Subject areas are: Built Environment; Economics and Strategy; Law; Human Sciences; Art and
Each area unit comprises of different subjects. Each unit is usually 11 hours and takes place in a period of two weeks, on Fridays (morning and afternoon) and Saturdays (only morning).
Workshops and training period take place on remaining week-days, and are to be defined, or will occur after the end of lectures.
Some lectures comprise remote learning. Foreign students have the possibility to attend Law area through equivalent courses at the University of their country of origin.
In all the subject areas, a strong integration between humanistic and technical perspectives is found: the programs aim to develop the ability to understand institutional roles and socio-economic dynamics, emphasizing individual skillset creation. The course includes the contribution of experts,
AREAS AND SUBJECTS
BUILT ENVIRONMENT AREA
Architecture and Urban Planning: The project for existential space on architectural and urban
scale. Urban planning. The new paradigms for programming, planning and urban and architectural
design in the era of Coronavirus and climate changes. People-Smart Sustainable City and Smart
Area Manager Prof. Benedetto Antonini
Built environment: Transformation and consumption of the environment. Means and ways for the representation of these transformations. Environmental pollution. Renewable energy. Environmental impact evaluation. Environmental indicator systems. Emergency Habitat Workshop. Landscape science. Building Information Modeling BIM. Design management.
ECONOMY AND STRATEGY AREA
Urban Economics. Macroeconomics and analysis of Real Estate markets.
Estimating methodology: Appraisal and Economic evaluation of Projects. Evaluation of architectural
and environmental resources of cultural interest and public assets. Life Cycle Assessment.
Area Manager Prof. Angelo Caruso di Spaccaforno and Prof. Giampiero Bambagioni
Real Estate Finance. Real Estate funds and other financial vehicles including SIIQ, Crowdfunding, Real Estate Owned Company (Reoco). Program management and building project management. Urban marketing. Smart Sustainable City. Management and Governance.
AREAS AND SUBJECTS
Economic and Legal Framework: UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), New Urban Agenda,
UNECE Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets. Public Private Partnerships
Area Manager Atty. Elisabetta Cicigoi
Difference between traditional and legal systems. Planning and construction: urban planning. Contractual relations management.
Environment: Resource management and soil protection. Cultural and Environmental heritage and their protection in the current international scenario.
HUMAN SCIENCES AREA
Psychology of urban living. Cultural anthropology. Urban sociology. Ethics of social relations.
Cross-cultural business etiquette.
Area Manager Prof Gabriella Gilli
Quality of living and sustainable urban development.
ART AND DESIGN AREA
Urban design. Visual communication. Modeling tools for the cities matching sustainability with
style. Psychology of the language of arts.
Area Manager Prof. Santiago Caprio
Methods and tools in urban communication. Urban Identity: interdisciplinary laboratory. Big data
analysis for the management of urban transformations. Smart Cities, Smart Villages and Open
Area Manager Prof. Lucio Fumagalli
POLISMAKER FOR THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT