The Master Degree in Architecture-Conservation, which focuses mainly on architectural heritage, aims to train students to consolidate and preserve existing architectural and environmental heritage and develop high-quality projects that take into account the relation between new projects, the environment, and the historical aspects.
The program brings together a range of different disciplines, including humanities and technical-scientific subjects, to prepare students to work as architects with specific competencies in building processes and the conservation of existing structures. In particular, the two-year program will delve deeper into the main competences acquired with the Bachelors Degree and will address:
- historical-critical and historical-technical analysis of architecture, ranging from individual projects to the landscape and environment as a whole;
- architectural project design, execution, practice and conservation of existing architectural structures;
- specific scientific knowledge and critical know-how.
Final certificate "Master of Science in Architecture-Conservation" has the same validity and it is recognized at the same level of all other Italian university degrees. Furthermore, English as the language of instruction will be highlighted.
According to the Italian Law, Master's Degree in Architecture-Conservation (LM-4) is a mandatory requirement to become a professional Architect, Pianificatore territoriale, Ingegnere civile e ambientale, Paesaggista, Conservatore dei beni architettonici e ambientali.
Moreover, it allows to access to the Specialization School (post-graduate) of Architecture, a Ph.D. or a second-level Italian professional master.
First-year always start in October!
Tuition fees for the upcoming year 2017-2018 are 1.156 Euro/year. You can pay tuition fees in one or three installments.
Website: Architecture-Conservation at Sapienza
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Last updated May 2, 2018