The Master's Degree Course in IngIntelligent systems engineering (first activation) responds to the growing demand in the world of work for new professional figures such as the Data Architect, the Data Engineer, the Data Analyst, the Data Scientist, with particular attention to systems in which data plays a crucial role in offering innovative features. In fact, from the investigations conducted (Observatory of digital skills, 2019), the need for companies to have graduates in technical-scientific disciplines who know how to govern the digital transformation of industrial processes and in general of the interaction processes between people and IT systems emerges unequivocally. or computerizable.

For this purpose, IT skills are required together with those relevant to production and services. The training activities included in the Course concern statistics, mathematical optimization, artificial intelligence, BigData analysis, distributed system architectures including enabling factors such as cloud, 5G technologies and the use of sensors for data acquisition through the measurement of physical parameters of interest. Also part of the path are activities that concern the impact that innovation and digital transformation have on business models and company processes, as well as in-depth analysis on specific areas of application such as sensors, robotics, bioingengineering, industrial plants, energy systems.

The graduates

At the end of the journey, the ingengineers of intelligent systems will be able to model, design, analyze and manage - also with a view to optimizing processes - systems in which technological variables, both software and hardware, interact in a complex way with economic ones, organizational and social. Graduates will be able to analyze data of various kinds, even in large quantities (BigData), to extract useful information for strategic planning and the identification of new business opportunities and the development of solutions for people's quality of life. They will also be able to translate the needs analysis into requirements to be satisfied through the creation of services or processes characterized by digital technologies. They will be professionals in step with contemporary complexity, in industry and healthcare 4.0 as well as in digital service companies.

Study plan

1st year - 

Programming, Optimization and statistical models and methods, Modeling and Control of Networks and Event Systems, Architectures of distributed systems, Machine learning, Innovation and Digital Transformation, Human Factor in Digital Transformation, Ingreading.

2st year - 

Group A (characterizing scope) Smart systems, Deep learning for BigData, Computer vision.

Group B Project management and digital mindset

Group C Smart sensing and measurements, Electronics and interfaces for industrial applications, Wearable Mechatronic Systems for the Analysis of Human Behavior, Cyber-physical robotics.

* The study plan must be completed by choosing 3 courses respecting the following constraints:

• from 1 to 3 ingegnaments in group A

• from 0 to 1 courses in group B

• from 0 to 2 courses in group C and choosing a further free-choice course in groups A, B and C.

The training course is completed by a thesis/traineeship of 24 credits.


REQUIREMENTS defined annually in the call for applications.

Educational objectives

The Master aims to transmit knowledge and acquire strategies and skills to allow nurses to develop a high degree of mastery of professional action:

At an individual and family level, through direct and indirect interventions that target the person, their family and the people they refer to, to encourage the promotion and maintenance of health through the strengthening of their decision-making autonomy, thanks to a capable healthcare offering not only to guarantee appropriate services, but also to anticipate the reading of still unexpressed needs, with the final objective of accompanying citizens in their path of managing the health and life process, bringing to light the potential of self-careingoils and families

At the community level, within a network of formal and informal relationships and connections. The Primary Care Nurse interacts with all the resources present in the community in the form of voluntary work, associations, parishes, neighbourhoods, families available to help citizens who are temporarily in a situation of fragility and contributes to supporting the welfare network of community. The Primary Care Nurse is not only a provider of "care", but an activator of potential "care", which persist latently in the community and which, brought to light, release a series of cognitive, affective, emotional goods and solidarity ties which become part of the management itself. The Primary Care Nurse carries out transversal activities for the implementation of integration with the aim of promoting the activation and integration between the various health and social operators and the possible formal and informal resources present in the area useful for solving problems relating to health needs

Recipients and access requirements

The Master is intended for nursing staff (class L/SNT01 or LM/SNT01) in possession of a five-year high school diploma and at least one of the following qualifications:

  • Degree in Nursing obtained pursuant to DM 509/99 and subsequent amendments. mm.
  • Three-year university qualification for the profession of nurse according to the regulations prior to DM509/99.
  • Diplomas obtained by members of the nursing profession on the basis of paragraph 10 Article 1 of Law 1/2002.
  • Equivalent qualification obtained abroad and accompanied by dichiaravalue tion.

Didactic structure and thematic areas

The Master is structured in 5 thematic areas that provide integrated forms of theoretical activities and individual learning and field experiences: 



Primary Care Nursing I (Clinic)

  • Preventive Nursing I
  • Frailty Nursing
  • Nursing in Medicine
Primary Care Nursing II (Education)

  • Preventive Nursing II
  • Health, sanitary and therapeutic education
  • Adult education
Primary Care Nursing III (Organization)

  • Organization of health and social work
  • Telemedicine
  • Interprofessionality
  • Communication and continuity of care
Primary Care Nursing IV (Report)

  • The therapeutic relationship
  • The empowerment of the patient and the family

 Appropriate agreements will be entered into with health facilities in Rome for carrying out the internship.

Attendance fee

The Master requires a participation fee of € 2.300,00.

The participation fee can be paid in a single solution by 23 September 2022 or in 2 installments of € 1.150,00 as follows:

  • the first installment to be paid by 23 September 2022;
  • the second installment to be paid by 30 September 2023.

In no case will the fees be refunded.

Discounted rates are provided for UCBM Academy Ambassadors.

Method of admission

The application for admission to the Master must be submitted by 12 September 2022 using the online procedure available on the page dedicated to the Master at the internet address: which requires the insertion of:

  • personal data
  • resume
  • dichiarasubstitutive certification
  • payment of the €50 fee

The motivational interviews will take place atUniversità Campus Bio-Medico di Roma on September 15, 2022.

Having read the admission, enrollment in the Master must be made by 23 September 2022.

All payments, including the one relating to the admission application, must be made to the bank current account held in the name of:

Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma

IBAN: IT32Q0306905020100000077054

Specify the reason for each payment (Name and Surname - Master in Nursing in primary care).