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Faculty of Humanities
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Grao en Xestión Industrial da Moda
  Global Trends in Fashion: Digital Transformation and Sustainability
   Study programme competencies
Code Study programme competences
A8 To be able to design and implement efficient marketing strategies from knowledge of the social environment, with a focus on communication and distribution: messages, media, channels, customer relationships, etc…
A13 To know the impact of technology on the different processes of the textile industry
A14 To acquire a clear perspective of the role of people in organizations, and to know the human resource management tools needed to achieve maximum commitment and performance
A15 To know and to commit to the ethical perspective and values that the fashion industry and its firms must rest upon
A16 To apply sustainability criteria to decision making in the fashion firm (and generally to the fashion industry)
A17 To know how to implement Corporate Social Responsibility programs (in fashion markets)
A18 To know the plastic and visual languages in the realm of fashion industry design, in order to understand and interpret the artistic creations of fashion garments
B1 That students demonstrate that they acquired and understood knowledge in a study area that originates from general secondary education and that can be found at a level that, though usually supported by advanced textbooks, also includes aspects implying knowledge from the avantgarde of its field of study
B2 That students know how to apply their knowledge to their job or vocation in a professional form, and have the competencies that are usually demonstrated through elaboration and advocacy of arguments and problem resolution within their field of study
B3 That students have the capacity to collect and interpret relevant data (normally within their field of study) in order to issue judgements that include a reflection upon relevant topics in the social, scientific or ethical realm
B4 That students may convey information, ideas, problems and solution to the public, both specialized and not
B5 That students develop those learning skills that are needed to undertake ulterior studies with a high degree of autonomy
B6 Capacity for cooperation, team-work and collaborative learning in interdisciplinary settings
B7 Capacity to analyse trends (critical thinking)
B8 Capacity to plan, organize and manage resources and operations
B9 Capacity to analyse, diagnose and take decisions
B10 Capacity to understand the social and historical-artistic dimension of fashion design and industry, as vehicle for creativity and the quest for new and effective solutions
C2 Mastering oral and written expression in a foreign language.
C3 Using ICT in working contexts and lifelong learning.
C4 Acting as a respectful citizen according to democratic cultures and human rights and with a gender perspective.
C5 Understanding the importance of entrepreneurial culture and the useful means for enterprising people.
C6 Acquiring skills for healthy lifestyles, and healthy habits and routines.
C7 Developing the ability to work in interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary teams in order to offer proposals that can contribute to a sustainable environmental, economic, political and social development.
C8 Valuing the importance of research, innovation and technological development for the socioeconomic and cultural progress of society.
C9 Ability to manage times and resources: developing plans, prioritizing activities, identifying critical points, establishing goals and accomplishing them.
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