which comprises Civil, Environmental and Building Engineers).
Successfully passing the first level qualification test entitles to work as a "junior" professional engineer, which means that there are limitations of dimension and level of complexity of the works that may be undertaken


   

5.2 Careers options and profiles

The main occupational opportunities of courses of this degree class are:

  • engineering firms, professional practices and land planning and environmental service companies;
  • companies managing the technology networks of public utilities;
  • pollution removal plant manufacturers and companies involved in power production and waste disposal;
  • companies manufacturing and managing environmental instrumentation, remote sensors and  environmental monitoring networks;
  • companies involved in construction and maintenance of works and interventions for ground protection and de-pollution;
  • environment and/or land planning division of large companies;
  • institutes and public services for monitoring, control and protection of the environment and land and for evaluation of environmental compatibility of plans and works;
  • authorities and agencies for land and environmental, geological and energy resource planning and control;
  • national and regional technical and cartographic services.

Surveys of University Assessment Commission
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4125

5.3 Qualification profile

Environmental and land engineer
profile in a work context:
Professional profile able to understand the environmental and territorial situation and design the works and interventions necessary to control the problems related to the interaction between man and environment. This training programme, aimed at providing a good preparation for the analysis and solution of problems that require the application of standard and consolidated tools, necessary to address the issues that most frequently affect this sector, wants to make acquire the basic tools from the different areas of action of the environmental engineer, by showing some examples of applications related to complementary professional profiles (soil protection and natural-hazard prevention measures, planning and management, environmental restoration technologies).

To work as freelancer, it is compulsory to pass a state professional examination and register to the Register of Engineers - Civil Sector (for civil, environmental and construction engineers). Passing the first level state professional examination qualifies for working as junior engineer, which implies limitations on the size and level of complexity of the works that can be designed.
skills of this function:
Specific skills: 
- designing works of limited complexity and managing the interventions necessary for preservation of territory (risks of hydrological and seismic nature);
 - provide development plans for the territory and develop basic strategies for management of natural resources;
 - manage technologies and structures for environmental protection against pollution and for environmental restoration;
 - acquire and process, with standard and consolidated methodologies, data useful for monitoring environmental situations.
Job opportunities:
The main job opportunities are:
- engineering companies, professional firms and territorial and environmental service companies;
 - enterprises and companies managing technological networks of public interest;
 - companies producing plants for treatment of liquid and gaseous waste, for production of energy and the management and disposal of waste;
 - companies for production and management of environmental instrumentation, remote sensors and environmental monitoring systems and networks;
 - construction and maintenance companies for works and interventions for soil protection and restoration of contaminated soil;
 - environmental and/or territory department of big companies;
 - public institutions and services for monitoring, controlling and protecting the environment and territory and assessing the environmental compatibility of plans and works;
 - authorities and agencies for planning and monitoring the territory and environmental, geological and energy resources;
 - national and regional technical and cartographic services.

6. Enrolment

6.1 Access requirements

Secondary school leaving qualification, or foreign comparable qualifications


According to article 6 of  Ministerial Decree 270/04, admission to Bachelor of Science Programmes is subject to possession of a four or five year high school diploma or other qualification obtained abroad and recognised to be suitable. To enrol in the first year an admission test, aimed at ascertaining student aptitude and preparation, must be passed. To this end, the University organises an on-line test (TOL) in sessions (approx. one per month) for high school students. The test comprises a section aimed at verifying knowledge of English at a sufficient level to be able to understand an elementary technical text.. Minimal knowledge of English will therefore be considered a prerequisite which is satisfied by passing the test. A result below the pass threshold causes assignment of compulsory supplementary education (CSE) which can be satisfied by passing the test in a subsequent session . Candidates having obtained the minimum required score defined each year by the University in one of the following internationally recognised tests may be exempt from the admission test: SAT, GRE, GMAT. Necessary details are defined each year by the Academic Senate and are available on the University web site.

