Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
Faculty of Oenology
A A 
Bachelor's Degree in Oenology (2014)

Type A Code Competences Specific
  A1 Apply basic knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology to oenology.
  A2 Apply basic molecular, cellular and metabolic knowledge to microorganisms and plants
  A3 Use quality criteria and knowledge of edaphology, climatology and viniculture to monitor raw material production in accordance with the regulations
  A4 Participate in programming and designing new wine-production facilities or modifying existing ones
  A5 Participate in innovation wine-producing programmes
  A6 Monitor the transformation of grapes into wine whilst taking into account the type of product desired, the national and international regulations and the hygiene regulations and by applying knowledge of oenological practices and wine treatments
  A7 Manage and lead all of the activities regarding quality control in a wine company
  A8 Manage a wine company using sustainability criteria
  A9 Find solutions to specific problems relating to wine production by analysing and interpreting results
  A10 Integrate historical, geographic, social and health aspects into the ambit of oenology and wine production
  A11 Design a marketing plan in the field of wine production
  A12 Produce different types of sparkling wines and other fermented drinks
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