Academic Year 2018/19





School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering



Degree Programme of:


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


Milano Leonardo Campus

1. General Information

School School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering
Code Reference Law489
NameEnvironmental and Land Planning Engineering
Reference LawOrdinamento 270/04
Class of degreeLM-35 - Environmental engineering
Degree level Laurea Magistrale (Equivalent To Master Of Science)
First year of activation 2010/2011
Official length of the programme 2
Years of the programme already activated 1,2
Official language(s) () Italian/English
Campus Milano, Piacenza
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/
() The degree course offers some tracks in Italian and others in English.

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


Central Student Office - Piacenza
Address --

2. General presentation of the study programme

The Master of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering educates students who can design infrastructures and plan human development while balancing environmental health and the society’s need for better living conditions. The programme focuses on the broad range of multidisciplinary professional capabilities and expertise necessary for the analysis of environmental phenomena and the design of interventions to address problems arising from the interaction of man with nature and with the environment within the general framework of sustainable development. We achieve the mission through advanced scientific and technological education, also available within a full track in English, by offering a panoply of specialized courses and laboratories addressing all the environmental components, air, water, soil and the biota, and the impacts due to natural hazards and to human activities, as well as their mitigation.


Study organisation

 

The programme is divided into a first year, dedicated to the completion and enforcement of knowledge acquired in the Bachelor of Science of origin. This is achieved by offering courses in some areas of engineering basic science as well as theoretical and applied courses in the main disciplines characterising the Degree Programme, such as environmental engineering, land science utilisation, management, protection and planning.

In accordance with the strong interdisciplinary characteristics required by the degree, the second year provides for courses enabling the student to attend a programme for acquiring expertise within the main areas of professional interest: land conservation and prevention of natural and industrial risks, environmental monitoring and diagnostics, environmental resources planning and management as well as control and remediation technologies. These latter areas form the different base tracks selectable directly by the student without any further verification, with one curriculum fully available in English language. The programme organisation further allows large opportunities for supplementing the base track with elective courses on related disciplines such as energy, chemical, structural and management and production engineering, applied chemistry and physics and information technologies. The elective alternatives available and freely selectable include all courses of the Bachelor and Master of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering, as well as those present in all Bachelor and Master of Science Programmes offered at the School of Engineering of Politecnico di Milano. Courses from other Italian and European universities may be included, with the prior approval of the Study Course Board


Elective courses available for the students

The elective alternatives available and freely selectable include all courses of the Bachelor and Master of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering, as well as those present in all Bachelor and Master of Science Programmes offered at the School of Engineering of Politecnico di Milano. Courses from other Italian and European universities may be included, with the prior approval of the Study Course Board

To meet their academic requirements, students may also select courses with a different number of credits with respect to the indications included within the Recommended Study Plan Tables, provided that the total number of credits for each course year amounts to 60. In order to support student’s selection, tables have been prepared with courses recommended for the completion of their credits.


3. Learning objectives

Mission and goals

The contents of the study program are focused upon the acquisition of scientific knowledge and advanced techniques required by the intrinsic complexity of engineering issues regarding protection, management and remediation of environmental and land resources.
Within this general framework, professional requirements are included in the following general areas of expertise:


1. design mitigation measures against natural hazards and their anthropogenic influences (recommended track "land protection and natural risks prevention"),
broadly including:
  • structural interventions for hydro-geological protection, soil protection and conservation, both at local and regional scale, through the adoption of civil and naturalistic engineering works;
  • non-structural interventions of hydro-geological and seismic bounding as well as of warning systems for land and civil protection from extreme events.

The study contents are enhanced by appropriate laboratory and field courses for further addressing either in situ experimentation capacities than analysis, planning and design with advanced computing systems.

2. quantitative and qualitative land and environmental control (recommended track "environmental monitoring and diagnostics"),
covering:

  • acquisition, management, processing and representation of the physical characteristics of land through advanced technological tools;
  • design, building and maintainement of the observations data sequence for the analysis and management of environmental phenomena via monitoring systems and networks;
  • monitoring the development of environmental processes via in situ and remote sensing investigations;
  • design and development of mapping tools and management of environmental monitoring and control networks.

Program content is addressed to the design and administration of information systems for the coordination of land planning, monitoring and management of natural resources, civil protection and management of technical services, networks and infrastructures.

3. management of complex environmental networks and land and service information systems for planning at urban, district and regional scales (recommended plan "natural resources planning and management "),
including:

  • development of strategies for the rational management of natural resources, services and land;
  • planning sustainable development of land and infrastructures;
  • analysis of environmental and land data with the aid of mathematical modelling and advanced IT tools;
  • assessment of the ecological, social and economic impacts of major projects and environmental and land plans, projects and regulations.

Program content is focused upon management of complex environmental systems, construction of service and land information systems and planning, both on urban as well as district and regional scales (e.g. land and coordination planning, traffic and transport plans, allocation of social services).

4. analyse issues related to reclamation and maintenance of environmental quality (recommended plan "environmental protection and remediation technologies"),
including:

  • design, performance analysis and management of technological and engineering interventions for the treatment of primary and waste water, gaseous effluents, solid waste, sludge and contaminated sites;
  • identification, formulation and design of technological interventions for the reclamation and maintenance of the quality in different environmental compartments (water, atmosphere, biosphere, soil);
  • technical evaluations of management and reclamation strategies of municipal and industrial waste (reuse of waste water, recycling of biomass, recovery and reuse of resources from solid waste and sludge, etc.);
  • design, implementation and analysis of procedures and environmental management systems in public services and industrial activities.

Program content is focused towards the identification, analysis, design and evaluation of technological and process interventions for reclamation and management of environmental quality, both in the engineering as well as scientific research and industrial innovation sectors.


