Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Engineering
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Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering (2010)

Type A Code Competences Specific
  A1 Have the ability to draw up, sign and develop projects in the field of industrial engineering, specialising in electricity, with the aim of constructing, refurbishing, repairing, preserving, demolishing, manufacturing, installing, assembling or using: structures, mechanical equipment, energy installations, electrical and electronic installations, industrial installations and plants and manufacture and automation processes.
  A2 Have knowledge of taking measurements, calculations, evaluations, valuations, surveys, studies, reports, work plans and other similar studies.
  A3 Have the knowledge, understanding and ability to apply the necessary legislation when working in the profession of industrial technical engineer, specialising in electricity.
  A4 Have the ability to calculate and design lighting installations.
  A5 Know the principles of industrial maintenance.
  FB1 Have the ability to solve mathematical problems that may arise in engineering. Have the ability to apply knowledge on: linear algebra; geometry, differential geometry, differential and integrated calculation, differential equations and partial derivatives, numerical methods, numerical algorithmics, statistics and optimisation.
  FB2 Understand and have good command of the basic concepts of the general laws of mechanics, thermodynamics, fields and waves and electromagnetism and their application to solve problems inherent in engineering.
  FB3 Have basic knowledge on the use and programming of computers, operating systems, databases and IT programmes of application in engineering.
  FB4 Have the ability to understand and apply the principles of basic knowledge of general chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry and their applications in engineering.
  FB5 Have abilities in spatial vision and knowledge of the techniques of graphic representation, by both traditional methods of metric geometry and descriptive geometry, and through computer assisted design applications.
  FB6 Have appropriate knowledge of the concept of companies, and the institutional and legal framework of companies. Business management.
  RI1 Have knowledge of applied thermodynamics and heat transmission. Basic principles and application to problem solving in engineering.
  RI2 Have knowledge of the basic principles of fluid mechanics and application to problem solving in the field of engineering. Calculation of pipelines, channels and systems of fluids.
  RI3 Have knowledge of the fundamentals of the science, technology and chemistry of materials. They will understand the relationship between the microstructure, the synthesis or processing and the properties of materials.
  RI4 Have knowledge of and use the theoretical principles of electrical circuits and machines.
  RI5 Have knowledge of the fundamentals of electronics.
  RI6 Have knowledge of the fundamentals of PLCs and control methods.
  RI7 Have knowledge of the theoretical principles of machines and mechanisms.
  RI8 Have knowledge of and use the principles of material resistance.
  RI9 Have basic knowledge of production and manufacture systems.
  RI10 Have basic and applied knowledge of environmental and sustainability technology.
  RI11 Have applied knowledge of business management.
  RI12 Have the knowledge and ability to organise and manage projects. Have knowledge of the organisational structure and functions of a projects office.
  EL1 Be able to calculate and design electrical machines.
  EL2 Have knowledge on the control of machines, electrical drives and their applications.
  EL3 Be able to calculate and design low and medium voltage electrical installations.
  EL4 Be able to calculate and design high voltage electrical installations.
  EL5 Be able to calculate and design electrical lines and electrical energy transport.
  EL6 Have knowledge on electrical systems of power and their applications.
  EL7 Have applied knowledge of power electronics.
  EL8 Have knowledge of the principles of automatic regulation and the application of industrial automation.
  EL9 Be able to design electric power plants.
  EL10 Have applied knowledge of renewable energy.
  FG1 An original exercise that must be completed individually, presented and defended before a university panel. It consists of a project in the field of technology specific to industrial engineering of a professional nature in which the skills acquired during the teaching are synthesised and integrated.
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  B1 Be able to manage the activities related to projects linked to the profession of industrial technical engineer, specialising in electricity.
  B2 Have knowledge in basic and technological subjects, which gives them the ability to learn new methods and theories, and the versatility to adapt to new situations.
  B3 Be able to solve problems with initiative, make decisions, be creative, use critical reasoning and communicate and transmit knowledge, abilities and skills in the field of industrial engineering, specialising in electricity.
  B4 Be able to handle specifications, regulations and standards that must be fulfilled.
  B5 Be able to analyse and evaluate the social and environmental impact of technical solutions.
  B6 Be able to apply the principles and methods of quality.
  B7 Be able to organise and plan in the field of business, and other institutions and organisations.
  B8 Be able to work in a multilingual and multidisciplinary environment.
Type C Code Competences Nuclear
  C1 Have an intermediate mastery of a foreign language, preferably English
  C2 Be advanced users of the information and communication technologies
  C3 Be able to manage information and knowledge
  C4 Be able to express themselves correctly both orally and in writing in one of the two official languages of the URV
  C5 Be committed to ethics and social responsibility as citizens and professionals
  C6 Be able to define and develop their academic and professional project