2014_15
University
Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
Faculty of Oenology
A A 
english 
Oenology (2010)
 Competences


TypeA Code Competences Specific
  Common
  AC1 Correct view, understanding and knowledge of the wine world and its media environment.
  AC2 Scientific and technical knowledge of the wine making processes.
  AC3 Full capacity in sensory analysis of wines.
  AC4 Wide knowledge of the wine world-wide reality.
  Professional
  AP1 Appropriate training to join the economic management team of a cellar.
  AP2 Advice in legal, economic and financial affairs
  AP3 Capacity to manage the human resources of a company.
  AP4 Knowledge in the European and world-wide wine normative and legislations.
  AP5 Capacity to design strategic marketing.
  AP6 Capacity to manage wine exports.
  AP7 Planning, programming, direction, organization, rationalization and control of all the processes of a wine industry.
  AP8 Capacity to manage public wine-tasting for wine promotion
  Research
  AR1 Correct vision, understanding and knowledge of the wine science.
  AR2 Appropriate training to incorporate to a university department in order to pursue a PhD.
  AR3 Conception, planning, execution and direction of R+D+I projects.
  AR4 Excellence in the study and knowledge in the oenology research.
  AR5 The ability for exhaustive bibliographic searches in highly specialized oenological topics.
  AR6 Knowledge and understanding of the statistical analysis, graphic treatment of data and information management applied to the research in oenology.
  AR7 The presentation of results in a scientific way, according to the accepted standards.
  AR8 The critical evaluation of results of oenological research.
TypeB Code Competences Transversal
  Common
  BC1 Creativity. Developing ideas and original projects.
  BC2 Work in an autonomous way with initiative.
  BC3 Flexibility. Availability to adapt to changing environments.
  BC4 Capacity to solve problems in an effective way.
  BC5 Transferability. Applying knowledge and skills in new or unknown surroundings and in multidisciplinary contexts related to its specific area.
  BC6 Ability to act with a critical and responsible spirit.
  BC7 Formation on the ethical and the intellectual integrity as essential values in the professional practice.
  BC8 Professional self-esteem. Understanding the value of the own knowledge and its impact in the society/community.
  BC9 Leadership.
  BC10 Team work and team management.
  BC11 Assertiveness. Ability to communicate in a fair and without ambiguities way to expert and non-expert audiences.
  BC12 Learning to learn.
  BC13 Planning and organization.
  BC14 Promote an attitude for quality.
  BC15 Environmental sensitivity.
  BC16 Decision taking.
TypeC Code Competences Nuclear
  Common
  CC1 Command of the expression and the compression of foreign languages for the professional development derived from the postgraduate course.
  CC2 Use of specific tools of Information and Knowledge Technologies for the professional development derived from the postgraduate course.
  CC3 Development of a global prospect of the world in the specific area of the postgraduate.
  CC4 Development of informational skills.
  CC5 Development of processes of jobincorporation (working for others and/or enterprising.
  CC6
  CC7 Having commitment with ethics and social responsibility as a citizen and a professional (Citizenship).
  CC8 Defining and developing an academic and professional project arisen at the university (Career guidance)