UniversitÓ degli Studi di Torino                                                                                                                                                                                                  COREP TORINO


The course working language will be English. 

The Course is worth a total of 60 credits (CFU - Crediti Formativi Universitari), for a total amount of 1.500 hours, divided as follows:

572 hours of lectures, distance learning

- 928 hours of Individual Study

The academic curriculum of the Master program is divided into two phases: a distance learning and an on campus one.

Academic Schedule
Distance learning phase: November 2017 – February 2018
On campus phase: February 2018 – June 2018

The main topics are:

- The law of international protection of cultural heritage
- The economics of cultural heritage
- The politics of cultural heritage protection
- A sociological approach to the protection of cultural heritage
- Information management
- Management of cultural heritage protection

The course attendance is mandatory and in the campus phase implies full time engagement from Monday to Thursday (9.30-16.30 CET). On Friday, VIP lectures, practical exercises, exams are planned.

Credits will be obtained if all periodical exams certifying acquired competences are passed. Marks will be given on a scale of 30 (miminum to be sufficient 18/30).

To obtain the University Master Degree, a final assessment of the overall
acquired skills must be passed and a final paper must be presented.

The final assessment, which leads to the title of “Master in Cultural Property Protection in Crisis Response” will be evaluated on a 110 scale and will consist of a short presentation of the paper.