4. Organization of the study programme and further studies

4.1 Structure of the study programme and Qualifications

Environmental and Land Planning Engineering structure of study
Environmental and Land Planning Engineering - Programme organization chart

4.2 Further Studies

The qualification grants access to "Dottorato di Ricerca" (Research Doctorate), "Corso di Specializzazione di secondo livello" (2nd level Specialization Course) and "Master Universitario di secondo livello" (2nd level University Master)


Ph.D. programme

 

Acquisition of a Ph.D. requires a Master of Science as preparatory training. The Ph.D. programme is spread over a period of at least three years, during which the student must acquire 180 additional credits, 40 of which related to basic training in research. During the Ph.D. programme the student is inserted in  specific scientific and technological development projects  of national and international interest, developed both in collaboration with scientific institutions and within the framework of agreements with engineering companies and practices.


5. Professional opportunities and work market

5.1 Professional status of the degree

The engineer with a second-level degree (Master of Science) in Environmental and land planning engineering is able to deal with the planning, design and management of actions, interventions, works and infrastructures in order to guarantee the sustainable development of the interaction between man and nature. The course of study may follow four different tracks, corresponding to professional profiles which are defined to meet different requests for specific competence. This arises from the necessity of facing the intrinsic complexity of engineering problems such as environment reclaim and protection and land management.


The Master of Science graduate is able to address planning, design and management issues of actions, interventions, works and infrastructures for ensuring sustainable development in the interaction between man and nature. The programme is developed according to four different recommended study plans (which are automatically approved) corresponding to professional roles defined in terms of the different skill requirements which stem from the needs to address the inherent complexity of engineering problems regarding reclamation and protection of the environmental and of land planning.

Experience in recent years shows graduates may be employed in:

-       engineering companies, professional practices and land and environmental service companies

companies and operators of technological networks for public utilities

-       manufacturers of treatment systems for gas, liquid and solid residues and soil remediation facilities, of power generation, of waste disposal plants,

-       manufacturers and operators of environmental instrumentation, sensors and remote systems and networks for environmental monitoring,

-       construction and maintenance companies of works and interventions for soil conservation and remediation,

-       environment and/or land planning and management division of large companies,

-       technical analysis sector in banks and insurance companies,

-       public monitoring, environmental protection and civil defence services,

-       environmental and land planning and control authorities,

-       national and regional technical and cartography services.

 

5.2 Careers options and profiles

Professional opportunities related to the sample/recommended study plans.

 

A. LAND PROTECTION AND NATURAL RISKS PREVENTION

The professional profile meets the needs of engineering companies and professional practices, contractors of works for soil conservation and prevention and advance warning systems and public services for soil conservation and civil defence. This professional role represents an engineer with land planning knowledge and analysis and summary skills, combined with those of design intervention.

B. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND DIAGNOSTICS

The professional profile meets the needs of engineering companies and professional practices, manufacturers of environmental detection, monitoring and control systems and agencies and public services for environmental and land monitoring, control and defence.

C. NATURAL RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

Opportunities facing the engineer with this professional role include employment both in engineering companies as well as "Environment and Land" divisions of large public and private companies, both in technical services and coordination offices of public bodies .

D. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES

The specific skills acquired meet the needs of engineering companies, professional practices and contractors of works for gaseous emissions treatment, soil remediation, water supply and wastewater treatment, reclamation of water basins and solid waste disposal and of companies and public services for management and control of environmental quality. 

E. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING FOR SUSTANAIBILITY

This profile, fully available in English, 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. Professional capabilities acquired are essentially included within those environmental technical expertise requirements of industrial production companies, public and private service utilities for environmental management, international and national agencies for strategic and infrastructures planning and management of industrial and land development.

Since the academic year 2016/2017 at 2nd year to the track on ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING FOR SUSTANAIBILITY, already active in the Leonardo Campus, it's activated a subtrack for students "Erasmus internal" with a semester at the Piacenza's Campus.


University Career Service
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Surveys of University Assessment Commission
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5.3 Qualification profile

Environmental and land engineer


profile in a work context:
The educational content of this laurea magistrale is aimed at the preparation of engineers able to face the planning, design and management of actions, interventions, works and infrastructures aimed at ensuring sustainable development in human/nature interaction. 
The skills acquired provide a preparation that places the graduate student in the professional context for the identification, analysis, design and evaluation of planning strategies and technological and process interventions for recovery and management of environmental quality, both in engineering sector and in that of scientific research and industrial innovation. The intrinsic complexity of the engineering problems of recovery and protection of the environment and territorial management creates sector needs, to which the study programme provides an answer through four educational careers that want to improve the specific skills required in the professional fields of soil protection and natural risk prevention, environmental monitoring and diagnostics, planning and management of natural resources and environmental remediation technologies, respectively.
skills of this function:
Specific skills in the following professional sectors: 

Soil protection and natural risk prevention, in the context of design of natural hazard mitigation actions and their man-made forces:
• structural interventions of hydrogeological protection, soil conservation and protection, at local and regional level, carried out through civil engineering and naturalistic works;
 • non-structural hydrogeological and seismic zoning interventions, notice and pre-announcement of extreme events and civil protection.

Environmental monitoring and diagnostics, in the context of qualitative and quantitative control of territory and environment:
- acquire, manage and draw the physical characteristics of the territory, through advanced technological tools;
 - design, build and maintain the chain of observation of environmental phenomena through monitoring systems and networks;
 - monitor the evolution of environmental processes through in situ and remote surveys;
 - develop cartographic tools and manage monitoring and control networks of the environment.

Planning and management of natural resources, within the management of complex environmental systems and information systems of services and territory for urban, regional and district planning:
- develop strategies for rational management of natural resources, services and territory;
 - plan the sustainable development of territory and infrastructures by performing economic analyses, if needed;
 - analyse environmental and territorial data with the help of mathematical modelling and modern IT tools;
 - estimate the ecological, social and economic impact of major works and plans, projects and laws on the environment and territory.
 

