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Segreteria didattica di Edolo
Via Morino, 8 – 25048, Edolo (BS)
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As required by ministerial decree for the Agricultural and Forest Science and Technology degree class (L-25), graduates of the course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas acquire a good knowledge of the main sectors of agricultural and forest science as well as the skills for conducting scientific studies and experiments. Graduates are able to perform technical, management and professional tasks relative to the agrobiological sector and relative technologies. In addition, having acquired a working knowledge of a foreign language and good communication and information management skills, they are able to work in both a European and overseas framework.
The course prepares graduates that will:
The degree course provides the prerequisites for admission to the postgraduate courses in the graduate’s relative area of specialization. Training includes the basic and professional disciplines of Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Technology and Economics.
In accordance with the provisions of Ministerial Decree no. 270/2004 and in conformity with the training objectives of the class L25 degree courses, the Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas programme provides the basic scientific knowledge and methodology necessary to operate in the vast sector of protection and sustainable development of mountain environments.
The course aims to provide graduates who:
The degree course provides the prerequisites for admission to the postgraduate Master’s courses in the graduate’s relative area of specialization. Upon completion of the programme, the degree in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas, Class L25 in the Agricultural and Forest Science and Technology category is conferred.
The course creates a professional who is specialized in the conservation of natural resources and the environment, in the development of local products and in tourism management within the context of sustainable development of mountain areas. A degree in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas leads to work in the following sectors: agro-zootechnical and forestry production, technical assistance, public and private administration and teaching.
Fields of competence include:
|Physics||Lieta Mario Guido||6|
|Mathematics and Statistics part 1||Lieta Mario Guido||6|
|Mathematics and Statistics part 2||Lucio De Capitani||4|
|Elements of Economics||Giovanni Ferrazzi||6|
|General and inorganic chemistry||Stefania Mazzini||6|
|Organic chemistry||Gigliola Borgonovo||6|
|Plant and Animal Biology part 1||Anna Giorgi||8|
|Plant and Animal Biology part 2||Giorgio Scarì||4|
|Information Technology||Damiano Martino Somenzi||3|
|Foreign language||Justine Crellin||6|
|Biochemistry and plant physiology||Silvia Morgutti||6|
|Integrated course: Soil Sciences|
|Module I: Soil chemistry||Giuliana d’Imporzano||5|
|Module II: Pedology||Michele D’Amico||5|
|Rural buildings and agroforestry territory:||Alberto Finzi|
|Module I: General Silviculture||Paolo Baccolo||4|
|Module II: Forest management||Gianfranco Gregorini||4|
|Integrated course: Fauna|
|Module I: Anatomy, physiology, farm animals||Fabia Rosi||4|
|Module II: Mountain Livestock||Michele Corti||4|
|Tree Cultivation||Lucio Brancadoro||6|
|Environmental and Forest Surveying and Economics|
|Module I: Environmental Surveying||Massimo Peri||4|
|Module II: Economics and environmental policy||Danilo Bertoni||4|
|Integrated course: Production Transformation|
|Module I: Agricultural Microbiology||Raffaella Zanchi||5|
|Module II: Agricultural Industries||Ivano De Noni||6|
|Integrated course: Soil protection||G.B. Bischetti|
|Module I: Agricultural hydraulics||4|
|Module II: Forest watercourse management||4|
|Agricultural and Forest Mechanisation||Davide Facchinetti||6|
|Integrated course: Plant protection|
|Module I: Forestry Entomology||G. C. Lozzia||5|
|Module II: Forest pathology||Marco Saracchi||5|
|Livestock production||Alberto Tamburini||6|
|Chosen by the student||12|
Information technology: Some courses offered by external organizations may be recognized by the Academic Board for the acquisition of 3 credits for computer skills if appropriate.
Students must define their Study Plans indicating those lessons (or activities) chosen for the achievement of the 12 CFUs. Students are invited to take advantage of tutor support in selecting which activities to include in the Study Plan; the tutor list is available on the Course Website.
Presentation of the Study Plan, usually compiled online through SIFA, may take place from the second year of the course, within the deadline indicated by the secretariats, and may be modified during the following year of the course. Students must submit Study Plans to tutors, who in turn will submit them to the Academic Board which will evaluate the appropriateness of the activities selected with the training course.
Preparatory courses in Mathematics and Chemistry are offered to students with little or no knowledge of basic mathematics and chemistry concepts.
In addition to teaching in the classroom and in the lab, each year the Edolo centre organizes a number of activities (conferences, seminars, courses, field trips) which, as well as offering an in-depth study of key issues for the management and development of mountain areas (agriculture, livestock farming, territorial marketing, icthyfauna, alpine wildlife, cultivation of berries and herbs, educational farms, floriculture, biotechnology, GIS for mountain landscape design, hydro-biology of alpine lakes, etc.) contribute to making the Edolo university campus a stimulating environment. 177 seminars have been organized over the last 5 years and were followed by over 16,000 people, of whom more than 11,000 online. The Degree Course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas also organizes many supplementary courses regarding practical activities to be implemented in a mountain environment. In order to allow students to study other mountain areas, field trips have been organized to Austria, Switzerland, Trentino Alto Adige, Valle d’Aosta and Abruzzo. The degree course also promotes numerous cultural events.
