The architect trained in the Master of Science ARCHER has expertise in all fields of design, from interior spaces, to buildings, to the city, to the territory, with specific skills in cultural heritage. He is therefore particularly qualified to work in the fields of design, conservation, maintenance, and management of architectural, urban and territorial heritage. The Master of Science ARCHER allows its graduates to work as architects in all countries of the European Union, where cultural heritage is a very important field of employment. At the same time, the Master of Science ARCHER clears the way to several third-level training courses in the field of cultural heritage, many of which are also based in the same University of Naples Federico II, as the School of Specialization in Architectural Heritage and Landscape, the 5 master’s programs ARINT, Maris, NEAPOLI, Reparch, RISCAPE, and the PhD program.