Environmental restoration technologies, in the analysis and design of structural, technological and planning interventions for recovery and maintenance of environmental quality:
- design, performance analysis and management of technological and plant interventions for treatment of primary and waste water, gaseous effluents, solid waste, sludge and contaminated sites;
 - identification, formulation and design of technological interventions for recovery and maintenance of quality in different environmental sectors (water, atmosphere, biosphere, soil);
 - technical evaluations of strategies for management and recovery of materials and energy from civil and industrial waste (reuse of waste water, biomass recycling, recovery and reuse of resources from solid waste and sludge, etc.);
 - formulation, implementation and analysis of environmental management procedures and systems in public services and industrial activities.
Job opportunities:
In general, the job opportunities are the following:
- engineering companies, professional firms and territorial and environmental service companies;
 - enterprises and companies managing technological networks of public interest;
 - companies producing de-pollution, energy production plants 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 de-pollution;
 - environmental and/or territory department of big companies;
 - technical analysis sector of credit companies and insurance companies;
 - public monitoring, environmental protection and civil protection services;
 - authorities and agencies for planning and monitoring of territory and environment;
 - national and regional technical and cartographic services. 

More specifically, with reference to the professional sectors provided by these educational careers, the following specific profiles can be identified:

SOIL NATURAL RISK PREVENTION AND PROTECTION: the professional profile matches the needs of engineering companies and professional firms, contractors of land protection works, prevention and pre-announcement systems, public land protection services and civil protection. 

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND DIAGNOSTICS: the professional profile matches the needs of engineering companies and professional firms, companies producing detection systems, environmental monitoring and control, agencies and public services for monitoring, control and environmental and territorial protection.

PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES: potential opportunities include working in engineering companies and in "Environment and Territory" departments of big public and private companies, both in technical services and in coordination offices of public bodies.

ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION TECHNOLOGIES: the skills acquired match the needs of engineering companies and professional firms, companies operating in environmental remediation, restoration of water bodies, treatment of gaseous effluents and solid waste disposal, as well as companies and public management and environmental quality control services.


6. Enrolment

6.1 Access requirements

Laurea (First degree), or foreign comparable degree


Access to the Master of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering implies prior acquisition of a Bachelor of Science, obtained from the Politecnico di Milanoo School of Engineering or any other Italian university. Access requirements are differentiated according to the Bachelor of Science acquired.

 

For graduates in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering and other Engineering courses at the Politecnico di Milano:

- an initial selection must be passed based on results (marks and time taken) relating to Bachelor of Science Programmes and, possibly, a second selection based on the final marks of the Bachelor of Science graduation

 

For engineering graduates from other Italian universities:

- a selection based on the final marks of the Bachelor of Science degree must be passed together with an evaluation of the prior curriculum.

 

Please consult the School website for further details and the attached Notice on New general criteria for admission to Master of Science Programmes.

6.2 Requested knowledge

Curricular requisites and adequacy of personal preparation are required, to be verified using procedures defined in the teaching regulations and formulated by the programme board.

Please consult the School website for further details and the attached Notice on New general criteria for admission to Master of Science Programmes.

Starting from the 2006/2007 academic year, all students must have a certificate certifying knowledge of English at least to level in according to the parameters indicated in the corresponding notices prepared by the Student Services Area of the Politecnico di Milano.
NB Please consult Section 7.4 Methods of assessment of foreign languages.

Curricular requisites and adequacy of personal preparation are also required, to be verified using procedures defined in the teaching regulations and formulated by the programme board.


The educational offer at the Politecnico di Milano
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4977

6.3 Deadlines

 

Link to Master of Science admission procedures of the Politecnico di Milanoo School of Engineering

 

Places available

 

Master of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering - Milano Leonardo Campus

Number of places planned locally for the AY 2018/2019:

-       students which may be enrolled (Italian students, EU students and non-EU students resident inItaly):

110

-       places reserved for non-EU students:

50

-       Total planned places:

160

 

For further information see the Politecnico website.

 

How to enrol in the first year of the Master of Science 

http://www.polimi.it/en/students/guidelines-and-rules/


How to become a student at Politecnico di Milano
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6.4 Tutoring and students support

Student Services> Student benefits> Tutoring

 

Tutorial activities are managed autonomously by the School. 'General Student Services' interacts with the office of each of School Dean for administrative aspects. Procedures for tutoring assignments are the same as those adopted for other positions of part-time work. For specific information on active services, please refer to the individual School Websites.

ICAT School Tutoring Website.

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

 

Guidance to the Politecnico di Milano.

Teaching Guidance Commission of the School of Civil, Environmental and Land Managementg Engineering 

http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/uffici-e-servizi-della-scuola/commissioni/


Polinternational
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7. Contents of the study Program

7.1 Programme requirements

As specified in the didactic regulations, 120 credits are required to obtain the degree. This credits can be acquired choosing between five different guidelines.


Qualification requirements

 

Graduates need to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities to enable them to address and resolve, often in an original and innovative manner, the complex problems of Environmental and Land Planning Engineering which, by their nature, are highly interdisciplinary. These objectives are achieved via a curriculum with a high profile content both in the disciplines oriented to the acquisition of the necessary theoretical tools (mathematics, statistics, computer science, engineering sciences, planning and management policies) as well as those of more specialist nature which include a wide range of application content in various fields of engineering. This allows the student to develop those technical abilities necessary to solve even leading edge issues, using advanced methodologies and in an autonomous fashion. Finally, knowledge related to the employment world and its continuous evolution is constantly updated through visits to facilities and enterprises and development of project and/or laboratory activities included in many courses

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: M2A - LAND PROTECTION AND NATURAL RISKS PREVENTION


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052408CMAT/06STATISTICAL MODELS AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (a)16.0
[3.0Innovative teaching]
6.0
088673CMAT/08NUMERICAL ANALYSIS18.08.0
088674B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (IAT)28.0
095853CMAT/07MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS18.0
088675B,CGEO/11EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICS28.0
089116BICAR/07
ICAR/08
COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS FOR GEOMATERIALS110.010.0
095854B,CICAR/02WATER AND FOOD SECURITY18.08.0
050523B,CICAR/02HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK [I.C]210.020.0
093691B,CICAR/06POSITIONING AND MONITORING TECHNIQUES210.0
051629BICAR/07SLOPE STABILITY SLOPE STABILITY [I.C.]210.0
095862B,CICAR/09ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY110.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group A1-8A------8.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group A1-8B------

(a) Learning with Blended/Flipped Classroom.

