ICAR/22 (CADASTRAL SURVEYING)
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
BUILDING ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
1st semester (27/09/2021 - 21/01/2022)
82 lesson hours
WRITTEN AND ORAL TEST
Knowledge of basic mathematical tools
The course of Economics and Civil Valuation aims to present, in the First Part relating to Economics, the Principles that are the basis of Economic Theories, both with reference to Macroeconomics and in microeconomic applications aimed at market and business realities.
The basic concepts of Statistics and Financial Mathematics, functional to the operational perspective of the financial world, will then be addressed.
The Second Part, concerning the Civil Appraisal, will see the Estimation Theories, defining, with the use of the different applicable methodologies, the possible valuations of real estate, also addressing the strategic and management choices of the projects.
1. Elements of Economics: Economic Theories, Market - Supply and Demand, Production, Macroeconomics, Risk Analysis.
2. Elements of Statistics: collection, processing, representation of data.
3. Elements of Financial Mathematics: capital, interest, amount, investments.
1. Estimative logic; Estimative metric computation;
2. Estimation criteria; urban appraisal; rural appraisal;
3. Economic aspects of the evaluation;
4. Legal aspects of the evaluation.
Lessons using slides (hours per year in classroom): 82
Exercises (hours per year in classroom): 0
Practical activities (hours per year in classroom): 0
Reccomended or required readings
Supporting documents provided by the teacher
The exam consists of a written test followed, if sufficient, by an oral one.
The average of the two tests will constitute the final vote.
Sustainable development goals - Agenda 2030