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Specialization in Health Infrastructure Planning
Specialization in Health Infrastructure Planning
Accredited by the CONEAU Res. N°415/15. Degree: Especialista en Especialización en Planificación en Infraestructura en Salud Based on its interdisciplinary infrastructure, this specialization will allow an integral training for an advanced study of architecture, health sciences and engineering (bioengineering, engineering, electronic engineering and other degree courses,) providing the students with knowledge and needed tools to compound interdisciplinary teams for the Health Infrastructure Planning. Goals To provide a specifically disciplinary training, based on the interdisciplinary participation of a methodological, reflexive and integral mode. To foster the development of a professional profile specialized for a proper performance in the team composition for the Health Infrastructure Planning, Aimed at Professionals, researchers, scholars and technicians working in areas related with Health Infrastructure. People in charge of technical areas of the public administration, members of foundations and civil society and private organizations working in the health environment. Topic Blocks Health Care planning of buildings devoted to the health care. Functional Planning of buildings devoted to the health care. Technological Planning of buildings devoted to the health care + Final Paper of the specialization + 3 supplementary seminars (elective.) Class attendance Thursday & Friday: full day. Saturday: half day. One class per month during 12 months + Final Paper of the specialization (6 months.) Attendance Mode Classroom attendance: 3 forth-month periods + Production Workshop Specialization Final Paper (300 theoretical hours and 150 Practicing hours) Admission Requirements Degree title of architect, engineer, bioengineer or degree course related to the topic of university officially acknowledges. Pre-enrollment on the UM’s webpage. Information Ms.Gabriela Perelló, architect specialist E-mail. posgrado.arquitectura@um.edu.ar
Diploma in Complex Project Processes
Diploma in Complex Project Processes
Length: 8 months Attendance: organized in 3 (three) topical axis with a total class hours of 210 hours. Goals The creation of this diploma has origin in the need to deepen and upgrade methodologies, which incorporate complexity at the moment of designing, in order to acquire disciplinary knowledge within the specific project. These methodologies are aimed at revitalizing the research profile from the problem construction to the final proposal. From the theoretical approach, the proposal aims to review, update and feedback the central architectural problems and their relation with the city and the environment, increasing the architectural knowledge level. From the methodological approach, the purpose is to establish links between the project research and other disciplinary fields, such as philosophy, anthropology, technology and the environment among others, which all of them are necessary for the renewal and critical review of professional performance. From the projective technique approach, the goal is to transmit, review, incorporate and generate new ways of professional addressing, including complex processes of project research. Teaching Staff Academic Head: Julio Miranda, architect Coordinator: Julio Miranda, atchitect • PhD Graciela Silvestri, architect • Francisco Moskovits, architect • Daniel Gelardi, architect specialized • PhD Jorge Sarquis, architect • PhD Alejandra Sella, architect • Roberto Lombardi, architect • Claudio Ferrari, architect General Curriculum • Axis 1: Project and Technique. o Theory of Project Strategies and Techniques. o Technique and Project o Technique and Project Experimental Workshop. • Axis 2: Complex Programs o Theory of the Project Research. o Complex Programs Workshop • Axis 3: Urban Morphology. o Urban Preexistence and Architecture. o Comparative Urban Studies. o Urban Morphology Workshop. Aimed at The Diploma is aimed at professionals, researchers and academics, who work in areas related to architecture, urbanism, planning and landscape areas, including professionals in technical areas of public administration as well. People authorized to attend this diploma are those professionals with graduate degree in Architecture, Bachelor of Design and related disciplines issued by public or private National Universities, authorized by the National Department of Education or Foreign Universities degree complying the corresponding international equivalences and academic requirement. Advanced students of architecture, attending the last year of the degree course or working in the final project also qualify to attend this course. At the end of the course, a course certificate will be delivered. This diploma will have a quota of 25 enrolled students. Length This course has a duration of 8 (eight) months organized in 2 (two) four-month periods, with a total class hours of 210 hours. Information School of Architecture Urban Planning and Design Universidad de Mendoza E.mail. posgrado.arquitectura@um.edu.ar
Specialist in Management and Intervention of the Architectural Heritage
