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Integrative Module


INTEGRATIVE MODULE

  1. Land Governance (is developed by Prof. Sohnych A., Dr. Lizunova A., Berova P.,)The course Land governance is divided into 2 parts. The first part of the course in the beginning of the first year (5 ESTC) includes the theoretical knowledge for policy and activity analysis of governance processes. The second part in the end of second year studies (3 ESTC) is oriented to understanding negative influence of corruption and also how to avoid social traps and grid lock economy in land management. The course will emphasize comparison of structure organization of land resource management on state, regional, municipal levels; focus on the methods of land resource management; review the management of land resources for different purposes.
  2. Surveying Systems for Land Governance (is developed by Dr. Kuryltsiv R., Stoiko N., Lunev A., Shmorgun Y.)This course provides fundamentals of surveying principles and existing measurement systems and theoretical studies in the domain of advanced surveying systems, their development and classification. It discovers advantages and disadvantages of particular surveying systems and their economic aspects. The course also compares different measurement systems for data acquisition.
  3. Land Information Systems (is developed by Prof. Sholomitski A., Dr.Kuryltsiv R., Gavrilenko D.)The course shall provide the students with applied knowledge of cadastral procedures and final storage of the results in land information systems. The procedures depend on a particular country but general principles are taken from a number of European countries. The course deeps theoretical and practical studies in modelling, creation and use of land information systems; basic technologies in LIS (data bases, GIS, network/Internet); processes of data acquisition and processing. . Function and services of the information systems are provided, especially the role in the market oriented economies.
  4. Theory of Science and Research Methodology (is developed by PopovA., Krenida Y., Petrushin O., Verveyko A.)The course is oriented to prepares students for performing an independent research. It offers a guideline for proceeding of the scientific work, which generally can be divided into three phases: preliminary stage, writing and post writing stages. The essential elements of a scientific method are to be presented and discussed.
  5. Project Management (is developed by Prof, Mogilny S., Prof. Lozoviy O., Dr.Motylova O.)This course gives the students unique and specific set of methods and instruments for achieving scheduled and planned projects in time and within the budget limit. The course highlights the general and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms and techniques of negotiation that help interested parties to reach a certain agreement.
  6. Urban infrastructure (is developed by Prof. Petrakovska O.)The course provides an introduction to environmental and economy aspects of the planning and management of urban infrastructure, dealing with different types of infrastructure systems, such as energy supply, water supply, sewerage and waste disposal, heating, transportation and telecommunications. Also the course explain how infrastructure influence on land use and decision making.
  7. Settlement Development (is developed by Dr. TyshkovetsV., Dr. Kuryltsiv R., Stoiko N.)The course covers issues of planning, formation and management of the agricultural land as well as the policies for agriculture, forests, water use and rural development. Land consolidation, road infrastructure and irrigation systems are also to be studied in this course as well as acquires knowledge in basic organizational, economical, social and legal aspects and specific of settlement development under the conditions of the economy in transition to form its sustainable development for perspective.
  8. Compulsory purchase and Land acquisition for urban areas (is developed by Dr. Lizunova A., Dr. Popov A.)The course provides knowledge about legislation of Ukraine on questions of compulsory purchase of land, knowledge on procedure of compulsory purchase of urban land, valuation and compensation of urban land acquisition under different economy and planning conditions. Helps students learn and understand norms and regulations needed for compulsory purchase of urban land. Also comparative analysis of European experience on questions of urban land compulsory purchase is presented.
  9. Compulsory purchase and Land acquisition for rural areas (is developed by Dr. Popov A.)The course provides knowledge about legislation of Ukraine on questions of compulsory purchase of land, knowledge on procedure of compulsory purchase of rural urban land, valuation and compensation of rural land acquisition under different economy and planning conditions. Helps students learn and understand norms and regulations needed for compulsory purchase of rural land. Also comparative analysis of European experience on questions of rural land compulsory purchase is presented.
  10. Sustainable urban land development (is developed by Prof.
    Petrakovska O.)The course covers issues of planning, formation and management of the urban land, different methods of development and gives overview of the main principles of Sustainable development through the world. Concept totally and highlights key points of the indicators of Sustainable urban land development. Also this discipline deals with responsibilities and functions of the different levels of government on Sustainable urban land development (including informal settlements, land privatization, as well as obtaining property rights in the process of urban land development).
  11. Sustainable rural land development (is developed by Prof. Lozoviy O., Dr. Timoshevsij V.)The course covers issues of planning, formation and management of the agricultural land as well as the policies for agriculture, forests, water use and rural development. Students are familiar with development theory as well as sustainable development policy and are acquainted with the basic principles and current trends in Sustainable rural land development.
  12. Land and Real Estate Development (is developed by Prof.Petrakovska O.)The course is oriented to interdisciplinary approaches. Throughout the course students develop and deepen their knowledge of property right, real estate valuation, financial services, and project management and land management as well as construction issues. After the course students is be able to assume professional roles in the built environment and land development sectors.
  13. Land Consolidation ((is developed by Prof. Lozoviy O., Dr.Tymoshevskiy V., Stoiko N.)The course covers issues of planning, formation and management of the agricultural land as well as the policies for agriculture, forests, water use and rural development. Aim course to study theoretical bases, scientific and methodical positions of land consolidation and to get practical skills on the developing of land consolidation projects