The M.Sc. in Engineering for Natural Risk Management prepares professionals capable of operating in all areas of civil, public and private security, national and international security. The multidisciplinary approach of this program is reflected in its courses, which include disciplines closely related to natural hazards and information and communication technologies, that are an essential support to a modern system of civil protection. The courses are fully taught in English.
Learning by doing
The M.Sc. devotes considerable time to internships and thesis to promote international exchanges and contacts with the labor market. The course is supported by CIMA Foundation, competence center of the National Civil Department.
The graduate is an expert in the management of natural hazards and climate change impacts and can find job opportunities in government agencies, international organizations, insurance companies, research institutions and professional services.
What you will learn
Observing and understanding: Observing and understanding the dynamics of complex environmental and social systems.
Predicting, identifying, analyzing: Predicting, identifying, analyzing, evaluating and communicating risk, according to the definition of Integrated Risk Management (IRM).
ICT in support of IRM: Developing and applying ICT models, methods, and technologies in support of all phases of a civil protection process.
Drawing of emergency plans: Drawing of emergency plans for the management of natural disasters or disasters caused by industrial accidents and their combination.
The M.Sc. in Engineering for Natural Risk Management aims to train professionals capable of working in all sectors of safety and civil protection, both public and private, at national and international level. Thanks to its multidisciplinary nature, the program will provide the skills to coordinate the activities of a complex system such as civil protection.
With this in mind, the MSc graduate profile is not strictly specialized on a single technical area related to civil protection but oriented to the management and coordination of the whole system and its operations, in cooperation with specialists and technicians.
This multidisciplinary approach is reflected in the topics of the courses offered, largely devoted not only to disciplines strictly related to natural hazards (hydrology, hydraulics, geology, etc.) but also to information and communication technologies (ICT), in the belief that the latter is an essential support for the effectiveness and efficiency of a modern system of civil
protection. Issues associated with the legal, medical and communication aspects involved in risk management are also covered by the program, thanks to the optional courses offered.
The courses are fully taught in English. The fourth semester is mainly devoted to internships and thesis work to facilitate international exchanges and contacts with the labor market.
Degree type: Master of Science
Duration and credits: 2 Years / 120 CFU
Class: LM-26 Ingegneria della Sicurezza
Admission: Free access
Teaching language: English
Teaching mode: Lectures
International partnerships: Student exchange
Head of the program: Raffaele Bolla
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Last updated August 31, 2018