Obtained the verification of the curriculum by the Council of universities, as well as the authorization of the autonomous community of Andalusia, and established the official nature of the title by agreement of the Council of Ministers of 1 July 2011 (published in the «Official Gazette» from August 4, 2011 by resolution of the General Secretariat of universities of 11 July 2011) This Rectorate resolved to publish the curriculum leading to the degree of Master in the geographical analysis in the planning, geographic information technology by the universities of Granada and Malaga, which will be structured as shown in the annex to this resolution.
Granada, 5 in March of 2012.-the Rector, Francisco González Lodeiro.
ANNEX table 1: Summary of materials and distribution of ECTS credits of the Master in the geographical analysis in the planning. Technologies of the type geographic information of commodity credits ECTS obligatory 28.5 optional 24.5 practical external 0.0 60.0 7.0 Master thesis table 2: modules and subjects of the Master in the geographical analysis in the planning. Technologies of the information geographic module materials subjects ECTS character module I. development territorial and analysis for it management sustainable of the territory.
Theories and strategies of the Territorial Development and spatial planning models.
Theories, strategies and models of the development territorial.
Regional spatial planning policies.
Governance, cohesion and reorganization of the territory in Europe and Spain.
Analysis to the sustainable management of the territory.
The perspective of the relationship of middleman in place: the territorial resources.
The social perspective: population and planning.
Planning of infrastructure and management of the territory.
Structure and joint territorial. Genesis, diagnosis and prescription of territorial imbalances.
Module II: Technologies of geographic information (TIG).
GIS and remote sensing in the management of the territory.
TIG and planning of services and facilities.
TIG for modelling the spatio-temporal dynamics of landscape.
The TIG is applied to the dynamics of urban land use.
Evaluation of the capacity of the territory with TIG.
Module III: The physical environment planning.
Environment, landscape and territory.
Environment as a factor of opportunities, risks and impacts to the management of the territory.
Units of diagnosis for the evaluation of land with criteria geomorphological.
The landscape in the planning of the territory: evaluation and management of resources landscape.
Territory and landscape.
The risks in the planning territorial.
Territorial pattern and production risks and impacts.
Risk perception in regional planning documents.
Module IV: The population planning.
The population in planning.
Social differentiation of urban space.
Urban social microanalysis.
Immigration and systems production.
Techniques of analysis socio-demographic.
Socio-demographic analysis methods.
Techniques and sociodemographic analysis problems.
Module V: territory and productive activities.
Territory and productive activities.
New features, new policies in the rural world.
Local development in rural areas.
Cultural factors in development.
The city as a factor of development.
Innovation and regional development.
Territorial development and industrialization.
Services and territory.
Tourism, development and planning.
Planning strategic of the tourism.
Module VI: practical external and working end of Master / research.
Work end of Master.
Work end of Master.