2016_17
University
Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Engineering
A A 
english 
Industrial Engineering (2013)
 Competences


Type A Code Competences Specific
  G1 The knowledge and skills to organise and direct companies.
  G2 The knowledge and skills of strategy and planning applied to different organisational structures.
  G3 Knowledge of commercial and occupational law.
  G4 Knowledge of financial accounting and costs.
  G5 Knowledge of information management systems, industrial organisation, production and logistics systems, and quality management systems.
  G6 The skills to organise work and manage human resources. Knowledge on occupational risk prevention.
  G7 Knowledge and skills in integrated project management.
  G8 The skills to manage technological research, development and innovation.
  IPCC1 The skills to design, construct and operate industrial plants.
  IPCC2 Knowledge on construction, building, installations, infrastructure and town planning in the area of Industrial Engineering.
  IPCC3 Knowledge and skills in the calculation and design of structures.
  IPCC4 The knowledge and skills to project and design electrical, fluid, lighting, air conditioning and ventilation installations, energy savings and efficiency, acoustics, communications, domotics, smart buildings and safety installations.
  IPCC5 Knowledge on methods and techniques of industrial transport and handling.
  IPCC6 The knowledge and skills to carry out verifications and controls of installations, processes and products.
  IPCC7 The knowledge and skills to carry out certifications, audits, verifications, tests and reports.
  TI1 The knowledge and skills for the analysis and design of electrical generation, transmission and distribution systems.
  TI2 The knowledge and skills to project, calculate and design integrated manufacture systems.
  TI3 Skills in the design and testing of machines.
  TI4 The ability to analyse and design chemical processes.
  TI5 The knowledge and skills for the design and analysis of thermal machinery and motors, hydraulic machinery and industrial heating and cooling installations.
  TI6 The knowledge and skills necessary to understand, analyse, harness and manage the different energy sources.
  TI7 The ability to design electronic systems and industrial instrumentation.
  TI8 The ability to design and project systems for purifying automation and advanced process control.
  TFM1 The execution, presentation and defence, having gained all of the syllabus credits, of an original exercise undertaken individually before a university panel, consisting of an integrated industrial engineering project of an industrial nature in which the skills acquired during the course are synthesised.
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  B1 Learning to learn
  B2 Resoldre problemes complexos en contextos multidisciplinaris relacionats amb el camp d'estudi.
  B3 Aplicar pensament crític, lògic i creatiu, en l'avantguarda del camp d'estudi, en un context d'investigació.
  B4 Autonomy, responsibility and initiative
  B5 Treballar en equip de forma col·laborativa i responsabilitat compartida, en clau de lideratge.
  B6 Comunicar informació, idees, problemes i solucions de manera clara i efectiva en públic o àmbit tècnic concret.
  B7 Sensibilització en temes mediambientals.
  B8 Management of complex technical or professional projects
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



Clarifications about competencies model

Some learning outcomes of the Competences Nuclear do not appear on the map of skills of this master's degree, because it's has been reached at grade level.