Courses of the Group A1-8A


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
095857 C CHIM/07 BASIC OF GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY 1 8.0
088715 C ING-INF/05 COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING 1 8.0
095853 C MAT/07 MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 1 8.0
088673 C MAT/08 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 1 8.0
088721 C ING-IND/31 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2 8.0
095937 C ING-IND/09 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY CONVERSION 2 8.0
089132 C ING-IND/11
ING-IND/31
PHENOMENA OF NOISE AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION 2 8.0
097934 C ING-IND/09 POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS 2 8.0

Courses of the Group A1-8B


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
051279 B,C ICAR/06 3D MODELLING AND MAPPING FROM DRONE IMAGES 1 8.0
091880 B ICAR/03 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY 1 8.0
089128 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL MONITORING NETWORKS 1 8.0
088776 B ICAR/03 MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE 1 8.0
099296 B ICAR/03 WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES 1 8.0
088722 B,C ICAR/02 WATER NETWORK SERVICES 1 8.0
085722 B BIO/07 ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF PRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS 2 8.0
088675 B,C GEO/11 EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICS 2 8.0
090889 B,C ICAR/06 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2 8.0
093688 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK AND CIVIL PROTECTION 2 8.0
093815 B ICAR/20 LAND USE SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 2 8.0
088674 B,C ICAR/09 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (IAT) 2 8.0
089914 B ICAR/05 TRANSPORT ECONOMY 2 8.0

2 Year courses - Track: M2A - LAND PROTECTION AND NATURAL RISKS PREVENTION


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
051105B,CICAR/02RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION110.010.0
095855B,CICAR/02MARITIME ENGINEERING18.08.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group A2-10A------10.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group A2-10B------
090004B,CGEO/05
ICAR/01
APPLIED HYDRAULIC AND HYDROGEOLOGY210.010.0
095862B,CICAR/09ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY110.010.0
051629BICAR/07SLOPE STABILITY SLOPE STABILITY [I.C.]210.0
091371----FINAL DEGREE TEST (12 CPS)--112.012.0
091371----FINAL DEGREE TEST (12 CPS)--212.0

Courses of the Group A2-10A


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
098634 C ING-INF/04 ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS [I.C.] 1 10.0
096128 C ING-IND/22 CHEMISTRY AND MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2 10.0
095896 C ING-INF/04 NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 2 10.0

Courses of the Group A2-10B


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
097461 B BIO/07 ECOSYSTEMS CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT 1 10.0
095862 B,C ICAR/09 ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY 1 10.0
088886 B ICAR/03 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 1 10.0
097465 B,C GEO/11 GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING 1 10.0
098516 C MAT/08
SECS-S/01
NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL METHODS IN GEOSCIENCES 1 10.0
051278 B,C ICAR/06 PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND DRONE SURVEYING 1 10.0
089122 B,C ICAR/06 REMOTE SENSING 1 10.0
097462 B ICAR/03 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT 1 10.0
088719 B ICAR/03 AIR POLLUTION 2 10.0
091754 C ING-IND/19 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR SAFETY AND RISK ANALYSIS A+B 2 10.0
096950 B,C ICAR/01 GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS 2 10.0
090869 B,C ICAR/02 HYDRAULIC PLANTS 2 10.0
050523 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK [I.C] 2 10.0
093691 B,C ICAR/06 POSITIONING AND MONITORING TECHNIQUES 2 10.0
095876 B ICAR/03 SOIL REMEDIATION 2 10.0
095874 B ICAR/20 URBAN RENEWAL AND PLANNING 2 10.0
088717 B ICAR/03 WASTEWATER TREATMENT 2 10.0
085721 B ICAR/03 WATER TREATMENT 2 10.0

1 Year courses - Track: M2B - NATURAL RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052408CMAT/06STATISTICAL MODELS AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (a)16.0
[3.0Innovative teaching]
6.0
088673CMAT/08NUMERICAL ANALYSIS18.08.0
090889B,CICAR/06GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS28.0
088715CING-INF/05COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING18.0
097934CING-IND/09POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS28.0
095853CMAT/07MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS18.0
093815BICAR/20LAND USE SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS28.08.0
097461BBIO/07ECOSYSTEMS CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT110.010.0
089122B,CICAR/06REMOTE SENSING110.010.0
095896CING-INF/04NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT210.010.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group B1-8 (b)------8.0

(a) Learning with Blended/Flipped Classroom.
(b) ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MODELING AND SCENARIOS Bovisa Campus

Courses of the Group B1-8


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
051279 B,C ICAR/06 3D MODELLING AND MAPPING FROM DRONE IMAGES 1 8.0
095857 C CHIM/07 BASIC OF GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY 1 8.0
088715 C ING-INF/05 COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING 1 8.0
097381 -- ING-IND/10 ENGINEERING AND COOPERATION FOR DEVELOPMENT 1 8.0
091880 B ICAR/03 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY 1 8.0
089128 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL MONITORING NETWORKS 1 8.0
095855 B,C ICAR/02 MARITIME ENGINEERING 1 8.0
095853 C MAT/07 MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 1 8.0
088776 B ICAR/03 MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE 1 8.0
088673 C MAT/08 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 1 8.0
095854 B,C ICAR/02 WATER AND FOOD SECURITY 1 8.0
099296 B ICAR/03 WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES 1 8.0
088722 B,C ICAR/02 WATER NETWORK SERVICES 1 8.0
085722 B BIO/07 ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF PRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS 2 8.0
088721 C ING-IND/31 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2 8.0
052397 C ING-IND/35 ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MODELING AND SCENARIOS 2 8.0
088675 B,C 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
093688 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK AND CIVIL PROTECTION 2 8.0
089132 C ING-IND/11
ING-IND/31
PHENOMENA OF NOISE AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION 2 8.0
097934 C ING-IND/09 POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS 2 8.0
088674 B,C ICAR/09 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (IAT) 2 8.0
089914 B ICAR/05 TRANSPORT ECONOMY 2 8.0

