Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
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Chemical Engineering (2013)

Type A Code Competences Specific
  A1.1 Effectively apply knowledge of basic, scientific and technological materials pertaining to engineering.
  A1.2 Design, execute and analyze experiments related to engineering.
  A1.3 Be able to analyze and synthesize the continuous progress of products, processes, systems and services, whilst applying criteria of safety, economic viability, quality and environmental management. (G6)
  A1.4 Know how to establish and develop mathematical models by using the appropriate software in order to provide the scientific and technological basis for the design of new products, processes, systems and services and for the optimization of existing ones. (G5)
  A2.1 Be able to apply the scientific method and the principles of engineering and economics to formulate and solve complex problems that arise in processes, equipment, installations and services, in which the material undergoes changes to its composition, state or energy content, these changes being characteristic of industiral chemistry and other related sectors such as pharmacology, biotechnology, materials sciences, energy, food and the environment. (G1)
  A2.2 Conceive, project, calculate and design processes, equipment, industrial installations and services in the field of chemical engineering and related industrial sectors in terms of quality, safety, economics, the rational and efficient use of natural resources and the conservation of the environment. (G2)
  A2.3 Lead and technically and economically manage projects, installations, plants, companies and technological centres in the ambit of chemical engineering and related industrial sectors. (G3)
  A3.1 Apply knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and other natural sciences by means of study, experience, practice and critical reasoning in order to establish economically viable solutions for technical problems (I1).
  A3.2 Design and optimize products, processes, systems and services for the chemical industry on the basis of various areas of chemical engineering, including processes, transport, separation operations, and chemical, nuclear, elctrochemical and biochemical reactions engineering (I2).
  A3.3 Conceptualize engineering models and apply innovative problems solving methods and appropriate IT applications to the design, simulation, optimization and control of processes and systems (I3).
  A3.4 Be able to solve unfamiliar and ill-defined problems by taking into account all possible solutions and selecting the most innovative. (I4)
  A3.5 Lead and supervise all types of installation, process, system and service in the different industrial areas related to chemical engineering (I5).
  A3.6 Design, construct and implement methods, processes and installations for the integrated management of waste, solids, liquids and gases, whilst also taking into account the impacts and risks of these products (I6).
  A4.1 Lead and organize companies and production and service systems by applying knowledge and abilities regarding industial organization, commercial strategy, planning and logistics, mercantile and labour legislation, and financial and costs accounting (P1).
  A4.2 Lead and manage the organization of work and human resources by applying criteria regarding industrial safety, quality management, occupation risk prevention, sustainability and environmental management (P2).
  A4.3 Manage research, development and technological innovation whilst ensuring the transfer of technology and taking into account property and patent rights (P3).
  A4.4 Adapt to structural changes in society caused by economic, energy or natural factors so as to be able to solve any resulting problems and to contribute technological solutions with a high commitment to sustainability (P4).
  A4.5 Lead and monitor the control of installations, processes, products, certification, auditing, verification, testing and reports (P5).
  A4.6 Knowing how to create a new business from an innovative idea
  A5.1 Carry out, present and defend (once all the curriculum credits have been obtained) an original individually produced piece of work before a university panel. The work will consist of a professional integrated Chemical Engineering project that synthesizes (TFM1)
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  B1.1 Communicate and discuss proposals and conclusions in a clear and unambiguous manner in specialized and non-specialized multilingual forums (G9).
  B1.2 Adapt to changes and be able to apply new and advanced technologies and other important developments with initiative and entrepreneurial spirit. (G10)
  B2.1 Lead and define multidisciplinary teams that are able to make technical changes and address management needs in national and international contexts. (G8)
  B2.2 Providing guidelines for defining and achieving objectives
  B3.1 Work in a team with responsibilities shared among multidisciplinary, multilingual and multicultural teams.
  B4.1 Be able to learn autonomously in order to maintain and improve the competences pertaining to chemical engineering that enable continuous professional development. (G11)
  B5.1 Carry out and lead the appropriate research, design and development of engineering solutions in new or little understood areas, whilst applying criteria of creativity, originality, innovation and technology transfer. (G4)
  B5.2 Bring together knowledge, make judgements and take decisions on the basis of incomplete or limited knowledge whilst taking into account the social and ethical responsibilities of professional practice. (G7)
  B5.3 Seeking new opportunities for creating businesses
Type C Code Competences Nuclear
  C1.1 Have an intermediate mastery of a foreign language, preferably English
  C1.2 Be advanced users of the information and communication technologies
  C1.3 Be able to manage information and knowledge
  C1.4 Be able to express themselves correctly both orally and in writing in one of the two official languages of the URV
  C2.1 Be committed to ethics and social responsibility as citizens and professionals
  C2.2 Be able to define and develop their academic and professional project