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Higher Technical University College of Civil Engineering
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Mestrado Universitario en Enxeñaría da Auga (plan 2012)
  Physico-chemistry and quality of water
   Study programme competencies
Code Study programme competences
A1 Knowledge, understanding and capacity to apply legislation related with water engineering during professional development. Capacity to analyse the working mechanism of the economy and public and private management of water
A2 Capacity to resolve basic physical problems of water engineering and theoretic and practical Knowledge of the chemistry, physics, mechanics and technologic properties of the water
A5 Knowledge of the basic concepts about ecology applied to water engineering. Capacity to act in the respectful way and enriching way about the environment contribution to the sustainable development. Capacity to analyse the ecological quality of water. Knowledge of the basic principles of the ecology and basic understanding of the working continental water systems
A16 Knowledge of the chemical basis of water which totally condition its behaviour in nature and its uses. Understanding and knowledge of the different water regulations for quality at local, national and European level
A19 Knowledge of advanced water treatment with different conclusions: depuration, re-use, purification, elimination of nutrients and regeneration treatments
A20 Use and management of measuring equipment in the field and in the laboratory. Knowledge of the methodology of control process and the determination of design parameters for water treatment processes
A21 Knowledge of water quality control models. Capacity to analyse and propose solutions to problems in water quality control
A25 Knowledge and understanding of water in different situations: the working of ecosystems, environmental factors with the purpose of to make an inventory of medium, applying the methodology to value the impact and its use in studies and evaluations of the environmental impact.
B1 To resolve problems effectively
B2 To apply critical thinking, logic and creativity
B3 To work individually with initiative
B4 To communicate effectively in work surroundings
B5 Continuous recycling of knowledge in a general perspective in a global situation of water engineering
B6 Understanding of the need to analyse history to understand the present
B7 Facility to integrate in multidiscipline teams
B8 Capacity to organize and plan
B9 Capacity for analysis, synthesis and structure of information and ideas
C1 To understand the importance of the enterprising culture and to know the means at the reach of the enterprising people
C2 To value knowledge critically, technology and available information to resolve problems that they will face
C3 To assume as a professional and citizen the importance of learning throughout life
C4 To value the importance of the investigation, innovation and technology development in the social –economic advance and cultural in society
C5 To posses and understand knowledge that gives a base or oportunity to be original in the development and for applications of ideas, often in the context of investigation
C6 The students must be able to apply the acquired knowledge and their capacity to resolve problems in new surrandings or not well known within wider contexts (or multidiscipline) related with the study area
C7 The students must be able to integrate knowledge and to affront the complexity to formulate judgements from information that, been incomplete or limited, include reflexions about social responsabilities and ethics related to the application of the knowledge and judments
C8 The students must be able to comunicate their conclusions, knowledge and the last reasons that support them, to spezialated publics and not spezialated in a clear and unambiguous way.
C9 The student must possess the learning ability with permits them to continues to study in a manner wich will be in a great measure self directed and individual
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