Magister a studio praedii praeformandi

voltape

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I have a diploma from the University of Puerto Rico - the degree conferred is Magister a studio praedii praeformandi - how could I translate it? - in papers related to it, it says Master of Planning - or Urban and Regional Planning or Master of Studies of the Formation of Persons - Yet praedium is a estate and praeformandi is to predispose. Any help? Thank you
 
  • Scholiast

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    Greetings

    Yes, praedium is indeed an 'estate', in the sense of real estate, i.e. property—that is, land and buildings. With praeformandi (literally, 'Forming in advance') can well be understood as 'Planning' or 'Planning Studies'.

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