|L-P03 – Industrial and Information Technical Professions
|Restricted at local level, n. 50 places
|Pesaro, Via Petrarca 18
This professionalizing course aims to provide students with the skills necessary to practice their profession.
The course is structured so that, in addition to grounding, vocational subjects are introduced by the first year in order to train engineers with electrical, energy and mechanical engineering skills, with particular reference to the following areas of expertise: electrical systems and home automation systems, heat engineering, energy systems, industrial plants, energy efficiency, renewable sources.
In line with its professionalizing nature, the Course reserves a significant number of credits for laboratory activities and for carrying out the work placement within professional firms and companies.
The course strongest point is its highly career-oriented feature, which enables students to directly access the labour market.
In fact, through numerous hours dedicated to laboratory activities and to traineeship projects in professional offices and/or companies, graduate students is technically read to directly access the labour market as both, a freelancer and an employee in private and public companies. In particular, the course provides career-oriented competencies in some of the most requested professional fields as: electrical, thermotechnical and service wiring; renewable sources and energy efficiency.