Second-cycle degree courses

Second-cycle degree course
Open access with verification of requirements
course in english
class LM-33

The second-cycle degree course in Advanced Automotive Engineering is an international inter-university course with its administrative hub at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. It is run jointly by the Universities of Bologna, Ferrara and Parma and is supported by the most prestigious companies operating in the automotive sector in the Emilia-Romagna region.

The course’s objective is to provide knowledge and skills in the design of high-performance and competition motor and motorcycles vehicles. The main features of the course are:

- lecturers are chosen amongst university professors and Italian and foreign professional experts, to guarantee the highest quality of teaching; they are selected by an inter-university Coordination Committee, open for participation to the partner companies.

- students are admitted to the degree course following an accurate assessment of their merits and a technical and motivational interview, then are assigned to one of the six curricula that make up the course, based on their ranking and declared interests.

- a joint first semester for all students, held at the "Enzo Ferrari" Department of Engineering of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, aimed at providing basic skills.

- six curricula (max. 25 places each): Advanced Powertrain- Modena (Modena hub) Advanced Powertrain - Bologna (Bologna hub from the second semester) High Performance Car Design (Modena hub), Racing Car Design (Parma hub from the second year), Advanced Motorcycle Engineering (Bologna hub) Advanced Sportscar Manufacturing (Bologna hub).

- the courses are taught entirely in English and include both a theoretical and a laboratory part, held at the universities and at industrial partners’ laboratories, to develop high-level professional skills according to a "Learning by Doing" logic.

- mandatory internships and activities aimed at writing the dissertation in 'Project Working' mode, taking place within the most important firms in the automotive sector and at universities’ research laboratories

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Second-cycle degree course
Open access with verification of requirements
course in italian and english
class LM-4

The two-year course has a strong design focus on environmental, social and economic sustainability in the disciplines of architectural design, urban, spatial and landscape planning and architectural restoration. To emphasise its vocation for internationality, the course has promoted several educational and scientific cooperation agreements with foreign universities and is also fully offered in English.

Quai Branly, Parigi
Second-cycle degree course
Open access with verification of requirements
course in italian
class LM-23

The Second-Cycle Degree Course in Civil Engineering enables the acquisition of professional knowledge and skills relating to the design, realisation, management and control of civil works. The course is divided into curricula that specialise in the fields of construction, hydraulics, transport infrastructure and structures. Employment prospects lie mainly in freelance work, engineering companies, construction companies, companies and public bodies with responsibility for design, planning and control of urban and territorial systems.

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Second-cycle degree course
Open access with verification of requirements
course in english
class LM-27

The Master of Science in Communication Engineering (MSCE) is a two-year course in Telecommunications, offered in English, within the broad field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). It provides a sound knowledge and methodology in the ICT area, whose impressive technological innovations are likely to continue for many years to come. The MSCE is designed for candidates from different academic backgrounds within the ICT area. The main goal is to provide a solid background and advanced insights into statistical signal processing for communications and networking.

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Second-cycle degree course
Open access with verification of requirements
course in italian
class LM-32

The degree course in Computer Engineering, with curricula in Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and Information Technologies and Systems, guarantees a level of qualification and preparation that is appreciated by companies.

Teaching combines theory and practice, with tutorial sessions in the information technology and automation research laboratories of the Department of Engineering and Architecture and the possibility of conducting research dissertations in collaboration with leading companies operating in these sectors.

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Second-cycle degree course
Open access with verification of requirements
course in english
class LM-28

The second-cycle degree course in Electric Vehicle Engineering is established within the LM-28 class in Electrical Engineering; it is strongly oriented towards the training of a professional profile with expertise in the development and integration of the main electrical components that make up motor and motorcycle vehicles, with specific reference to the premium-end and motorsport markets, and towards the development and management of the related technological and production processes. It is an inter-university course defined by the offer of courses taught entirely in English, with a significant focus on the provision of both theoretical content and laboratory time (at the universities and at industrial partners’ laboratories), according to a "Learning by Doing" methodology. The course also provides internships to be held at the industrial partners’ facilities and entails performing dissertation activities in "Project Working" mode at the research laboratories of the universities and partner companies. These features make the proposed pathway highly innovative and clearly different from the existing course catalogue.

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Second-cycle degree course
Open access with verification of requirements
course in italian
class LM-29

The course, with a strong experimental content, trains highly specialised graduates in the various fields of electronics, with a solid methodological basis in the entire field of ICT. 

Graduates are able to embrace and promote technological innovation in the design and production of electronic circuits, sensors and systems, in process automation and throughout the manufacturing industry, from automotive to biomedical, in energy production and distribution, and in public administration and services. 

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Second-cycle degree course
Admission test
course in english
class LM-29

The Inter-University Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering for Intelligent Vehicles (EEIV) of the Motorvehicle University of Emilia Romagna (MUNER) is aimed at training engineers who will drive the application of ICT technologies to new-generation vehicles.

The course, entirely taught in English and designed in synergy with the industrial partners of the MUNER consortium, offers the choice between two curricula: Electronic and Communication Systems and Autonomous Driving Engineering.

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Second-cycle degree course
Open access with verification of requirements
course in italian
class LM-35

Double degree with New Jersey Institute of Technology - USA

Growing issues related to environmental and land protection and management require interdisciplinary and transversal skills. The environmental engineer is familiar with problems related to sustainability, the consumption of natural resources, and the relationship between human actions and the environment. He/she carries out design and construction activities for the mitigation of anthropogenic impacts on the environment, prevention and protection of the territory from natural phenomena.

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