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Civil and environmental engineering

Graduates of this degree course must:

  1. have knowledge of mathematical and scientific methods, and be able to apply it to analyse and describe engineering problems;
  2. have a sound knowledge of engineering methods and their applications in either civil, environmental or territorial engineering, and be able to identify and solve problems using up-to-date methods and tools;
  3. be able to use tools and techniques to design components, systems and processes;
  4. be able to conduct experiments and analyse their results;
  5. be able to understand the impact of engineering solutions on society and the environment;
  6. understand professional and ethical responsibilities;
  7. know business culture with regards to economics, management and organisation;
  8. have a knowledge of the current issues in the field;
  9. have good interpersonal and decision-making skills;
  10. understand the importance of keeping abreast of developments in the field.

Industrial Engineering

Graduates of this degree course must:

  1. have adequate knowledge of mathematical and scientific methods and their applications so that they are able to analyse and describe engineering problems;
  2. have a sound knowledge of engineering methods and their applications in industrial engineering, and be able to identify and solve problems in the field using the most up-to-date methods and tools;
  3. be able to use tools and techniques to design components, systems and processes;
  4. be able to conduct experiments and analyse their results;
  5. be able to understand the impact of engineering solutions on society and the environment;
  6. understand professional and ethical responsibilities;
  7. know business culture with regards to economics, management and organisation;
  8. have a knowledge of current issues in the field;
  9. have good interpersonal and decision-making skills;
  10. understand the importance of keeping abreast of developments in the field.

Information engineering

Graduates of this degree course must:

  1. have adequate knowledge of mathematical and scientific methods and their applications so as to be able to analyse and describe engineering problems;
  2. have sound knowledge of engineering methods and their applications in information technology, and be able to identify and solve problems in the field using the most up-to-date methods and tools;
  3. be able to use tools and techniques to design components, systems and processes;
  4. be able to conduct experiments and analyse their results;
  5. be able to understand the impact of engineering solutions on society and the environment;
  6. understand professional and ethical responsibilities;
  7. know business culture with regards to economics, management and organisation;
  8. have a knowledge of current issues in the field;
  9. have good interpersonal and decision-making skills;
  10. understand the importance of keeping abreast of developments in the field.