2 Year courses - Track: M2B - NATURAL RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
089914BICAR/05TRANSPORT ECONOMY28.08.0
051279B,CICAR/063D MODELLING AND MAPPING FROM DRONE IMAGES18.0
098634CING-INF/04ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS [I.C.]110.010.0
097462BICAR/03SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT110.010.0
095874BICAR/20URBAN RENEWAL AND PLANNING210.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group B1-10------10.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group B2------10.0
091371----FINAL DEGREE TEST (12 CPS)--112.012.0
091371----FINAL DEGREE TEST (12 CPS)--212.0

Courses of the Group B1-10


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
098634 C ING-INF/04 ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS [I.C.] 1 10.0
089116 B ICAR/07
ICAR/08
COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS FOR GEOMATERIALS 1 10.0
095862 B,C ICAR/09 ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY 1 10.0
088886 B ICAR/03 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 1 10.0
097465 B,C GEO/11 GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING 1 10.0
051278 B,C ICAR/06 PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND DRONE SURVEYING 1 10.0
051105 B,C ICAR/02 RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION 1 10.0
097462 B ICAR/03 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT 1 10.0
088719 B ICAR/03 AIR POLLUTION 2 10.0
090004 B,C GEO/05
ICAR/01
APPLIED HYDRAULIC AND HYDROGEOLOGY 2 10.0
096128 C ING-IND/22 CHEMISTRY AND MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2 10.0
091754 C ING-IND/19 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR SAFETY AND RISK ANALYSIS A+B 2 10.0
096950 B,C ICAR/01 GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS 2 10.0
090869 B,C ICAR/02 HYDRAULIC PLANTS 2 10.0
050523 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK [I.C] 2 10.0
093691 B,C ICAR/06 POSITIONING AND MONITORING TECHNIQUES 2 10.0
051629 B ICAR/07 SLOPE STABILITY SLOPE STABILITY [I.C.] 2 10.0
095876 B ICAR/03 SOIL REMEDIATION 2 10.0
088717 B ICAR/03 WASTEWATER TREATMENT 2 10.0
085721 B ICAR/03 WATER TREATMENT 2 10.0

Courses of the Group B2


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
089116 B ICAR/07
ICAR/08
COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS FOR GEOMATERIALS 1 10.0
095862 B,C ICAR/09 ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY 1 10.0
088886 B ICAR/03 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 1 10.0
097465 B,C GEO/11 GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING 1 10.0
098516 C MAT/08
SECS-S/01
NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL METHODS IN GEOSCIENCES 1 10.0
051278 B,C ICAR/06 PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND DRONE SURVEYING 1 10.0
051105 B,C ICAR/02 RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION 1 10.0
097462 B ICAR/03 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT 1 10.0
088719 B ICAR/03 AIR POLLUTION 2 10.0
090004 B,C GEO/05
ICAR/01
APPLIED HYDRAULIC AND HYDROGEOLOGY 2 10.0
091754 C ING-IND/19 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR SAFETY AND RISK ANALYSIS A+B 2 10.0
090869 B,C ICAR/02 HYDRAULIC PLANTS 2 10.0
050523 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK [I.C] 2 10.0
093691 B,C ICAR/06 POSITIONING AND MONITORING TECHNIQUES 2 10.0
051629 B ICAR/07 SLOPE STABILITY SLOPE STABILITY [I.C.] 2 10.0
095876 B ICAR/03 SOIL REMEDIATION 2 10.0
088717 B ICAR/03 WASTEWATER TREATMENT 2 10.0
085721 B ICAR/03 WATER TREATMENT 2 10.0

1 Year courses - Track: M2C - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052408CMAT/06STATISTICAL MODELS AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (a)16.0
[3.0Innovative teaching]
6.0
095857CCHIM/07BASIC OF GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY18.08.0
088673CMAT/08NUMERICAL ANALYSIS18.0
097934CING-IND/09POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS28.0
088674B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (IAT)28.08.0
088722B,CICAR/02WATER NETWORK SERVICES18.0
088721CING-IND/31ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING28.0
088886BICAR/03ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT110.010.0
095876BICAR/03SOIL REMEDIATION210.010.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group C2------10.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group C1-8------8.0

(a) Learning with Blended/Flipped Classroom.

Courses of the Group C2


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
089116 B ICAR/07
ICAR/08
COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS FOR GEOMATERIALS 1 10.0
097461 B BIO/07 ECOSYSTEMS CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT 1 10.0
095862 B,C ICAR/09 ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY 1 10.0
097465 B,C GEO/11 GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING 1 10.0
098516 C MAT/08
SECS-S/01
NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL METHODS IN GEOSCIENCES 1 10.0
051278 B,C ICAR/06 PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND DRONE SURVEYING 1 10.0
089122 B,C ICAR/06 REMOTE SENSING 1 10.0
051105 B,C ICAR/02 RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION 1 10.0
090004 B,C GEO/05
ICAR/01
APPLIED HYDRAULIC AND HYDROGEOLOGY 2 10.0
091754 C ING-IND/19 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR SAFETY AND RISK ANALYSIS A+B 2 10.0
096950 B,C ICAR/01 GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS 2 10.0
090869 B,C ICAR/02 HYDRAULIC PLANTS 2 10.0
050523 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK [I.C] 2 10.0
093691 B,C ICAR/06 POSITIONING AND MONITORING TECHNIQUES 2 10.0
051629 B ICAR/07 SLOPE STABILITY SLOPE STABILITY [I.C.] 2 10.0
095874 B ICAR/20 URBAN RENEWAL AND PLANNING 2 10.0

