Interuniversity Master's degree in territorial analysis and management: planning, governance, and territorial leadership - 3rd Edition
The objective of this interuniversity master's degree (Universidad de Granada and Universitat Rovira i Virgili) is to provide multidisciplinary training for professionals and researchers in all areas of territorial organisation, planning and management. This allows students to achieve other aims which enable them to:
- Achieve skills and knowledge to exercise leadership to face regional challenges and promote sustainable development.
- Specializing in strategic planning (local development projects, urban planning and mobility), as well as the prospective analysis of scenarios.
- Training in GIS, digital mapping and spatial analysis techniques applied to fields such as landscape prospective planning, network analysis, geo-marketing, etc.
- Qualify for integration in public administration and private business. It also provides guidance on the preparation for future students to research
|Interuniversity Master's degree in Territorial Analysis and Management: Planning, Governance, and Territorial Leadership|
|Duration||60 ECTS - 1 year|
It is a blended programme. There are oline sessions and face-to-face sessions. The timetable for the face-to-face sessions are from Monday to Thursday (February-April)
|External practicals||Optional but recommended for the professional track|
|Collaborating institutions||Port of Tarragona, DOW|
Faculty of Tourism and Geography
|Linked to doctoral degree in||Tourism and leisure|
|Start and finish dates of teaching||Classes start in October and finish in May (online period October-December, face-to-face period January to May).|
|Exam sessions for the Final Master's Degree Project||There is only one exam session, in June, for the Final Master's Degree Project, although students may request to an exam session in September.|
|Academic coordinators||Dr. Jordi Blay Boqué|
|Specific grants for this master's degree||
Specific collaboration grant of the Faculty of Tourism and Geography