The School of Specialisation in Architectural and Landscape Heritage (SSBAP Unica) is a third-level course with a professional character, focusing on the restoration, protection, and knowledge of the architectural and landscape heritage. This course is aimed at providing a solid theoretical, methodological, and scientific background, through which specialists will have the skills to design projects and direct their execution.
During the two-year course of study, 120 university credits (CFU) are obtained. Once these have been achieved, the School releases the Specialisation Diploma. The title of Specialist in Architectural Heritage and Landscape is nationally recognised for participation in calls for applications by the Superintendency and the Ministry of Culture, as well as in tenders for heritage restoration.