The Edolo tourism office has a list of apartments available for rent in Edolo
The LOGISTICS BASE is situated near the university campus in Edolo and offers accommodation for university students. Accommodation features comfortable rooms of different types with en-suite, daily cleaning and weekly change of linen. Students are offered full board, a generous breakfast buffet, lunch and dinner at the restaurant with table service and a choice of various menu items. More information can be found in the attached brochure or by contacting us at the addresses below. The Edolo Logistics Base and the University of Milan have recently signed an agreement (see Link) in order to provide university on-campus accommodation for students of the Degree Course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas.
Via Porro, 136 – 25048 EDOLO (Bs) | Tel. 0364 71400 – 0364 71015 – 366.6812102 – Fax 0364 71400 –
The ROSA CAMUNA hostel for high school and university students is situated near the Edolo Campus of the Degree Course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas. The hostel accommodates students in 2-3-4-bedded rooms from Sunday evening to Friday afternoon and includes weekly change of bed linen, full board (on Friday a packed lunch is provided on request), monitoring of students during study hours and at night.
Via Marconi, 236 – 25048 EDOLO (Bs) | Tel. 0364 71007 – Fax 0364 73360 Contact: Bianchi Rino 339/3297339 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.rosacamunaaltavalle.it
The Degree Course takes place at the Edolo Schools centre.
There are three lecture rooms for teaching and for supplementary activities. The spacious, well-equipped lecture rooms (interactive whiteboards, video projectors, etc.) are suitable for accommodating 35 to 45 students.
The computer room is equipped with 15 workstations with computers connected to Internet and integrated into the computer network of the University of Milan. The presence of a domain managed by a dedicated server through Windows 2000 ensures system user identification and resource protection through appropriate identity verification (user name and password). The computer room and Internet services are available to all students enrolled in the Faculty in extra-curricular hours for preparing degree theses and for educational activities as well as for using email. Moreover, hotspots for wireless internet connection are available throughout the campus to connect mobile wi-fi devices to the University Network and thence to the Internet. The hotspots were provided for students, but are also available for lecturers, researchers and university staff; guest users at the University are also allowed access. Connection features (speed, limitations, timeouts, etc.) are profiled by the user’s category.
The Main Hall of the Edolo Campus is equipped with videoconferencing devices (ISDN and IP), multimedia video projectors and audio-video reproduction and is directly linked to the University of Milan computer network.
Numerous textbooks and scientific journals are available; this provides indispensable support for furthering knowledge of topics dealt with during the actual lessons. The Degree Course Library offers the following services: consultation, photocopying, loan and bibliographic research. The degree theses of students who have completed their degree are also available and consultable in the library. Books and magazines can be consulted during the library opening hours:
The classroom is available for students of the Degree Course for study activities and for group work.
THE NEW RESEARCH CENTRE
The new university centre, situated near the headquarters of the Degree Course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas, houses further lecture rooms, computer and chemistry / biology labs for teaching and research and the Centre of Applied Studies for the Sustainable Management and Protection of Mountain Areas (GeSDiMont). The latter aims to promote, co-ordinate and develop scientific and applied research activities related to mountain areas as a whole, with particular reference to agro-forestry and environmental issues, working closely with all stakeholders. The cultural and scientific Centre aims to train Italian and foreign technicians and researchers in specific skills for mountain areas, through courses, seminars, conferences and research programs, collaboration and exchanges.
The new computer room, specifically designed for teaching, consists of 20 student workstations and a teaching post arranged according to a traditional classroom layout. From a logistical point of view the retractable monitors allow good visibility on all sides. Each workstation is equipped with 17 “LCD monitors and a PC with latest generation processor connected to Internet. Computer security and maintenance are guaranteed by the presence of a domain that requires user authentication and simultaneously distributes antivirus applications and services. For teaching purposes, the room is equipped with a 71-inch SmartBoard interactive whiteboard that allows the teacher to work on their computer desktop shown on the whiteboard, by using a pen or finger as if it were a touch screen , then saving the notes as required. If the whiteboard is not required a projection canvas is available and the projector can be activated with a remote control. To interact with students, the classroom is equipped with the SynchronEyes Teacher software that allows teachers to show their monitor on those of the students, or monitor students’ computers to follow their work, exchange files and data or for multiple choice tests.
The new Edolo Centre houses a teaching laboratory and a research laboratory with workstations and a number of places with an extractor fan suitable for performing teaching experiments. Laboratories are equipped with a wide range of equipment: analytical scales, technical scales, magnetic stirrer, rotary evaporator, microscopes, stereomicroscopes, sieve shaker, distillation units, ph meter, centrifuge, double ray spectrophotometer, refrigerator and incubator.
The call for 2019/2020 academic year admission to the degree course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas (class L-25) has been published. There...Read
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