Specialist in Management and Intervention of the Architectural Heritage
CONEAU accredited upon resolution nº 11.399/13 session nº 415, on March 25, 2105. Degree: Especialista en Gestión e Intervención del Patrimonio Arquitectónico. The Universidad de Mendoza through the School of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design creates this advanced course of Specialization in Management and Intervention of the Architectural Heritage with the purpose of enlarging the continuing education offer. The specialization aims to train professionals capable of addressing the heritage problem in an integral way in our country and in the context of the complex reality of Latin America. The curriculum offers a double orientation MANAGEMENT AND INTERVENTION, with current approaches, critical perspectives and methodological strategies to allow the professional not only to address the heritage in a whole but also to implement sustainable projects. The graduate will be qualified to work as a team, from a multidisciplinary approach in the intervention and management projects, as well as to design institutional and social ways of participation to guarantee social and heritage welfare. Specialists will be also trained to participate in the management of the architectural heritage, developing planning strategies of sustainable projects, which are aimed at the recovery and maintenance over time of society’s assets. They may also be able to develop research tasks for the preparation of documentaries bodies, and planning strategies in the field of architecture; producing reports and documentation related to preventive conservation, maintenance, recycling and restoration of architectural heritage. Graduate Profile in Management The graduate will be able to: Integrate or lead interdisciplinary teams to develop cultural projects in the public or private area related to the architectural heritage. Participate in management task of the architectural heritage, drawing planning strategies of sustainable projects aimed at the recovery and maintenance over time of society’s assets. Understand and analyze -within the local, regional and national dimension- management processes of architectural heritage and design institutional and social ways of intervention from the tools and methodologies acquired during this specialization. Graduate Profile in Intervention The graduate will be able to: Develop research tasks for the preparation of documentaries bodies, and planning strategies in the field of architecture. Integrate interdisciplinary teams to develop projects of intervention in architectural heritage. Produce reports and documentation related to preventive conservation, maintenance, recycling and restoration of architectural heritage, based on management aspects, legal and administrative obstacles to the enhancement of a building. Perform the Technical Management in intervention works of the architectural heritage. Attendance 12 course weeks distributed every four months periods + Final Production Workshop Teaching Staff • Alfonso Ortiz Crespo • Carlos Moreno • Nestor Bozzano • Ana María Bóscolo • Olga Paterlini de Koch Alberto Nicolini • Horacio Chiavazza • Elina Tessara • Daniel Schávelzon • Bettina Kropf • Javier Ozollo • León Repetur • Eliana Bórmida • Laura Torres • Lia Lamamy Graciela Maldonado • Pedro Canepuccia • Ana María Villalobos Graciela Moretti • Lorena Manzini • Fernando Angeleri • Alberto Lucchesi • Marcela Scaramella • Luis María Calvo • Gabriela Santibañez Total Academic and administrative hours • 360 hours. • The course has three common subjects or courses to the two orientations. • Each course or subject has an integrative module for the students to articulate and make up the knowledge in a paper proposed ad hoc by the corresponding teacher. Subject or courses 1- Introduction to the Architectural Heritage Problem 2- The Architectural Heritage in Latin America 3- Development of Cultural Projects Management in Architectural Heritage Orientation 4- Criteria about Cultural Management, particularly in architectural heritage Intervention in Architectural Heritage Orientation 5- Project and Intervention in the Architecture field 6- Final Paper of the Specialization Questions Dirección de Posgrado, Facultad de Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Diseño Paseo Dr. Emilio Descotte 750 E-mail. posgrado.arquitectura@um.edu.ar
Diploma in Landscape Architecture
Diploma in Landscape Architecture
