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Urbino University’s postgraduate courses are also designed for people from the working world or who are at least launched on a professional career.

Classes of most courses are held during the weekends. This teaching formula is devised to allow also workers to attend. Most such courses are also open to unemployed persons.

Most courses are conducted in Italian.

All One Year Postgraduate Courses foresee the issuing of university credits (ECTS). Also, on completion of all courses, a parchment is issued.

You may view the list of Postgraduate Courses at Urbino University, for the current academic year, in English: titles and short description. Full details are in Italian.

Administrative Science and Innovation in Public Administration
Level Two Inter-university Masters in collaboration with University of Macerata

Conflict mediation in psycho-pedagogical, family, community, corporate, social, health and educational activities  
Level two Masters

The purpose of the Master is to provide an in-depth knowledge of the communication skills required in the field of human resources management, conflict resolution and the management of work groups in the training and professional fields.

The Master favors experiential learning, with individual and group practical exercises, aimed at acquiring specific skills and strategies in situations of organizational impasse and existential distress.

Counseling and coaching skills. experiential training and effective communication in professional and organizational contexts  
Level one Masters

The purpose of the Master is to provide an in-depth knowledge of the communication skills needed in human resources management, cooperative learning, individual and group guidance counseling in the professional field, coaching in situations of hardship and difficulty in educational and existential field.

The Master favors experiential learning, with individual and group practical exercises, aimed at acquiring specific skills and strategies in situations of organizational impasse and existential distress.

EFL and CLIL Methodology for young learners  
Level one Masters

Inglese e Didattica CLIL per bambini (ICLILBA), is a one year course program in English and CLIL teaching methodology organized by the School of Languages and Literatures at the University of Urbino ‘Carlo Bo’ in collaboration with the School of Primary Education. This course is directed toward teachers and educators that now work, or plan to work, in preschool and primary school settings and that wish to begin or continue their studies of the English language while building their knowledge in the area of foreign language teaching methodology for young learners.

The Master’s is open to students with a minimal knowledge of English (absolute beginners or at level A1 according to the European Framework of Reference), proposes activities to practice the use of basic morphosyntactic, lexical, and pragmatic aspects of English. The materials used for language development also provide a ready-to-use resource for the classroom because they analyze stories (Puck’s Stories) specifically created for this purpose. These are appropriate for the targeted age group and have been tested in the classroom by teachers belonging to the LIReMar (Lingua Inglese in Rete nella regione Marche) group.

The course involves three approaches: one which is strictly linguistic (offering explanations of basic morphosyntax while stimulating motivation to deepen the participants’ knowledge of the language though the use of  the specific tools introduced), a second which is methodological (gradually presenting language teaching theory on which approaches, methods, and techniques are based), and lastly, pragmatic (providing age-appropriate materials tailored to the needs of young pupils and in keeping with the established theoretical guidelines). In addition, since this is an online course, it promotes information technology skills relative to the use of multimedia platforms in various areas of technology and teaching practices such as online forums, synchronous and asynchronous chats, wiki activities, and Skype video conferences. Greater proficiency with these technological tools will help participants to be more independent in continuing their preparation after completion of the course.

The method is based on the dramatization of Puck’s stories (following the FORMAT method) and is in perfect harmony with the CLIL approach since educators will promote learning through an indirect teaching act targeted primarily to the implementation of the format.

Functional rehabilitation and applied posturology  
Level one Masters

The first-level annual Master, for a total of 60 CFU, is aimed at people with a Bachelor's degree at least three years who intend to acquire technical-scientific skills in the field of motor activities, integrating the new neurophysiological acquisitions on postural balance, to design and implement interventions aimed at the assessment and improvement of the athletic gesture and post-traumatic skeletal and myofascial recovery.