6.2 Requested knowledge

The engineering test of the Politecnico di Milano is carried out exclusively online (TOL) - it consists of the answer to 65 multiple-choice questions aimed at verifying possession of a solid background in the fundamental concepts of mathematics and physics, aptitude for logical/abstract reasoning and knowledge of English.

The 65 questions are divided as follows:

- 30 on English (15 minutes);
- 25 on Logic, Mathematics and Statistics (75 minutes);
- 5 on verbal comprehension (10 minutes);
- 5 on Physics (10 minutes).


The educational offer at the Politecnico di Milano
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4930

6.3 Deadlines

Planned number of local places for academic year 2018/2019:

- students which my enrol (Italian, EU and non-EU students resident in Italy): 188

- places reserved for non-EU students: 12

- total planned places: 200


Detailed information on deadlines and places available can be found in the Enrolment Guide
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=1103


How to become a student at Politecnico di Milano
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=2975

6.4 Tutoring and students support

Teaching Guidance Commissions of the School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering.
http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/servizi/orientamento_didattico.php?id_nav=673


Polinternational
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=2175

7. Contents of the study Program

7.1 Programme requirements

In order to achieve the first level degree (Bachelor of Science) it is necessary to acquire 180 credits as specified in the present Teaching program. The course of studies in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering forms engineers with an inter-disciplinary training oriented to the analysis and control of environmental phenomena, and to the planning of interventions with the aim of solving problems which may arise from man-nature and man-environment interaction, in the frame of sustainable development. During the first two years of the first level degree, the students are trained to undertake problems related to the analysis of environmental and territorial processes at different spatial and temporal scales, which they will meet in their future professional life. During the third year, specific problems in different macro-sectors (soil defence, natural hazard prevention, environmental monitoring, land planning and management, environmental reclamation technologies) are presented and tackled; the solutions of such problems will be based on the most consolidated and up-to-date intervention and management techniques.


The Master of Science study programme contents, on the other hand, are oriented to the development and improvement of a more focussed preparation in specific areas. In particular, students of the Master of Science Programme acquire a cultural preparation and familiarity with advanced methodologies which are applied to the development of specific issues in the scope of specialist programmes on various environmental issues. After the Master of Science it is possible to submit for the admission to Ph.D. Programmes, organised in various scientific areas directly related to environmental and land planning issues.

7.2 Mode of study

This Course requires a full time attendance and involves classroom and laboratory activities.

7.3 Detailed learning objectives

1 Year courses - Track: MA1 - Non diversificato a.a. 2018/19


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
097253ACHIM/07CHEMISTRY A AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY110.010.0
097254AING-INF/05COMPUTER SCIENCE18.08.0
097303AMAT/03
MAT/05
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS AND GEOMETRYA16.016.0
097260AFIS/01PHYSICS I28.08.0
082355BGEO/05ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY28.08.0
052522B,CING-IND/35ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING ECONOMICS25.05.0

2 Year courses - Track: MAA


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052400AMAT/05ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS16.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
6.0
097267AFIS/01PHYSICS II110.010.0
097290BICAR/08STRUCTURAL MECHANICS I18.08.0
097280B,CICAR/06SURVEYING AND ADJUSTMENT THEORY18.08.0
082356B,CING-INF/04MODELLING AND SIMULATION28.08.0
097705B,CBIO/07ECOLOGY28.08.0
082358BICAR/01HYDRAULICS28.08.0
085639B,CICAR/03ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING28.08.0

3 Year courses - Track: MB1 - Difesa del Suolo e Prevenzione dai Rischi Naturali/Land Protection and Natural Risks Prebenction


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052518B,CICAR/02HYDROLOGY17.08.0
052519----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
052562BICAR/07SOIL MECHANICS17.08.0
052563----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
052566B,CICAR/20TERRITORIAL PLANNING17.08.0
052567----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
050523B,CICAR/02HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK [I.C]210.010.0
093691B,CICAR/06POSITIONING AND MONITORING TECHNIQUES210.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group TABELLA A------16.0
090889B,CICAR/06GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS28.08.0
088676----TRAINING (ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING - MILAN)--18.0
088676----TRAINING (ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING - MILAN)--28.0
053305--M-FIL/02ENVIRONMENTAL GAMES [B]--22.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
2.0

