DBE Design for the Built Environment
Department of Architecture DIARC

The degree program offers a training program that leads students in gaining a Master of Science in Design for the Built Environment. The master degree aims to train a designer in emerging  fields that express a demand  for advanced design skills according to sustainability.

LMEF Economics and Finance
Department of Economics and Statistics

LMEF is an advanced two year course that allows students to complete their graduate training in economics and finance. LMEF prepares students for a professional career in banking, consulting, insurance and financial services, international and public institutions, and research institutes.

MARE Biology and Ecology of Marine Environment and Sustainable Use of Marine Resources
Department of Biology

The Master’s Degree is to train highly specialized marine biologists capable of planning and executing marine ecosystem management and conservation strategies.

SGE Structural and Geotechnical Engineering
Department of Structures for Engineering and Architecture

This course is designed to form experts in structural and geotechnical engineering, with a specialization in earthquake engineering, new structural materials, retrofit and upgrading of existing constructions, innovative systems of structural response control, new monitoring and diagnostic technologies, advanced technologies for foundation and excavation engineering, seismic geotechnical engineering and wind engineering.

Industrial Bioengineering
Department of Chemical, Materials and Production Engineering

This Master’s program specifically deals with the designs, fabrications, characterization and testing of biomedical devices that physically interact with biological entities at various length scales such as molecules, cells, tissues or organs. The course was conceived to provide the students with the necessary tools that are needed to translate the recent outcomes of the biotech field in the development of effective and feasible therapeutic and diagnostic strategies.

Mathematical Engineering
Department of Mathematics and Application

Mathematical Engineering allows for the application of mathematics in complex real-world problems from every branch of engineering. It combines mathematical theory, practical engineering and scientific computing in order to address today’s technological challenges. The master’s degree in Mathematical Engineering aims at answering the request for graduates with a solid technical-scientific formation, skills in synthesizing information, an particular aptitude for mathematical modelling of complex systems, an expansive knowledge of applied mathematics, and is effective in resolving common engineering problems.

Medicine and Surgery
School of Medicine

The course aims at providing scientific, theoretical and practical skills, along with the professional and decisional autonomy necessary for the medical profession. One of the most qualifying features of the curriculum is the complete integration of the contents of both basic and clinical sciences through a multidisciplinary approach and an early involvement of students in patient management, including moral and ethical aspects as well as legal responsibilities.

International Relations
School of Human and Social Science

The master’s degree in International Relations aims at training specialists capable of thoroughly and critically analyzing political systems, the relationships between them, the geopolitical areas, the reasons for tensions and conflicts, the ways of resolutions of such conflicts, and the role of international organizations including the European Union. In particular, the aim is to provide a solid education of advanced level, extending and reinforcing knowledge especially in regards to the internationalist approach of historical and political subjects as well as an economic and political analysis through an interdisciplinary approach.

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