Duration: 8 months Course: Organized in 2 (two) four-month periods of 200 clock hours. Diploma Background The origin of the landscape architecture dates back to the first mankind settlements, when the human being started to shape communities and to obtain goods from nature, by means of the agriculture and pasture. Once the man settled down on definitive basis, he started to modify the surrounding, thus the landscape. As long as sizes of those settlements increased, the corresponding settings started to be created by men, involving three new disciplines: architecture, landscape architecture and urban planning. The architecture concerns with the generation of closed spaces, which are the environment volumes; the landscape architecture with the open spaces, the typography, edaphology, hydrology, climatology and vegetation of certain land, which is situated within those empty spaces; and the urban planning with the support that gives structure to the first two spaces. The design philosophy of the landscape architecture has received multiple contributions throughout three centuries: to consolidate the discipline and the professional practice; and to establish new theoretical, technological and methodological concepts that replace the formal concept and adjust themselves to the new community needs when searching the integration with the environment. Goals: General goal is to provide the attendee with theoretical and practical tools for the architecture trouble shooting and to act properly in the approach of public urban spaces, empty spaces, and land. General Curriculum Subject 1: Plant support. Module 01: Botanics and Vegetation. Module 02: Plant Handling Subject 2: Physical Support. Module 03: Soils. Module 04: Watering and Water Use. Subject 3: Theoretical Support. Module 05: Landscape History. Module 06: Landscape Representation. Subject 4: Management. Module 07: Construction Management. Module 08: Lighting. Subject 5: Project: Module 09: Landscape Architecture 1. Module 10: Landscape Architecture 2. Module 11: Landscape Architecture 3. Module 12: Workshop / Integration Job. Aimed at: Graduates of architecture, agriculture engineering or agronomy, Ba in Design and related disciplines. Last-year students of the mentioned degree courses. A certificate will be issued for the attendees. Certification At the end of the course and once the academic requirements are passed, attendees will received a certificate: “Diplomado Universitario en Arquitectura del Paisaje.” Duration: The University Diploma of Landscape Architecture has a length of 8 (eight) months organized in 2 (two) four-month periods of 200 clock hours. Start date: Friday, August 07, 2015 Information Secretary of Postgraduate - School of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design Universidad de Mendoza E-mail posgrado.arquitectura@um.edu.ar
Ba. in Real Estate Enterprises
Ba. in Real Estate Enterprises
Degree: Licenciado en Emprendimientos Inmobiliarios (Ba in Real Estate Enterprises) National Department of Education Resolution Nº 1837/13. Duration: four years. Degree Scope The graduate is authorized to: • Mediate and assist in the reducing to writing of long or short term contracts that are related to private or public real properties, which are available for this purpose and are not susceptible of any public or private auction. • Carry out appraisals in accordance to market values. • Advise and assist in the previous proceedings of the real estate trading. • Participate with other activities that are related with the real estate market. • Support and inform the parties to a contract about the need of advice or intervention from other professionals, practitioners or experts authorized to proceed in the real estate market. • Act as certified appraiser for the ordinary or federal courts. • Report criteria about social and technical affairs of the mediation. • Design, perform and control brokerage proposals for a better negotiation between parties. • Prepare and assess real estate projects. • Design economic and financial proposals of real estate enterprises. • Achieve any other activity related to the real estate brokerage. • Produce reviews of real estate management that can be required by concerning authorities or individuals or legal entities. General Curriculum 1st Year Communication 1 (Basic Social Psychology) Brokerage 1 (Employment Context) Law 1 (Legal Propaedeutic) Design 1 (Disciplinary Logistics) Foreign Language 1 (Basic English) Real Estate 1 (Building Valuation) Marketing 1 (Positioning) Valuation1 (Operational Techniques) Comprehensive Practice1 (Introduction Module) 2nd Year Communication 2 (Applied Social Psychology) Brokerage 2 (Business Management) Law 2 (Legal Logistics) Design 2 (Creative Mediation) Foreign Language 2 (Applied English) Real Estate 2 (Urban Development) Marketing 2 (Real Estates Risks) Valuation 2 (Procedural Techniques) Comprehensive Practice 1 (Instrumental Module) 3rd Year First Semester Communication 3 (Resources) Law 3 (Business) Design 3 (Statistics) Foreign Language 3 (Business English) Real Estate 3 (Economy) Marketing 3 (Real Estate Market) Valuation3 (Mathematics) Second Semester Communication 4 (IT) Law 4 (International) Design 4 (Real Estate Creativity) Foreign Language 4 (Specialized English) Real Estate 4 (Real Estate Attractions) Marketing 4 (International Business) Valuation4 (Finance) 4th Year First Semester Communication 5 (Social Ethics) Design 5 (Current Trends) Real Estate 5 (Real Estate Projects) Marketing 5 (Strategic Management) Valuation5 (Profitability Analysis) Professional Practice 1 Comprehensive Practice2 Second Semester Communication 6 (Project Presentation) Design 6 (Decisions) Real Estate 6 (Enterprising Play) Marketing 6 (Business Simulation) Valuation 6 (Environmental Impact) Professional Practice 2 (Events) Comprehensive Practice2 (Events) Professional Practice 2 Comprehensive Practice2
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