The degree programme aims to prepare graduates able to carry out scientific investigations to understand the causes of the deterioration of artistic, architectural and archaeological artefacts, to identify the methodologies to put in place and to finalise the operations to ensure their conservation.
This First Cycle Degree Programme aims to produce first cycle graduates equipped with an adequate basic knowledge of mathematics, physics and chemistry that may be able to accurately and fully use chemistry language, acquire technological skills, manage resources and processes of transformation and enhancement of raw materials and their products on a sustainable basis, as well as understand the principles governing the materials' characteristics.
You will learn the bases of the field and understand how to articulate the production of new materials and sustainability.
The programme will provide you with core competencies in mathematics and physics, and strong theoretical and experimental bases in chemistry. You will be able to build your study plan according to your interests.
Workshops will bring concepts to life and teach you how to proceed throughout the main experimental operations.
Once graduated you will have gained know-how in the fields of production, transformation, analysis and marketing of traditional and innovative materials with a sustainable sensitivity taking into account environmental protection and safety.
You will therefore be able to enter the industry, and in particular the chemical, pharmaceutical, food, biotechnology, energy and new materials' industries or to pursue your education with a Master's degree.