Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
A A 
Energy Conversion Systems and Technologies (2019)
   Learning outcomes
Type A Code Learning outcomes
 CE5 Understand and use scientific and technical databases and sources of information from the University and the wider world.
Acquire the basic skills needed to write scientific articles in English.
Acquire the basic skills needed to carry out scientific and technical presentations in English
Acquire the skills need to critically analyse scientific articles.
Understand the rules governing funding competitions for national and international research projects and acquire basic skills for developing and submitting proposals to these competitions.
Understand the safety measures governing research work in laboratories and pilot plants.
Type B Code Learning outcomes
 CT1 The student plans and carries out the project in an autonomous, organized and scientific fashion.
The student can produce documents that are scientific in both structure and content.
The student can present and defend their work (in front of an examination panel in the case of the Master’s thesis).
 CT2 Master the tools for managing their own identity and activities in a digital environment.
Search for and find information autonomously using criteria of importance, reliability and relevance, which is useful for creating knowledge.
Organise information with appropriate tools (online and face-to-face) so that it can be updated, retrieved and processed for re-use in future projects.
Produce information with tools and formats appropriate to the communicative situation and with complete honesty.
Use IT to share and exchange the results of academic and scientific projects in interdisciplinary contexts that seek knowledge transfer.
 CT5 Produce quality texts that have no grammatical or spelling errors, are properly structured and make appropriate and consistent use of formal and bibliographic conventions.
Draw up texts that are structured, clear, cohesive, rich and of the appropriate length, and which can transmit complex ideas.
Draw up texts that are appropriate to the communicative situation, consistent and persuasive.
Use the techniques of non-verbal communication and the expressive resources of the voice to make a good oral presentation.
Construct a discourse that is structured, clear, cohesive, rich and of the appropriate length, and which can transmit complex ideas.
Produce a persuasive, consistent and precise discourse that can explain complex ideas and effectively interact with the audience.
 CT6 Raise their professional self-awareness.
Develop a professional attitude.
Analyse the professional environment of their speciality.
Design specific professional tracks.
 CT7 Be aware of gender and other inequalities in their student and/or professional activity.
Analyse the major environmental problems from the perspective of their field of expertise in their student and/or professional activity.
Be able to give arguments based on social values and make proposals for the improvement of the community.
Be personally and professionally committed to applying the ethical and deontological concepts of their field of expertise.
Type C Code Learning outcomes