Courses of the Group C1-8


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
051279 B,C ICAR/06 3D MODELLING AND MAPPING FROM DRONE IMAGES 1 8.0
095857 C CHIM/07 BASIC OF GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY 1 8.0
088715 C ING-INF/05 COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING 1 8.0
089128 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL MONITORING NETWORKS 1 8.0
095853 C MAT/07 MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 1 8.0
088673 C MAT/08 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 1 8.0
088722 B,C ICAR/02 WATER NETWORK SERVICES 1 8.0
088721 C ING-IND/31 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2 8.0
088675 B,C 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
093688 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK AND CIVIL PROTECTION 2 8.0
089132 C ING-IND/11
ING-IND/31
PHENOMENA OF NOISE AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION 2 8.0
097934 C ING-IND/09 POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS 2 8.0
088674 B,C ICAR/09 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (IAT) 2 8.0

2 Year courses - Track: M2C - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
090889B,CICAR/06GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS28.08.0
088776BICAR/03MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE18.0
095857CCHIM/07BASIC OF GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY18.0
097462BICAR/03SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT110.010.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group C1-10------10.0
085721BICAR/03WATER TREATMENT210.020.0
088717BICAR/03WASTEWATER TREATMENT210.0
088719BICAR/03AIR POLLUTION210.0
091371----FINAL DEGREE TEST (12 CPS)--112.012.0
091371----FINAL DEGREE TEST (12 CPS)--212.0

Courses of the Group C1-10


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
095862 B,C ICAR/09 ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY 1 10.0
097465 B,C GEO/11 GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING 1 10.0
098516 C MAT/08
SECS-S/01
NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL METHODS IN GEOSCIENCES 1 10.0
051278 B,C ICAR/06 PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND DRONE SURVEYING 1 10.0
089122 B,C ICAR/06 REMOTE SENSING 1 10.0
051105 B,C ICAR/02 RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION 1 10.0
085709 C ING-INF/04 ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM 2 10.0
090004 B,C GEO/05
ICAR/01
APPLIED HYDRAULIC AND HYDROGEOLOGY 2 10.0
096128 C ING-IND/22 CHEMISTRY AND MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2 10.0
091754 C ING-IND/19 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR SAFETY AND RISK ANALYSIS A+B 2 10.0
096950 B,C ICAR/01 GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS 2 10.0
090869 B,C ICAR/02 HYDRAULIC PLANTS 2 10.0
050523 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK [I.C] 2 10.0
095896 C ING-INF/04 NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 2 10.0
093691 B,C ICAR/06 POSITIONING AND MONITORING TECHNIQUES 2 10.0

1 Year courses - Track: M2D - ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND DIAGNOSTICS


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052408CMAT/06STATISTICAL MODELS AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (a)16.0
[3.0Innovative teaching]
6.0
089122B,CICAR/06REMOTE SENSING110.010.0
089128B,CICAR/02HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL MONITORING NETWORKS18.08.0
093691B,CICAR/06POSITIONING AND MONITORING TECHNIQUES210.010.0
095862B,CICAR/09ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY110.010.0
093688B,CICAR/02HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK AND CIVIL PROTECTION28.08.0
089127BICAR/03POLLUTION'S ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT18.0
089132CING-IND/11
ING-IND/31
PHENOMENA OF NOISE AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION28.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group D1-8A------8.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group D1-8B------

(a) Learning with Blended/Flipped Classroom.

Courses of the Group D1-8A


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
095857 C CHIM/07 BASIC OF GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY 1 8.0
088715 C ING-INF/05 COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND PLANNING ENGINEERING 1 8.0
095853 C MAT/07 MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 1 8.0
088673 C MAT/08 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 1 8.0
088721 C ING-IND/31 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2 8.0
095937 C ING-IND/09 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY CONVERSION 2 8.0
089132 C ING-IND/11
ING-IND/31
PHENOMENA OF NOISE AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION 2 8.0
097934 C ING-IND/09 POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS 2 8.0

Courses of the Group D1-8B


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
091880 B ICAR/03 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY 1 8.0
095855 B,C ICAR/02 MARITIME ENGINEERING 1 8.0
088776 B ICAR/03 MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE 1 8.0
095854 B,C ICAR/02 WATER AND FOOD SECURITY 1 8.0
099296 B ICAR/03 WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES 1 8.0
088722 B,C ICAR/02 WATER NETWORK SERVICES 1 8.0
085722 B BIO/07 ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF PRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS 2 8.0
088675 B,C GEO/11 EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICS 2 8.0
090889 B,C ICAR/06 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2 8.0
093688 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK AND CIVIL PROTECTION 2 8.0
093815 B ICAR/20 LAND USE SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 2 8.0
088674 B,C ICAR/09 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (IAT) 2 8.0
089914 B ICAR/05 TRANSPORT ECONOMY 2 8.0

2 Year courses - Track: M2D - ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND DIAGNOSTICS


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
097465B,CGEO/11GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING110.010.0
051278B,CICAR/06PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND DRONE SURVEYING110.010.0
090004B,CGEO/05
ICAR/01
APPLIED HYDRAULIC AND HYDROGEOLOGY210.010.0
096950B,CICAR/01GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS210.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group D2-10B------10.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group D2-10A------
093688B,CICAR/02HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK AND CIVIL PROTECTION28.08.0
089127BICAR/03POLLUTION'S ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT18.0
089132CING-IND/11
ING-IND/31
PHENOMENA OF NOISE AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION28.0
091371----FINAL DEGREE TEST (12 CPS)--112.012.0
091371----FINAL DEGREE TEST (12 CPS)--212.0

Courses of the Group D2-10A


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
098634 C ING-INF/04 ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS [I.C.] 1 10.0
085709 C ING-INF/04 ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM 2 10.0
096128 C ING-IND/22 CHEMISTRY AND MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2 10.0
095896 C ING-INF/04 NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 2 10.0

