2015_16
University
Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
A A 
english 
Nanoscience, Materials and Processes: Chemical Technology at the Frontier
 Subjects
  INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY
   Learning outcomes
Type A Code Learning outcomes
 A1.1 A1.1 Are familiar with the theories, models and software specific to computational chemistry.
 A1.3 A1.3 Are capable of using computational chemistry techniques in chemical research.
 A1.4 A1.4 Can critically assess information and incorporate it into their own knowledge.
 A1.6 A1.6 Can interpret the results obtained from the application of computational chemistry software to specific applications.
 A2.2 A2.2 Are open to the new technologies and multidisciplinary work.
A2.2 Can interpret the basic literature and applications in computational chemistry.
Type B Code Learning outcomes
 B4.1 B4.1 Autonomously adopt the appropriate learning strategies in every situation.
B4.1 Set their own learning objectives.
 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.