Master GIScience - Organization

Organization of the Master

Compulsory attendance70,00 %
AttendanceThe master offers 3 paths presential learning and 4 paths on distance learning. Each path is divided into 20 credits of common courses (160 hours), 18 CFU of specific course (144 hours) and 22 credits of internship (550 hours). The lessons of the Masters will be held on Friday and Saturday (16 hours). For all path the first 160 hours of common courses (20 credits) will be organized face to face for a duration of 10 weeks between November 2018 and February 2019. For the paths with face to face education the specific courses (18 credits, 144 hours) will be held for another 15 weeks between February and July 2019 on Friday and Saturday. For distance learning paths 18 credits of specific curses (144 hours) will be offered by recorded videoconferences.
The activity will be completed by a stage to be implemented with the supervision of a master's professor at one of the Departments involved in the Master or at one of the institutions signing a training agreement with the Master.
Didactic typologiesLessons; Seminars; Stage
AssessmentUnique for all the courses
Final testProject preparation (webgis, Geodatabase, GIS) and oral multimedia presentation
Other informationEach academic path will be activated with a minimum number of 6 participants, under the condition of 10 people to activate the Master.
The activity will be completed by a stage to be implemented with the supervision of a master's professor at one of the Departments involved in the Master or at one of the institutions signing a training agreement with the Master. As alternative to the stage it is possible to carry out a project Work to be agreed with the direction of the Master. In agreement with FTO Remotefly, business partner of the master, people who have completed the master can access the "Pilot Course for RPAS (Remote Pilot Aircraft System)" with a 50% reduction in the frequency and the resulting discount on the price of the "Course for RPAS pilot".