Syllabus query

Academic Year/course: 2017/18

419 - Degree in Geography and Land Management

Syllabus Information

Academic Year:
28327 - Land Management: Factors and Scales (I)
Faculty / School:
103 - Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
419 - Degree in Geography and Land Management
First semester
Subject Type:

5.1. Methodological overview

The learning process that is designed for this subject is based on the following:
Sessions on the theoretical contents of the subject. The teacher present and discuss in the classroom
general and methodological aspects of the detailed contents on the agenda. These sessions take the form of
interactive exhibits, with student participation.
Practice sessions, supervised by the teacher. Its aim is that students are able to take decisions that
will allow solving problems related to land use. It is intended them to familiarize with key information sources
and the proper treatment of obtained information by applying the most common methods and techniques.
Seminars aim to promote, through discussion, reasoning ability and communication. The seminars will guide the exchange of ideas about issues that are on agendas.
Field work. It will allow students to observe "in situ" some cases of territorial disorders and
of ordered spaces. Fieldwork will help the student in the interpretation of the territory.
Tutorial. Facilitates the monitoring of the teaching-learning process and the group or individualized counseling on
development of practical work and seminars.

5.2. Learning tasks

The program offered to students will help them to achieve the expected results. It includes the following activities ...

1. Theoretical sessions: 20 hours

2. Practical sessions: 15 hours

In them the methods and techniques commonly used in regional planning will be developed


3. Seminars: 6 hours

4. Fieldwork: 9 hours

5.3. Syllabus


1. Regional and land planning.

2. Regional and land plans: legal and technical aspects.

3. Urban system in regional planning.

4. Infrastructures and relational system in regional planning.

5.4. Course planning and calendar

Theoretical and practical sessions will be held in large group and in the place and time stipulated by the Dean.

Direction of work practices, preparation of seminars and personal student guidance will be held in the teacher's office.

Field work will be determined in accordance with the degree coordination

Seminars, in small group, will take place in the last days of the semester.

5.5. Bibliography and recommended resources

  • Bielza de Ory, Vicente. Introducción a la ordenación del territorio : un enfoque geográfico / Vicente Bielza de Ory Zaragoza : Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 2008
  • De la ordenación a la planificación territorial estratégica en el ámbito regional-comarcal / Vicente Bielza de Ory ; Severino Escolano, Antonio Gorría y Paloma Ibarra . - 1ª ed. Zaragoza : Prensas Universitarias, 2010
  • Ordenación del territorio y medio ambiente / Antonio Fernández Fernández ... [et al.] . - 1ª ed. Madrid : Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, 2007
  • Teoría y práctica para una ordenación racional del territorio / Luis Galiana y Julio Vinuesa (coords.) Madrid : Síntesis, 2010
  • Gómez Delgado, Montserrat. Sistemas de información geográfica y evaluación multicriterio en la ordenación del territorio / Montserrat Gómez Delgado, José Ignacio Barredo Cano . 2ª ed. actualizada Madrid : Ra-ma, 2005
  • Gómez Orea, Domingo. Ordenación territorial / Domingo Gómez Orea Madrid : Mundi-Prensa, 2002
  • Pujadas, Romá. Ordenación y planificación territorial / Romà  Pujadas, Jaume Font Madrid : Síntesis, D.L. 1998
  • Ordenación del territorio y desarrollo territorial : El gobierno del territorio en Europa: tradiciones, contextos, culturas y nuevas visiones / Juan Romero González y Joaquín Farinós Dasí (eds.) . Gijón : Trea,D.L.2004
  • Parker, Gavin. Key concepts in planning / Gavin Parker and Joe Doak Los Angeles : SAGE, 2012