Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
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Technology and Engineering Management (2017)

Type A Code Competences Specific
  A1.1 Apply knowledge of business managment to technology companies and their functional areas while taking into account the multidiscplinary and ill-defined nature of the process of scientific and technical innovation.
  A1.2 Recognise the logistical complexity of technology companies, apply advanced techniques for managing the supply chain and develop new techniques in response to the challenges of technological change and ill-defined environments.
  A1.3 Analyse the financial situation of technology companies, including the national and international tax environment, whilst taking into account their multidisciplinary and changing nature in a context of technological innovation.
  A1.4 Apply advanced methods of theoretical and empirical analysis to company decision-taking.
  A1.5 Analyse the complexity of the micro- and macroeconomic and legal environment of technology and innovation companies in a changing and ill-defined context.
  A2.1 Design strategies for exploiting innovation.
  A2.2 Design and implement a human resources strategy that includes the management of human capital with social responsibility in the multidisciplinary ambit of a technological and industrial company.
  A2.3 Design formulas for financing and exploiting innovation on the international financial markets.
  A2.4 Design a marketing and communications strategy for technology companies that takes into account their nature and the environmental and social implications.
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  B1.1 Manage complex information
  B1.2 Adapt to changes. Modify behaviour and working method in response to changing conditions.
  B1.3 Effectively communicate complex ideas from diverse subjects to any audience in a natural manner and in a foreign language
  B2.1 Provide peupose and direction. Influence and guide others in order to improve performance and achieve objectives.
  B2.2 Lead and identify multidisciplinary teams that are able to respond to technical changes and management needs in national and international contexts and ill-defined environments.
  B2.3 Create an environment that fosters individual development.
  B2.4 Integrate knowledge and cope with the complexity of making judgements and taking decisions on the basis of incomplete or limited information that include reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities of professional practice
  B3.1 Work in a team collaboratively and with responsibility shared among multidisciplinary, multi-lingual and multicultural teams in complex environments.
  B3.2 Foster interdependency and shared responsibility.
  B3.3 Resolve disputes in a constructive manner.
  B4.1 Develop the skills needed for autonomous learning in order to maintain and improve those competencies acquired during the course that enable continued development.
  B4.2 Define and implement a personal academic and professional project at the university
  B5.1 Develop sufficient autonomy to work in research projects and scientific, technological or cultural collaborations
  B5.2 Use critical, creative and innovative thinking to solve problems in multidisciplinary contexts.
  B5.3 Apply new and advanced technologies with initiative and entrepreneurial spirit.
  B6.1 AApply ethical principles and social responsibility as a citizen and as a professional
Type C Code Competences Nuclear
  C1 Have an intermediate mastery of a foreign language, preferably English
  C2 Be advanced users of the information and communication technologies
  C3 Be able to manage information and knowledge
  C4 Be able to express themselves correctly both orally and in writing in one of the two official languages of the URV
  C5 Be committed to ethics and social responsibility as citizens and professionals
  C6 Be able to define and develop their academic and professional project

Clarifications about competencies model

The competences model of the URV has been updated. The new model consists of the specific competences inherent to each degree, and the transversal competences, common to all degrees of the URV (which substitute the previous transversal and nuclear competences).

The current specific and transversal competences of this degree can be seen on this page. Even though the nuclear competences are also listed, these no longer apply, as they are integrated within the transversal competences.