Interuniversity Master's degree in Territorial Analysis and Management: Leadership and Planning for Territorial Governance
The master's degree is aimed at:
- Graduates in social sciences and law, environmental sciences, architecture and engineering and other knowledge areas with a territorial perspective.
- Professionals from the public administrations (town councils, district councils, provincial councils, regional government) or from the private sector (consultancies, bureaux) who are engaged in work relating to leadership and territorial planning but who do not possess a specific qualification in the knowledge area.
Although it is not a specific requirement for the master's degree, it is recommended to have knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS), particularly the program ArcGIS. Those prospective students who do not certify it, they must enrol to an online ArcGis course before the lectures start.