Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Engineering
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Computer Security Engineering and Artificial Intelligence (2016)

Type A Code Competences Specific
  A1 Integrate the fundamental technology, applications, services and systems of Computer Security and Artificial Intelligence,in a broader, multidisciplinary context.
  A2 Undertake the management of research, development and innovation projects, in companies and technological centres, oriented Computer Security and Artificial Intelligence guaranteeing safety for people and goods, the final quality of the products and their approval.
  A3 Understand and know how to apply the functioning and organisation of the Internet, the technology and protocols of new-generation networks, the models of components, intermediate software and services.
  A4 Design, develop, manage and evaluate mechanisms to certify and guarantee security in handling information and access to it in a local or distributed processing system.
  A5 Analyse the information needs considered in an environment and execute all stages of the construction process of a secure information system.
  A6 Design and evaluate measures to protect the safety and privacy of operating systems and servers, and applications and systems based on distributed computing.
  A7 Understand and apply advanced knowledge of high performance computing and numerical or computational problems related to artificial intelligence neural networks and evolutionary systems methods.
  A8 Design and develop computer systems, applications and services for the protection of privacy and information security in ubiquitous systems.
  A9 Apply computational, mathematical, statistical and artificial intelligence methods in order to model, design and develop applications, services, smart systems and knowledge-based systems.
  A10 Use and develop methodologies, methods, techniques, specific-use programmes, regulations and standards for graphic computing.
  A11 Conceptualise, design, develop and evaluate the person-computer interaction of computer products, systems, applications and services using advanced artificial intelligence techniques interaction.
  A12 Create and operate virtual environments, and create, manage and distribute multimedia content guaranteeing the protection of privacy and copyright by techniques of computer security and Artificial Intelligence.
  TFM 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 computer engineering project of an industrial nature in which the skills acquired during the course are synthesised.
  G1 Project, calculate and design products, processes and installations in the areas of Computer Security and Artificial Intelligence
  G2 Perform mathematical modelling, calculation and simulation in company technology and engineering centres, particularly in tasks of research, development and innovation in the areas of Computer Security and Artificial Intelligence
  G3 Apply the principles of the economy and management of human resources and projects, and the legislation, regulation and standardisation of computer systems. Specifically in the areas of Computer Security and Artificial Intelligence
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  CT1 Become sufficiently independent to work on research projects and scientific or technological collaborations within their thematic area.
  CT2 Forming opinions on the basis of the efficient management and use of information
  CT3 Solve complex problems critically, creatively and innovatively in multidisciplinary contexts.
  CT4 Work in multidisciplinary teams and in complex contexts.
  CT5 Communicate complex ideas effectively to all sorts of audiences
  CT6 Develop abilities to manage their professional career.
  CT7 Apply ethical principles and social responsibility as a citizen and a professional.
  CT8 Develop sufficient independence to work on research projects and scientific and technological ventures within their discipline.
Type C Code Competences Nuclear

Clarifications about competencies model

The competences model of the URV has been updated. The new model consists of the specific competences inherent to each degree, and the transversal competences, common to all degrees of the URV (which substitute the previous transversal and nuclear competences).

The current specific and transversal competences of this degree can be seen on this page. Even though the nuclear competences are also listed, these no longer apply, as they are integrated within the transversal competences.