Courses of the Group TABELLA A - TAB. A


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
088673 A MAT/08 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 1 8.0
088675 B GEO/11 EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICS 2 8.0
088674 B,C ICAR/09 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (IAT) 2 8.0

3 Year courses - Track: MD1 - Pianificazione e Gestione delle Risorse Naturali/Natural Resources Planning and Management


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052518B,CICAR/02HYDROLOGY17.08.0
052519----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
052562BICAR/07SOIL MECHANICS17.08.0
052563----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
052566B,CICAR/20TERRITORIAL PLANNING17.08.0
052567----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
085709B,CING-INF/04ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM210.010.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group TABELLA B------16.0
085722B,CBIO/07ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF PRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS28.08.0
088676----TRAINING (ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING - MILAN)--18.0
088676----TRAINING (ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING - MILAN)--28.0
053305--M-FIL/02ENVIRONMENTAL GAMES [B]--22.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
2.0

Courses of the Group TABELLA B/TAB. B


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
088715 A ING-INF/05 COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING 1 8.0
088673 A MAT/08 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 1 8.0
088675 B GEO/11 EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICS 2 8.0
095937 C ING-IND/09 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY CONVERSION 2 8.0
090889 B,C ICAR/06 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2 8.0

3 Year courses - Track: ME1 - Tecnologie di Risanamento Ambientale/Enviromental Protection and Remediation Technologies


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052518B,CICAR/02HYDROLOGY17.08.0
052519----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
052562BICAR/07SOIL MECHANICS17.08.0
052563----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
052566B,CICAR/20TERRITORIAL PLANNING17.08.0
052567----FINAL DEGREE TEST (1 CPS)11.0
088719B,CICAR/03AIR POLLUTION210.010.0
088717B,CICAR/03WASTEWATER TREATMENT210.0
085721B,CICAR/03WATER TREATMENT210.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group TABELLA C------16.0
091880B,CICAR/03FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY18.08.0
088676----TRAINING (ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING - MILAN)--18.0
088676----TRAINING (ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING - MILAN)--28.0
053305--M-FIL/02ENVIRONMENTAL GAMES [B]--22.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
2.0

Courses of the Group TABELLA C/TAB. C


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
088673 A MAT/08 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 1 8.0
088722 B,C ICAR/02 WATER NETWORK SERVICES 1 8.0
088721 B ING-IND/31 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2 8.0
095937 C ING-IND/09 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY CONVERSION 2 8.0
088674 B,C ICAR/09 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (IAT) 2 8.0

SUGGESTED PRIORITIES

All 2nd year courses suggest priority for Mathematical Analysis and Geometry.


COURSE SUGGESTED PRIORITIES
Physics II 1. Physics I
Structural mechanics I 1. Physics I
Modelling and simulation 1. Computer science
Ecology 1. Physics I
Hydraulics 1. Physics I
Envoronmental engineering  1. Chemistry and environmental chemistry
Hydrology 1. Hydraulics
Soil mechanics

1. Structural mechanics I

2. Hydraulics

Hydrogeological risk 1. Hydrology
Analysis and management of environmental technology

1. Ordinary differential equations

2. Surveying and adjustement theory

Ecology and sustanability of productive systems 1. Environmental engineering  economics
Fundamentals of environmental technology 1. Environmental engineering
Treatment plants of water supply

1.  Hydraulics

2. Environmental engineering

Wastewater treatment 1. Environmental engineering
Air pollution 1. Environmental engineering
Numerical analysis 1. Ordinary differential equations

The Programme Commission of  Environmental and Land Planning Engineering reserves the right to contact students not respecting priorities to ascertain the reasons of their choice in order to approve their study track.


