Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
Faculty of Oenology
A A 
Bachelor's Degree in Biotechnology (2009)

Type A Code Competences Specific
  A1 Apply basic knowledge of mathematics and physics at the molecular biosciences
  A2 Understand and apply appropriately the basics of general chemistry and organic chemistry to molecular biosciences.
  A3 Have a good knowledge of biochemistry, enzyme kinetics and mechanisms, metabolism and its regulation.
  A4 Know and understand in an integrated manner the organisms at molecular, cellular and metabolic level.
  A5 Know the principles, the instrumentation and the applications of the main techniques of analysis and separation of biomolecules, as well as the techniques of culture of microorganisms and cells of multicellular organisms.
  A6 Know how to design and apply experimental laboratory protocols in the fields of biotechnology, especially chemical, biochemical, microbiological and molecular biology, assessing their risks and safety elements.
  A7 Be able to search, obtain, analyse and interpret information from the main biological databases: genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, metabolomics, taxonomic and other, as well as bibliographic data, and use basic bioinformatics tools.
  A8 Analyse appropriately data and experimental results from the fields of biotechnology with statistical techniques and be able to interpret it.
  A9 Know in depth the microorganisms, both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, viruses, as well as the diversity of metabolisms present in prokaryotes, and their possibilities of biotechnological use.
  A10 Know how to apply the basic knowledge of structure and function of multicellular organisms in the production of biotechnological products.
  A11 Proper application of the diversity of recombinant DNA techniques and methodologies to design cellular genetic engineering strategies for the production of homologous or heterologous proteins or cells capable of acting as biocatalysts
  A12 Identify and develop unit operations in biochemical engineering, integrating them with the biological foundations, and apply them to the design of bioreactors and separation process
  A13 Identify the possibilities of transferring biotechnology based on basic experimentation and the scaling of processes taking into account the economic parameters, rationalizing the use of matter and energy, and minimizing environmental impacts
  A14 Assess the socio-economic impact and the bioethical implications of the different biotechnological processes and assure the current legal dispositions.
  A15 Know the diversity of existing biotechnological processes and products, as well as the recent biotechnological advances, and know how to explain them and communicate them to diverse audiences.
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  CT1 Use information in a foreign language effectively.
  CT2 Managing information and knowledge through the efficient use of IT.
  CT3 Solve problems critically, creatively and innovatively in their field.
  CT4 Work autonomously and as part of a team with responsibility and initiative.
  CT5 Communicate information clearly and precisely to a variety of audiences
  CT5 Communicate information clearly and precisely to a variety of audiences
  CT6 Identify their learning process and their academic and professional careers.
  CT7 Apply ethical principles and social responsibility as a citizen and a professional.
Type C Code Competences Nuclear