Courses of the Group D2-10B


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
089116 B ICAR/07
ICAR/08
COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS FOR GEOMATERIALS 1 10.0
097461 B BIO/07 ECOSYSTEMS CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT 1 10.0
088886 B ICAR/03 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 1 10.0
098516 C MAT/08
SECS-S/01
NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL METHODS IN GEOSCIENCES 1 10.0
051105 B,C ICAR/02 RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION 1 10.0
097462 B ICAR/03 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT 1 10.0
088719 B ICAR/03 AIR POLLUTION 2 10.0
090004 B,C GEO/05
ICAR/01
APPLIED HYDRAULIC AND HYDROGEOLOGY 2 10.0
091754 C ING-IND/19 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR SAFETY AND RISK ANALYSIS A+B 2 10.0
096950 B,C ICAR/01 GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS 2 10.0
090869 B,C ICAR/02 HYDRAULIC PLANTS 2 10.0
050523 B,C ICAR/02 HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK [I.C] 2 10.0
051629 B ICAR/07 SLOPE STABILITY SLOPE STABILITY [I.C.] 2 10.0
095876 B ICAR/03 SOIL REMEDIATION 2 10.0
095874 B ICAR/20 URBAN RENEWAL AND PLANNING 2 10.0
088717 B ICAR/03 WASTEWATER TREATMENT 2 10.0
085721 B ICAR/03 WATER TREATMENT 2 10.0

1 Year courses - Track: M2E - ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING FOR SUSTAINABILITY


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
095853CMAT/07MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS18.08.0
095854B,CICAR/02WATER AND FOOD SECURITY18.016.0
095855B,CICAR/02MARITIME ENGINEERING18.0
099296BICAR/03WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES18.0
051279B,CICAR/063D MODELLING AND MAPPING FROM DRONE IMAGES18.0
095862B,CICAR/09ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY110.010.0
095857CCHIM/07BASIC OF GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY18.08.0
096950B,CICAR/01GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS210.010.0
095896CING-INF/04NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT210.010.0

2 Year courses - Track: M2M - Environmental Engineering for Sustainability - 2nd year Track - Milano Leonardo


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
097461BBIO/07ECOSYSTEMS CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT110.010.0
097462BICAR/03SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT110.010.0
097934CING-IND/09POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS28.08.0
095854B,CICAR/02WATER AND FOOD SECURITY18.08.0
095855B,CICAR/02MARITIME ENGINEERING18.0
099296BICAR/03WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES18.0
051279B,CICAR/063D MODELLING AND MAPPING FROM DRONE IMAGES18.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group E-10------10.0
097466----FINAL DEGREE THESIS(12 CPS)--112.012.0
097466----FINAL DEGREE THESIS(12 CPS)--212.0

2 Year courses - Track: M2P - Environmental Engineering for Sustainability - 2nd year Track - Piacenza


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
099247BBIO/07INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY (a)18.08.0
090907BICAR/03AIR POLLUTION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING (b)110.010.0
099251B,CICAR/03
ING-IND/09
BIO-ENERGY AND WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES (I.C.) (c)110.010.0
097934CING-IND/09POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS (d)28.08.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group E-10 (e)------10.0
097466----FINAL DEGREE THESIS(12 CPS)--112.012.0
097466----FINAL DEGREE THESIS(12 CPS)--212.0

(a) Piacenza Campus
(b) Piacenza Campus
(c) Piacenza Campus
(d) Milano Leonardo Campus
(e) Milano Leonardo Campus

Courses of the Group E-10


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
098634 C ING-INF/04 ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS [I.C.] 1 10.0
097465 B,C GEO/11 GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING 1 10.0
098516 C MAT/08
SECS-S/01
NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL METHODS IN GEOSCIENCES 1 10.0
051278 B,C ICAR/06 PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND DRONE SURVEYING 1 10.0
051105 B,C ICAR/02 RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION 1 10.0
096128 C ING-IND/22 CHEMISTRY AND MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2 10.0
051629 B ICAR/07 SLOPE STABILITY SLOPE STABILITY [I.C.] 2 10.0
095876 B ICAR/03 SOIL REMEDIATION 2 10.0
095874 B ICAR/20 URBAN RENEWAL AND PLANNING 2 10.0

Notes 1st Year

 

Courses to be selected: Geographical information systems should be taken if not done so in the Bachelor of Science. Courses shown in tables A1-8A/B and A1-10A/B are automatically considered consistent with the educational programme. If an elective course of the first year is selected from the list available in Table A1-8A, at second year the elective course selected must be mandatorily withdrawn from those included in Table A1-10B. If an elective course of the first year is selected from the list available in Table A1-8B, at second year the elective course selected must be mandatorily withdrawn from those included in Table A1-10A

 

Track M2B

- Courses to be chosen: Ecology and Sustainability of Productive Systems should be taken if not done so in the Bachelor of Science. Courses shown in tables B1-8, B1-10 and B2" are automatically considered consistent with the educational programme.

 

Track M2C

- Courses to be chosen: Fundamentals of Environmental Technologies should be taken if not done so in the Bachelor of Science. Courses included in C1-8, C2 and C1-10 are automatically considered consistent with the educational programme.

 

Track M2D

 - Courses to be chosen: courses included in tables D1-8A/B and D1-10A/B are automatically considered consistent with the educational programme. If an elective course of the first year is selected from the list available in Table D1-8A, at second year the elective course selected must be mandatorily withdrawn from those included in Table D2-10B. If an elective course of the first year is selected from the list available in Table D1-8B, at second year the elective course selected must be mandatorily withdrawn from those included in Table D2-10A

 


Appendix -  Referring Table equivalence  new/old names A.A. 2014/15
Sem. SSD Code Course name/Insegnamento
1 ICAR/02 095854 WATER AND FOOD SECURITY 
(Sicurezza idrica e alimentare) 
ex
093686 Modellazione fisico-matematica dei processi idrologici
1 ICAR/02 095855 MARINE ENGINEERING
ex
090000 Ingegneria del mare
1 ICAR/20 095856 URBAN GOVERNANCE MODELLING
ex
089910 Modellistica e governo del territorio 
1 CHIM/07 095857 BASIC OF GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY
ex
089017 Elementi di chimica verde e sostenibile
1 MAT/07 095853 MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
  ex
089113 Fisica matematica
2 ICAR/01 095861 GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS
  ex
089883 Acque sotterranee
2 ING-INF/04 095896 NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
  ex
089123 Gestione delle risorse naturali
2 ICAR/09 095862 ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY
  ex
088714 Ingegneria sismica del territorio
2 ING-IND/09 095937 FONDAMENTI DI CONVERSIONE DELL’ENERGIA
  ex
094715 Fisica tecnica

