Learning objectives

The degree course in Design and Coordination of Educational Services (class LM-50) is a second-cycle degree that enables students to acquire the complex competences to design, implement, manage, coordinate and evaluate educational interventions and services in the territory.

The curriculum is divided into two areas: pedagogy and humanities.

By means of the internship, students learn to mobilise their 'technical' skills, experience their ability to manage educational processes in partial autonomy, test their teamwork skills and hone their ability to learn from experience.
In particular, at the end of the course graduates are able to coordinate, design, deliver and evaluate interventions or services for training, guidance, care, rehabilitation or prevention of distress aimed at minors, adults, the elderly, foreigners, the differently abled, prisoners, and persons at risk of deviance.