Note: with reference to that established by the School Board on 26/10/06 and 26/09/07, should a course have less than 6 enrolled students, the School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering reserves the right to decide immediate deactivation of the course or to maintain it should adequate conditions be respected according to the Board resolution of 20/02/09.

7.4 Foreign language

Pursuant to Ministerial Decree 270/04, the Politecnico considers English to be the European Union language which must be understood in addition to Italian.

Starting from the academic year 2014/2015, all students admitted to a Master of Science must possess at least the level in according to parameters indicated in notices in the Student Services Area of the Politecnico di Milano.

See web page:

https://www.polimi.it/en/current-students/english-language/

 


Language courses
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7.5 Degree examination

In its current format the graduation exam consists in the preparation, presentation and discussion of a dissertation on an activity carried out autonomously by the student.

School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering: Graduation Exams.
http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/didattica/esami_laurea/?id_nav=682


Information concerning general rules and regulations, session calendars, registration and consignment of theses is available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=3135

8. Academic calendar

School of Civil Environmental and Land Management Engineering Academic Calendar for the Leonardo Campus, web page:

http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/en/didactics/academic-calendar/


Academic calendar
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9. Faculty

The names of professors for each Course, together with their subject, will be available on the degree programme starting from the month of September.
The degree programme is annually published on the website of Politecnico di Milano.

The names of professors for each Course, together with their subject, will be available on the degree programme starting from the month of September.
The degree programme is annually published on the website of Politecnico di Milano.

Web pages of School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering
http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/en/
Presentation
http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/en/school/presentation/
Contacts
http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/en/academic-office-and-services/

10. Infrastructures and laboratories

Student services

Student services are responsible for guidance and career management for students enrolled in Degree Programmes and specialistic degrees, the right to study, international mobility and all those services in support of university life.

Student services. http://www.polimi.it/studenti/accedi-ai-servizi/

Student IT services.

Area for Students and Professors http://www.polimi.it/studenti/accedi-ai-servizi/infopoint/

Other types of Laboratory are present in the Department providing courses for the Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering.


11. International context

The Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering actively participates in the general and specific University projects, such as:

  • Socrates/Erasmus Programmes
  • T.I.M.E. Project.
  • Unitech Programme
  • Non-EU Projects
  • Leonardo Campus
  • International Internships
  • Erasmus Mundus
  • Frame agreements
  • Student exchange agreements
  • Master Agreements
  • Double Degree Agreements

The Politecnico di Milano is one of the founding members of the T.I.M.E. programme, instituted in 1988. Today, 46 European technical universities have been admitted to the T.I.M.E. programme which allows students to obtain a degree in two different countries. Students have the possibility to extend their curriculum by substituting a year at the campus of origin with two years on the host campus in order to obtain a double degree.

The Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering is a promoter of the initiative called "Pianeta 3000" which has the objective of improving information in the various sectors of environmental and land planning disciplines and highlight their role in the economic and social sphere.

As part of this initiative conferences and debates have been organised on extremely topical issues such as climate change, nuclear power, waste incineration, etc.

DIIAR - ENVIRONMENTAL SECTION - Pianeta 3000
http://www.diiar.polimi.it/amb/semi.asp?id=2


12. Internationalization

For Internalization programme see:
Information on exchange programmes, double degree projects and international internships, European research and international relations projects are available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4639

13. Quantitative data

The Didactic Observation Unit and the Evaluation Nucleus perform periodic analysis on the overall results analysing the teaching activities and the integration of graduates into the work world. Reports and studies are available on the website of the Politecnico di MIlano.

14. Further information

A indicated in previous chapters, it is recommended to periodically consult and read carefully the following web pages of the School:

  • School Regulation; 
  • Communication notices and any Errata Corrige of the Teaching Regulations;
  • Teaching Regulations.

http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/

http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/scuola/normativa-di-riferimento/

http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/en/didactics/

 


Only the original in Italian is valid.

15. Errata corrige

Currently nothing to report