Sem. SSD Code Course name
1 BIO/07 097461 ECOSYSTEMS CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
089121

ex

Conservazione e gestione degli ecosistemi

1 ICAR/03 097462 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT
093109

ex

Gestione e trattamento dei rifiuti solidi
2 ING-IND/09 097934

POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS 

088716

ex

Macchine e sistemi energetici

1 ICAR/03 095876

SOIL REMEDIATION

091355

ex

Bonifica dei terreni

1 ING-INF/04 097463

ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS

093816

ex

Complementi di analisi dei sistemi ambientali

1 ICAR/06 097464

PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND PHOTOINTERPRETATION

089870

ex

Fotogrammetria e fotointerpretazione

2 ICAR/07 095886

SLOPE STABILITY

090001

ex

Stabilità dei pendii

1 GEO/11 097465 GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING
089155

ex

Trattamento dei segnali geofisici

2 ICAR/20 095874 URBAN RENEWAL AND PLANNING
088887

ex

Gestione urbana

2 ING-IND/27 097544

PROCESSES FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

089600

ex

Processi per energia e ambiente

2 ING-IND/22 096128

CHEMISTRY AND MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

089598

ex

Chimica e materiali per l'energia e l'ambiente


Sem. SSD Code Course name
1 ICAR/02 051105 RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION
088624

ex 

Sistemazione dei Bacini Idrografici


Groups of Subjects

7.4 Foreign language

Rules for establishing the compulsory knowledge of a European Union language, prerequisite for admission to a Master of Science Programme at the Politecnico di Milano.

 

Certification of English language skills - a prerequisite for enrolment in a Master of Science Programme at the School of Civil Environmental and Land Planning Engineering.

 

Pursuant to MD 270/04, the Politecnico di Milano has adopted the English language as the EU language that must be known in addition to Italian.

Starting from the 2006/2007 academic year, all students must have a certificate certifying knowledge of English at least to level in according to the parameters indicated in the corresponding notices prepared by the Student Services Area of the Politecnico di Milano.

Web site:

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

 

Verification of knowledge of a foreign language

Reference regulations for Programmes at theSchoolof Civil Environmental and Land Management Engineering.

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


Language courses
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4340

7.5 Degree examination

Master of Science exams.

The final exam consists of the discussion of a thesis, submitted in the form of a written dissertation, which may be of a design as well as scientific (theoretical or applied research) nature and which must in all cases present innovative solutions in order to evaluate the full scientific, technical and professional maturity of the candidate.

The thesis, developed under the guidance of a supervisor belonging to the teaching staff of the programme school, may be subject to review by an external examiner expert in the subject matter, attesting its originality and validity.


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=4371

8. Academic calendar

The student must also always consult the Academic Calendar of the School for all teaching, organizational and logistical deadlines since each School of the University may have different timing according to Programme and Campus.

School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering - Academic Calendar:

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


In addition, the School Web pages contain the Planning circular of teaching activities of A.Y..

This circular provides a collection of tables constituting the complete documentation of A.Y. teaching activities for all Programmes: MD 270/04 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Bachelor of Science, 1st and 2nd year Master of Science, ex MD 509/99 and Old System (now discontinued) with specific reference to:

  1. Bachelor and Master of Science graduation exams;
  2. course exams;
  3. Leonardo Campus lecture and exam calendar; for external Campuses the locally agreed calendar is valid.

Academic calendar
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4402

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.

Academic office and services
http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/en/academic-office-and-services/

Professors of the School of Civil, Environmental and Land Planning Engineering.

Professors for official courses for the current AY are indicated on the School Website.

Professors of School courses

http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/chi_siamo/presentazione.php?id_nav=595

 Several Departments contribute to the teaching activities. They are listed below with the relative websites.


10. Infrastructures and laboratories

Facilities

 

Leonardo Campus Teaching Facilities

 

Student services

Student services are involved in guidance and career management for students enrolled in Bachelor and Master of Science Programmes, student benefits and grants, international mobility and all those services in support of university life.


Student services. 

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

 

Departmenta Secretaries

http://www.polimi.it/studenti/a-chi-rivolgersi/segreterie-studenti/

 

Student IT services.

Information Technology Services Area for Students and Professors

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

 

Other types of Laboratory are present at the Departments providing courses for the Master of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering, for example:

 


11. International context

The Politecnico di Milanoo and the Master of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering

 

The Master of Science in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering actively participates in the general and special projects of the University such as:

  • Erasmus+ programmes
  • TIME Project 
  • Unitech Programme
  • Non-EU Projects
  • Leonardo:
  • International Internships
  • Erasmus Mundus
  • Frame Agreements
  • Student Exchange Agreements
  • Master Agreements
  • Double Degree Agreements

The Politecnico di Milanoo is one of the founding members of the TIME program, established in 1988. Today, European technical universities admitted to the TIME program number 46.  The program allows students to obtain a degree in two different countries. Students have the opportunity to extend their curriculum, substituting one year at the campus of origin with two years at the host campus for a double degree.


12. Internationalization

Internationalisation - Leonardo Campus

 

Studying abroad.

 

International internships.

http://www.polimi.it/studenti/fai-unesperienza-allestero/stage-internazionali/


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=4691

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

Students are invited to read all the "Reference regulations" of the School of Civil Environmental and Land Management Engineering carefully; in particular, those referring to the admission to the MSCE programme, mentioned in section 6.1.

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


Only the original in Italian is valid.

15. Errata corrige