Law and Management of Environment and Territory  
Level two Masters

The master aims to prepare legal and technical operators able to promote the development of environmental law, encouraging the circulation of knowledge of institutional and regulatory aspects in the management of environmental issues. Knowledge is essential to legislating, deciding and operating in the environmental field, as in any other sector where the scientific and technological components are relevant. In particular, in the context of environmental legislation: a) "progressive adaptation clauses" of the legal rules are often envisaged in the light of new scientific and technological knowledges (this implies the continuous acquisition of multidisciplinary skills and teamwork); b) the principles of prevention and precaution must guide the choices and require to take into account any development of science (this involves constant professional updating); c) new information may require the adoption of additional or substitute measures that the operator must be able to propose and evaluate; d) technical legislation is almost always essential for the application of specific environmental legislation and does not constitute a demonstration appendix (this requires a constant dialogue between public administrations, technical advisors and experts); e) the legal environmental rule implies specific "direct knowledge" (therefore a specific training of the jurist, of the technical operator and of the public administrator) and "indirect knowledge" through the intervention of technical committees and organisms (consultants, experts, advisors). Taking into account the foregoing, the master aims to provide the participants with essential skills for the correct management of the environment and the territory, with particular attention to the system of integral protection and the management of protected areas.

Responsabile della Protezione dei Dati Personali: Data Protection Officer e Privacy Expert
Level Two Inter-university Masters in collaboration with University of Roma Tre

SLD (Learning Disabilities), Special Educational Needs, and Developmental and Behavioral Disorders. Teaching methods, Psychopedagogy, and Communication  
Level one Masters

The Master aims to provide tools and to form a specific sensitivity, skills and effective relational skills to activate psycho-pedagogical, educational and educational interventions to prevent discomfort and promote well-being, as well as to manage difficulties in school, educational, social, and to know and read the signs of discomfort belonging to the different developmental phases.
For each theme addressed in the training course we will aim to provide general knowledge of the processes and basic models concerning subjects with typical development and in-depth analysis of atypical situations. Among the various and varied topics that will be covered in the training course, always in the concrete perspective of a practical and operational use in educational and scholastic contexts, will be studied in detail: The processes and models of learning, memory, reading and Specific Learning Disorders (DSA); The inalienable educational needs of children and adolescents and the management of subjects with Special Educational Needs (BES); Communication and listening with the child and with the adolescent; The relationship with children and adolescents with typical development and with pupils with learning disorders; Class management; Emotional-relational development; The education of emotions and emotional intelligence; Individual differences, learning styles and teaching strategies;The contribution of mental management in teaching-learning processes; Early identification of children's difficulties and learning disabilities; Observation and planning of the path for pupils with typical development and for pupils with atypical development;The personalization, the individualization of teaching and the compilation of the Personalized Learning Plan; Writing, Disgraphy and the re-education of writing;Mathematics learning, methodologies for pupils with typical development and for pupils with DSA and BES; Teaching tools and strategies; Methodologies and Educational technologies for empowerment; Typical cognitive and communicative development and Pervasive Disorders of DPS development (Autism Spectrum Disorders, ASD) and Attention-Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD); Autism in kindergarten and primary school; Language development and language and communication disorders;Linguistics applied to the learning and teaching of linguistic disciplines and to DSA.

Special education and inclusive didactic for students with sensory disabilities  
Level one Masters

The Master's objective is to promote the culture of inclusion of people with sensory disabilities (deafness and blindness) in school settings, extracurricular and, above all, to identify and design functional educational interventions in the specific area of ​​sensory deficits.

The Master intends to enhance the training and special skills of the students who frequently meet students and people living complex situations related to acoustic and visual sensory disabilities. Particular attention will be paid to the identification of strategies, methods and educational paths suitable to realize the full inclusion of students with auditory and visual disabilities.

The master is oriented to:


• provide specific knowledge to build special skills and best practices, including the improvement of the professionalism of both specialized and curricular teachers, educators and socio-health workers;


• master and share epistemological, pedagogical, didactic, organizational, rehabilitative tools that allow the realization of a model of inclusive schools and societies capable of responding to the training needs of everyone and of each student.

Teaching Italian to Foreigners: School, University, Business  
Level one Masters

"Teaching Italian to foreigners: school, university, business" is a course that aims to train professionals specialized in teaching Italian as a second language / foreign language in Italy and abroad. The course provides theoretical-methodological skills in the glottodidactic and linguistic-cultural areas of expertise through internships and in-depth laboratories. The course also aims to offer tools for intercultural reflection, welcoming the migrant and the contrastive analysis of the different linguistic systems involved in the teaching process.


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