Protection, Promotion and Restoration of the Church's Cultural and Architectural Heritage

2nd level Academic Master

 

OBJECTIVES 

The objective of the Master is to provide a formative pathway aimed at the acquisition of specialistic competencies related to the protection, promotion and restoration of cultural heritage.

The aim of this Master is to train specific professional figures, specialized in promoting and protecting the  Church's outstanding cultural heritage. In particular, the aim of the teaching activity is to provide knowledge on the most recent regulatory addresses for the protection, promotion and restoration of the Church's cultural heritage, and to provide the students with a multidisciplianary preparation on said subject.


PROFESSIONAL PROFILES

The aim of the Master is to train professional figures with specialized and attested competences, in view of the ever growing requests of the national and international market, caused by the intercultural and multireligious transformation of the contemporary society.

The possible employment opportunities are the following: consultans for sacred architecture with specific competencies in the liturgical sector; responsible for sacred art and for the church's cultural heritage; specialists in the protection, promotion and restoration of the artistic/architectural/environmental heritage of the territory, as well as of sacred cultural parks; tourist guides and experts in museum didactics and image education; tourist guides for qualified artistic paths and pilgrimages; religious tourism operators; organizers of cultural events.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Five-year Degree in (Specialistic and Master's Degree). Shall be admitted to the Academic Masters all the students graduated in: Architecture, Civil Engineering, Constuction Engineering, Landscape Engineering, Urban Planning, Modern and Classical Literature ( DM 509/99 e DM 270/04), Cultural Heritage Conservation, History and Cultural Heritage at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Religious Sciences, Theology. The participation to the Academic Master is incompatible with the registration to other Academic Masters, Degree Courses, Research Doctorates, and Specialization Schools (L.270/04, art.5 c.2).


DURATION AND STRUCTURE

The academic master has a duration of two years,  for a total of 1.500 hours per year.
The lessons shall be implemented on an online platform available 24 hours a day.

The attainment of the final title requires the successful completion of all the exams, as well as the Final Dissertation, which may be programmed as a project linked to the safeguard and restoration of a specific ecclesiastical asset and may involve even other students (under the supervision of a tutor). The Final Dissertation shall consist in the presentation of a project in the presence of an examining board at one of the braches of eCampus University.

The candidate shall be assigned a base-110 grade, based on the overall average of the results of the examination and the result of the final exam.

I YEAR TEACHINGS 

Teaching

SSD

CFU

History of sacred architecture 1

ICAR 18

10 CFU

Theory and history of architectural restoration 1

ICAR 19

10 CFU

Protection and preservation of architectural assets

ICAR 19

12 CFU

Cultural Heritage Legislation

IUS 10

6 CFU

Deterioration and static instability of historical sacred buildings 

ICAR 10

12 CFU

Landscapes and archaeological areas protection

ICAR 19

10 CFU

Total CFU - I year

 

60 CFU

 

 

II YEAR TEACHINGS

 

Teaching

SSD

CFU

History of sacred architecture 2

ICAR 18

10 CFU

Theory and history of architectural restoration

ICAR 19

10 CFU

Fundamentals of sacred art preservation

ICAR 19

6 CFU

Museology and Museography

L-ART/ 04

10 CFU

Economic Aspects of the Management of Ecclesiastical Property 

SECS-P/08

6 CFU

Iconography and History of Sacred Art

L-ART/ 02

12 CFU

Final Dissertation

6 CFU

Total CFU – II year

 

60CFU

 

Grand Total CFU

 

120 CFU

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