Degree Programmes and Postgraduate education and training

Lauree Triennali e Ciclo Unico

The Single-Cycle Degree Programme in ‘Primary Teacher Education’ (LM-85 bis) started in the 2022-23 Academic Year and is a unique and significant novelty within the University of Foggia's educational offer.

The degree programme has a limited number of students and envisages an admission competition.

Lauree Magistrali

The Universities of Bari and Foggia have joined forces to train the Archaeologists of the New Millennium, by launching this new Inter-university Second-Cycle Degree Programmme. 

Specific Learning Outcomes:

The Second-Cycle Degree Programmme in Archaeology (LM-2) aims at the scientific and professional training of archaeologists as well as curators and conservators of museums and archaeological parks. These professionals will be able to work independently and with specialised skills in: archaeological field investigations, the study of relics and museum activities with reference to the Apulian regional area and to wider and more diversified territorial contexts, from prehistory to the modern and contemporary age. 

The specific learning outcomes of the degree programme include:

  • historical and cultural recognition and framing of archaeological heritage;
  • classification and cataloguing of individual categories of relics;
  • identification, documentation and interpretation of stratigraphic sequences on the ground and on buildings
  • knowledge of the various diagnostic procedures made available by modern technologies in the reading of the rural and urban territory;
  • production and management of written, graphic and photographic documents, of survey activities on the ground of both archaeological field survey and excavation;
  • management of modern information technologies, including databases produced by increasingly refined survey techniques, capable of correlating these data with digitised archaeological cartographies, and producing and managing the editing of archaeological data in the telematic network;
  • to identify and implement first intervention procedures on archaeological heritage subject to the risk of deterioration, as a prerequisite for conservation and restoration work;
  • to acquire adequate technical-scientific knowledge, including operational knowledge, on the morphological and structural features of the cultural heritage, on the features and properties of the materials composing it, on archaeometric applications, identifying effective and necessary links with the procedures related to the exact and natural sciences (geology, archaeometry, etc.);
  • to develop project ideas useful for further research but also for the management and protection (enhancement and use) of the archaeological heritage.
  • Contact: prof. Maria Luisa Marchi
  • For any further information, please visit the Bari University website.

The degree programme is supported by a framework agreement among the University of Basilicata (Department of European and Mediterranean Cultures: Architecture, Environment and Cultural Heritage), the University of Naples 'Federico II' (Department of Social Sciences), the University of Salento (Department of History, Society and Humanities) and the University of Foggia (Department of Humanities. Literature, Cultural Heritage, Educational Sciences).

Learning Outcomes

  • The degree programme is structured around three main points:
  • in-depth and critical knowledge of the methods of investigation and representation of social, cultural, and territorial dynamics from the demographic, ethnographic and anthropological, as well as geographical perspective;
  • ability to apply the acquired theoretical knowledge in practice, so as to analyse social, cultural and territorial contexts, as well as to design, implement, manage and enhance cultural initiatives through effective communication strategies. Such initiatives are aimed at creating new models of participatory social coexistence and territorial management, based on the enhancement of cultural and environmental resources;
  • ability to relate geographical and anthropological skills with knowledge necessarily linked to them.
  • For any further information, please visit the University of Basilicata website or the SAGE website
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