Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
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Nanoscience, Materials and Processes: Chemical Technology at the Frontier
   Learning outcomes
Type A Code Learning outcomes
 A1.3 A1.3 Can develop the concepts and tools required to define the research, present a thesis project, and structure, write and defend a thesis.
A1.3 Can draw up a proposal, including the hypotheses and the experimental programme.
A1.3 Know which instruments and techniques to use.
A1.3 Can review the background and the bibliography relevant to the research subject.
A1.3 Can select and determine the scope of a research initiation topic as a method of integrating into a research group.
 A1.6 A1.6 Can examine, understand and discuss the experimental results obtained in the laboratory, or from databases, in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Type B Code Learning outcomes
 B1.1 B1.1 Can intervene effectively and transmit relevant information.
B1.1 Plan their communication: generate ideas, seek information, select and order information, make schemes, decide on the audience and the aims of the communication, etc.
B1.1 Prepare and deliver structured presentations, complying with the requirements.
B1.1 Draft documents with the appropriate format, content, structure, language accuracy, and register, and can illustrate concepts using the correct conventions: format, headings, footnotes, captions, etc.
B1.1 Use language that is appropriate to the situation.
B1.1 Are aware of the strategies that can be used in oral presentations (audiovisual support, eye contact, voice, gesture, timing, etc.).
 B4.2 B4.2 Ask the appropriate questions for solving doubts or open questions, and search for information with criteria.
B4.2 Select a procedure from among the possibilities suggested by the lecturer.
 B5.3 B5.3 Follow a logical method for identifying the causes of a problem.
Type C Code Learning outcomes
 C1.1 Express opinions on abstract or cultural topics in a limited fashion.
Explain and justify briefly their opinions and projects.
Understand instructions about classes or tasks assigned by the teaching staff.
Understand routine information and articles.
Understand the general meaning of texts that have non-routine information in a familiar subject area.
Write letters or take notes about foreseeable, familiar matters.
 C1.3 Locate and access information effectively and efficiently.
Critically evaluate information and its sources, and add it to their own knowledge base and system of values.
Have a full understanding of the economic, legal, social and ethical implications of accessing and using information.
Reflect on, review and evaluate the information management process.
 C2.2 Identify their training needs.
Identify their own academic and professional interests and motivations.
Define and study their curriculum bearing in mind their training needs, and their academic and pr ofessional interests and motivations
Develop resources and strategies that will ease their transition into working life.