|3||Master||Architecture and Urbanism||4 ects|
|Learning Period:||Language of Instruction:||Total Hours:|
|Learning Outcomes of the Curricular Unit:|
|To understand the essential principles and aims to a sustainable territorial development. |
Identifying the agents and instruments of the housing policies, as well as analysing the role that they play.
Knowing the causes and consequences of the main urban problems of the actuality, specially through the definition of urban degradation typologies.
To describe the main strategies of planning and the space transformation/requalification, particularly the urban regeneration of historical centers and waterfronts, and the European Union support programs to these interventions.
|Territorial planning: Territorial planning politics, Demography and population projections, Infrastructure and equipment planning, National politics in soil management: The territorial plans, The local planning. Urban development and growth: Theory of the city life cycle, Crisis and reconstruction of the economic system, Globalization and competitiveness, Urban regeneration.|
|Demonstration of the Syllabus Coherence with the Curricular Unit's Objectives:|
|The syllabus presented cover the essential areas of knowledge and consistent to achieve the objectives set out in, as the topics included in the program such as planning, policy and national land management process growth and urban development, encompassing the main aspects of the study, which enables the student to produce a territorial diagnosis involving its main components, as well as finding a set of measures, strategies and policies to improve the quality of a given territory.|
|Teaching Methodologies (Including Evaluation):|
|The UC is taught with lectures from exposure of the material listed, with the use of elements of observation and / or supporting experimental – theoretical and practical lessons dedicated to solving specific situations.|
The evaluation process will include a periodic evaluation based on the following elements:
A. Assessment test, consisting of a theoretical part and a part of theory and practice.
B. Classification obtained through the arithmetic mean of several papers.
C. Participation in classroom theory and practice. Participation in classroom student understands not only your interest and participation in class, but also their participation and performance in lecture-discussion of topics proposed by teachers, members of matters of discipline, and prepared by students independently.
The final grade the student is calculated by the equation:
Final grade = 0,35*(A) + 0,35*(A) + 0,2*(B) + 0,1*(C)
|Demonstration of the Coherence between the Teaching Methodologies and the Learning Outcomes:|
|The proposed methodologies are consistent with the objectives set for the course because of the study support the development-oriented, seeking to establish a parallelism between the theory and practice applied to real problems that enable students to apply the tools necessary to perform work consultancy in the area of planning and planning and management of land and their uses.|
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COSTA LOBO, M. et al. - Normas Urbanísticas: Princípios e conceitos fundamentais. Vol. 1, DGOT, UNL, Lisboa, 1990.
Lei n.º 31/2014, de 30 de Maio, Lei de Bases Gerais da Política Pública de Solos, de Ordenamento do Território e de Urbanismo.
Decreto-Lei n.º 80/2015, de 14 de Maio, Regime Jurídico dos Instrumentos de Gestão Territorial.
Lei nº 58/2007 de 4 de Setembro, Programa Nacional da Política de Ordenamento do Território.
MARQUES, T. SÁ - Portugal na Transição do Século: Retratos e Dinâmicas Territoriais, Edições Afrontamento, 2004.