D3a - Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Alimentari e Ambientali - Guida degli insegnamenti (Syllabus)
Basic knowledge of Economics
The didactic method is based on ppt lectures (4 ECTS) (provided in copies to the students) and laboratory experiences (2 ECTS). The course will be also available through an e-learning version using the Moodle platform. Within this platform, the course will be divided into: (i) teaching materials composed by different learning units; (ii) rural appraisal example
Knowledge. The course enables students to acquire the fundamental knowledge of rural appraisal methods necessary of professional skill.
Applying knowledge and understanding. The main aim of this course is to provide the knowledge of basic theory of rural appraisal and methods of valuation rural goods and agricultural land capital.
Cross-expertise. (i) making judgements: capability to identify the information useful in the professional side (ii) communications: capability of clearly and exhaustively communicate notions, ideas, problems and valuation solutions.
Principles of Rural Appraisal theory and Assumptions and estimation procedures (1 ECTS)
The market value of private goods in the agricultural context (1 ECTS)
Legal context (1 ECTS)
Cost accounting and concept of business plan (1 ECTS)
The evaluation methods will be investigated with the analysis of several case studies (2 ECTS)
Learning evaluation methods
Written test (70%) and Oral discussion (30%)
Learning evaluation criteria
In the written test the student will have to demonstrate: (i) problem solving concerning the rural valuation; in the oral discussion the student will have to demonstrate: (ii) knowledge basic theory and technical terminology.
The admission to oral examination includes passing to written test. To pass the oral exam, the student must to have demonstrate an overall understanding of the content using appropriate technical terminology, and to be able to deal with deductive reasoning that enable him to create links within matter, and to have a complete mastery of the subject.
Learning measurement criteria
The final mark is attributed in thirtieths between written and oral test. Successful completion of the examination will lead to grades ranging from 18 to 30 “cum laude”.
Final mark allocation criteria
The written test concerning estimation exercise of rural goods. The oral examination consists of questions concerning the subjects listed in the teaching program. Each of ones will be quantified in the range 1-30 by weighted average. The degree of 30 “cum laude” is attributed when the student demonstrates complete mastery of the subject.
Michieli I., Michieli M., 2002. Manuale di Estimo – Edagricole, Bologna
Gallerani V., Zanni G., Viaggi D., 2004. Manuale di Estimo, Mc Graw Hill, Milano.
Tuesday from 3 pm to 5 pm.