1. Creating land uses.
2. Evolution of land uses.
3. General plans of municipal organization.
4. Environmental regulations.
5. Land qualities: agrological capacity, altitude, slope.
6. Zoning proposals.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Reasoning and argumentation through effective communication and teamwork.
- Make decisions in complex and uncertain environments from obtained and analyzed information.
- Explain ideas, information, problems, and solutions effectively and professionally.
- Express ideas and concepts orally, in writing, and graphically in the appropriate manner depending upon the target audience.
- Be able to work effectively as a team member or autonomously.
- Be able to motivate, and demonstrate and take initiative.
- Be able to negotiate and reach agreements.
- Be capable of learning independently.
- Be able to analyze one's own strengths and weaknesses and make decisions to fortify the former and correct the latter.
- Formulate and develop strategies to improve personal and professional growth.
- Use information and communications technologies expertly.
- Be able to conduct studies, research, and analysis independently and on behalf of others.
- Search for, compile, and present information sources in an understandable and elaborate manner.
- Synthesize and evaluate information from multiple sources in order to obtain a coherent understanding of theories and practices.
- Develop and use problem-solving techniques.
- Manage resources and capabilities effectively and efficiently.
- Possess thorough knowledge about the nature, theory, and practice of geographic information systems and expert topography.
- Understand the professional applications of the expertise and counseling in the field of cadastre and land management.
- Understand the relationships between the elements of the valuation and other disciplines related to territory and rural and natural areas.
- Understand the legal, economic, financial, sustainable, technological, and environmental aspects linked to rural and natural areas.
- Be able to expertly interpret graphic and cartographic documents.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- Using expertly legislation and land uses.
- Knowing the structure of the general plans for land use planning.
- Understand and manage the software on planning.
- Apply knowledge in legal issues on property (Property Registration, Cadastre, Notaries) and expert performances (boundaries, easements, expropriation, public domain boundaries ...).
Methodology and grading
- The final evaluation of the subject will consist of
¿ 40% Continuous evaluation
¿ 60% Final exam in person
Continuous evaluation will consist of a series of activities consisting of questionnaires and / or assignments that will be sent through the virtual teaching platform within the proposed deadlines.
For students who have obtained an average of more than 5 in continuous assessment, the final face-to-face exam will consist of an interview with the responsible teacher with discussion of the work done. The date of accomplishment of this examination can be agreed individually.
For students who have not passed the grade of 5 the final face-to-face exam will be held on official dates and calls and will consist of activities similar to those proposed during the course.