Lectures and seminars are structured in a way to provide the interdisciplinary and operative competences in order to operate in the field of Innovation, Information Systems, Communication Technologies and International Development.
The Master programme is structured along three academic paths: students will attend a group of CORE courses that will provide the basic tools for the understanding the ICT4D field; afterwards, they will attend TOOL course, which will provide supportive elements; finally, Students will follow advance courses named FOCUS.
Lectures and seminars are structured in a way that should provide the multidisciplinary knowledge and operative skills that are needed to work in the field of Innovation, Information Systems, Technologies and International Development.
Frontal lectures are articulated as follows:
- Frontal lectures: Literature review, analysis of main theories and methodologies relevant for the course – 50 %
- Laboratories: practical activities and experimentation on the themes reviewed during frontal lectures – 20%
- Team work: simulation of real life situations to undertake in groups – 30%
The teaching staff will include an international team of professionals from the Universities and the organizations partners. Professors from partner non-Italian Universities will be able to hold their lectures in the University of provenience. In this way, students will have the possibility to follow part of the academic activity in the country of origin, focusing on the local context and its specific issues.